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Lacrosse the Internet: March 18, 2015

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Grill proving doubters wrong at Marquette
Redshirt junior defenseman B.J. Grill has developed into Marquette’s top defenseman. He was the Big East defenseman of the week twice last year, and once this season. He was featured on the pre-season All-Big East team, the only defenseman to be unanimously chosen.

Rutgers Lacrosse: Men snap losing streak, women still on the schneid
A win, a loss, a Big Ten player of the week.

Marquette Men's Lacrosse Improves In The Inside Lacrosse Poll Without Playing A Game
I mean, it's a tie for #9 in the Inside Lacrosse poll, but that's still an improvement from last week's #10 ranking.

Syracuse Lacrosse: Ben Williams Watch 2015, Week 6
Ben Williams is off to a hot start, and possibly a historic season. The Holy Cross transfer is on pace to break school, and possibly NCAA, records. This is your weekly update for week 6.

Syracuse Lacrosse: Steady at Top Spot in Both Polls
Syracuse and North Carolina remain as the number one and two teams in the country.

Lax Report: Duke Men and Women Survive on the Road
The road is friendly for the Blue Devils.

Dixon's Takeaways: Ohio State's Big Win, Notre Dame's O and Brown For Real
Call this the week for litmus tests. Teams with a lot of question marks got some answers ‑—some good, some not so good — but nonetheless a better sense of who they are and what they might be. For some, can the momentum be maintained? And can teams that stumbled get back on track quickly? Let’s take a look with another edition of Takeaways.

Tuesdays w/ Corey: Jones Every Bit a Tewaaraton Candidate
The entire Duke team and staff posed on the field for a picture after the Blue Devils' 15-13 win over Georgetown on Saturday afternoon. As they did, a small section of fans screamed "Happy Birthday, Myles!" from the crowd. Some family friends were among the roughly 1,400 to watch the game in Washington, D.C., in which Duke junior midfielder Myles Jones took matters into his own hands late in the closely-contested matchup.

Upset City: Ohio State Lacrosse Over Denver Photos
Ohio State Lacrosse is the mayor of Upset City right now after taking down Denver 13-11 in the Horseshoe on Saturday. OSU was in very few Top 20 polls, but was sitting pretty at 5-2 when the Pioneers came into town for Senior night. After besting Denver by two goals, OSU wasn’t just sitting pretty, they had to be regarded as a top level team, right?

Henry Schoonmaker emerges offensively to complement Nicky Galasso, Hakeem Lecky after slow start to season
While Nicky Galasso and Hakeem Lecky carried Syracuse’s first-line midfield offensively, Henry Schoonmaker lagged behind.

ACC Power Rankings: Crises Averted
Every week we will highlight various storylines in the ACC Power Rankings. Everything from individual players to special teams to intangibles to off-field issues will be ranked.

Patriot League Power Rankings: Ride the Roller Coaster
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 items that couldn’t quite crack the big board, but are still worth mentioning.

Men’s lacrosse drops conference opener to Albany
On Saturday, the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team was given a chance to avenge its heartbreaking overtime loss to the Albany Great Danes in last year’s championship game. While the Seawolves showed positive signs of competitiveness against the reigning champs, they were unable to find a lead and lost, 17-15.


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