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Lacrosse the Internet: March 20, 2015

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Reaction: Georgetown 13, No. 14 Loyola 12
Thanks to a lights-out performance from senior attackman Bo Stafford, a balanced effort from the midfield and just enough from their freshman goalie, the Georgetown Hoyas upset No. 14 Loyola 13-12 in Baltimore on Wednesday night.

McEwen FOGO Ratings: Week 6
The Week 6 update to the McEwen FOGO Ratings starts to see more consistency at the top of the ratings as the run of freshman and new starters debuting in the top 10 seems to have come to an end.

Analyzing the Impact of the Face-off Rule Changes
When the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee made its recommendations to rule changes last summer, the rational given for making it illegal to carry the ball in the back of the stick was simple: "The committee does not believe carrying the ball in the back of the stick was ever intended to be part of the game."

Youth Movement Helping Georgetown Turn the Corner
The Georgetown Hoyas sense they are turning the corner. Under third-year men's lacrosse coach Kevin Warne, the Hoyas have gone all in on a youth movement that is driving one of the country's more notable offenses through the first half of 2015. They see themselves as Big East contenders. They see themselves becoming relevant again on the national stage soon.

Syracuse Lacrosse: Staats Questionable Versus Duke
Inside Lacrosse reported Wednesday that senior Syracuse Orange attackman Randy Staats is not practicing.

B1G Power Rankings: Le Beast
Every week we will highlight various storylines in the B1G Power Rankings. Everything from individual players to special teams to intangibles to off-field issues will be ranked from worst to best – starting with the unranked lowlights.

Ivy League Power Rankings: More FS1
Ivy League play opened with some strong match ups among the top six teams, and Dartmouth was idle.

N-C-double "eh?": Freshmen Report
This week I want to take a look at some of the freshman Canadian players who are making an impact right out of the gate.

Hakeem Lecky Shredding the Hopkins Defense
This was Lecky’s lone point of the day. He certainly got his money’s worth. The senior has 12 points. Seems like he’s been in Upstate New York for ages.

Matt Donovan leads way for Cornell men's lacrosse
Senior Matt Donovan scored his fourth goal of the game with 1:04 left in the first overtime period, giving the seventh-ranked Cornell men's lacrosse team a hard-fought 10-9 victory over Colgate on Tuesday night at Schoellkopf Field.

Donovan, Lintner, Lead Red to Victory with Clutch Goals
The Cornell men’s lacrosse team came out victorious in a nailbiter against Colgate on a cold Ithaca night, defeating the Raiders 10-9 in overtime in the Red’s first home game of the season. The victory extended the Red’s winning streak over Colgate to ten games and improved their all time record against the Raiders to 41-7-1. The Red (5-2) has not played a later home opener since the 1994 season.

Postscript from Georgetown at Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse
Georgetown coach Kevin Warne was elated after Wednesday night's game against No. 14 Loyola Maryland, and it wasn't solely because of the Hoyas' 13-12 win at Ridley Athletic Complex. It also included what the outcome meant to assistant coaches Justin Ward and Jack Runkel, a pair of former Greyhounds.

Return of Pat Myers boosts men's lacrosse's offensive depth
Several different factors have contributed to the Boston University men’s lacrosse team’s program-record three-game winning streak, none more so than the return of sophomore attack Pat Myers.

Luke Goldstock top scorer for North Carolina
Luke Goldstock has become the go-to player on the unbeaten and second-ranked North Carolina men's lacrosse team and the sophomore from Niskayuna (Niskayuna High) is making the most of it.


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