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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: April 3, 2012

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Quint Kessenich's Top 20 and Analysis, April 2
The Konica Minolta Big City Classic produced the biggest upset of the week with North Carolina topping Johns Hopkins. Bryant, Bucknell, Lehigh and Towson have positive momentum.

Five thoughts: Navy-Lehigh
Assessing the Mids' 9-4 loss to the Mountain Hawks

Syracuse University lacrosse team runs into a brick wall in the Duke cage when it matters the most
The Orange falls 12-10 and has lost consectuive games for the first time since 2007.

Editorial | SU Athletics shows simplicity of giving back
The men’s lacrosse team exemplifies the simplicity involved with giving back. The team adopted a young child with brain and spinal cancer. The players’ interactions are simple enough — a high five or pat on the head — but they’ve made a significant difference in the life of a 6-year-old child, Jack Tweedy.

Working Off The Weekend: Five Things To Know
For the second weekend in a row, the top-ranked team in the country went down. North Carolina upset Johns Hopkins, 13-9, in the nightcap of the Big City Classic on Sunday. It came a week after the Blue Jays knocked off then-No. 1 Virginia in Charlottesville in overtime.

M. Lax squanders comeback against Yale
Down, 7-3, at the half, the Quakers staged an impressive comeback, and with 5:39 left in the game, junior Tim Schwalje tied the game at nine. But it was all for naught.

Cohen Leads Men's Lacrosse Over Michigan
At the rate Jeff Cohen was going on Saturday afternoon, even a real Wolverine would not have been of much help to the Michigan defense.

Today's beats: How much cooler could Stevie Wonder be? None more cooler, that's how much. Talking Book was a bit of a masterpiece in R&B/funk fushion and "Superstition" remains one of soul's best pieces from front to back: