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Lacrosse the Internet: March 13, 2015

We're *thisclose* to lacrosse again.

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McEwen FOGO Ratings: Week 5
The Week 5 Update to the McEwen FOGO Ratings brings a couple of new faces towards the top of the ratings in Hartford's Dylan Protesto and Fairfield's Will Fox who debut at 11th and 13th respectively.

N-C-double "eh?": Lighting the Lamp
It’s been a couple weeks since we checked in with our Canadian scoring leaders, and since that’s what our northern neighbors tend to excel at in the field game let’s take another look-see.

Sing It Sam - Gravitte Balances Lacrosse And Theater During Busy Weekend
Sam Gravitte played perhaps the best game of his Princeton men's lacrosse career Saturday in the Tigers' loss to Maryland at Byrd Stadium.

Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse confidence in goalie Eric Schneider remains strong
After enduring a trio of shaky starts, Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Eric Schneider might have to deal with questions about his ability to make saves. But according to coach Dave Pietramala, the redshirt senior will not have to wonder about the team’s faith in him.

Crusaders' Loss is Syracuse's Gain in Ben Williams
When Holy Cross decided to make a coaching change after last season, the answer to Syracuse's prayers was about to reveal himself.

Saturday's men's lacrosse game between Loyola Maryland and Army could impact Patriot League race
Last spring, Loyola Maryland became the first Patriot League team to compile an 8-0 conference record en route to capturing the regular-season and tournament crowns. An unblemished league mark is already out of the question this season.

Quint: Separating Fact From Fiction
In Baltimore, at least, the snow has mostly melted and college lacrosse wins and losses and have taken on greater importance after more than a month's worth of games.

Winners & Losers: Patriot League, Brown's Offense and More
Don't forget -- you're the real winner.

Weekend Preview Podcast: Things Are Heating Up
If the Blue Jays didn't have the Big Ten automatic qualifying bid chance to fall back on, this game could have been a must-win for Johns Hopkins in any other year. It may still be, just to get their season headed in the right direction, with Virginia on tap next week.

2016 A Connor Grippe continues Ward Melville (NY) pipeline with Stony Brook lacrosse
The hard-working feeding attackman has outstanding field vision and is especially efficient when attacking from the X position.

Big East Power Rankings: March Momentum
In what seems like a blink of an eye, we’re in March, and nearing the middle of the 2015 NCAA lacrosse season.

Independent Check-In: High-Flying Freshmen
Vermont’s Cam Milligan scored in the third overtime to lift the Catamounts to a heartbreaking 11-10 win over Air Force on Saturday in a neutral site game held at The Landon School in Bethesda, Md.

NCAA men's lacrosse kings collide: 9 things to know about Syracuse-Johns Hopkins showdown
The Syracuse University-Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse game at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Carrier Dome (ESPNU) will feature two programs that are the definition of success in the sport.

Men's lacrosse eviscerates Michigan 22-12
The No. 19 men’s lacrosse team showed no signs of slowing down last weekend, cruising past Michigan by a final score of 22-12. Bruno is now off to its best start since 2004 and has certainly looked impressive in the process.

Ohio State lacrosse senior set to face off against younger brother in Denver match
The "lax bro" reputation is a label typically defined by the sport’s laid-back style and attitude. But when the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team faces off against No. 3 Denver on Saturday, that trademark takes on an entirely new meaning for senior David Planning, who will take the field against Max Planning, his real-life little brother.

Maryland men's lacrosse aims to slow Villanova's star attackman Saturday
Danny Seibel would’ve had plenty of excuses to fall back on if he didn’t live up to the hype Feb. 14 in his first college game.

UMBC men's lacrosse star Pat Young living up to eighth-grade expectations
o years ago, a teacher from The Chapin School in Princeton, N.J., returned a letter that Pat Young wrote as an eighth-grader. In the letter, Young asked his future self whether he was playing lacrosse and what college he was playing for.

McAnaney: Marquette's Magical Ride Continues
It's only fitting that Marquette is spending spring break this week practicing at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex. Because in their 7-0 start, the Golden Eagles have had enough magic to fill a kingdom.

Princeton's 1997 national title team crowned Champion of Champions
Princeton’s 1997 national champion men’s lacrosse team has claimed the title of Champion of Champions.

Loyola Maryland's game vs. Army may have significant Patriot League implications
Last spring, Loyola Maryland became the first Patriot League team to compile an 8-0 conference record en route to capturing the regular-season and tournament crowns. An unblemished league mark is already out of the question this season.

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