The Weekend in Stick will look a little different from this point until the end of the season, featuring just one part.
THE BIG STORIES
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Bryant Stuns Syracuse in the Carrier Dome, 10-9
- Bryant 10 - Syracuse 9: Goodbyes Are Never Easy
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Duke Blows Past Air Force, 20-9
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Drexel Assaults Pennsylvania, Advances to Quarters in 16-11 Win
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Hopkins Storms Virginia in 14-8 Win
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Virginia Falls to Johns Hopkins, 14–8
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Denver Downs Carolina, 9-5
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Maryland Rallies Against Cornell, Shocks Red in Last Second Win
- Maryland-Cornell Lacrosse: Terps complete improbable comeback, win 8-7
- A Tale of Two Halves: Looking at Maryland's 8-7 win over Cornell
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Notre Dame Blitzes Harvard, Eases to 13-5 Win
- Men's Lacrosse: Irish defeat Harvard, 13-5, in first round of NCAA Tournament
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Albany Destroys Loyola, 13-6
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Air Force Pounds Richmond, 13-5
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Bryant Beats Siena, Advances to Play Syracuse
- 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament Day 2 Recap: Bryant, Drexel, Hopkins with Upset Victories; Duke Advances
PUMMELING AND PUMMELING AND PUMMELING
Your best individual performances from the weekend:
- Backstop Circus: Conor Kelly (17, Notre Dame). Kelly gets the honor this week both due to the "DEFAULT" light blinking and the fact that he ruined Harvard's soul.
- Five-Goal Club and More: Miles Thompson (5, Albany) and Wells Stanwick (5, Johns Hopkins).
- The Power Plant: Double-Digit Point Generation: None. It's like the NCAA Tournament is hard or something.
- The Lyle Thompson Prism of Doom Award: Lyle Thompson's three-and-five effort against a solid Loyola defense was impressive, but the Albany attackman will share the award with Bryant's Tucker James. The freshman attackman was instrumental in the Bulldogs' upset of Syracuse, and his four-and-two effort stands alongside Lyle's demolition of the 'Hounds.
- The Ether-Soaked Rag Award: Bryant's defense was an animal against the Orange's elite offense. Gunnar Waldt anchored the effort with 13 saves in the cage while the field defense caused four turnovers and limited Syracuse to only nine goals on nine-of-38 shooting (23.68 percent).
Do you have anything else to add from this weekend? The comments, they are yours.