Apparently August is a slow moth for Joe Lunardi and company over at ESPN, because here we are looking at some entirely-too-early projections for next year. Virginia is listed as among the first four out.
2012 Recruiting Issue: Power 100 Freshmen | InsideLacrosse.com
Inside Lacrosse announced its 2012 Recruiting Issue Power 100 Freshmen, which figures three Hoos in the Top 10 alone.
Eulogizing the 2012 College Lacrosse Season: (10) Virginia | College Crosse
Virginia had a good season in 2012, but Virginia lacrosse is better than simply having good seasons. Here are words about their effort. Priority One for 2013? Finding an offensive identity that doesn't include Steele Stanwick.
Virginia’s offense hopes points will match production this year | Cavaliers Journal - The Washington Post
Virginia’s offensive scheme came into its own in 2011 as the Cavaliers averaged nearly 400 yards per game, fourth best in the ACC. All that production, though, didn’t help the scoreboard as much as it should have. Virginia finished the year ninth in the conference at 23.2 points per contest.
Sims: I'm doing everything I'm asked to do | CavsCorner.com
CavsCorner sat down with Phillip Sims. "I'm just coming out here everyday and doing what I'm asked to do. If that's what gets me the starting job, so be it. But I haven't talked to anybody about anything as far as the competition right now."