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Lacrosse the Internet: March 26, 2013

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Binghamton U. rallies past Quinnipiac in men's lacrosse
Matt Springer's hat trick was the difference, as Binghamton University topped Quinnipiac 11-9 in a men's lacrosse game Saturday at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

Men's lacrosse's unbeaten streak ends with 10-8 loss to North Carolina
“The season is a grind, you go through a lot of ups and downs. You know you’re not going to play your ‘A’ game every single week,” Terps coach John Tillman said. “Sometimes you’re not going to have the magic.”

St. John's Kieran McArdle breaks own record for points in a game
Kieran McArdle broke his own single-game school record for points, racking up six goals and seven assists as St. John's beat Robert Morris, 17-11, Saturday in men's lacrosse. The junior attack, an

From Old Virginia: lacrosse bracketology
Here we go again with the weekly bracketology. To spoil the surprise, I'll tell you in advance that UVA doesn't make the field this week. If they had, I'd have pulled them out of spite.

Quint's 'Top 63' and Midseason Analysis
Spoiler: VMI isn't number one.

Washburn: Gut Reactions on Terps, Jays, Raiders
More lacrosse on TV is a good thing, for a variety of reasons. Last week was a great opportunity to watch a bunch of lacrosse without leaving the comfort of your own home. Here are five games that I watched, with my five gut reactions.

Hopkins Gets Signature Win, Routs Virginia
Johns Hopkins came to M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday in search of its first signature victory of the season, and the 11th-ranked Blue Jays wasted little time showing their hunger against No. 13 Virginia.

Today's beats: A lil' Eels to start the day.