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Lacrosse the Internet: May 31, 2013

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Chemotti Announces Men’s Lacrosse Recruiting Class
University of Richmond Spiders head men’s lacrosse coach Dan Chemotti announced his spring recruiting class on Tuesday. The class, which consists of 17 student-athletes, will be eligible to compete for the Spiders in their inaugural D-I season in 2013-14.

Rookie of the Year, Runner-Up: Devin Dwyer, Men's Lacrosse
A day before Siyani Chambers guided the Harvard men’s basketball team to a 68-62 upset over the University of New Mexico in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, another rookie playmaker turned in a breakout performance for the Crimson. Devin Dwyer recorded his first NCAA hat trick as the Harvard men’s lacrosse team defeated Bryant, 7-5, on March 20.

Will Haus helps Duke claim lacrosse title
Ask Will Haus how long lacrosse has been a part of his life, and he pauses briefly before responding.

Lacrosse Finishes Atop Saves Per Game Rankings
With Duke crowned as the national champion on Memorial Day, the 2013 season officially came to a close Monday. And with the final game of the year played, the Virginia Military Institute men’s lacrosse team finished atop the statistical rankings in saves per game as a team.

PressBox: Is Cost Of NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships Hurting Attendance?
The NCAA men's lacrosse championships are returning to Baltimore in 2014, hosted at M&T Bank Stadium Memorial Day weekend, May 24-26. From a business perspective, the event, which left Baltimore in 2011, remained in stable economic condition. As the event departs Philadelphia, Pa., and returns to what some describe as its natural home in Maryland, it is coming off 10-year lows in terms of tickets sold. Can the event that some lacrosse insiders projected would repeatedly sell out NFL stadiums find financial reclamation in Baltimore?

John Danowski changed the meaning of Duke lacrosse
Even after two national championships in seven years, the 2006 Duke lacrosse scandal may never go away.

Syracuse Looks To Keep Momentum After Surprising 2013
With Syracuse's 16-10 loss to the Duke Blue Devils, Orange fans bid farewell to a senior class including a number of important leaders on both ends of the field — including first-team All-American JoJo Marasco and second-team All-American Brian Megill, both of them captains. Both were instrumental in helping this rendition of the once-independent powerhouse overachieve, at least if you consider the team's No. 14 preseason ranking in the 2013 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook.

Two Years Later, Pannell Earns Tewaaraton Honor
Rob Pannell was in Washington two years ago for the Tewaaraton Award ceremony — the first time he was a finalist.

Way Too Early Rankings for 2014: MD1 Nos. 11-15
It's never too early, right? Patrick Stevens continues his look ahead to the 2014 season with Nos. 11-15 in a Way Too Early Division I men's Top 20. For 16-20, click here. Check back to on Friday for 10-6.

Way Too Early Rankings for 2014: MD1 Nos. 6-10
It's never too early, right? Patrick Stevens continues his look ahead to the 2014 season with Nos. 6-10 in a Way Too Early Division I men's Top 20. For 16-20, click here, and 11-15 here. Check back to on Monday for 1-5.

Today's beats: "Norman Greenbaum" is the least rock and roll name ever.