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Daily Cheese: Warrior Hairdos, Gator Victory

Warrior convinces kids to get new haircuts, the Florida Gators just played their way to nationals, plus news & notes as always.

The Warrior Lacrosse clipping crew was in full effect at the ESPNU Warrior Classic this weekend in Connecticut.

Free gear if I let you cut my hair? You got it. Kids these days…

Also, box helmets anyone?


The Florida Gators swept the SELC playoffs, even after entering this weekend as the #8 seed. Why were they ranked last? Nobody knows.

Check out the trophy:



– Navy ends 36-game lacrosse losing streak to Johns Hopkins with 9-8 overtime win [Washington Post]

– Stony Brook defeats Albany, 15-0 [Newsday]

– Cornell’s lacrosse loss blurs Ivy League picture [PressConnects]

– Former Duke lacrosse player finds redemption [Fox Sports]

– St. John’s Lacrosse Drops 13-6 Decision To Notre Dame [STJ News]

– Florida: Saint Andrew’s, Vero Beach capture Florida State Championships [InsideLacrosse]

– Washington: Lacrosse As A Sanctioned Sport Is Proposed By WIAA [LaxBuzz]

– Blazers and Bandits score the NLL’s last two playoff spots [Examiner]

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