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Lacrosse the Internet: April 4, 2013

Chainsaws are a musical instrument if you think about it hard enough.

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Dixon's Takeaways: Towson, UNC Rolling; Bellarmine's Big League Win; Notre Dame's Struggles
April is all about conference play, and as it heats up Mark Dixon gives his Takeaways about the last few week of March and what we can take away heading into April.

Washburn: Army's Studs, Fowler, Tiny Attacks
For three weeks in March I was able to sit at home and watch games on television or on my computer. It was a great chance to see the game from an outside prospective and make observations accordingly.

Conference Player Awards in Division I for April 1st
All of these players exist. I know that's a fact.

Conference Check-In: Ivy League
At this point, the Ivy League favorite must still be considered the Cornell Big Red, who are 9-1, 3-0 in the league and suffered their lone setback two weeks ago at home to Bucknell, in the snow, without the services of attackman Steve Mock.

Michigan lacrosse falls to Air Force 10-6 - Maize n Brew
Michigan's Team Two struggles lead to yet another loss in 2013.

Men's Lacrosse: Rookies shine despite losing skid
In spite of its recent losing streak, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team is beginning to receive breakout performances from a pair of freshmen.

Virginia Lacrosse Walks Tightrope For NCAA Tournament
NCAA rules say to qualify for the tournament - the Virginia men's lacrosse team needs a record that's .500 or above.

M Magazine-Spring 2013
Hey! Learn stuff, college boy!

Cornell’s Pannell rebounds from broken foot to join 300-point club
After 13 months filled with uncertainty of his future and concern for his collegiate career, Rob Pannell is back atop his craft. A broken foot on March 3, 2012, left Pannell’s future with Cornell — and college lacrosse — in doubt.

Today's beats: Sure, why not?