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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 2, 2012

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Princeton Hosts No. 2 Johns Hopkins For The 82nd Meeting Between The Two
Princeton and Johns Hopkins, who have met every year but one since 1937, meet for the 82nd time when the No. 2 Blue Jays come to Sherrerd Field Friday afternoon. Both teams are unbeaten on the young season.

Syracuse Lacrosse vs Virginia Preview
The Orange and Cavaliers always play close games. In fact the last five matchups have been decided by a total of six goals, with two of those games being dec...

MD1 Notes: UMass Starts Hot, Must Finish Strong
Plus notes on Syracuse's goalie rotation and Hopkins' midfield.

For Terrapins' Michael Shakespeare, all will be well that ends well
A new coach was coming in after the 2010 season, and the industrious Michael Shakespeare was going to have a fresh start after shuttling between Maryland's second and third midfield lines as a sophomore.

Men's Weekly Conference Honors - 2012
Hey! Check out all these sons of guns!

Diversifying lacrosse still work in progress
Alisha Ricardi discusses the challenges in growing the sport of lacrosse within the black community.

Colgate Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog, Anti-Gravity Treadmill

Today's beats: There wasn't anybody in the history of history as perfectly insane as Sly Stone; there was also hardly anybody as perfectly funky and rump-shaking as Sly Stone. Sly and the Family Stone's 1969 album Stand! is a seminal soul/funk record -- arguably their best work -- and "I Want to Take You Higher" is probably the most complete cut from the release: