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Lacrosse the Internet: May 2, 2013

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Conference Player Awards in Division I for April 29th
Denny's placemats for everyone!

Greenwich's Nail will be headed to Holy Cross lacrosse
The junior at Greenwich High School (Conn.) is an aggressive player who has good footwork.

Around the Ivies: Men's Lacrosse
The men’s lacrosse regular season has come and gone, and four teams will be participating in this year’s Ivy League tournament to fight for the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The teams will also be looking to simply impress in general, as they will also be playing for the eight available at-large bids to the NCAA tournament. Below we take a look at each team that will be participating in the tournament, in order of their seeding:

At this time next year, could Spiders’ lacrosse be in mix for bid?
Selection Sunday for the Division I men’s lacrosse tournament is this weekend. Richmond coach Dan Chemotti’s body clock tells him it’s time to project the 16-team field and find video of potential playoff opponents.

Men’s lacrosse preps for NEC playoffs
For the last three years, the men’s lacrosse team season has ended in heartbreak. Each year, the Bobcats have fallen short of their goal: to win the Northeast Conference title. After losing to Mount St. Mary’s in the NEC championship game in 2011, the Bobcats made the semifinals in 2012, but were ousted by Bryant.

Syracuse men's lacrosse will write final chapter of dominant Big East legacy in conference tournament
Now in its final season before moving to the Atlantic Coast Conference, Syracuse is looking to finish a perfect 4-for-4 in Big East crowns.

Irish Eye Rebound Performance At BIG EAST Tournament
After losing to Syracuse in Saturday’s road matchup against the nation’s seventh best team, Notre Dame gets another shot at the Orange in a neutral setting. Notre Dame was unable to get into any sort of offensive rhythm in its 10-4 loss, especially during the second half of the game. The Orange scored nine goals in the second half, only allowing one to counter Notre Dame’s 3-1 first half lead.

Hopkins Focusing on Army, Not Tournament Hopes
In the aftermath of Johns Hopkins' devastating 8-4 loss to Loyola last Saturday, senior defenseman Tucker Durkin said the week of practice leading up to Friday night's contest at Army would be the most important one of the season.

Cinderella 2.0: Lehigh Makes it Back to NCAAs
Lehigh senior midfielder and team captain Brian Hess admits that, like a good number of other Mountain Hawks, he had some growing up to do this spring.

Today's beats: Father Figures.