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Lacrosse the Internet: February 28, 2014

See you in frozen Hell, February.

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

A Full Pint

Men’s lacrosse ready for new conference
This is exactly why the Bobcats could be an overlooked team in the MAAC in 2014:

“One of the things that is unique about this team is, in the junior group, we started eight freshman when they were freshman,” Fekete said. “I think we are seeing the dividends. We probably have more juniors with 30-plus-game experience than anyone in the country.”

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“They took a licking their freshman year,” Fekete said. “They improved last year and they’ll improve again this year. At this point, I think we are pretty poised and experienced. The dividends should be paying more now that we have all that experience on the field.”

Brown kind of hammered Quinnipiac last weekend, but the Bobcats' efforts against the Bears isn't necessarily indicative of what kind of team Quinnipiac could be in the MAAC this season.


Winners & Losers: Hopkins' Offense, PSU's Sturgis, and Army's Mantra
Whipping around the country in digestible bites.

Conference Player Awards in Division I for February 24th
Yeah, but which player made Oprah's book club?

Mike Birney Scores from 20 Yards Out
Hey! This one actually went in!

Former Yorktown (NY) All-American Mariano making sudden impact at UMass
Mariano has been a machine for the Minutemen early in the season. As opponents start to recognize his role, Mariano's adaption becomes vitally important for Massachusetts.

Coughlin: February Pace Sees Albany Fast, Bellarmine's D Strong, and Penn State's O Clicking
It's probably a week or two early for this kind of thing, but Coughlin does a nice job here.

"My School" Talking The Ohio State University Lacrosse with Kevin Buchanan of the Boston Cannons

Syracuse lacrosse seeks answers after worst defensive two-game stretch of John Desko era
DRAMATIC HEADLINE! (Syracuse has played three games in 2014. Let the chemical combinations develop.)

Meet Virginia: After beginning year as starting attack, Maltz heads home to Virginia as 2nd-line midfielder
Syracuse's offensive rotation situation is best described as fluid.

Athlete of the Week: Molloy ’17 wows with four goals in lacrosse season opener — Brown Daily Herald
In his collegiate debut against Quinnipiac Saturday, men’s lacrosse attackman Dylan Molloy ’17 scored four goals, leading Bruno to a 13-6 victory.

Redshirting not yet an option for Towson men's lacrosse player Andrew Hodgson
Hodgson's absence has factored into Towson's early season production arc.

Brewing Process

Rahme: Syracuse vs. Virginia Always a Close Call
Men's Lacrosse Opponent Preview: North Carolina
Men's lacrosse hopes to avoid letdown against No. 1 Duke
Ohio State men's lacrosse set to take on Penn State at Ohio Stadium
Men’s lacrosse to take on No. 15 Cornell for the first time in program history
Knights aim to limit mistakes at Seawolves
Hoyas Return to Fundamentals
Virginia, Syracuse Renew Lacrosse Rivalry as ACC Opponents