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  • • Promising Ivy League Lacrosse Season Comes to Abrupt and Painful End
    Gerry Byrne sympathizes with seasons suddenly lost. Notre Dame even had a playbook, of sorts, when it came to abrupt and unsatisfying endings and locker rooms full of virile 18- to 22-year-old young men reduced to tears. The Fighting Irish advanced to the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament every year during Byrne’s 13 seasons as an assistant coach, making it to the championship weekend four times and ...2020
  • • Tewaaraton Award announces 2020 men's and women's lacrosse watch lists
    The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the 2020 Tewaaraton Award men’s and women’s watch lists that includes the top players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse....2020
  • • MLL Spotlight: Dylan Molloy
    Boston, M A- Dylan Molloy is simply one of the best lacrosse players in recent memory. From winning the Tewaaraton Award in 2016 as the nation's best ... - MLL New York Lizards...2019
  • • The 2019 women's Tewaaraton Award finalists are revealed
    Boston College's Sam Apuzzo headlines the 2019 women's Tewaaraton Award finalists....2019
  • • Tewaaraton Announces Men’s And Women’s Nominees
    Tewaaraton Announces Men’s And Women’s Nominees The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the men’s and women’s nominees for the 2019 Tewaaraton Award. The Tewaaraton Award is recognized as the pre-eminent lacrosse award, annually honoring the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. “This is a remarkable accomplishment for these student-athletes,” said Jeffrey H...2019
  • • Ron Patterson: The Stick Maker's Perspective
    This article, as told to Matt Hamilton, appears in the April edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, which includes a special 10-page section featuring faces and voices of the Native American lacrosse community. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. I lived up at the Seneca Indian Reservation. I’m actually Oneida, but I lived with the Senecas in the Wolf Clan. In our socie...2019
  • • Photo Gallery: Boston College at Navy (NCAA Women)
    Reigning Tewaaraton Award winner Sam Apuzzo had a dominant performance with eight goals, two assists and 12 draw controls as No. 1 Boston College snapped Navy's four-game winning streak with an 18-5 victory in Annapolis. Dempsey Arsenault added three goals and three assists for the Eagles and Abbey Ngai made 12 saves for the third straight game. Kelly Larkin scored twice for Navy. Photos by John S...2019
  • • Tewaaraton Watch List: 2019 List Announced
    Tewaaraton Watch List: 2019 List Announced The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the 2019 Tewaaraton Award men’s and women’s watch lists. The lists include the top players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse and highlight the early contenders for the 2019 Tewaaraton Award. Among the 2019 watch list returnees are 2018 Tewaaraton winner Samantha Apuzzo (Boston College) and 2017 and 2018 [&...2019
  • • Pat Spencer: ADVNC Lacrosse Podcast, Ep. 7
    Pat Spencer: ADVNC Lacrosse Podcast, Ep. 7 ADVNC Founder & CEO Chris Rotelli welcomes Loyola University (MD) senior attackman Pat Spencer to the show. Spencer is one of the premier players in NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse.  A two-time Tewaaraton Award finalist, Spencer is viewed by many as the favorite to win the prestigious award in 2019. Chris & Pat discuss the […] Lacrosse ...2019
  • • Time To Fly: Only an NCAA Title Will Do for Boston College
    Acacia Walker-Weinstein has a cold. It’s bad enough that Walker-Weinstein is headed home for the day, even though it’s barely noon. These are not the normal working hours of a Division I head coach chasing a third straight national championship game. Long days, late nights and lost weekends are more the norm. But it’s only mid-November, and Boston College’s fall ball season is behind her and it’s ...2019

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  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Miller Eyes a Good Challenge as Boston College's Go-To Matchup Defender
    Elizabeth Miller was surprised by a congratulatory text from her mom on May 1. Miller, the Boston College junior defender, had been named the ACC Defender Player of the Year. “It was posted on Twitter and my mom saw it,” Miller said. “It was cool.” Miller was shocked to receive the award, but she’s proven in her third season as a starter that she is a dominant defender for one of the best defenses...2018
  • • From Recruited Walk-On to Tewaaraton Finalist, Gaudian Anchors JMU
    Kristen Gaudian was given the last spot in James Madison’s Class of 2018. Fast forward five years and the JMU senior attacker is one of five finalists for the women’s Tewaaraton Trophy. “It was pretty awesome,” Gaudian said. “I really was not expecting that. I actually looked at my phone to get a text message and saw a woman from the Tewaaraton Foundation was trying to get me to call them. I was a...2018
  • • Greg Gurenlian and Trevor Baptiste, the Master and the Apprentice
    This article appears in the May/June edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. I t usually begins with a text message from Trevor Baptiste, something like this: “Hey guys, what’s up? Want to take some reps?” But when you’ve taken — and won — as many faceoffs as Greg Gurenlian has, you know when enough is enough. “I’m too old for that,” t...2018
  • Women's lacrosse notebook: Maryland picks up transfer in high-scoring midfielder Erica Evans
    • Women's lacrosse notebook: Maryland picks up transfer in high-scoring midfielder Erica Evans
    The Maryland’s women’s lacrosse team picked up a major transfer for next season in former Canisius midfielder Erica Evans, one of 25 Tewaaraton Award semifinalists a year ago. Evans, who suffered a season-ending ACL injury in the fall, had 186 goals and 60 assists in three seasons at Canisius,......2018
  • • 'Good Isn't Good Enough' for Preseason Player of Year Kylie Ohlmiller
    Among the 7,127 in attendance at the 2012 NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse championship at Stony Brook’s Kenneth P. LaValle stadium were two young sisters watching in awe as Northwestern earned its seventh national title with an 8-6 win over Syracuse. The Ohlmiller sisters, 10th-grader Kylie and eighth-grader Taryn, who would soon play together at Islip (N.Y.) High School and later Stony Brook, to...2018
  • • Handicapping the Race for the Heisman of Lacrosse
    How much does postseason performance matter in determining the Tewaaraton Award winner? Do full-time or full-field players have an edge over specialists? What’s more important, gaudy stats or an athlete’s value to his or her team? Are they mutually exclusive? Does class matter? All of these questions will linger for another 24 hours. Then they will be answered. The Tewaaraton Foundation will host ...2017
  • • Live By the Sword, Die By the Sword
    When Lars Tiffany left Brown to take over the men’s lacrosse program at Virginia nearly a year ago, Tiffany promised more of the same. He vowed to continue the up-and-down, run-and-gun, transition-fueled style of lacrosse that had reaped huge dividends in Providence, where last year’s Brown Bears took that style and ran with it — nearly all the way to the school’s first-ever Division I championshi...2017
  • • Dylan Molloy: The Rehab, the New Regime and the Season Ahead
    I nitially, there was the scooter. As Brown attackman Dylan Molloy began to work his way back from the broken foot he famously played on in last year’s NCAA men’s lacrosse semifinals, his hopes for a rapid recovery were a tad optimistic. “It was very exciting,” Molloy said. “At first, I thought I was going right into a boot.” Not so fast. Last year’s Tewaaraton winner spent his summer rising at 5 ...2017

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  • • Time To Fly: Only an NCAA Title Will Do for Boston College
    Acacia Walker-Weinstein has a cold. It’s bad enough that Walker-Weinstein is headed home for the day, even though it’s barely noon. These are not the normal working hours of a Division I head coach chasing a third straight national championship game. Long days, late nights and lost weekends are more the norm. But it’s only mid-November, and Boston College’s fall ball season is behind her and it’s ...2019
  • • ‘We’re National Champs, Dude!’ Yale Finally Reaches Peak of College Lacrosse
    The ground ball battle lasted just over 10 seconds. It felt like 10 years. Jerry O’Connor, a senior defenseman for the Yale men’s lacrosse team, stripped Duke superstar Justin Guterding of the ball, initiating a scrum as the seconds ticked off the clock May 28 at Gillette Stadium. The Bulldogs, up 13-11, kept chipping away. Chris Keating and Jason Alessi both attempted to scoop the ball, instead t...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Miller Eyes a Good Challenge as Boston College's Go-To Matchup Defender
    Elizabeth Miller was surprised by a congratulatory text from her mom on May 1. Miller, the Boston College junior defender, had been named the ACC Defender Player of the Year. “It was posted on Twitter and my mom saw it,” Miller said. “It was cool.” Miller was shocked to receive the award, but she’s proven in her third season as a starter that she is a dominant defender for one of the best defenses...2018
  • • Maryland's Hartshorn on Pace to Pass Cummings' Career Draw Control Mark
    Kali Hartshorn was not expecting to take the draw control for Maryland last year. The Terps were wide open for options and she emerged. “We kind of just threw her into that role,” said Maryland coach Cathy Reese. “This comes on the heels of Taylor Cummings taking the draw for us for four years. Kali stepped in as a freshman and embraced it and went with it.” Not only did Hartshorn replace the thre...2018
  • • From Recruited Walk-On to Tewaaraton Finalist, Gaudian Anchors JMU
    Kristen Gaudian was given the last spot in James Madison’s Class of 2018. Fast forward five years and the JMU senior attacker is one of five finalists for the women’s Tewaaraton Trophy. “It was pretty awesome,” Gaudian said. “I really was not expecting that. I actually looked at my phone to get a text message and saw a woman from the Tewaaraton Foundation was trying to get me to call them. I was a...2018
  • • The Faces and Voices of the Black Lacrosse Community
    “We as a community have to do better.” Kyle Harrison, one of the most recognizable black lacrosse players in history, tweeted these words Jan. 10 while he was in Hong Kong. Halfway around the world, here in the U.S., the lacrosse community was reeling from a couple of ugly incidents on social media — one in which a high school boy referred to a team of mostly minority players as convicts and anoth...2018
  • • 'Good Isn't Good Enough' for Preseason Player of Year Kylie Ohlmiller
    Among the 7,127 in attendance at the 2012 NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse championship at Stony Brook’s Kenneth P. LaValle stadium were two young sisters watching in awe as Northwestern earned its seventh national title with an 8-6 win over Syracuse. The Ohlmiller sisters, 10th-grader Kylie and eighth-grader Taryn, who would soon play together at Islip (N.Y.) High School and later Stony Brook, to...2018
  • • Mission Accomplished: Maryland Ends 42-Year Title Drought
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — There was still about a minute to play after Maryland midfielder Tim Rotanz fired into an empty net for an insurance goal. For all of his team’s in-the-moment discipline, sophomore defenseman Curtis Corley offered a preview of the celebration the Terrapins were about to enjoy. “When you look back at the film and see Rotanz throw that ball in, I actually threw my stick in the ai...2017

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  • • BC Expects Sam Apuzzo to be Even Better in 2019
    This article appears in the January edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. While most people spend Thanksgiving looking back on a great year, Boston College senior Sam Apuzzo spent time around the holiday looking to her future. Also, she was warmer than most of her friends While a cold snap hit most of the Northeast in late November, Apuzzo was one of s...2019
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Maryland's Hartshorn on Pace to Pass Cummings' Career Draw Control Mark
    Kali Hartshorn was not expecting to take the draw control for Maryland last year. The Terps were wide open for options and she emerged. “We kind of just threw her into that role,” said Maryland coach Cathy Reese. “This comes on the heels of Taylor Cummings taking the draw for us for four years. Kali stepped in as a freshman and embraced it and went with it.” Not only did Hartshorn replace the thre...2018
  • • Guterding the Latest in Line of Transcendent Duke Attackmen
    DURHAM, N.C. — It’s almost exactly 400 miles from Philadelphia’s Franklin Field to Duke’s Koskinen Stadium, which meant the Blue Devils’ bus ride back from a loss to Penn in late February felt like an eternity. Justin Guterding sat down, rarely bothering to mutter anything as Saturday segued into Sunday, but he was thinking. About how one play could have changed the outcome of a 10-9 loss. About t...2018
  • • From Recruited Walk-On to Tewaaraton Finalist, Gaudian Anchors JMU
    Kristen Gaudian was given the last spot in James Madison’s Class of 2018. Fast forward five years and the JMU senior attacker is one of five finalists for the women’s Tewaaraton Trophy. “It was pretty awesome,” Gaudian said. “I really was not expecting that. I actually looked at my phone to get a text message and saw a woman from the Tewaaraton Foundation was trying to get me to call them. I was a...2018
  • • Greg Gurenlian and Trevor Baptiste, the Master and the Apprentice
    This article appears in the May/June edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. I t usually begins with a text message from Trevor Baptiste, something like this: “Hey guys, what’s up? Want to take some reps?” But when you’ve taken — and won — as many faceoffs as Greg Gurenlian has, you know when enough is enough. “I’m too old for that,” t...2018
  • • Apuzzo's 'Unorthodox Dominance' Leads Undefeated Boston College
    Sam Apuzzo is at her best when she feels comfortable, yet she’s having her best season when she’s been made somewhat uncomfortable. This year, the quiet Boston College junior attacker was asked by head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein to transform into a more vocal leader. “Coming in this year, I’m not going to lie, I’m pretty shy and pretty soft-spoken, so being that big communicator on offense has ...2018
  • • Handicapping the Race for the Heisman of Lacrosse
    How much does postseason performance matter in determining the Tewaaraton Award winner? Do full-time or full-field players have an edge over specialists? What’s more important, gaudy stats or an athlete’s value to his or her team? Are they mutually exclusive? Does class matter? All of these questions will linger for another 24 hours. Then they will be answered. The Tewaaraton Foundation will host ...2017
  • • Connor Fields Is Albany's Latest Showstopper
    J.D. Colarusso, the redshirt junior goalie at the University of Albany, is grateful he only has to take the abuse from Connor Fields on the practice field. On game days, Colarusso is treated to a decidedly more pleasing view. He gets to watch Fields, the 5-foot-11, 160-pound junior lefty and undisputed leader of the most prolific offense in Division I, do his thing at the expense of opposing defen...2017

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  • • Ron Patterson: The Stick Maker's Perspective
    2019
  • • Time To Fly: Only an NCAA Title Will Do for Boston College
    2019
  • • ‘We’re National Champs, Dude!’ Yale Finally Reaches Peak of College Lacrosse
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • From Recruited Walk-On to Tewaaraton Finalist, Gaudian Anchors JMU
    2018
  • • Greg Gurenlian and Trevor Baptiste, the Master and the Apprentice
    2018
  • • 'Where are the Rest of the Black People?' Kyle Harrison, Agent of Change
    This article, as told to Matt Hamilton, appears in the April edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, which includes a special 12-page section featuring faces and voices of the black lacrosse community. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. Growing up, obviously I noticed that I was the only black pair of legs running around on the field. That was a given. The thing that wa...2018
  • • Grace Griffin Provides Spark in College Park as Terps' Lone Starting Freshman
    Grace Griffin picked a perfect time for a breakout game offensively. The only freshman in the Maryland starting lineup scored a career-high four goals and added an assist to lead the No. 3 Terps over its second undefeated team last week, then-No. 2 James Madison, by a 15-12 count on Saturday, two days after they toppled then-No. 7 Penn. “It was one of those ah-ha moments where you’re like, I belon...2018
  • • The Faces and Voices of the Black Lacrosse Community
    2018

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  • • Third Time’s the Charm for All-Time Great Taylor Cummings
    Maryland senior Taylor Cummings made history Thursday night, becoming the first-ever three-time recipient, male or female, of the Tewaaraton Award....2016
  • • You Know It: Cummings Repeats as Tewaaraton Winner
    Junior midfielder Taylor Cummings became Maryland's second two-time recipient of the Tewaaraton Award Thursday night, joining Lyle Thompson as the first duo to repeat as winners....2015
  • • Standing Out: Dylan Molloy's Big Tewaaraton Night
    Dylan Molloy, just two days removed from surgery to repair a broken foot, accepted the Tewaaraton Award on Thursday night in Washington D.C....2016
  • • Promising Ivy League Lacrosse Season Comes to Abrupt and Painful End
    2020
  • • 30 in 30: Who are the Way Early Tewaaraton Candidates?
    To kick off our 30 in 30 fall ball series, let's take a look at the top female candidates for the Tewaaraton Award. Could Maryland midfielder Taylor Cummings become the first three-time recipient?...2015
  • • Terps' Taylor Cummings becomes first three-time Tewaaraton Award winner
    Brown's Dylan Molloy wins men's Tewaaraton....2016
  • • Brown's Molloy Out for Quarterfinal with Foot Injury
    The Tewaaraton Award front-runner has a broken foot and won't play in Brown's quarterfinal matchup with Navy on Saturday....2016
  • • Tewaaraton Award announces 2020 men's and women's lacrosse watch lists
    2020
  • • Blaze Riorden, Cummings Up for ESPY Awards
    At the ESPY’s this year, it’s Big-Game Blaze vs. ODB and Taylor Cummings against the field. The Albany goalie's end-to-end rumble and lacrosse's two-time Tewaaraton Award winner are nominated for awards....2015
  • • Your Edge: Pick-and-Roll with BC's Sarah Mannelly
    Learn how Tewaaraton Award finalist Sarah Mannelly became the unsung hero of the powerful Boston College offense....2015

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  • • Meet Mike Daly, The Coach Who Never Played Lacrosse
    M ike Daly, tall, Irish and carrying the sturdy body of a 44-year-old former football and baseball player, usually invokes the irony of his life’s work at least once a year — with a line of self-deprecating yet incisive humor directed at the group of 18- to 22-year-olds sitting before him. “But what do I know?” he’ll deadpan in a darkened team film room. “I never played lacrosse.” Perhaps he’s jus...2017

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  • • Promising Ivy League Lacrosse Season Comes to Abrupt and Painful End
    2020
  • • Time To Fly: Only an NCAA Title Will Do for Boston College
    2019
  • • BC Expects Sam Apuzzo to be Even Better in 2019
    2019
  • • FIL World Championship: College Standouts Join International Teams
    As we speak, teams are arriving in Netanya, Israel, for the 2018 FIL Men's World Championship, which officially kicks off Thursday. Lacrosse players from across the globe will meet in the Mediterranean city for two weeks — many of which play college lacrosse in the United States. The 2014 medalists — Canada, the United States and the Iroquois Nationals, which won gold, silver and bronze, respectiv...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Miller Eyes a Good Challenge as Boston College's Go-To Matchup Defender
    2018
  • Sharing the offensive wealth a key to Maryland women's lacrosse team's title bid
    • Sharing the offensive wealth a key to Maryland women's lacrosse team's title bid
    Maryland’s Megan Whittle never has to worry if a face-guard takes her out of the offense for a while or even for a game. It doesn’t bother the rest of the Terps too much either. The senior Tewaaraton Award finalist has scored 83 goals this season, but the rest of the starting lineup has scored......2018
  • • Maryland's Hartshorn on Pace to Pass Cummings' Career Draw Control Mark
    2018
  • • Greg Gurenlian and Trevor Baptiste, the Master and the Apprentice
    2018

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  • • Time To Fly: Only an NCAA Title Will Do for Boston College
    2019
  • • The Brilliance of Ben Reeves
    Back in high school, the alarm on Ben Reeves’ iPhone played “Rap God” by Eminem. So when morning came, the rap song jumpstarted his fast and frenzied days. “That routine definitely killed it for me,” Reeves says with a laugh. “Now I go with the standard ringtone. I think it’s a buzzer.” It’s a minor anecdote about Reeves, a senior attackman for the Yale men’s lacrosse team and two-time Tewaaraton ...2018
  • • Princeton on Verge of First Final Four Since 2004
    “Final four, final four.” Olivia Hompe kept repeating it to teammate Anna Doherty as they finished sprints Tuesday. The Princeton women’s lacrosse seniors are hoping they can meet their goal when the fifth-seeded Tigers play at fourth-seeded Penn State in an NCAA quarterfinal Sunday. “It’s fun to say that in September when you’re starting to run,” Hompe said. “But when it’s so close and so tangibl...2017
  • • Connor Fields Is Albany's Latest Showstopper
    2017
  • • Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Tuesday, Feb. 21
    Author : Matt DaSilvaCategory: FuelBody: Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world. 1. This week’s NCAA rankings came out Monday. In addition to the Nike/US Lacrosse rankings for Divisions I, II and III men’s and women’s lacrosse, the USILA, IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse conduct weekly polls. Nike/USL RankingsMD1 | WD1 | MD2 | WD2 | MD3 | WD3Maverik/IL Media PollsMD...2017

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