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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 20, 2012

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Behind-the-Scenes with Marquette: Coach Joe Amplo on the First Spring
Last time I checked in we were getting ready for basketball season at Marquette, winter in Wisconsin was still a mystery to me and New York Knicks forward Steve Novak (a Marquette alum) was giving a shout out to the Men’s Lacrosse team.

MLL Prospects in the NCAA: Bocklet, Cipriano and Langton Have Big Days
Major League Lacrosse players in the NCAA, top prospects in the game. Let's take a look at who did the best this week.

With Pannell Sidelined, Senior Leadership a Must
"Seniors lead the way" is a quote that we hear almost daily regarding the direction of our team. Whether it is in practice, the weight room, or in class, the team goes as the senior class goes.

State of the Game: Back to the future
The Johns Hopkins-Delaware game was starting; I was settling in to watch. The Blue Hens won the opening faceoff, got the ball into their offensive zone … and stalled.

Quint Kessenich's Top 20 and Analysis, March 19
Four unbeaten teams remain: Virginia, Johns Hopkins, UMass and Loyola.

Monday Middie: Learning From Hoops' Shot Clock
You have two minutes to read this column. With all this talk about implementing a shot clock in Division I men's lacrosse, it's only fitting to put a fake timer on this page.

Colgate Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: Sun’s Out, Guns Out
Coming off a great Patriot League win against Holy Cross, our sights were immediately set on Binghamton to continue a strong spring break. They’re a team we hadn’t beaten in two years, and always proved to be a tough adversary. We practiced on Sunday a bit to go through our fundamentals along with an intro to Binghamton’s offense. Following the practice we went back to the locker room to go over the scouting reports.

Today's Beats: Miles and Coltrane? Well, yes. Here's Four: