Just weeks after men’s basketball coach Mike Rice was fired for abusive behavior with players, Rutgers University is investigating allegations of verbal abuse made against its men’s lacrosse coach Brian Brecht.

NandNBrecht has been suspended with pay during the investigation, according to a report today by the Newark Star-Ledger.

In other headlines from this past week:

* Breaking down the college conference tournaments

* Johns Hopkins open-minded about which midfield gets first run

* Hobart rallies to beat Syracuse for first time in seven years

* Former Yale player nets success with new lacrosse venture

* Latest college men’s/women’s, high school boys/girls national rankings

* Lombardi on Lacrosse: Chaminade takes Round 1

* Tristate recruiting commitment stories

* News & notes archive

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