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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Game Photos: Stanwick and Briggs Lift Cavaliers Past Cornell in Overtime

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BALTIMORE, Md. – Steele Stanwick found Colin Briggs in front of the crease to lift the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (7-0) to a 9-8 overtime win over the No. 3 Cornell Big Red (3-1) in front of 17,138 fans inside M&T Bank Stadium at Saturday’s Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. Virginia is now 4-0 all-time in the Face-Off Classic. Read More…

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Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Coach Dom Starsia is Set to Make $250,000 Annually

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Virginia’s Dom Starsia will make $250,000 in annual compensation thanks to a new five-year contract he surreptitiously signed in January. That is a 64.8 percent raise from the guaranteed allotment he received from his previous contract. He stands to make additional money from team sponsors deBeer Lacrosse and Nike. Read More…

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Virginia’s Rob Emery Rips Game Winner Over Drexel

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Rob Emery took a Colin Briggs pass and ripped it for the game’s final goal with 4:48 left in the contest, lifting the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (1-0) to a season-opening triumph over the No. 20 Drexel Dragons (0-1) on Saturday afternoon, 9-8. Just over three minutes prior, Bobby Hill tallied his first collegiate goal to tie the game, 8-8, in front of an over-capacity crowd of 2,331 inside Vidas Field. Capacity crowd is listed at Vidas Field at 1,500. Read More…

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Stylin’ Strings Lax named Official Stringers & Dye Artists For Virginia Lacrosse

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For this episode of the new season of Stylin’ Strings Customs we wanted to come out of the gate swinging to trump the sticks of last season like the Goalie Houndstooth/Flag & the Inside Out Clover for Jake Byrne. We had some correspondence with someone inside the UVA organization. This developed into trading emails with head coach Dom Starsia. After he viewed the SS Lax website and understood what we do he invited us down for a very anticipated special day with the team. Read More…

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Penn Quakers Announce Doug Knight as Assistant Coach

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PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania’s Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse, Mike Murphy, has announced the hiring of Doug Knight as a member of his staff. Read More…

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UVA Men’s Lacrosse Announces TV Schedule

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s lacrosse team will have eight regular season games, in addition to the ACC Tournament, broadcast on the ESPN family of networks during the 2012 season. The March 4 home game against Syracuse and the road April 7 game at North Carolina highlight the schedule, being televised on the ESPN. Read More…

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