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Where you read it first | Saturday, May 25, 2024

Maddie Payne


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No. 5 women's lacrosse matches best start in history

No. 5 women’s lacrosse reached one of its highest national ranks in recent years on Monday after adding two more wins to its already undefeated season. The Jumbos have now matched the program’s longest unbeaten streak of 13–0, originally achieved in 1989 when the team only played a total of 13 ...

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9–0 women's lacrosse scores 42 goals in 2 games

The Tufts Jumbos have extended their unbeaten record following two wins over NESCAC opponents in the last week. On Saturday, the team dominated the Conn. College Camels (3–7, 0–5 NESCAC) 21–7, and later matched that number of goals in a 21–13 victory over the Williams Ephs. In doing so, the ...

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Women's lacrosse posts unprecedented 7–0 start to the season

The Jumbos made a historic start to the season after four wins in the last week to go 7–0 and reach the top of the NESCAC standings. The seven-straight-win mark is their best start to a season since 1989, when Tufts went 13–0 en route to an ECAC championship, a conference the team used to be in. ...

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Two games, 38 goals — women's lacrosse sweeps MIT, Wellesley

The No. 10 Tufts Jumbos trounced the MIT Engineers and the Wellesley Blue in two dominant games that boasted an overall record of 38 goals scored and only four conceded. Though both victories were against non-conference opponents, the matches showcased the depth of the Jumbos' bench: there were 15 ...

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Women's lacrosse opens season with decisive conference win

The No. 10 Jumbos started their season off with a decisive 18–11 win against the Hamilton Continentals on Saturday. Seven different goal scorers combined for 18 goals and 10 assists in a game that highlighted the depth and strength of this year's team."The fact that we had seven scorers is ...

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