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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Rob Emery
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.
Virginia's personnel changed dramatically as its uneven lacrosse season unfolded.
The mood in the stands at Virginia's Klockner Stadium had gone from boisterous enthusiasm to a nervous energy. It was a brisk, windy February afternoon, but more than 3,000 fans — many who had to skip work or leave early to make the 5 p.m. start — were there to see the top-ranked Cavaliers open the 2011 men's lacrosse season. They were there to watch the start of a championship run, to see the UVa. seniors, the sport's "Greatest Recruiting Class Ever," secure its legacy
"I think it's really defined our team," midfielder Rob Emery said. "We really changed our style of play. Before, we were coming off the top and there was a lot of [isolation] and midfield dodges. Now, it's ball movement. It's opened up a whole new set of opportunities and we've really been capitalizing on them."
"That and the second quarter of the Cornell game, I felt those runs were very similar," midfielder Rob Emery said. "It was like we couldn't miss. It was unbelievable."