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Lacrosse news, football reworking its receiving corps

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Lots of action around grounds in the coming days. In the meantime, let’s check out some of the latest news from off the field.

Three women’s lacrosse members took home All-ACC honors yesterday, as midfielders Maggie Jackson, a senior co-captain who leads the team in points, and junior Sammy Mueller made first-team selections, while senior attacker Avery Shoemaker was listed on the second-team.

Cavs looking for a new go-to receiver for QB Perkins (Roanoke Times)

With the departure of the Virginia Cavaliers’ all-time receptions leader Olamide Zaccheaus, quarterback Bryce Perkins and the offense will need to find wideouts who are able to take on bigger roles in 2019. Can seniors Hasise Dubois and Joe Reed make the jump?

Team-by-team look at this year’s ACC men’s lacrosse tournament (Daily Progress)

A good breakdown of all five teams participating in this year’s conference tournament.

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