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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: April 6, 2012

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Syracuse University lacrosse coach says the battle continues for the starting spot in goal
John Desko adds that as of now sophomore Dominic Lamolinara, who has played the last three games, is the man.

The Hawk : Men’s Lacrosse midseason review
Men’s lacrosse head coach Taylor Wray described Saturday’s 15-3 loss to Massachusetts as “not a good example of where this team is right now.”

Fairfield Prep Grad Leads Duke Lacrosse Offense
Robert Rotanz has been around successful lacrosse teams for nearly a decade, winning three state championships with Fairfield Prep and a national championship with Duke University in 2010.

Looney's Pub To Host Brendan Looney Scholarship Fundraiser Before Navy-Maryland
Former Navy lacrosse player Brendan Looney was known as a tough-as-nails defensive midfielder who picked up lacrosse late and helped his team to a national title game. After attending high school at DeMatha, a stone's throw from the University of Maryland, Brendan was the first of three Looney brothers to play for assistant coach John Tillman, now the head coach for the Terrapins.

Tillman won't force decision from senior Jake Bernhardt
Maryland midfielder Jake Bernhardt could still come back this season. Or he could hold off until next season.

Navy looking for offense
Navy’s 9-4 loss to No. 9 Lehigh Friday night was exacerbated by the disappearance of the team’s offense, which failed to score a goal over the final 42 minutes, 2 seconds of the contest.

Michigan Wolverines' Growing Pains
This past year it was announced that the University at Michigan would be the latest school to establish a division one lacrosse program, with play to start this season. Michigan finally made the jump to D-I to join school rivals like Ohio State and Notre Dame. Michigan had enjoyed much success at the MCLA level as a program, but fans and team members alike knew it would be a tough challenge facing tougher opponents. That being said, Michigan's season so far has been quite disappointing.

Today's beats: Start your Passover with three Jews rolling in arguably the most important music video ever produced -- "Sabotage" from the Beastie Boys' seminal Ill Communication: