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Lacrosse the Internet: April 11, 2013

I stapled my thumb this morning. Whoops.

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Another Top 5 Opponent, Another Men's Lacrosse Loss
Facing two straight top five opponents isn't a way to get an offense jumpstarted for a first year program.

Buczek: Senior Day, Bus Karaoke, Sunny Weather
Hello from sunny Ithaca! Since I checked in last, we have played three games, two of which were in the always-challenging Ivy League. We beat Siena and Dartmouth at home then traveled to Cambridge and beat a tough Harvard team this past Saturday.

For Albany, Faster is Better
Is faster better? If you have watched cable television in the past few months, you may have heard this question posed by Beck Bennett in AT&T’s commercials (the ones that feature the roundtable discussions with kindergarteners and, now, NBA greats). If people were to look at the relationship between pace of play and winning in sports, they would find mixed results. Having said that, there are specific examples in sports that show maybe it is, in fact, “better to be faster.”

Jays Facing Must-Wins to Avoid Tournament Miss
Two hours had passed since coach Dave Pietramala's team had found another maddening way to lose a game — in this case, a 10-9 defeat by Albany that pushed Johns Hopkins toward a dangerous corner as the Blue Jays tried to keep another playoff berth in sight.

Lacrosse Wins Big Over Quinnipiac, 18-8
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team rebounded from two straight nail-biting losses on Tuesday afternoon, riding strong play from its freshmen to earn an 18-8 victory at Quinnipiac.

Ohio State men's lacrosse's Logan Schuss looks to break career-goal record
Senior attacker Logan Schuss sits two goals behind the Ohio State men’s lacrosse all-time goals leader as the Buckeyes travel up north to take on Michigan (0-11, 0-5) Saturday.

UVa men's lacrosse team struggling without LaPierre
LaPierre, who is redshirting due to a right knee injury, was as important to this season’s team as Stanwick and Ward were to theirs.

Today's beats: Tom Petty, yo.