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Orange::44: Cue The Crying Child...
And just like that the lacrosse season is over. No threepeat.

Faceoff: Impact from Sunday's surprises - The Baltimore Sun’s blog devoted to college and high school lacrosse - baltimoresun.com
Syracuse (13-2), which was attempting to join the 1978-80 Johns Hopkins teams, the 1988-90 Syracuse squads and the 1996-98 Princeton teams as the only squads to capture three straight national titles, became the fourth reigning champion to fall in the first round.

FizzCast: SU’s Historic Lax Lapse : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Listen to Team Fizz try to pick up the pieces to one of the worst moments in program history with a fresh FizzCast.

Army: For SU, the great lacrosse nemesis |
The Orange may have more celebrated rivalries with schools like Virginia and Johns Hopkins, but Army - over an extended period - may be the biggest source of woe in the celestial history of SU lacrosse. The reason has always been the same: Army's disciplined, punishing brand of lacrosse is ideal for gumming up the fast-paced Orange system.

Strange things can (and do) happen in the world of sports, which is why we watch |
It’s been suggested thousands of time (hundreds by me, alone) that the glory of sports is found in their unpredictability. Usually, overwhelmingly, the best teams do win, which means that more often than not form holds. But not always.

Daily Orange - Commencement 2010 | Dimon outlines importance of accountability
Despite the protests leading up to the ceremony, students remained calm and respectful during Dimon’s speech. A group of students had led a campaign for students to take off their graduation robes during Dimon’s speech, but only five to ten graduates did so. Throughout most of his speech, Dimon captured the audience and was even stopped a few times by rounds of applause.

A Special Balls Deep Message To The Class Of 2010 - Drew magary graduation speech - Deadspin
Graduations are a ruse, designed to convince parents that the $50,000 a year they spent for you to be a psychology major was worth the money. Graduation speakers act like every student in the audience wants to change the world and CAN. Both of these things are lies.

After a 13-1 regular season the Orange's year came to an abrupt end today at the hands of the Black Knights. Devin Lynch found the back of the cage to send Army to the second round. CitrusTV's Scott Grodsky reports.