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Lacrosse the Internet: January 13, 2014

A fancy one-handed goal, the memory of Ann Bates continues, and more.

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Must See One Handed Practice Goal From University Of Michigan
This kind of stuff is more impressive when you consider that Michigan hasn't necessarily had cats that can rip the bean past a keeper with one hand in the recent past:

It's just a simple downhill one-on-one dodge that morphs into an opportunity to sneak one past the keeper on the near post. The defensemen has good position, but the offensive player has the strength -- moving away from the goal -- to squeeze off a laser shot.

Michigan is getting there. The Wolverines just need more cats with a tool set that allows for these kinds of things to happen.


Recruiting: 2017 to UNC; 2016s to Michigan, Princeton, Lehigh, Denver, Fairfield, More
I hereby commit to my couch. I also considered the chair or lying on the floor.

Chris, Nick Bates Head To Ghana As Ann's Love Continues To Build
Stories like this is why it's great to be a human.

Startup Boston U. Adds Transfer Davis from PSU
The number one problem that new programs face is the talent gap. Adding Davis to Boston University's roster impacts the Terriers immediately.

1989 NCAA Semifinal Hopkins vs UNC
Ol' time lacrosse, eh?

Alphabetical 2014 NCAA D1 Preview: Canisius
Captain Canada -- Randy Mearns, Canisius' head coach, will lead Team Canada at this summer's World Championships -- has an elite player in Tim Edwards, but he's going to need to coach up the Griffins this season.

Alphabetical 2014 NCAA D1 Preview: Colgate
Areas of Improvement: Location (Hamilton, N.Y.).