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Lacrosse the Internet: February 12, 2015

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Ohio State’s Statement On Broken STX Stallion Helmet
A photo of an Ohio State defensive player wearing a fractured STX Stallion 500 helmet has received widespread exposure on Twitter and Instagram over the last 24 hours, and OSU has responded by issuing a statement about the incident.

DI Top Unit Rankings: Attack
The Top Units originally appeared in the 2015 Face-Off Yearbook and have been updated to reflect early season changes.

IL No. 16 Junior to High Point, 2018s to North Carolina, Air Force, 2017s, 2016s
Nobody committed to Subway University. Again.

Winners & Losers: Opening Weekend
The season is here, and IL's Winners and Losers post is back. Here are the IL staff members' takes on the first weekend of lacrosse — and there's even more in the way of games this coming one.

Duke Trio Still Out as Blue Devils Work with New Mix
If the flow of Duke's first two games indicated anything — at halftime of both, the Blue Devils were tied with High Point and trailed Air Force before pulling away to win — it's just what should be expected from a team that played with an entirely new attack, defense and some midfielders to boot.

3 chosen to lead lacrosse team in 2015
With the start of the 2015 lacrosse season right around the corner, second-year Hobart College Head Coach Greg Raymond has announced senior Zach Reed, senior Taylor Vanderbeek, and junior Cooper Stefaniak will be the captains for this year's Statesmen.

Wilsonville (OR) 2017 LSM James commits to Army
Wilsonville High School (OR) 2017 LSM Cameron James has made a verbal commitment to the admissions process to play Division I lacrosse at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

2015 Preview: Hofstra Pride
The Pride open the season on February 14th against Marquette with the goal of reaching the CAA title game May 1st.

Patriot League Power Rankings: Everything is Everything
The mantra for any Patriot League lacrosse observer at this point should be: "Week 1. Week 1. Oooommmm."

B1G Power Rankings: Domes are winter-proof
King is a special player, but some people talk about him like he’s already won a Tewaaraton.

Hopkins Towson Game Ends with Moment of Frustration
Certainly not the way Hopkins expected to end the game.

Men's lacrosse works through kinks to win season's second game
It’s only the second game of the season, so there are bound to be a few kinks that the North Carolina men's lacrosse team needs to work out.

'Constant communication' helps Ohio State men's lacrosse to 1st win of 2015 season
In the classroom, Evan Mulchrone studies marketing, but on the lacrosse field, the senior defenseman credits communication for building success. That communication helped lead the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team to its first win of the season at home against Robert Morris on Tuesday, defeating the Colonials 10-6.

Matt Rambo's status still uncertain for Maryland men's lacrosse opener at Navy
No decision has been made yet on attackman Matt Rambo's status for No. 10 Maryland's season opener against Navy on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

B.U. lacrosse preps for opener
The Binghamton men's lacrosse team is coming off a breakthrough season in 2014, finishing second in the America East during the regular season, their highest finish in the standings since 2004.

Haus leads by example as Duke men’s lacrosse's unsung hero
Every team has its unsung hero.

MLAX: 2015 Hofstra Men's Lacrosse Preview
The sting lingered for many months for the Hofstra Men's Lacrosse team. It began on an early May weekend last year. The Pride, who captured the Colonial Athletic Association regular season title, would advance in the CAA Championship semifinals and be within reach of two more of their goals with the conference title game in the friendly confines of James M. Shuart Stadium. With a win over second seed Drexel, Hofstra would take home their first CAA title since 2008 and would return to the NCAA Championship for the first time since 2011.

MGOBLUE.COM Under the Arch: Embodying the Block M, Good Home Win
Welcome back, Under the Arch enthusiasts! Although the first bit of this blog is probably more serious than past editions, I thought it was something that may be of interest, as I sometimes find myself forgetting how lucky I am to be in the position I am today.

New rules change the game for faceoff specialists
Faceoff specialist Stephen Kelly of the No. 5 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team lined up face-to-face with High Point’s Jamie Piluso to begin the two teams’ contest on a cold and windy Tuesday.

Rutgers sophomore perseveres on path to Piscataway
Elite athletes possess the ability to combine natural physical attributes with a desire to be great.

TU upsets No. 5 Hopkins in season opener
Towson began its season Tuesday with a 7-5 upset against No. 5 Johns Hopkins at Johnny Unitas Stadium.

Inside Lacrosse Editor Lacrosse Terry Foy
WBAL Radio 1090 AM - Inside Lacrosse Editor Lacrosse Terry Foy.

2015 NCAA Preview: Denver
Denver coach Bill Tierney's been around the block a few times, what with three decades in the business and six NCAA Division I championships under his belt.

2015 Preview: Mount Saint Mary’s Mountaineers
Biggest Question Mark: The lacrosse fans of the Catoctin Mountains have grown accustomed to some pretty good lacrosse since the well-respected Tom Gravante arrived in Emmitsburg, MD to take the reins at the Mount.

2015 Preview: Cornell Big Red
Biggest Question: Will Ivy rules hurt Cornell early?

DU Lacrosse Team Prepares To Take On Defending Champs Duke
The University of Denver men’s Lacrosse team is preparing to take on the defending champions: Duke University this weekend. Q&A with Men's Lacrosse Head Coach Mike Corrado
With the beginning of the 2015 season just days away, Villanova head coach Mike Corrado and his Wildcats start the year against one of the top teams in the nation in No. 5 Johns Hopkins on Saturday, February 14th at Villanova Stadium. Now in his 9th season at the helm of the Wildcats, Corrado's squad was picked to finish third in the BIG EAST Preseason Coaches' Poll and will once again face one of the toughest schedules in NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse.

Towson Loss Latest Swing in Emotional Start for Hopkins
In the aftermath of Johns Hopkins' first loss to Towson University since 1996 and his first defeat ever against the Tigers, Blue Jays coach Dave Pietramala pinned the blame on a list of factors.


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