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Courtesy: America East Communications

 

 

 

By virtue of Stony Brook's win over Binghamton on Saturday night, Albany (11-1, 4-0 America East) has clinched the top seed and the right to host the 2007 America East Men's Lacrosse Championship on May 3 and 5.

 

The four-team tournament will get underway on Thursday, May 3 with semifinal action at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. The title game will be played on Saturday, May 5 at 1 p.m.

 

UMBC (8-4, 3-1) and Binghamton (3-8, 2-2) have both also clinched berths to the conference tourney, but their seedings are to be determined.

 

Stony Brook (7-3, 2-2) and Hartford (2-11, 1-3) are vying for the fourth spot in the tournament. By virture of their head-to-head win over the Seawolves, the Hawks can earn the final bid to the tourney with a win on Saturday over Vermont AND a victory by UMBC over Stony Brook.

 

The Seawolves control their own destiny as a win over UMBC would solidify their spot in the tournament. Hartford's only way to get in is if the above scenario holds true.

 

Complete tie-breaking procedures are listed below. Stay tuned to AmericaEast.com on the final day of the regular-season, Saturday, April 28, as the playoff scenarios unfold.

 

 

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The temporary bleachers have been delivered and are being assembled this afternoon.

 

Some snow fences have been placed around the seats on the hill - are they trying to establish crowd control so they can charge admission?

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Danes turn focus to tournament title - Times-Union

 

Team will wear gold jerseys tonight. Queener, Levine and two defensemen back from injuries.

 

Fallon Field with full bleachers at night would be a great photo-op for some student in the penthouse of Mohawk Tower tonight. Or for the content manager of the University web site, to replace the picture of Varsity Field for lacrosse.

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UAlbany beats UMBC by one goal, 15-14.

 

Close one!

 

 

That was an exciting match!! A little too close at the end there, especially considering UMBC scored 6 times in the 4th, but so what --- a win is a win!

 

Yesterday's game was the first LAX match that I've seen in my life, and I really enjoyed it! If there is anyone else on this forum that also has not seen a LAX game, I encourage you to try to catch one, whether it be the playoffs this year or a game next year. The action is fast, and it's not a very complicated game to figure out because many of the rules are same, or close to the same, rules that you will see in other sports (i.e., out-of-bounds).

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