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Lacrosse the Internet: February 28, 2013

News from things that may or may not be newspapers.

This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.

Conference Player Awards in Division I for February 25th
America loves winners, loser.

Michigan 8, Johns Hopkins 17
All things considered, this game didn’t go that poorly. Michigan got absolutely crushed in the possession game, and still kept things closer than you’d expect them to against a top-5 team nationally.

LOSING IS DEATH
"When you learn how to die, you learn how to live." - Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom

Way Too Early Championship Picks: NCAA D1
With the majority of teams still only a few games into the season, it is definitely way too early to be making Championship picks... OR IS IT?

Amato reverses fortune in men's lacrosse's victory over Loyola
As soon as the game clock ticked down to zero Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex, every member of the Terrapins men’s lacrosse team sprinted downfield to gather around goalkeeper Niko Amato.

Men's Lacrosse: Tigers open with away win
The men’s lacrosse team’s biggest question mark heading into this season was how well the team could handle the loss of its entire defensive core from the year before, most notably the unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year, goalkeeper Tyler Fiorito ’12. Despite a slow start to the game, this year’s defense proved that it is up to the challenge as the team beat Hofstra 10-7 in the Tigers’ season opener.

Princeton and Virginia to Meet in 2013 SF Fall Lacrosse Classic
Two of the country's storied lacrosse programs - the Princeton Tigers and the Virginia Cavaliers - will face off in the fifth annual San Francisco Fall Lacrosse Classic, scheduled for Kezar Stadium at 2:00 pm on Saturday, October 12, 2013.

Today's beats: This crap is almost behind us.