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Lacrosse the Internet: February 21, 2013

Duke's issues, Albany does a big thing, Maryland is cruising, and more.

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Orange upset in double overtime: Skaneateles graduate Kevin Rice records a goal and three assists
It had never happened before.

Just four years after discovering lacrosse, football standout Berning commits to Richmond
The 6-foot, 180-pound senior at St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati (shown at right in both photos above), in fact, had 17 tackles from his safety position in an October, 2012 win over Elder High School.

Dominating Duke
The #3 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team opened its season with an impressive 13-5 win over #4 Duke in Durham, N.C. Junior midfielder Jim Marlatt paced the offense with five goals, freshman attackman Matt Kavanagh netted four goals, while seniors Sean Rogers and Steve Murphy added two scores apiece.

Duke men's lacrosse struggles on both ends in loss to Notre Dame
Saturday the weather was cold, but Duke came out even colder, surrendering the game’s first six goals to No. 3 Notre Dame (1-0) en route to an 8-1 halftime deficit and a 13-5 defeat.

Tar Heels men's lacrosse fades late, suffers first loss to Massachusetts
With two seconds left in third quarter of the North Carolina men’s lacrosse game against No. 13 Massachusetts Saturday, senior captain Marcus Holman netted a one-on-one goal that put No. 7 UNC up 11-8 going into the fourth quarter.

Fast start keys men's lacrosse's 16-4 blowout win at Hartford
The key to the Terrapins men’s lacrosse team’s convincing 16-4 victory at Hartford on Saturday laid in the game’s first few minutes.

Danes topple Orange in 2OT
In what may be the biggest win in program history, the University at Albany men's lacrosse team stunned powerhouse Syracuse 16-15 in double overtime Sunday at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse. Miles Thompson scored on an assist from brother Lyle Thompson with three minutes and three seconds left in the second overtime to give the Great Danes (1-0) their first win in 11 games over the 10-time national champs. Dylan Donahue scored back-to-back goals less than two minutes apart to tie the game at 15 with 2:52 left in regulation.

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