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Lacrosse the Internet: October 16, 2013

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Keystone State Teams Show Stock at Capital Classic
Who is Pennsylvania's best?

Thompson's, Albany Solid at Yale's Prince Tourney
Albany picked up in the fall 2013 much in the fashion they had left off in the spring, with the Thompson's anchoring a high-scoring squad that took wins over both Quinnipiac and '13 NCAA tournament squad Yale at the Christian Prince Memorial Tournament in New Haven on Sunday.

King Impresses for Canada Against Robert Morris
As two of the younger players at the Team Canada training camp in Buffalo, both Jesse King and Steve Priolo are looking to impress the coaching staff in any way they can.

Fallball: High Point Vs. Navy Scrimmage Notes, Observations
High Point and Navy tried to work out the fall kinks in a scrimmage Saturday at Navy-Maine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Md., playing to a 9-9 tie in the rain.

Homewood Scrimmage: Hopkins, UMass, Fairfield, Rutgers Notes and Observations
The last of a Northeaster swirled over North Baltimore on Sunday as the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays hosted a four-team scrimmage featuring UMass, Fairfield and Rutgers at Homewood Field.

Prince Memorial: Albany, Yale, Quinnipiac Notes and Observations
“It’s just something that we want to play in his honor,” said Yale head coach Andy Shay. “He was a great player that played hard. We like to remember him on a yearly basis [at this tournament].”

30 in 30: Penn State Motivated to Make More Progress
This spring will mark the Penn State men's lacrosse program's 101st season, but for all its longevity, no team in its history has won a national post-season playoff game. That's right, it's been 0-for-100 until now, and more specifically 0-for-3 in NCAA tournament games, all of which have come within the last 10 seasons.

Today's beats: Wolfmother!