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Lacrosse the Internet: March 16, 2013

Emptying out the queue so that you have something important to do while sipping coffee.

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

Game Photos: Towson Escapes Navy With Win
The Towson Tigers made the trip to Annapolis to take on the Navy Midshipmen on Tuesday night, and escaped with a tight 8-7 victory on the road.

Love ties goal record with 6 in Hobart's win over Canisius
Junior attackman Alex Love tied the Hobart College lacrosse team's Division I single game record for goals in a 12-8 win over Canisius College on Boswell Field tonight. He scored six times, extending his goal scoring streak to 16 games and marking the 14th hat trick of his career.

Syracuse men's lacrosse focused on Johns Hopkins during spring break week
Syracuse students are enjoying warmer weather on spring break while the SU lacrosse team readies itself for Johns Hopkins.

Syracuse-area sophomore Keahey finds perfect fit in Fairfield lacrosse
Kendall Keahey’s road to Division I lacrosse came through a suggestion.

Tillman growing more comfortable with using men's lacrosse's young reserves
It’d be difficult to blame Terrapins men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman for relying on his starting midfield a bit too much.

Swezey's Rundown: Mount is No Surprise
Notes about The Mount and more!

Recruiting: 2015's to Penn, Delaware; No. 36 Junior to G'town, Lehigh, Delaware, Bucknell, more
New 2015 commits to Delaware and Penn, as well as 2014's to Georgetown, Lehigh, Mercer, Delaware, Bucknell, UMBC, Wagner, Hobart, Holy Cross, St. John's and Binghamton.

Respect, Retribution On Line For Denver at Mile High Classic
Head coach Bill Tierney is well aware what’s at stake for his No. 3-ranked Pioneers this weekend when they host No. 4 Notre Dame at Sports Authority Field for the second game of the Whitman’s® Sampler® Mile High Classic.

UnCensered: Bullish on 'Cuse, but Jays Too Strong
Over the last decade, when Johns Hopkins has been up, Syracuse has generally been down. And vice versa.

Quint: Cutting Through Coachspeak
Men’s college lacrosse is filled with fiery coaches who speak their minds. These coaches have their own language, and what they say is often not to be interpreted literally.

Keeping Pace: Increase in Penalties and Its Effect on Pace
Of all of the new trends that we have seen in 2013, the increase in the number of penalties called may be the most significant. As Quint and’s Matt Glaude have noted, DI men’s lacrosse has seen an 8% increase in the rate of penalties called per possession. In 2012, one would expect to see approximately 7.33 penalties per game. That number has now increased to 8.07 penalties per game in 2013. With this increase in penalties comes an increase in man up and man down situations.

Behind the Scenes: Lehigh
Inside Lacrosse got a chance to embed with the Lehigh Mountain Hawks as they played in-state rival Penn State at the Whitman's® Sampler® Independence Classic at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. on March 9.

Hofstra's '13 Edition Seeks to Create Own History
Sure, it's only one game in the larger, more important picture. But when 10th-ranked Hofstra hung on for a dramatic 8-7 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday, the Pride could be excused for an extended period of self-satisfaction.

2013 Lehigh Lacrosse Player Blog: Harry Lawrence Guest Writes
When our Sports Information Director Justin Lafleur (who is the best in the country, no questions asked) approached me about writing the blog this year, I knew I would need a fine young man on our team to proof read my blogs so I would ensure that I would sound like an absolute genius writing this. My choice was none other than Harry “The Stick Doctor” Lawrence, who is one of the lone English majors on the team (AKA he was my only choice). He agreed to proofread every one of my blogs and add input as long as he got one guest blog during the year, so here it goes. Shout out to my boy Harry L on his debut…

Michigan 8, Fairfield 10
This… it went better than expected. Michigan kept things really close, and had a legitimate shot to win it in the fourth quarter. Is that progress, or just a random occurrence? We’ll have to dig deeper to figure that out.

Today's beats: It's one of those days, man.