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The Big Ten men's lacrosse tourney championship is set; Watch it live on BTN

All three games of the 2017 Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse Tournament in Columbus, Ohio air live on BTN TV and on BTN2Go. Maryland and Ohio State each won their semifinal matchups and will face off in the title game. The full schedule with results is below and on BTN2Go.com. Maryland clinched the outright Big Ten Championship last Saturday by beating Johns Hopkins 12-5. The top-seeded Terrapins then beat No. 4 Penn State in Thursday’s first Big Ten Tournament semifinal 8-6. Second-seeded Ohio State beat No. 3 Johns Hopkins 15-13 in the second semifinal to finalize a matchup with the Terps in

Lacrosse Report: BTN's Mark Dixon previews Big Ten men's tourney

The Big Ten Men's Lacrosse Tournament field is set and the action starts Thursday with both semifinals live on BTN TV and BTN2Go. Maryland battles Penn State at 5:30 ET followed by Rutgers vs. Hopkins at 8 p.m. BTN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon takes a closer look at both matchups.

Lacrosse Report: Tourney field shaping up in last weekend

Another great weekend of Big Ten Lacrosse is now in the books. The race to Baltimore and a spot in the Big Ten Tournament saw three teams punch their tickets to the party that starts May 5. Maryland, Rutgers and Johns Hopkins have all clinched a spot in the battle for the conference championship, but the fourth and final spot is up for grabs. There is plenty to play for as we enter the final week of regular season conference play. But let’s recap the week that was. No. 3 Maryland Terrapins (11-2, 4-0 Big Ten) The Terps took on Ohio

Lacrosse Report: All 3 men's games on BTN TV this weekend

All three men's lascrosse weekend games air live on BTN and BTN2Go. On Friday, it's Penn State at Rutgers . On Saturday's it's Johns Hopkins at Michigan. On Sunday, it's Ohio State at Maryland.

Lacrosse Report: 3 men's games on BTN & BTN2Go this weekend

BTN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon delivers his weekly look at the Big Ten men's lacrosse action ahead. All three weekend games are available to watch live on BTN platforms. On Saturday, Michigan at Ohio State airs on BTN TV and BTN2Go while Rutgers at Maryland is available live on BTN Plus. On Sunday, Johns Hopkins at Penn State airs on BTN TV and BTN2Go.

Watch our 2016 Big Ten preseason lacrosse interviews on YouTube

Heading into the 2016 Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse seasons, BTN’s Mike Wolf talked with a coach and player from each of the six men’s and women’s teams earlier this month. We’ve collected them in a handy YouTube playlist in this post. Remember: Use the menu icon in the upper left of the YouTube video player below to expand the list of available videos. Moving forward, use the Big Ten Network’s deep YouTube page at www.youtube.com/bigtennetwork, or the actual Big Ten lacrosse playlist page for more highlights and news videos. Here are links to the team schedules for the men’s teams. Johns

Maryland defeats Johns Hopkins, advances to NCAA title game

Sophomore Matt Rambo scored four goals and added two assists as Maryland advanced to the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship game with a 12-11 victory over Johns Hopkins on Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tourney bracket ] Rambo’s six total points are the most by a Maryland player in a NCAA semifinal round game in 17 years. With the victory, the Terps will play in their third national title game in the last five years. “We knew it was going to be a tough game,” Maryland coach John Tillman said. “We knew it was going to be a

Johns Hopkins wins 2015 Big Ten men's lacrosse tournament championship

Put it in the history books! Johns Hopkins defeated Ohio State 13-6 on Saturday night en route to winning the first-ever Big Ten men’s lacrosse tournament. Senior Eric Schneider was outstanding in goal, recording 11 saves and helping the Blue Jays secure the conference championship. “We scratched and clawed, and really, just kept fighting,” Schneider said following the game. “It’s a team effort and I’m just really proud of these guys.” Junior attackman Ryan Brown added two goals in the game, setting the single-season goal-scoring record at Johns Hopkins. It also marked the 31st straight game he has scored a