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Lacrosse the Internet: May 23, 2013

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Cornell goalie AJ Fiore's rollercoaster ride to the Final Four
With sixth period finished, AJ Fiore and some of his friends had food on their minds. Since upperclassmen were allowed to leave Ithaca High School's campus during seventh and eighth periods if they didn't have class, the group hopped into a car and made their way to the nearby Wegmans grocery store for a pre-lacrosse practice snack.

A Cornell Lacrosse Star Who Returned for a Ring
So many options. Take the finance job in New York City. Star for the hometown team in Major League Lacrosse. Transfer to another university, one outside the Ivy League, to circumvent all its rules and regulations and red tape.

Indy Quarters Reveal Bright Future for Midwest Lax
Driving east along Interstate 70 into the morning haze of Indianapolis, Lucas Oil Stadium loomed over the flat terrain of these Midwestern parts like an oversized airplane hangar or a basketball field house — anything but a venue familiar to lacrosse followers.

Duke's Success is a Sum of Its Parts
The Duke Blue Devils know what success is.

Tewaaraton Watch: Pannell, Marasco Left Standing
There's exactly one week left until the men's and women's Tewaaraton Awards are handed out at the 13th annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony, May 30 at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian.

2013 All American Lists – Controversy? Of Course
There are parts I agree with, like Kaut as the keeper of the year. He was electric at times, and made PSU a contender, even if they dropped off at the end of the year. Lyle Thompson on the first team also rings perfect. At points, the list features lots of different players, from lots of different teams. But there are some issues…

Cleveland: Assistant coach Kerwick a perfect fit for Cornell lacrosse team
Ask Matt Kerwick to talk about his 21-year coaching career and he will mention how fortunate he is to be involved with the game he loves.

Lacrosse Invades Indy
When you think lacrosse, central Indiana is certainly not the first location that comes to mind. On Sunday however, four teams and their fan bases invaded Indy for the NCAA quarterfinals. On the Colts’ turf at Lucas Oil Stadium, Denver overcame an early 6-0 deficit to top North Carolina in a 12-11 thriller, before Notre Dame took the field against Duke.

Lacrosse final four set for Philadelphia
Championship weekend will have a hard act to follow. Three of the four quarterfinal games were one-goal classics loaded with twists and turns. Cornell, Syracuse, Denver and Duke emerged unscathed and with championship hopes still alive

Upstart Cornell takes aim at Duke in lacrosse semifinals
Unseeded but not quite an underdog, Cornell heads to Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday in search of its first berth in the NCAA men's lacrosse title game since 2009.

Wall Street Pipeline Finds Work for College Lacrosse Players
Before Dom Starsia talks about national titles, he unfolds a two-foot-wide spreadsheet that gives University of Virginia recruits a look at life after lacrosse.

Today's beats: Listen to a full album of Violent Femmes and shut your fact.