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Lacrosse the Internet: February 21, 2014

Princeton readies for the season and more.

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Deep roster hopes to bring men's lacrosse back to the top of the Ivy League
Princeton isn't a concrete top-five team at this point in the season. The Tigers have question marks -- what's the goalkeeping situation? how will a new coaching staff gel around Chris Bates? will a year of experience platform the team's field defense in a stronger position compared to 2013? -- but Princeton has a lot of valuable assets that have both proved their potential for generating returns and for appreciating in growth. The Tigers weren't as bad as many people thought last season, and Princeton is poised to do some special things in 2014:

For Schreiber, whose three consecutive first-team All-Ivy honors have yet to culminate in a league title, the most important facet of this season will be ensuring his team’s level of play remains consistent throughout the course of its 13-plus game schedule. Schreiber pointed out that in both the Ivy League and NCAA tournament, the semifinal and final games call for two contests in just three days. He feels that more than any one tangible facet of his talented roster’s execution, staying focused and avoiding burnout will prove to be the most crucial factor in pushing his team from a second-place finish to a first-place one.

“We’re trying to peak at the right time and not really peak early in the season like the last couple years,” he said. “We’re really trying to take it one week at a time and not get too high or not get too low after a win or a loss.”


Penn men's lacrosse opens against defending champs
After a nine month layoff and rejuvenated following a surprising 2012-13 campaign, the Penn men’s lacrosse team begins its season against defending the national champions, No. 1 Duke.

Men's Lacrosse Blog: Under The Dome
The Terps make their first trip to the Carrier Dome since forever.

Mullins returns from injury, uses versatility to anchor Syracuse defense
You fancy, huh?

Springside Chestnut Hill 2015 defenseman Lawlor commits to St. John's
Queens, stand up!

Johns Hopkins' Dave Pietramala suggests changes to lacrosse schedule
It's one thing to suggest. It's another to exert influence. That's where this conversation needs to go in order to solve the problem.

Ehrhardt adjusts for men's lacrosse
Preseason first team All-American defender Michael Ehrhardt has yet to start a game for the Terrapins men’s lacrosse team this season.

Knights attack explodes in win
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team wasted little time imposing themselves yesterday in Staten Island, N.Y., overwhelming Wagner with four unanswered goals less than five minutes into the game for the eventual 20-5 win.

Loyola's Offense Explodes, Defense Dominates in 20-4 Win Over Towson
That would be a nuclear explosion.

Michigan beats Detroit: Game photos
Things happened. This is the proof.

Michigan Lacrosse: Detroit Recap/Johns Hopkins Preview
Michigan got a big overtime win against Detroit Mercy on Wednesday night, and will now face Johns Hopkins on Saturday.