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Lacrosse the Internet: February 27, 2013

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Kaser will take his stick skills and smarts to Binghamton lacrosse
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound right-hander, who is also a hockey standout, has outstanding stick skills, a high lacrosse IQ and is adept at creating scoring opportunities for both himself and his teammates.

Rob Pannell impressive as Cornell men win lacrosse opener | The Ithaca Journal |
Leading up to the season-opener, Cornell senior Rob Pannell confidently stated that his men's lacrosse team featured the best attack unit in the country.

Tom Gravante says Mount St. Mary's has not changed during two-game winning streak
After opening the season with a 23-6 loss to No. 3 Maryland, Mount St. Mary's has scored back-to-back victories over then-No. 17 Bucknell and Delaware.

Terrapin Lacrosse is “Sitting on Top of the World”
I know it’s only February 24 but I am one happy Terrapin today.

Maryland moves up to No. 2 with big win
Once again, it was a weekend full of high drama highlighted by a title game rematch, an instant classic in State College, and lacrosse's version of an ABA All-Star game between Drexel and Albany.

Winners & Losers: Defense, Overtime Games and Road Trips
It was another crazy weekend of lacrosse, with overtimes, a marquee matchup on national television and much more.

Dixon's Takeaways: Penn and St. John's Big Wins, Maryland-Loyola and More
Has there been a February this exciting the last few years? Ever? Tight games, upsets, new rules, lots of goals — and we are still playing in 30-40 degree weather. Away we go with another edition of Takeaways.

Today's beats: Yessir.