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Lacrosse the Internet: April 9, 2013

It's Tuesday. I don't know what that means.

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

Quint's Top 20 and Analysis, April 8
Albany, Scott Ratliff, Syracuse and Lehigh were the biggest winners of the week.

Washburn: Breaking Down My Top 20 Poll
The calendar has turned to April and teams are now in the heart of their conference schedule, the most important games of the season.

Conference Player Awards in Division I for April 8th
Certificates of Perfect Attendance, I think.

2013 Colgate Lacrosse Player Blog: Battle in Bethlehem
After the loss to Army we were forced to regroup and recover for our upcoming game against the team from Bethlehem. Not much needed to be said to get us going for this one, as we were playing the team that took the Patriot League Championship away from us last year. That ring hanging above the entrance to our locker room all spring, that flag they stomped on our field, that was all we needed to motivate us throughout the week and on game day.

Michigan 5, Delaware 12
It seems like every time Michigan shows the progress toward breaking through, they experience a major setback. Last time, they stayed very competitive (compared to expectations, at least) against Johns Hopkins, then laid a complete egg against Army. This time around, it was steady progress in the runup to a poor showing against Delaware.

Is This D1 Lacrosse Poll Serious?
Sticking with Cornell as number one, eh?

Albany lands commitment from Canandaigua 'groundball machine' Eddinger
Eddinger, who is also a hockey standout, is a technically sound position defense with an unselfish, team-first approach.

Today's beats: Just in the mood for this. Whatever.