If The Season Ended Today….

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It’s almost May, which means it’s time for endless speculation about who will make the NCAA tournament. We’ve analyzed tournament resumes and have put together our best guess as to what the tournament would look like if the season ended today. Read More…

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Duke Visits Virginia Friday for ACC Lacrosse Showdown

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia Cavaliers (10-1, 2-0 ACC) hold the top spot in the nation, ranking No. 1 this week in the USILA coaches and Nike/Inside Lacrosse media polls. UVa returns home to host the Duke Blue Devils (10-3, 1-1 ACC), who are ranked No. 7 in both the coaches and media polls, and winners of seven straight. Faceoff is set for 6 p.m., inside Klöckner Stadium. The winner will claim the regular season ACC title and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming ACC Championship in Charlottesville. Live stats are available at VirginiaSports.com. Read More…

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ESPNU’s Best Lacrosse Plays from the First Half of the Season

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ESPNU released top plays from the first half of the 2012 season. Relive the best moments, according to ESPNU, by watching this highlight reel. Read More…

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Steele Stanwick’s Amazing One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against the Terps

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Virginia’s Steele Stanwick scored an incredible one-handed goal against Maryland Saturday. After drawing a slide and taking on two defenders, Stanwick somehow managed to get a good look at the goal and score. UVA ended up winning, 12-8. Read More…

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Stylin’ Strings Lax Named Official Stringers & Dye Artists For Virginia Lacrosse, Part 2

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This issue of Stylin’ Strings Lax Customs is Part 2 of our UVA stick series. This round of heads came in after our first consultations with some of the players over their Christmas break. Grab Two Saber’s, Get some Flow, and Twice the Showtime in this five stick rundown special. Read More…

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Game Photos: Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Hoists Doyle Smith Cup After Beating Virginia, 11-10

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Hopkins and Virginia battled for the Doyle Smith Cup this past weekend. UVa won the Doyle Smith Cup the first five seasons it was awarded before losing it at Homewood Field during a 12-11 setback last season. The game is the seventh annual battle for the Doyle Smith Cup, a spoil since 2006 that goes to the regular season winner in the series. Read More…

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The Hardest Lacrosse Hit You’ll See Today

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A big helmet-to-helmet hit in the Johns Hopkins vs. Virginia game last weekend occurred when Blue Jay Rob Guida got bopped by Virginia’s Pat Harbeson. The Referees called it a one minute non-releasable penalty, but Quint Kessenich wanted an ejection. Read More…

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Zach Palmer’s One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against Virginia Is…

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As 412_Lax put it, “Zach Palmer decided to score one handed against UVA. Canadians keeping it casual in Charlottesville.” Palmer and the Jays did work this weekend by beating UVA in overtime. This goal, however, made the lacrosse Gods smile. It’s pure perfection mixed with a lot of creativity. Remember his behind-the-back goal against the Terps last year? Read More…

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All Access with Virginia Lacrosse, Trailer for There and Back

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Follow the University of Virginia’s men’s lacrosse team as it journeys through the 2012 season attempting to reclaim the National Championship, which it achieved in an exciting and unlikely fashion in 2011. This all-access show will provide an inside look into one of the most successful and respected programs in recent memory, led by the NCAA’s all-time winningest Division I lacrosse coach, Dom Starsia. Read More…

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Steele Stanwick Feeds From His Back

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Steele Stanwick gets checked to the ground, cradles, and feeds Mark Cockerton from his back in the first quarter against Cornell Saturday. How does Stanwick do it over-and-over again? He’s one of the smallest people on the feed, yet, has the heart of an 8′ giant. If he’s Orion, then his team is Cedalion. Read More…

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