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Penn State Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse Climb In Latest Poll

Penn State men’s and women’s lacrosse both rose in their respective Inside Lacrosse rankings on Monday.

The men jumped back into the top 10, climbing three spots to No. 8. This comes after a dominant performance against No. 14 Ohio State, as the Nittany Lions won 17-9.

The men are currently 6-3 and only have three more games left this season before the Big Ten Tournament begins. As things currently stand, the Nittany Lions don’t face any other ranked opponent for the remainder of the regular season.

The women also jumped up in the poll, moving from No. 18 to No. 17. The move comes after the Nittany Lions beat Cornell 13-10 on Sunday. They are 10-3 this season and also only have three games left in the regular season.

The women play their next game at noon on Saturday, April 8, against Michigan in Ann Arbor, while the men play at 7 p.m. that same day against Johns Hopkins at home. A win for both teams will go a long way in locking down a coveted tournament spot as May rolls around.

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Owen Abbey

Owen Abbey was a Secondary Education major before he graduated from the wonderful institution known as Penn State. When he was not writing for the blog, he enjoyed rooting for the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens, supporting Penn State basketball and softball, dreaming of all of the ways he would win the TV show "Survivor," and yes mom, actually doing school work. All of this work prepared him to teach his own class of students, which was always his true passion. He still can be found on Twitter @theowenabbey and can be reached for questions and comments at [email protected]

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