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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 26, 2012

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Trend Busters: No. 2 Hopkins Wins At No. 1 Virginia
The 14-year-old gorilla is off Johns Hopkins' back. John Ranagan didn't just remove it. He ripped it off emphatically.

Marshall Burkhart Helps Lead Johns Hopkins Against Virginia
The human interest angle heading into this weekend's "One Versus Two" showdown between Virginia and Johns Hopkins will rightfully be focused on the lone meeting (unless the Blue Jays and Cavs rematch in the NCAA Tournament) between Steele Stanwick and his brother Wells.

Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: #RingChasing for Mr. Carr
Excitement has come naturally to the Lehigh lacrosse program as of late. As I mentioned last week, I’ve never seen the kind of energy and enthusiasm from our team that I do now. Guys are learning first hand that winning, unlike losing, is easy to handle, and excitement about Lehigh lacrosse, in turn, continues to compound. With Patriot League play looming and all of this season’s goals in front of us, the team went into Saturday’s Army game as fired up as ever.

Men's lacrosse hopes to boost streak with Navy win
After a historic win over the College of the Holy Cross on Saturday, the No. 11/10 Mountain Hawk squad is preparing to travel to take on Navy this Friday at 7 p.m.

UMass men's lacrosse shows off its undefeated No. 3 team under the Garber Field lights against Harvard
The Minutemen have won their first seven games of the season to rank No. 3 in the nation.

No. 2 Johns Hopkins lacrosse takes down No. 1 Virginia in OT
Johns Hopkins continued its year of firsts-in-a-long-while Saturday. It will find itself as the nation's new No. 1 team as a result.

Photos: #2 Johns Hopkins Gets First Win at #1 UVa Since 1998
It took an extra period, but No. 2 Johns Hopkins finally got a win in Charlottesville on Saturday against No. 1 Virginia, their first since 1998. In front of almost 7,000 fans, John Ranagan scored the game-winner for the Blue Jays with just five seconds remaining in overtime. Hopkins had tied the match in regulation on a last-minute goal in by Lee Coppersmith. Photos of the game are by Ben Mackey.

Today's Beats: Bishop Allen is all kinds of sweet molasses, and until they finish up some of their new stuff, we're all forced to bump to the old tracks. Here's "Rain" off of The Broken String: