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Lacrosse the Internet: May 20, 2015

We're *thisclose* to lacrosse.

Is an event horizon the moment before you put suicide wings in your mouth?


Tuesdays with Corey: Final Four Storylines to Watch
Nearly four months after the official start of the NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse season, the field for a potential national champion has been whittled down to four teams. Top-seeded Notre Dame faces fourth-seeded Denver at 1 p.m. Saturday in the first of two national semifinals to be held at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Unseeded Johns Hopkins plays sixth-seeded Maryland immediately following. The winners tangle at 1 p.m. on Memorial Day for the national title. There are plenty of storylines ponder in the meantime. All games will air live on ESPN2.

Defense for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse peaking at right time
Putting away No. 2 seed Syracuse was never going to be easy for Johns Hopkins. The Blue Jays endured some queasy stomachs and sweaty palms during the Orange’s seven-goal fourth quarter before securing a 16-15 win in Sunday’s NCAA tournament quarterfinal at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.

College lacrosse Final Four, from A to Z
Four teams remain in this year's NCAA men's lacrosse tournament, each teeming with its own story lines.

13 Johns Hopkins senior athletes receive degrees early in special ceremony
Thirteen Johns Hopkins University senior athletes, including 10 members of the Final Four-bound Hopkins men's lacrosse team, received their diplomas during a special ceremony Tuesday afternoon, two days earlier than the rest of the Class of 2015.

News, notes from Tuesday's Division I men's lacrosse conference call
Coaches for No. 1 seed Notre Dame, No. 4 seed Denver, No. 6 seed Maryland and Johns Hopkins participated in a conference call Tuesday morning prior to Saturday’s semifinals of the NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse tournament at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Former Westchester Varsity Lacrosse Stars Help Notre Dame Make Final Four
Pelham Memorial High grad Matt Landis played a huge role Sunday for Notre Dame in helping the Irish advance to the NCAA men’s lacrosse Final Four without scoring a goal.

Lyle Thompson's Legacy and ND as NCAA Favorite
On Saturday, the University at Albany men’s lacrosse season ended with a 14-10 loss to Notre Dame in the NCAA quarterfinal.


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