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Lacrosse the Internet: March 5, 2013

I wrote this post while wearing stiletto heels.

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

Swezey: It's Only March
It is very early in the season, though it feels like midseason to the frozen players, coaches, referees and fans who have been outside for games that more resemble the NHL’s “Winter Classic.”

Quint's Top 20 and Weekend Analysis, March 4
Ivy League schools crushed it this week with Princeton "upsetting" Hopkins, Yale topping Albany, Brown surprising UMass, and Cornell destroying Colgate. Practice restrictions in January didn't seem to hinder the Ancient 8.

Washburn: A Look Back at February, Ahead to March
So, with February in the rearview and a weekend of March lacrosse now in the books, why not see where we stand?

Detroit 10, Quinnipiac 12
This was a game that Detroit won on the road last year, and one that they probably should have taken home this year. However, a back-and-forth game ended with a late QU run and a two-goal victory for the visitors.

Loyola Tops Bellarmine 8-6: Photos And Video
Loyola opened up the ECAC portion of their schedule in Baltimore this weekend taking down Bellarmine 8-6.

A Solution to the Stick Dilemma
With new rules being put in place to regulate the length of shooters, how far down they can be, and if the ball will roll out, I think it's time we take a look at the bigger issue – the stick itself. Take the 2010 stick rules into account, and this is clearly a huge issue, but one that isn’t often discussed.

Syracuse-area standout Haynes commits to St. John's lacrosse
The fact that Corey Haynes is a huge Rangers fan was a factor that helped SJU’s cause in landing the commitment from the junior midfielder at East Syracuse Minoa High School. Haynes’ decision was first reported at Twitter.com/joe_lombardi.

Today's beats: You know you love Guster. Admit it.