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

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The Midfielder: Red-Hot Duke Aims to Stay Humble
After Duke beat Maryland 6-5 in the opening game of the ACC Tournament, Terrapins coach John Tillman called Duke "a team who has been on fire" and "the hottest team in the country."

For Baum and Colgate, a Standout Season
Led by the junior attackman Peter Baum, Colgate's men's lacrosse team has a top 15 ranking.

Loyola Fired Up For Neighborhood Rival Hopkins
There are many reasons why Loyola University is riding high this week as the top-ranked team in Division I men's lacrosse. As the Greyhounds await an invasion by No. 10 Johns Hopkins, the neighborhood rival that is staggering through April in stunning fashion, what is not to like about the way undefeated Loyola has taken care of its spring chores thus far?

Ex-Ivy Leaguer starting to pay off for Terps lacrosse
Maryland's addition of Princeton transfer Mike Chanenchuk this season always carried the potential to invigorate the Terrapins' midfield.

Bloodlines: Family connections become a part of college lacrosse fabric
Roy Simmons Jr. had a requirement for each player that joined the Syracuse lacrosse team when he took over the program from his father in 1971.

Colgate Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: Who Needs Avicii When We Get to See Baumvicii
This week started a day earlier for us than normal due to our upcoming Friday game against Bucknell. We met on Sunday afternoon to recap Lafayette and talk about the week ahead. A lot of love was given to Jack O’Callaghan, Matt Reyes-Guerra-Dunn, and Derek Katchis for their previous day’s performance. There were two players of the game announced, and wouldn’t you know it, it was our best offensive player, Peter Baum, and our best defensive player, Bobby "Rattlesnake" Lawrence. Aaron Darr was then commended for his prior week of practice as practice player of the week, and then the mood shifted.

Lacrosse rounds out program’s 2nd season with tough defeats
The second season for the Mercer Bears’ Division I men’s lacrosse team has come to an end, and the athletics department can be happy with the progress that was made this year.

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