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Several media outlets had recaps of the UMass women's lacrosse team's 13-8 win over Jacksonville on Friday afternoon in the NCAA First Round. The Minutewomen will return to action on Sunday against No. 1 seed and regional host Maryland (Noon) in the NCAA Second Round.

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InsideLacrosse.com continues its coverage of postseason league tournaments with a preview of this weekend's Atlantic 10 Championships hosted by George Washington. UMass is predicted as the front-runner once again after a 16-1 regular-season with a dominant defense and several key offensive players.

Front Runner: Massachusetts   
Massachusetts finished the regular season undefeated in the Atlantic 10 conference and is the clear team to beat in the tournament. This streak has run up to 46 games and spans over six years. Dominant is an understatement. However, the most impressive statistic UMass leads in is goals against average this season. They only give up 6.41 per game while the next closest team is Richmond at 11.19. As if that weren't enough, the ladies are currently rolling on a 9-game win streak. Without a doubt, the Minutewomen will be the Goliath of the tournament that all the other teams will try and take out.

Gazette: @UMassLacrosse dominates Atlantic 10 Conference awards

The Daily Hampshire Gazette's daily roundup of college sports leads off with a recap of the major Atlantic 10 postseason awards brought home by the UMass women's lacrosse team. Erika Eipp was named the league's offensive player of the year, Hannah Murphy was named the midfielder of the year, Rachel Vallarelli was named the defensive player of the year and head coach Angela McMahon was named the coach of the year.

Peter Cappiello of the Boston Globe has a feature story on UMass women's lacrosse midfielder Hannah Murphy who is having a break-out campaign for the Minutewomen in 2015. Head coach Angela McMahon says the Duxbury, Mass., native may be one of the overall best players the Minutewomen have had over the past several years.

Coverage of @UMassLacrosse 16-7 Win Over Vermont

Check out the new coverage and video highlights of the UMass women's lacrosse team's 16-7 win over Vermont on Wednesday afternoon at McGuirk Stadium. Hannah Murphy notched four goals, while Amy Tiernan and Holly Turner each had three.

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Jesse Korzen of the Daily Collegian has a feature on Hannah Murphy's recent scoring success over the last three games. In those contests, she has posted four goals in each to lead the Minutewomen.
UMass women's lacrosse senior goalie Rachel Vallarelli continues to lead the nation in goals-against-average (4.28) and save percentage (.589) according to the April 6 NCAA stats report.

Moving up for UMass was defender Kate Farnham who now ranks 4th nationally in caused turnovers (2.55 per game) which also leads the Atlantic 10. Farnham also ranks 23rd in groundballs (2.64) which is 2nd in the A-10.

Hannah Murphy ranks 18th in draw controls (4.36) and leads the A-10 as well.

As a team, UMass slipped to No. 2 for scoring defense, but continues to lead the country in caused turnovers and save percentage. The Minutewomen also rank No. 2 in groundballs and are 9th in scoring margin.

Anthony Chiusano of the Daily Collegian has a feature story on Hannah Murphy and her development as a player early in the start of the 2014 women's lacrosse season.

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