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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: April 13, 2012

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Struggles at faceoff X continue for Syracuse through 10 games
Cornell erased any progress Syracuse made over the weekend. With the Big Red’s tenacity in grabbing loose balls and long, drawn-out offensive possessions, it halted the momentum SU had from last Saturday’s win over Princeton. After the game, Bobby Eilers felt helpless.

Johns Hopkins-Maryland tilt has familiar feeling for both sides
Saturday's showdown just one of several rivalry games for Blue Jays, Terps in 2012.

UnCensered: Know These X-Factors in the Midfield
The first time I fell in love with college lacrosse was during the 2001 and 2002 postseason. Back then, it was a two-horse race for Memorial Day Hardware.

Injury Updates, Weekend Notes: Rivalry Weekend, Rob Pannell's Status, Virginia, Notre Dame and Navy
It's Rivalry Weekend in college lacrosse.

Michigan 7, Delaware 11
Delaware is not a great team – but they’re far from a bad one. After a serious mid-season funk, Michigan has started to play up to the level of some pretty good opposition. There’s still a long way to go before they’re where they want to be (at least three year of recruiting), but for the first time in a little while, the trajectory looks right.

Lace Up for Michigan Campaign Kicks Off This Weekend
The University of Michigan Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will unveil a new initiative at this weekend's home sporting events on the Athletic Campus. Student-athletes from football, men's lacrosse and softball will wear the maize shoelaces at home sporting events this weekend (April 14-15).

Cornell lacrosse team squashes Syracuse, wins bragging rights
Burn the boats.

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