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Lacrosse the Internet: May 19, 2015

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Sector SPDRs May Madness: Second Midfield Gives Momentum to Maryland, Hopkins
The Johns Hopkins second midfield of sophomores Cody Radziewicz, Kieran Eissler and John Crawley was on the field for seven goals in a 16-15 victory over Syracuse in an NCAA Quarterfinal on Sunday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Who's Next? Why Not USC?
One of D1 men's lax fans' favorite topics for speculation is always "who's next?" Which schools--and, especially, which Power 5 conference schools, are likeliest to add the sport. People talk about Boston College, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech, ACC members with thriving club programs. People look wistfully at East Lansing, Raleigh, and Durham, NH, formerly home to solid D1 programs. People look longingly at the five Pac-12 schools that currently sponsor D1 women's lacrosse.

Syracuse Lacrosse Roundtable: Another Early NCAA Exit Edition
In the wake of Syracuse's upset loss to Hopkins in the NCAA Quarterfinals, the TNIAAM crew tries to separate fact from fiction in discussions about where the program goes from here.

Congressional Resolution Introduced for National Lacrosse Month
Already one of the busiest months of the lacrosse season, the month of May could also receive a new official designation in the near future: national lacrosse month. Maryland Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger is serving as one of the key sponsors of a Congressional resolution to make that happen and introduced the resolution Friday in the U.S. House of Representatives.

ICYMI: Mental Toughness Defines NCAA Final Four
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USILA Division I, II, and III Scholar All-Americans for 2015
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association has announced its Scholar All-Americans for 2015 in Divisions I, II, and III.

Recruiting: Michigan QB prospect chooses football over lacrosse
The 6-3, 183-pounder made an early commitment to play lacrosse at Notre Dame, and despite the attention he was receiving on the football field, remained steadfast in his Irish pledge. As the football attention increased, however, he finally made the choice to switch sports.

Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Paul Carcaterra
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra served as sideline reporter for the network’s coverage of the NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinals at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Sunday. Carcaterra, the former Syracuse midfielder who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, discussed the results from Sunday and Saturday’s quarterfinals at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver.

Video: DU lacrosse coach on his team’s trip to the NCAA Final Four
Coach Bill Tierney spent time with FOX31 Denver’s Raul Martinez after DU overcame a 7-1 deficit to beat Ohio State and earn a berth to the Final Four.

Johns Hopkins, Maryland will meet in unlikely men's lacrosse semifinal
Johns Hopkins and Maryland have differing perspectives on their berths in the NCAA Division I tournament semifinals.

Ohio State men’s lacrosse’s postseason run ends in 15-13 loss at Denver
On Saturday, the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team ended its 2015 campaign with a loss to the No. 4 Denver Pioneers, 15-13, in the NCAA quarterfinals.


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