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Lacrosse the Internet: April 5, 2013

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This Week in College Lacrosse: Rankings for April 1, 2013
Hopkins and Carolina play the game of the week. #1 Notre Dame falls again. St. John's continues to surprise. And oh, hey, it's Maryland back atop the polls. Check out the college lacrosse week that was and preview the week yet to come.

Conference Check-In: ECAC
Just by a slim margin, based on the RPI and poll voting (which rank the Pioneers an average of 2.5 spots ahead of the Greyhounds), Denver is considered the favorite ahead of Loyola

Kaut Remains Humble, Hungry During Hot Streak
After two weeks of observing Austin Kaut in the cage during the fall of 2010, Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni had a strong feeling that the Nittany Lions had bagged a special, freshman goalkeeper.

Hartford Lacrosse at National Guard Leadership Training
Last week, the Hartford lacrosse team went to a National Guard training center for a leadership training day, completing missions and doing team-building exercises. Rory Nunamacher and Frank Piechota talk about their experience at the training day.

Get To Know High Point And Jon Torpey
The High Point Panthers are in the midst of their first year of NCAA D1 Men's Lacrosse, and Connor Wilson was able to steal Jon Torpey away from his regular duties as Head Coach to discuss the program.

Back-to-back top 10 matchups for Syracuse men's lacrosse should prove vital for NCAA Tournament seeding
SU's two-game stretch against No. 7 Princeton and No. 2 Cornell could determine the Orange's NCAA Tournament seeding fate.

First-year Monmouth University men’s lacrosse head coach Brian Fisher announced the incoming attackmen student-athletes, who will attend Monmouth and compete for the Hawks in 2014. Fisher and assistant coach Andrew Geison have received commitments from Corey Black (San Diego, Calif./Torrey Pines), Chris Daly (Wynnewood, Pa./Lower Merion), Nicholas Kalas (Annapolis, Md./Archbishop Spalding), Tim Kemner (Woolwich, N.J./Kingsway Regional), Chris Summers (San Diego, Calif./Westview) and Matt Worrall (Landenberg, Pa./Kennett).

Johns Hopkins unfazed by absence of signature win
As the calendar turns to April, fans and media begin to look at the wins and losses of candidates for the NCAA tournament. One intriguing profile is that of No. 12 Johns Hopkins.

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