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Lacrosse the Internet: April 20, 2015

Hello, internet.

Only a few more weekends left, you guys.


Syracuse Lacrosse: ACC Tournament Seedings All Set
The Syracuse Orange will play the no. 2 seed UNC in the ACC Tournament, in a much anticipated rematch. Notre Dame will be the no. 1 seed and take on Duke in another great game.

Sunday Post: Holy Cross Takes Heart
A 12-10 victory over Boston University on Friday night gave Holy Cross three Patriot League wins for the first time in program history. A few minutes after the game ended, however, came the bad news.

Reaction, Photos, Highlights: No. 1 Notre Dame 15, No. 2 North Carolina 14
a1. The Penalty In one of the more entertaining games of the 2015 season, No. 1 Notre Dame slipped by No. 2 North Carolina, 15-14. Competitive throughout, the game ended after a controversial play that will be the talk of lacrosse circles for the next few days.

Reaction, Video: No. 10 Virginia 12, No. 13 Georgetown 9
No. 10 Virginia started off slowly but used a seven-goal scoring stretch to beat No. 13 Georgetown, 12-9.

Analysis: No. 14 Brown 15, No. 9 Cornell 6
No. 14 Brown dealt a humbling 15-6 blow to Ivy League foe and No. 9 Cornell at Stevenson Field. The race to host the Ivy League tournament has turned into a sprint as a result of this game, but the game itself was decided by tempo, goaltending and groundball play.

Reaction: No. 3 Maryland 10, No. 11 Ohio State 9, OT
It’s hard to pick a moment that the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins turned a four-goal loss into an overtime, 10-9 victory over the No. 11 Ohio State Buckeyes.

Photos, Reaction: Hofstra 9, No. 12 Towson 2
Looking to play spoiler on Towson’s Senior Day, Hofstra beat the Tigers at their own game, using stifling defense to earn a 9-2 win.

Carlson Caps Late Maryland Rally at Ohio State
Trailing the entire game, the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins (12-1, 4-0) staged a late comeback as they erased a 9-5 deficit before ending it in overtime to walk away with the 10-9 win against the No. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-4, 3-1).

Hofstra Upset of Towson Swung on a Busted String
Hofstra's 9-2 upset of Towson on Saturday afternoon, in a way, hung on a string.

Notre Dame Clinches ACC Crown in Wild Win Over UNC
Sergio Perkovic rivaled Everett Golson in popularity Saturday.

Eighth-ranked UAlbany lacrosse tops No. 7 Yale
The largest home crowd in University at Albany men's lacrosse history came Saturday night to watch a match between two top 10 programs that the Great Danes might not have won a year ago.

The Quinnipiac Chronicle Men’s lacrosse tops Monmouth
Following a 9-7 victory at Canisius in its last game, the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team (4-7, 3-2 MAAC) looked set to clinch a trip to the MAAC Tournament on Saturday. First, they had to go through Monmouth (5-6, 2-2 MAAC).

Duke lacrosse downs No. 15 Marquette 15-8
Despite a late rally from the home squad, the Blue Devils dominated the Golden Eagles from start to finish for the third time in as many seasons.

Matchups set for Patriot League men's lacrosse tourney
The Navy men's lacrosse team will play host to the 2015 Patriot League Championship at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Friday, April 24 and Sunday, April 26 after the Mids earned a share of the regular-season crown and received the No. 1 seed by way of a 7-6 victory over co-champion Colgate on March 21 in Hamilton, N.Y.

Baptiste's dominance in faceoffs carries Denver past Providence
Thanks to another masterful performance by freshman Trevor Baptiste, another slow start led to another strong finish for the University of Denver men's lacrosse team Saturday.


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