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Lacrosse the Internet: March 27, 2015

We're *thisclose* to a huge weekend.

Matt Kavanagh is a witch!

STORIES

Quint: Mid-Season Report Card
It's time to hand out midterm grades for the men's college lacrosse season, and two perennial powers in the state are at opposite ends of the spectrum.

Princeton Earns Back Its Tiger Stripes
The ‘P’s’ had to come off. As did anything else black and orange with any sort of stripes on it. There was an anxious current that circulated through the Princeton Tigers during the fall. The coaching staff divested them of all their Princeton gear, running instead in Warrior apparel, because the 7-6 finish in 2014 was anything but Tiger-like.

LaxFilmRoom Preview: No. 1 Syracuse vs. No. 2 Notre Dame
Syracuse’s Ben Williams has been getting all the attention and, while he is a threat to score, in this game the advantage he brings to the Orange lies more in his ability to simply win the face-off and generate possessions.

DI Men's Player of the Year Watch, March 26
Lyle leads the way.

Hoyas Head to Denver with Newfound Confidence
Kevin Warne might not have been Georgetown's first choice to replace coach Dave Urick. But when Urick retired in the summer of 2012 with 223 wins, Warne, John Tillman's former defensive lieutenant at Maryland, was more than happy when the call came.

Weekend Preview Podcast: No. 1 vs. No. 2 in South Bend
It doesn't get better than No. 1 vs. No. 2, right? That's what will play itself out in South Bend on Saturday when the top-ranked Syracuse men travel for their first true road game of the season to face second-ranked Notre Dame.

Is Kavanagh's Clutch History the Key for Notre Dame?
When you're the guy who takes all the big shots, the highlights and game-winners start to get a little fuzzy.

Lifestyles: Bob Woodruff on the Home Front
Bob Woodruff, the ABC News anchor who was wounded by a roadside bomb while reporting in Iraq, played lacrosse at Colgate in the 1970s and was the team's career leader with 131 goals until Peter Baum broke the mark in 2012.

Big East Power Rankings: Setting the Stage!
t’s now the middle of the college lacrosse season, and with it came the first conference match up in the Big East.

N-C-double "eh?": Law of Averages
Welcome back to the latest installment of our continued coverage of Canadians playing D1 lacrosse.

Ivy League Power Rankings: Throw Out the Records
Cornell did not score the entire second half (or either of the first two overtimes).

Second Year Success Story: No Sophomore Slump For BU
When Ryan Polley was hired to be the inaugural Boston University men’s lacrosse coach, his original plan was simple: get better and show consistent improvement year after year while laying the foundation for what could be a successful program over the long term.

New "Golden Domes," New Focus
Notre Dame debuted their new helmet wraps made by Headwrapz on Saturday as well.

Jake Froccaro To Miss The Remainder Of The Men's Lacrosse Season
Froccaro will withdraw from school and return next spring as a junior with two seasons of eligibility.

Marquette looks to rebound from first loss
No. 13/12 Marquette returns to action this weekend against Villanova in a likely battle for Big East tournament position later this spring.

Lacrosse notebook: Catch up on your Big Ten men’s lacrosse teams
Thursday is here, which means it’s time to post my Big Ten men’s lacrosse notebook where I touch on each of the six men’s teams and look ahead to their respective weekends.

Syracuse lacrosse's Tim Barber acclimates to playing on first-line attack heading into Notre Dame matchup
As Kevin Rice dodged past his defender down the right alley, Tim Barber stood by the doorstep and watched.

Bulldogs look to rebound in Ivy play
As students across campus left New Haven two weeks ago for spring break, the men’s lacrosse team was riding a high. With a top-10 national ranking and a perfect 5–0 record, things were looking up for the Bulldogs.

Ohio State men’s lacrosse trying to bounce back against Penn State
During its three-game series over spring break, the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team went 2-1 and broke into the Inside Lacrosse top 20 at No. 15, but immediately returned to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center for what the players call "truth day."

UMBC men's lacrosse welcomes 11-goal output in Tuesday's game
UMBC waded through the first seven games before finally scoring in double-digits in Tuesday night’s 11-8 victory over visiting Mount St. Mary’s. That challenge was not lost on players like redshirt senior attackman Conor Finch.

Penn State men’s lacrosse begins new era as it takes No. 16 Ohio State first Big Ten lacrosse
When the Nittany Lions take the turf on Sunday, they will lay claim to their place in history as part of the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse season.

No. 19 men’s lacrosse takes trip to Navy for Patriot League matchup
Things have been going well for the Boston University men’s lacrosse team, as it has won its past four games, all of which were against formidable opponents. The team will hope to keep things going as they prepare to square off against the United States Naval Academy this Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland.

Men’s lacrosse struggles on offense in 9-5 loss to Drexel
Coming off a heartbreaking last-minute loss to No. 18 Towson on Saturday, the Binghamton men’s lacrosse team had little time to recoup heading into its matchup against Drexel on Tuesday. That short turnaround time lent itself to a season-high 17 turnovers en route to a 9-5 loss for the Bearcats (2-5, 1-0 America East), who were unable to escape the fire of the Dragons (4-5) defense.

BEATS

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