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The clinching play of so many postseason lacrosse games is a last-second goal, a stunning save or even a faceoff to lock up possession to burn off the clock. Virginia defensive midfielder Chris LaPierre tried something different Sunday.
The most striking sight at the peak of the incline on the walk into Klockner Stadium isn't the flags heralding Virginia's lacrosse championships. Nor is it an often-packed grandstand.
Prudent shot selection served Maryland well in its upset at Johns Hopkins last week.
Johns Hopkins continued its year of firsts-in-a-long-while Saturday. It will find itself as the nation's new No. 1 team as a result.
Rob Fortunato understood there would be competition at whichever elite Division I program he opted to attend.
A nagging foot injury prevented Virginia attackman Steele Stanwick from playing the way he liked throughout the spring.
This month, as the vaunted Virginia lacrosse program suffered an atypical plunge, midfielder Colin Briggs recalled redshirt senior Todd Faiella (who began his career at Brown) standing in front of the Cavaliers and offering a message: