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Night-and-day difference in men's semifinal games

Four teams. One goal. Quint Kessenich takes a look at what to expect during the men's lacrosse championship weekend in Baltimore.

Updated: May 26, 2007, 9:33 PM ET
By Quint Kessenich | ESPN.com

BALTIMORE -- Saturday's NCAA semifinal games couldn't have been more different.

In the first game, Johns Hopkins controlled the pace of play from the start. The Blue Jays kept Delaware from settling into its game and prevented the unseeded Blue Hens from running and scoring in transition. Delaware shot a measly 3-for-37 and missed the goal 24 times. You aren't going to beat a quality opponent when you miss the goal that much.

All eight of Hopkins' goals were unassisted; the Blue Jays ...

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