clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Lacrosse the Internet: May 14, 2013

My to-do list today includes "Check if snap bracelets are still a thing."

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

Lacrosse Shatters Wounded Warrior Project Record, Raises Over $6,700
Hosting a game to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project for a four straight year, the Virginia Military Institute men’s lacrosse team shattered the program’s previous mark for money raised for the Project, bringing in $6,750.30 during the April 14 contest at Drill Field #2.

We’re Down To EIGHT: Sunday D1 Lacrosse Recap
What was once 16, is now 8. In Saturday’s games, you did NOT want to come out with an early lead. It was basically a death sentence. Totally coincidental? Probably. On Sunday, we were treated to a great slate of games, and these four did not disappoint.

Q&A with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra provided color commentary for fifth-seeded North Carolina’s 16-7 rout of Lehigh and Cornell’s 16-8 upset of sixth-seeded Maryland in a pair of NCAA tournament first-round contests this past weekend. The former Syracuse All-American midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, will be part of the crew covering Saturday’s quarterfinals in College Park and Sunday’s quarterfinals in Indianapolis. Carcaterra offered his perspective on results that impressed and surprised him, concerns for the top two seeded teams and the most interesting quarterfinal.

Parity has arrived in college men's lacrosse
There has been talk about parity in college lacrosse for years, but finally there is evidence in the NCAA Division I tournament, a place where some thought it might not be on display for another decade.

Ohio State men's lacrosse beats Towson 16-6 in first round of NCAA tournament
It took nearly the entire first quarter, but once things got started for the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team they never looked back.

Bitter End For Last Year's NCAA Finalists
Maryland’s 2013 season could be compared to an exhilarating amusement-park ride that kept passengers highly entertained through the first half before sputtering out and leaving riders wanting more.

Swezey: Big Red Shines Bright
In the postgame news conference following Cornell’s 16-8 victory over Maryland on Sunday, a Maryland official placed three bottles of water next to Cornell senior Rob Pannell. Pannell passed one to his teammate and one to his coach – distributing just as easily postgame as he had during it.

Winners & Losers: NCAA First Round
It was a great weekend to be a lacrosse fan, with postseason lacrosse on TV from noon to night on Saturday and Sunday, and plenty of games to see in person.

Washburn: Spinning Ahead to MD1 Quarterfinals
The first round of the NCAA tournament is a dream come true for a lacrosse fan, with the ability to watch eight high-quality games on television over the course of two days.