Who are the Top 25 players in collegiate men’s lacrosse?

Analyst Quint Kessenich, the former Johns Hopkins goaltender, gives his take in this story for the Baltimore Sun.

In other headlines from this past week:

 * Pietramala eyes improvement on Hopkins’ attack

* VCU to add women’s lacrosse in 2015-16

* Virginia looks to reload on offense

* Towson player goes from lacrosse field to battlefield and back again

* Army, Michigan to meet in Orange Bowl Classic

* Fairfield has high expectations

* Reigning NJCAA player of year decides on Syracuse

* Wardwell likely to start in goal for SU

* Atlantic Sun Conference to add men’s lacrosse in 2014

* Nearly 3,000 attend USC women’s first game as a D-I program

* Tristate recruiting commitment stories

* News & notes archive

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Links to 2013 men’s and women’s collegiate and boys and girls high school schedules.

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* 2012 Fall Signing Week story/photo archive

* Updated tristate recruiting review and commitment rundown (for classes of 2013, ’14 and ’15)

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