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Lacrosse the Internet: January 28, 2014

More previews, Kerwick is readying Cornell, and more.

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Kerwick, Cornell Looking Forward to Moving On
Here's Kerwick on the position he's inherited and Cornell's intention to open a nationwide coaching search at the end of the 2014 season:

"It's really not any different than what is happening all over the country," Kerwick said. "Pretty much every coach that is competing at the highest level, at Division I, is working hard to maintain his position at that school. All I can focus on is the 35 guys here, and continuing on with our recruiting and trying to attract the top players in the country to continue to look at and consider Cornell University and the great tradition here. I would love to be a part of this staff for many years to come."

Kerwick was *thisclose* to assuming the head coaching position at Georgetown before he made an unfortunate mistake and Georgetown dismissed him prior in Summer 2012. He seems to recognize the opportunity in front of him with the Big Red, and if things go well in Ithaca this spring, his candidacy for the full-time gig at Cornell should look strong.

2014 Tewaaraton Watch Lists to be Announced February 27
Holy crap. The Tewaaraton Foundation actually listened to all of us that were sick of its initial watch lists including every player on a Division I lacrosse roster that had a name that wasn't impossible to pronounce:

A new guideline implemented for the 2014 season states the initial men's and women's watch lists will be limited to 50 players each. A cap has been placed on the number of players on the initial watch lists, as these players should represent the absolute best players in the country who have already proven themselves on the field.

Huzzah! The Tewaaraton Foundation is existing in reality! Wait, what?

This is the first time the Tewaaraton Foundation will be releasing the exclusive watch lists at a live event, and this announcement will coincide with the beginning of the 2014 college lacrosse season.

The season starts Saturday, guys. May want to update those Outlook calendars.


Zoroya Added to Staff as Video Coordinator
So, this guy is in charge of Netflix or something?

Bundled Previews
#LMRanks: No. 12 Yale Bulldogs (MD1)
#LMRanks: No. 11 Loyola Greyhounds (MD1)
NCAA Preview: Villanova
NCAA Preview: Air Force
Division I lacrosse preview for Navy Midshipmen
Division I lacrosse preview for Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers
Season Preview: Lehigh vies for third straight championship in 2014