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Lacrosse the Internet: June 1, 2015

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It's June, yo!

Theory: queso dip is the grease that keeps the social compact moving.

STORIES

Attendance Figures for the NCAA Men's Div. I Championship
Many fans still watch the Men's Division I semifinals and championship in person every year, but attendance has slipped markedly from the peak years. For the "final four" event at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia this year, the semifinals drew 29,123 and the championship 24,215 for a total of 53,338. To find a lower figure, one has to go back to 2002 at Rutgers (just before the "big stadium" era began), when 42,829 attended the final three Division I games.

Lambrecht: Parting Thoughts at the Close of the Season
Some parting thoughts with another season in the books.

2015 All Traditional College Lacrosse Awards
It’s time for traditional lovers‘ favorite post of the year: The 2015 All Traditional College Lacrosse Awards!

McAnaney: Assessing the Impact of Denver's Western Win
"Lax is no longer East coast. Thank you, Tierney."

Past season reminded Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey of equally frustrating 2011 campaign
Loyola Maryland coach Charley Toomey has pretty good recall of the past. So when asked to summarize the 2015 season, he didn’t need much time remembering a similar campaign.

Review & preview: Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse
Here is the first installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Monday begins with a visit with Loyola Maryland.

Frei: Denver lacrosse player Wesley Berg's career at DU is done
With tongue in cheek, Wesley Berg was asking for mercy.

A Blue Afternoon
As the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team took the field May 23 to face in-state rival University of Maryland at College Park, the Philadelphia sky’s cloudless canvas mirrored the Bluejays’ Columbia blue uniforms.

BEATS

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