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Lacrosse the Internet: February 25, 2015

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Why don't Sour Patch Kids have a dedicated block in the food pyramid?


Tuesdays with Corey: Nicky Galasso's Comeback
The screws in each of Nicky Galasso's feet serve as a reminder of where he's been and what it's taken to get where he is now. So does the daily routine.

Syracuse lacrosse goalie Bobby Wardwell firms up starting job after win over Army
During the week of practice leading up to No. 2 Syracuse's 12-9 win over No. 11 Army on Sunday night, senior goalie Bobby Wardwell spent time reflecting on the last time the Orange faced the Black Knights.

Yorktown (NY) 2017 A Rilea Fusco commits to Syracuse to continue family's D-I tradition
It started with father, Frank, and All-America defensemen on the first Yorktown High School team to make the New York state title game back in 1980.

Patriot League Power Rankings: Not All Who Shiver Are Cold
Every week we will highlight various storylines from the Patriot League in our Power Rankings. Everything will be ranked from worst to best – starting with the unranked lowlights.

Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
Mark Dixon will be working double duty this spring. In addition to serving as an analyst for ESPN, the former Johns Hopkins midfielder will also help cover games for the Big Ten Network. Dixon’s first next game of the season will be March 7 when Navy visits Johns Hopkins. Dixon, who can be followed on Twitter at @DixonLacrosse, shared his thoughts on lacrosse in February, then-No. 8 Loyola’s loss against Holy Cross, and No. 7 Albany’s hopes without 2014 co-Tewaaraton Award winner Lyle Thompson.

Penn men's lacrosse takes advantage of brotherly love
Two games in, two wins down and it’s two brothers who helped the team get there.

Ohio State men's lacrosse coach Nick Myers continues dream with US Lacrosse
Don’t settle. Don’t get comfortable. Pave your own way.

Men’s lacrosse routs NJIT
Stony Brook men’s lacrosse hosted the NJIT Highlanders’ first Division I lacrosse game in school history this Friday. The Seawolves were dominant on both sides of the ball, winning the match handily, with a final score of 18-4.

Impressive victories for both lacrosse teams
With a 14-12 win over the visiting Hofstra Pride, No. 20 men’s lacrosse (2-0 overall) continued their hot start in spite of icy conditions.

Henry West provides bright spot for Maryland men's lacrosse offense
With less than eight minutes remaining in the third quarter of the Terrapins men’s lacrosse team’s 10-6 loss at Yale on Saturday, Henry West received a pass from fellow midfielder Joe LoCascio near midfield and sprinted toward goal.

Rich Ensor, MAAC Optimistic About Future With ESPN3
"We are in the final stages of getting some Time Warner programming for lacrosse from Siena to go on ESPN3, just blacked out in the New York Time Warner footprint, so certainly they’ve worked together on things, but I don’t know what the schools have planned in terms of that," Ensor said. "I’m not sure they’re that far down the road, frankly. They’re still thinking about how to get the production set up and then the two can co-exist. There’s no reason why they can’t."

Dixon's Takeaways: Bad Weather Doesn't Detract From Upsets
Weather was once again the prevailing theme as teams battled it out in snowy, freezing conditions. Major upset — one in particular — dotted the landscape, prompting some to ask if these results wouldn’t have happened if played in better conditions. Huh? Two teams play, one team wins. I don’t like the weather any more than the next guy but don’t take away from the accomplishments of the victors. With that in mind let’s dive into another week of Takeaways.

Marquette Men's Lacrosse Moves Up To #16 In The Inside Lacrosse Top 20
That's an improvement over their debut at #17 last week.


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