Monthly Archives: March 2011

Michigan(s) Weekend Preview: Colorado State and Arizona State

After a weekend in which Michigan and Michigan State took on the same two opponents in opposite order, they’ll both play Colorado State before Arizona State this time around, with the Wolverines playing on Friday and Saturday, while the Spartans … Continue reading

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Brother Rice 24, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 3

I took in my first high school lacrosse game of the year last night, and… well, maybe I should have picked a better game. OLSM is apparently a little short-handed, with a pair of players out (one, senior attack Doug … Continue reading

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Resume-Based MCLA Top 25

Obviously, there’s going to be some disagreement about this, and I certainly welcome discussion about the top-25. A note on the methodology first: the rankings are based on what the teams have accomplished on the field so far (as displayed … Continue reading

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A Few In-State Media Bits

While I’m working on something else, I thought I’d put up a few points of interest from around the internet: The BC Blog on MCLAFan discusses the Eagles’ recent Michigan trip. Boston College split with Michigan and Michigan State. Photographer … Continue reading

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The Next Level – March 28, 2011

Rounding up the week in Michigan natives’ performances in Division-1 lacrosse. Air Force 7, Denver 14 Tommy McKee (Holt) – Started, but did not accrue any statistics. Bellarmine 17, Presbyterian 7 Ted Avendt (Brother Rice) – Played but did not … Continue reading

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Detroit 8, Jacksonville 10

Opportunity lost. The Titans led 8-6 late in the third quarter, but allowed 4 straight Dolphin goals to close the game, leading to a heartbreaking loss in J-ville. The Titans could have been the MAAC frontrunner, but instead look like … Continue reading

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Michigan 21, UC-Santa Barbara 0

Michigan 9-0, 1-0 CCLA East. The bro doing The Thinker pose in the background is awesome. In my post following the Boston College game, I mentioned that the UCSB players (who attended as spectators) were chirping a lot about how … Continue reading

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