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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 22, 2012

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Virginia Lacrosse remains undefeated, hosts No. 2 Johns Hopkins
Virginia rallied from down 6-1 to Ohio State to remain undefeated on the season. Will the Hoos be able to overcome their slow starts to top undefeated, No. 2 Hopkins this weekend?

UnCensered: Breaking Down No. 1 vs. No. 2
Over the past decade, Virginia has owned Johns Hopkins.

Tewaaraton Watch List Additions Announced
The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the first round of additions to the Tewaaraton Award Watch Lists, presented by Panama Jack. Three men and three women have been added to the watch lists, from which the 12th annual Tewaaraton Award winners will be selected and honored May 31, 2012, at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.

Denver Pioneers Lacrosse Falls To Cornell In Overtime, 9-8
The Denver Pioneers lost a second straight overtime game, falling to the No. 3/4 Cornell Big Red in overtime, 9-8. The game was played on neutral territory at Hofstra University, the site of Denver's 14-9 victory over the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays during the quarterfinals of the 2011 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament.

Johns Hopkins' Pietramala plays underdog card vs. Virginia
No. 2 Johns Hopkins’ 11-7 victory over No. 7 Syracuse on Saturday assured the lacrosse community of a showdown between the top two teams in the country when the Blue Jays visit No. 1 Virginia

Men's Weekly Conference Honors
Trophies for everyone!

Major League Lacrosse: Reviewing the Draft
With the MLL colligate draft now happening before the start of the college season many teams are foced to take players on potential and past results as well as just plain need. Now with the college season nearing a half way point we look at how the players taken in the first few rounds are doing now.

Today's Beats: Today's beats aren't exactly beats (well, there are beats, but that's not the point). It's a lil' Saul Bass and his contribution to It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World -- the title sequence: