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Lacrosse the Internet: June 11, 2013

Language faint before my spell. Or something.

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

Buckley Named Capital One Academic All-American Of The Year
The postseason awards for recently commissioned second lieutenant Brendan Buckley continue to pour in even after the lacrosse standout's graduation two weeks ago. In a Thursday morning announcement, Buckley became the first Army player to garner Capital One Academic All-American of the Year plaudits in the at-large category. Buckley also repeated as a first team Academic All-America honoree.

Will MSU add Division 1 lacrosse?

Player Updates: Princeton's Castelo, Duke's Carroll, Virginia's LaPierre and Penn State's Yeager
With the NCAA Tournament in the rearview, the attention turns off the field as teams flesh out their rosters in advance of 2014.

With early assist from Maryland, Johns Hopkins enters Big Ten for men's lacrosse
Maryland needed a new lacrosse home. Johns Hopkins wanted one for the first time.

What If: Maryland Men's Lacrosse Wins A National Championship in 2011 Or 2012?
Maryland is know for having a great lacrosse program, both men’s and women’s. There long standing rivalries, a deep tradition of winning. I didn’t grow up in Maryland, and didn’t know much about lacrosse until I got to Maryland in the Fall of 2006. Quickly, I began hearing about Maryland’s great lacrosse program, and how it always competitive every year.

B1G Lacrosse
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany announced last week that when Maryland and Rutgers University join the conference they will be coming into a fresh new varsity sport for the league, lacrosse.

Battle Back from Adversity!
Good morning Friar Nation!

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