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Lacrosse the Internet: March 18, 2013

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Swezey: Do Face-offs Matter?
A couple weeks ago, my colleague Zach Babo unearthed a stat from games the weekend of March 1-2:

Photos: Levings Wins 22/25 FOs, But Yale Falls to No. 2 Cornell

Quint Still Doesn't Understand Zone Defense
If you’re like me, you watched the Syracuse – Johns Hopkins game on ESPNU today. While the result itself is interesting (Cuse won 13-8), and will garner a lot of hype, what stuck out to me was Quint Kessenich’s inability to truly understand just how a zone defense works. I don’t like to rag on Quint much, but I do find his zone bashing to be perplexing.

Syracuse lacrosse notebook: John Desko non-committal about goaltender situation
Back-up goaltender Dominic Lamolinara sparked Syracuse in the second half against Johns Hopkins. Head coach John Desko didn't reveal much about whether the performance would provide more playing time.

Lacrosse: Myles Gillespie and more get warm welcome at Citi Field
As a senior at Iona Prep in 2009, Myles Gillespie helped the lacrosse team defeat St. John the Baptist for a state title as a large group of his family and friends looked on.

Ohio State slips past Virginia men's lacrosse team
No. 12 Ohio State — thanks to a big save by goalie Greg Dutton in the closing seconds — escaped with an 11-10 victory in front of a crowd of 2,243.

JU wins in lacrosse, honors teammate
Jacksonville University’s lacrosse team completed a second-half comeback, culminating with a game-winning overtime goal to defeat Siena 11-10 Saturday.

Today's beats: When I'm a-walking I strut my stuff.