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Lacrosse the Internet: May 3, 2013

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Swezey: Hope For Teams Left Out
On Sunday night the season officially ends for all but 16 teams. For those who aren't selected for the NCAA Tournament, there's always hope for next year.

Computer Predictions for Games on Friday and This Weekend
The computers will eventually kill us all.

UnCensered: At-Large Teams Make Their Case
You know 'em when you see 'em. Those May buzzwords are thrown out in every other sentence at this time of the year. Bracketologists spend as much time predicting the bracket as they do reminding us about the criteria used by the NCAA Selection Committee.

MAAC Tournament Preview: Marist
Marist ripped through the conference schedule all season… before getting beated up by a Manhattan team whose most recent outing was a pasting by VMI. Even if the Red Foxes aren’t as bad as a loss to the Jaspers would have you believe, that game certainly shows they’re not invincible.

Thompson trio has taken UAlbany lacrosse to next level
“It was interesting, their (Myles’ and Lyle’s) brothers were going to Syracuse, Jeremy was on his way there,” Marr recalled. “My assistant coach at the time, Billy Ralph, said, ‘why can’t we get them; let’s just take a shot.’

10 Questions With Rob Pannell
I started playing in fourth grade.

Cornell lacrosse team follows Pannell's lead
At 23 years old, senior attackman Rob Pannell is the elder statesman, the father figure, of the Cornell lacrosse team.

Georgetown comes up short in Big East men’s lacrosse tournament
The Big East men’s lacrosse tournament semifinal between Georgetown and Villanova featured the No. 1 seed and the No. 4 seed — each with losing records. And the game that ensued was befitting such circumstances.

Syracuse men's lacrosse stymies Notre Dame to reach Big East final, what to take away
Everything seems to be clicking for the Orange as the NCAA Tournament rapidly approaches.

After graduation, Peter Baum wants to help lacrosse continue to flourish in Oregon
After Saturday’s contest at No. 11 Maryland, Colgate will retire to the offseason, and senior attackman Peter Baum will graduate and begin the next stage of his life. One of his pursuits would be to help continue the growth of lacrosse in his native state of Oregon.

Fairfield lacrosse falls in ECAC semifinals
The Fairfield University men's lacrosse team saw its 2013 season come to a close with a 10-8 defeat at the hands of No. 3 Denver in the semifinals of the ECAC Lacrosse League playoffs Thursday at Hobart College. The Stags finish the year at 8-7, while the Pioneers improve to 12-3.

Medfield's Cox commits to UVM lacrosse
Medfield lacrosse senior defenseman Ben Cox has given a verbal commitment to the University of Vermont, announced today on the Warriors official Twitter account.

Lacrosse conference tournaments preview
Cornell is in and will stay in Ithaca for this tournament and the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Penn/Yale semifinal game could be a de facto play-in game and Princeton probably has to win on Friday and Sunday to not be disappointed Sunday night.

Lacrosse heads toward unpredictable conclusion
With plenty of frantic finishes and a rash of upsets with seemingly a new No. 1 team every week, anticipation is building for a wide-open NCAA tournament.

Today's beats: How about some Matt & Kim?