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Lacrosse the Internet: February 14, 2013

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Bobby Wardwell to start for Syracuse, Mark Dixon answers questions, and a Colgate player writes a blog.

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Bobby Wardwell likely to be SU lacrosse's starter in net
Dominic Lamolinara to be the main back-up.

Patriot League Weekly Awards
Five teams opened the season over the weekend, and four picked up victories to begin the 2013 campaign. Bucknell defeated Delaware for the first time since 1974, while Lehigh and Navy were big winners at home. Colgate earned an overtime win at Bryant, while Army fell on the road against Massachusetts. Army plays Wednesday at home, while this weekend’s slate features the openers for Holy Cross and Lafayette.

UMass men's lacrosse team opens season with 16-9 win over Army
The 12th-ranked Minutemen used a second-quarter stampede to steamroll the Black Knights in a game delayed a day by Winter Storm Nemo.

Dixon Q&A: High Hits, Pace of Play, Top Teams, Tewaaraton Candidates
Here's the Q&A with Dixon, from The Baltimore Sun's Ed Lee.

No Days Off: Holman UNC's Unquestioned Leader
Marcus Holman can do it all on the lacrosse field, yet the North Carolina senior attackman always thinks he could be doing a little more.

Conference Player Awards in Division I for February 11th
The first listings of the conference players of the week for the 2013 season in men's and women's Division I are available.

Colgate Lacrosse 2013 Player Blog: Bryant for #1
The 2013 season is here and we wanted to work closely with college programs to bring a part of the excitement to you. Throughout the 2013 season we will highlight lacrosse programs on our space for all of our readers to follow. Player blogs serve as a unique outlet for programs to showcase their season as it develops, plus highlight everything they have to offer a student-athlete. In contrast, families and fans get a glimpse into the program’s athletic and academic regimen.

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