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Lacrosse the Internet: April 25, 2013

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Veteran broadcaster Dave Ryan enjoys the Patriot League and lacrosse
Dave Ryan has done just about everything there is to do as a radio and television broadcaster over the past three decades, everything from professional bowling to the Little League World Series and from major league baseball to the NFL, NHL and NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four.

Winners & Losers: TV, Lyle Thompson, and Instant Replay
Whatever you want to nickname it, it's BIG. Lacrosse fans are the big Winner this week, with an epic weekend and great TV slate ahead.

Men's Lacrosse: Player of the Year Watch, April 24
Tuesday afternoon, sophomore attackman Lyle Thompson had 89 points and his Albany squad had between three (if they lose in the AE semifinals and miss the NCAA Tournament, an unlikely scenario) and eight (if they win the AE and advance to the NCAA Championship game) games remaining.

Faceoff Man Fowler is Duke's Momentum Swinger
Brendan Fowler can't pinpoint the time in his life. He was either a third- or fourth-grader, when his lacrosse coach asked if anyone would like to try facing off. But Fowler clearly remembers the love of competition and sense of adventure that already were percolating within him. The elementary school kid quickly volunteered to give it a try.

Selection Probabilities - Men's Division I Lacrosse Tournament
Make the computer do the work.

#BostonStrong Decals To Be Worn On Harvard Helmets
Harvard will commemorate all those affected by the tragedy at the Boston Marathon with a special helmet decal which will be worn for the remainder of the season.

Penn State lacrosse: Appropriately named LaCrosse powers Nittany Lions
Scan the Penn State men’s lacrosse roster and one name will immediately stand out: Tom LaCrosse.

Mike '86 and Maura '86 Chapey Make Historic Gift to Friar Athletics
Providence College Athletics is proud to announce the largest gift from an individual who is not a member of the Board of Trustees in the history of Providence College Athletics. Mike and Maura Chapey, both PC graduates from the class of 1986, made the historic $1 million gift to support the construction of a state-of-the-art lacrosse and soccer complex.

Star attackman reflects on season
Men’s lacrosse attackman Brandon Mangan ’14 has had a strong season for the Bulldogs thus far, ranking first on the team with 30 goals and 22 assists. The Wantagh, N.Y., native ranks second in the Ivy League and seventh in the nation in points per game and, as the Elis’ top threat on offense, has started every game over the past two seasons for the Bulldogs. The News sat down with Mangan to discuss his lacrosse experiences, the team’s success and the legacy he hopes to leave.

Rutgers lacrosse enters final week without coach
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team will enter its final week of the season under the direction of an interim head coach until further notice.

Fairfield men's lacrosse back to work after big win over Denver
If the Fairfield Stags were still flying a mile high after upsetting top-ranked Denver this weekend, coach Andy Copelan put them back on the ground during Monday's practice.

Today's beats: Plunk those keys, Randy.