March 18, 2009

Conference Roll Call: Division I Women

Check back to LMO each Wednesday for a conference-by-conference, team-by-team breakdown of what's happening in NCAA Division I women's lacrosse.

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (ACC)

North Carolina junior midfielder Jenn Russell picked up the ACC Player of the Week award by helping UNC to two wins, including an upset victory against Virginia on Saturday. Russell had five goals and two assists during the two games. The wins got UNC back on track after back-to-back losses against Northwestern and Penn last week... Duke's win against Vanderbilt last Wednesday was nothing short of an offensive fireworks show. In Duke's 22-16 win, there were 71 combined shots and 19 total saves. With the 12-11 loss to Georgetown on Saturday, the Blue Devils have had three games decided by two goals or less. They've lost two of them... Maryland sophomore midfielder Laura Merrifield put home five goals in Sunday's 19-7 win against New Hampshire. The Terps have not put up less than 14 goals this season, and have scored at least 17 three times. They are averaging 16.33 goals per game. Fifty-four of Maryland's 98 goals this season are unassisted... Virginia has outscored opponents 52-42 in the first half and 46-27 in the second half. Entering Tuesday's game against William & Mary, Blair Weymouth had 23 goals in seven games and an .811 shot-on-goal percentage. UVA needed a comeback to beat W&M and leads the all-time series 26-17-1... During a 16-14 overtime loss to Virginia Tech on Saturday, Boston College lost the draw control battle 22-12. BC is behind its opponents 100-90 in that category for the entire season... Virginia Tech overcame a 6-1 deficit in Saturday's big win against Boston College. It was the program's first ACC win since joining the conference in 2005. With 69 draw controls, sophomore Allie Emala is now ninth in school history in the category. Rachel Culp, Emala, and Jessica Nonn have scored more than 66 percent of the Hokies' goals this season.

-- Jesse Baumgartner

AMERICA EAST

Conference play kicks off this week for most teams in the America East, and No. 13 New Hampshire (5-2) will head to Albany on Saturday for both teams' conference openers. Before traveling to Albany, the Wildcats will face Massachusetts in Durham on Wednesday. For the second week in a row, senior Sarah Von Bargen was named America East Conference Player of the Week, behind 11 goals and two assists in two games last week. Von Bargen leads the conference with 4.71 goals per game and has 38 points on the season... Vermont improved to 4-3 on the season with two wins on its West Coast road trip. The Catamounts defeated UC Davis, 20-12, and California, 15-11. Midfielder Samantha Stern became the second Catamount of to earn Rookie of the Week honors by notching seven goals and three assists last week. Vermont, which leads the conference in caused turnovers with 87, also kicks off its conference schedule on Saturday at Binghamton... Boston University (3-3) ran past George Mason, 19-7, last Saturday after losing to No. 5 Penn earlier in the week. Terriers goalkeeper Rachel Klein earned Defender of the Week honors after posting a .524 save percentage last week. She stopped 13 shots and allowed seven goals against George Mason. BU leads the conference with 13.50 goals per game. The Terriers have won 23 straight games against non-ranked opponents, dating back to the 2007 season.  BU faces Yale and Harvard this week before beginning its conference schedule on March 28 against Albany... UMBC fell to 3-4 on the season with a loss last Friday against Old Dominion. The Retrievers got three goals on six shots from midfielder Ashley Stodter, but UMBC couldn't withstand a late surge from Old Dominion, which scored five unanswered goals midway through the game. The Retrievers will clash with Stony Brook on Saturday in both teams' conference openers... Binghamton (2-3) was 1-2 last week, with an overtime win against Monmouth last Friday and a pair of one-goal losses against St. Bonaventure and Monmouth. Beth Moore leads the Bearcats with 15 goals. Binghamton heads to Bucknell on Wednesday before starting conference play against Vermont... Stony Brook (3-5) hosts Denver on Wednesday before beginning a three-game road trip. Last week, senior Kaitlin Leggio tied her own school record with seven goals in Stony Brook's 21-12 win over Sacred Heart. The Seawolves will play five straight conference games between March 28 and April 25... Albany (2-5) was 1-2 last week, with losses at Colgate and at Delaware. The Great Danes ended their seven-game road trip to start the season with a 15-8 win at Temple on Sunday. Kayla Best continues to lead the Danes in scoring with 20 goals on 39 shots. Albany faces conference-leading UNH on Saturday in their home opener at John Fallon Field.

-- J. Jude Hazard

AMERICAN LACROSSE CONFERENCE (ALC)

With Sunday's loss at Oregon, Johns Hopkins moved to 0-3 on the road this season, the past two coming against then-unranked teams. Fortunately for the Blue Jays, their next three games are at home ... This is what No. 1 and four-time defending champion Northwestern is capable of: a 24-1 shellacking of Rutgers on Saturday was the largest margin of victory for the Wildcats under head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller, and the biggest since a 25-0 victory over Wisconsin in 1988... At 6-1, Ohio State is just two wins short of the best start in program history, an 8-1 opening run in 2002. To match that mark, the Buckeyes must top Duquesne on the road Sunday and California at home March 24 ... After consecutive heartbreaking losses against Virginia and Princeton by a combined three goals, Penn State faces two more top-10 teams this week - Penn (Wednesday) and Vanderbilt (Sunday)... Katherine Denkler notched her third consecutive hat trick in Vanderbilt's win Sunday at Cincinnati, giving her 11 goals in her past three games and a team-high 15 for the season.

-- Daniel Malloy

ATLANTIC 10

Duquesne set a program record for goals in a two-game span with 40. Ashley Wood was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Week after scoring seven goals in the Dukes' 20-10 win over Bucknell, then scored six goals and had a game-high four ground balls in a 20-6 win over Detroit Mercy. After four straight losses to open the season, Duquesne has won three straight... George Washington stopped its slow start with a familiar win over Mount St. Mary's. Mia Breheny scored three times in the first half as the Colonials rallied for a 14-5 win, its first of the season but sixth straight against Mount St. Mary's. GW is still surrendering nearly double the goals it scores in the first half of games... With its 10-9 win over Monmouth, La Salle has already eclipsed last year's win total and won back-to-back games for the first time since the opening pair of the 2007 season. The Explorers are unbeaten when they allow less than 10 goals and winless when they allow more than 10 goals... Richmond head coach Sue Murphy is hoping her team figures out how to close out games by the start of the conference schedule. The Spiders were tied with James Madison, 9-9, before the Dukes scored four straight to send Richmond to its sixth straight loss to open the year. Richmond has surrendered at least 14 goals in every contest... St. Joseph's has followed three straight wins with three straight losses, the last two coming by just one goal each. In the Hawks' latest defeat, a 6-5 loss, they held Drexel scoreless for more than 32 minutes, but could not rally... Molly Hastrich had her fourth straight game with at least four points to lead St. Bonaventure to an 11-10 comeback win over Binghamton. The junior attacker scored four goals for the Bonnies, who scored the final three goals of the game for their second straight win. It equals their longest winning streak since they won seven straight in 2007... Temple was victimized by back-to-back slow starts as it remained winless after five games. Albany scored the first eight goals Sunday, just four days after Towson scored the first four. The Owls played both Jessica Colucci and Tess Bishop in goal against Albany... Massachusetts' 14-9 win over Stony Brook matched former University of Maryland teammates Allison Comito and Alexis Venechanos, head coaches for SBU and UMass, respectively. It was the first-ever matchup of the schools. Venechanos has played freshman Katie Florence in goal every minute this season.

-- Justin Feil

BIG EAST

Cincinnati (4-3) fell to No. 10 Vanderbilt on Sunday, but can rebound with a home game against Fresno State (0-5) on Wednesday. Laura Simanski's 22 goals are a team-best... Connecticut's top two players on draw controls have been Whitney Michele and M.E. Lapham. Each has won 18 draws. ... Georgetown (4-2) notched a key win over then-No. 3 Duke on Saturday. Sophomore attacker Jody Kirr went for three goals and three assists in the win ... Louisville (4-1) allowed seven unanswered goals in the second half of Saturday's home game with No. 19 Ohio State and lost, 15-12. Bergan Foley scored five goals... Loyola sophomore Cara Filippelli (not to be confused with Karen Filippelli of "The Office") was honored as the Big East Defensive Player of the Week on Monday after keying the Greyhounds' 20-3 victory Sunday over Davidson. Filippelli had team highs of four ground balls and four caused turnovers... Notre Dame and Rutgers opened their Big East schedule Tuesday in South Bend, an 18-9 Irish victory... Syracuse senior Katie Rowan won the Big East Offensive Player of the Week award Monday after a 10-point effort against UConn, which vaulted her into the top spot as the Big East's all-time leading scorer. She has 97 points in 16 career regular season conference games, surpassing former Orange standout Leigh-Ann Zimmer.

-- Brian Delaney

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Despite a 16-12 loss to Notre Dame, James Madison broke into the rankings March 9, tying Stanford for the No. 16 spot. The Dukes posted a 14-11 win over Richmond, with a game-high three goals from Jaime Dardine. James Madison next hosts Princeton on Wednesday before traveling to Loyola... Old Dominion had a sweet 16 of a week, posting 16 points each in two wins. The Monarchs improved to 3-0, beating Richmond (16-13) and UMBC (16-10). Kelly Kimener was named CAA Player of the Week for her performance against UMBC. Kimener, the sister of former UMBC men's lacrosse standout Terry Kimener, had a career-high seven points (4g, 3a) and a career-high-tying five draws controls. Her offensive output pushed her into ODU's all-time top-10 list for points, goals and assists. The senior midfieder has scored 119 points on 88 goals and 31 assists in her career with the Monarchs. Kimener and company host No. 9 UNC next... Delaware went to the dogs last week, playing the Albany Great Danes and the UMBC Retrievers. The Blue Hens fell, 9-8, at UMBC on Amanda Pappas' game-winning goal with 33 seconds remaining in play, despite taking the lead seven times. After the loss to the Retrievers, Delaware got its first win of the season against Albany, 10-8. Deb Sloan and Corinne Drost each recorded a hat trick in the win over the Great Danes... Drexel (6-1, 0-0) leads the CAA in overall wins this season after racking up victories against LIU (19-5) and St. Joe's (6-5). Goalie Lauren LaBella posted a 5.33 goals against average on the week. The win over St. Joe's was a gritty one, with Drexel tallying seven yellow cards, including two each on leading scorer Charlotte Wood and captain Josie Haller. St. Joe's drew no yellow cards in the matchup, but couldn't generate enough offense to slay the Dragons... George Mason fell to 2-3 after a loss to No. 12 Boston University. The Terriers, still smarting from a three-game losing streaking of their own, pounded the Colonials, 19-7, including a 10-0 run during the second half. Senior Brittany Berger (4g, 1a) led George Mason in scoring, despite a 13-save effort by BU goalie Rachel Klein. George Mason hosts DC-area rival Georgetown on Wednesday...  Hofstra took on two ranked opponents last week and fell to both. The details are telling, though. In a 20-6 loss to four-time defending champion and No. 1-ranked Northwestern, the only statistical bright spot was junior goalie Mary Cuddihy's 10 saves. Against No. 11 Notre Dame, the Pride came within striking distance. The Irish and the Pride traded goals for most of the first half, with Notre Dame gaining a 10-8 edge after the first period. But in the second half, Notre Dame broke out with a 5-2 run powered by Jill Byers' hat trick that put the game out of reach. Hofstra made a dogged effort to stay in the fight, but couldn't quite overtake the Irish. Cuddihy faired less well against Notre Dame - after nine saves against 14 goals with just 17:49 to play, Pride head coach Abby Morgan benched her in favor of freshman Jackie Pandolf, who completed the game with three goals allowed and two saves... Towson earns points for consistency, posting identical 13-7 scores in wins over Temple and GW. Freshman goalie Mary Teteers allowed just eight goals in 95 minutes in the cage... William & Mary shared the wealth in its 17-11 win at Cal. The Tribe had four players (Maggie Anderson, Grace Golden, Molly Wannen and Mary Zultry) post hat tricks, while Ashley Holofcener posted a team-high five points with two goals and three assists.

-- Clare Lochary

INDEPENDENTS

Davidson's three-game winning streak came to a halt as Loyola  trounced the Wildcats 20-3. Junior midfielder Jen Crawford scored her team-leading 18th and 19th goals of the season for Davidson (5-3)... Longwood swept a pair of games on Saturday, topping Presbyterian 20-6 and Long Island 20-6. Junior Page Farmer led Longwood (4-3), scoring six goals and adding four assists, while sophomore Cara O'Brien, notched five goals and dished three assists. The Blue Hose (1-6) have only reached double digits in scoring once, its 17-16 win on Feb. 27 against Central Connecticut State... Le Moyne midfielders Mia Valletta and Maura Kenville each recorded hat tricks to lead the Dolphins to an 11-9 victory over La Salle. The win also marked the 80th career victory for head coach Lauren O'Connor. Freshman goalie Kelly Fucillo recorded 14 saves for Le Moyne (3-4). In seven career games, Fucillo has recorded double figures in saves in all but two outings... Detroit Mercy fell to Duquesne 20-6 on Sunday. Freshman Anna Eidem led the Titans (1-4) with three goals, while freshman Emily Boissonneault notched two goals in the loss... Villanova suffered its fourth consecutive loss on Sunday, falling 15-12 at Monmouth. Junior Erica Rybinki led the Wildcats (1-4) with four goals and a pair of assists, while senior Taryn McKenna added four goals and an assist, but the Wildcats couldn't hold an early 3-0 advantage... Howard remains winless this season after dropping a 15-4 decision against Bryant. The Bison (0-5) remained close in the first half, trailing only 6-4 at halftime. But Bryant outscored Howard 9-0 in the second half to pull away for the victory.

-- Steven Russolillo

IVY LEAGUE

Cornell handed an unbeaten its first loss of the season for the third time in four games when it stopped Columbia, 11-8, in the Ivy League opener for both. It was the Big Red's 13th straight win in the series between the New York schools. Cornell is causing more than 12 turnovers per game and set a school record with 20 in its win over Le Moyne... Brown earned a 12-8 win over Harvard, its first over the Crimson since 2004. It helped that the Bears returned Jesse Nunn after two games out with an injury. Nunn was named the Ivy Offensive Player of the Week after scoring four goals and adding an assist. Freshman Isabel Harvey has played every minute in goal... Erin Brennan won all 14 draws for Penn in its 10-2 win over Yale. The freshman is second in caused turnovers and fourth in points for the unbeaten Quakers. Penn is allowing almost half as many goals per game (3.40) as last season (6.28) when it led the nation... Erin Tochihara is cementing her spot as the starting goalie for Princeton. After stopping a career-high 16 shots in a loss to Duke, she made 13 saves in a win over Penn State, including nine in the first half. The Tigers play three more non-conference games before opening their Ivy season March 28 at Cornell... Dartmouth returns to action against Maryland on Wednesday after an 11-day exam break to regroup from back-to-back losses. The Big Green has had nine different goal scorers this season, but has allowed as many goals as it has scored (47) on the year. Dartmouth opens Ivy play Sunday at Yale... Columbia rallied twice in the second half to pull within two goals of Cornell, but never got any closer. Emma Mintz made 14 saves for the Lions. The Lions have outscored opponents by 10 goals in the second half of games... Whitney Quackenbush's 14 saves in a win over Massachusetts were the most by a Yale goalie in two years. The Bulldogs are only the second team this season to hold UMass under five goals. They also held Penn scoreless for nearly 25 minutes. Three Bulldog players have 10 or more points; no one else has more than three... Harvard is in the midst of a four-game road trip, its longest of the season. Last season, the Crimson had a 4-3 record away from home. Jess Halpern has scored in 20 of her 21 collegiate games, including 17 in a row.

-- Justin Feil

METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (MAAC)

Canisius senior Chelsea Martinez was named the MAAC Offensive Player of the Week. She had eight goals, three assists, seven draw controls, two ground balls and forced three turnovers in two games. She had a career-high six points in a 15-13 loss to Navy on Friday. Now with 103 career points (93g), she is the fourth Canisius player to top 100. Freshman Ashley Curtis was named the MAAC Rookie of the Week. She had four goals, including a game-winner in a 12-11 decision over Binghamton on Sunday, and two assists. The Golden Griffins lost 6-2 at St. Bonaventure on Tuesday. Canisius plays at Duke on Friday... Fairfield senior Rebecca White was named the MAAC Defensive Player of the Week. She posted nine ground balls, had five draw controls, forced four turnovers and scored six goals in two contests. She ranks second in the league with 3.67 goals per game. The Stags (6-1) extended their win streak to five with three wins in the past week: 10-7 at Lehigh on Wednesday, 15-13 against Mount Saint Mary’s on Saturday and 16-11 over Sacred Heart on Tuesday. Kristen Coleman scored four against the Mount and five against Sacred Heart. Erin Rigby and White each had three tallies against the Mount. Last season Fairfield lost its opener, won 17 in a row and then lost to Marist in the MAAC finals. Fairfield plays at Dartmouth on Tuesday... Iona’s Elizabeth Coholan is getting her chances, taking a league-leading 8.6 shots per game. Iona fell to 1-5 with a 12-11 loss to Quinnipiac on Friday and a 20-6 setback at UMBC on Tuesday. Coholan had five goals and Christie Godlewski had six points (3g) against Quinnipiac, which rallied from an 11-10 deficit in the final two minutes. Casey Scully scored twice against UMBC, which scored 11 consecutive goals. Iona was 1-5 at this stage last season. The Gaels play at George Mason on Saturday and at Long Island on Tuesday –- Iona lost 15-5 to Mason and beat LIU 14-8 last season...Manhattan’s Caralyn Hickey leads the league with 4.5 goals per game and is second with 4.75 points. The Jaspers (4-1) did not play in the last week. Manhattan hosts Robert Morris on Friday and UC Davis on Tuesday. Manhattan was 4-1 at this point last year... Marist (3-1) did not play in the last week. The Red Foxes play at Davidson on Wednesday and at Presbyterian on Friday... Niagara (3-4) nipped St. Francis (Pa.), 12-11, last Thursday. The three wins surpasses the wins total the past two seasons. The Purple Eagles followed with a 17-5 loss to Navy on Sunday and a 13-7 setback at Le Moyne on Tuesday. Tied at 3, LeMoyne went on a 5-1 run for an 8-4 halftime lead. Vanessa Schultz had four goals against the Dolphins. Junior Emma-Lee Harrison was named the school’s athlete of the week for her five goals and two assists against Robert Morris and St. Francis last week. Niagara hosts Gannon on Thursday and plays at St. Bonaventure on Tuesday –- last year the Eagles lost to Gannon, 16-6, and St. Bonaventure, 18-5... Siena’s Lindsey Rosecrans leads the league with 5.2 points and 5.2 groundballs per game. The Saints edged Holy Cross 11-10 on Wednesday and won 13-7 at Sacred Heart on Saturday –- the 4-1 start is the best in program history. Rosecrans had three tallies and Caitlin Mikel scored the game-winner against Holy Cross with 61 seconds left, denying a furious Crusaders comeback which saw them score seven of eight goals in a 16-minute stretch. Courtney Highsmith and Deirdre McQuillan each had four goals against the Pioneers. Siena hosts Wagner on Wednesday and UC Davis on Monday.

-- Ken McMillan

MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION (MPSF)

In the Battle of the Birds, the Oregon Ducks topped the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, 12-10. MPSF Player of the Week Ilsa van den Berg scored five goals and added an assist in the home tilt to help Oregon rally from a 9-5 deficit with less than 17 minutes remaining in the game. Van den Berg also picked up a yellow card with just three seconds remaining in the first half; the Blue Jays scored three goals during Oregon's man-down period, motivating her to storm back and score a hat trick within a six-minute time frame during the second period. Incidentally, the Ducks must like to play in water - they engineered their comeback win over Hopkins in wet conditions. The official box score listed the weather conditions as "rain and more rain..." Cal dropped a pair of home games to William & Mary (17-11) and Vermont (15-11) to drop to 4-5 overall. Bears goalkeeper Morgan Dyson had eight saves in the loss to the Catamounts, and was pulled after 8:31, five unanswered goals and one save against the Tribe. Sophomore backup keeper Allie Shropshire came off the bench to make 11 saves (allowing 10 goals) for Cal. The Bears now face an intimidating road trip against two ranked opponents, Notre Dame on March 22 and Ohio State on March 24... UC Davis suffered a trio of home losses this week -- to Vermont (20-12), Robert Morris (13-8) and Colgate (20-9). The Aggies have a week to regroup from their losses before a five-game road trip to Siena, Manhattan, Central Connecticut State, Villanova and Howard... St. Mary's keeper Hilary Gardner made a career-high 18 stops, but it wasn't enough to stop Robert Morris, which beat the Gaels, 15-9. St. Mary's hosts Colgate on Wednesday... After a week off to recover from a 12-6 home loss to No. 9 UNC, Denver will travel east. The Pioneers face Stony Brook on Wednesday and Rutgers on Friday... Stanford and Fresno State were both off this week. When they reactivate, the Cardinal will come to Baltimore to tussle with Johns Hopkins and Maryland, while the Bulldogs head to the Midwest to face Cincy and Detroit Mercy.

-- Clare Lochary

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (NEC)

Preseason league favorite Quinnipiac opened conference play with a 15-7 win over Central Connecticut and then followed that up with a win at Iona. Nicole Fiore had four goals in both wins and leads the team with 15 this season. The Bobcats host last year's tournament champion Sacred Heart on Sunday in the league's marquee game of the week... Sacred Heart saw its losing streak stretch to three with losses to Stony Brook and Siena last week. Amanda Williams, last week's NEC Player of the Week, had four goals in the Siena loss... Robert Morris went a perfect 2-0 on its trip to California, beating St. Mary's and UC-Davis to run its record to 3-3. Goalie Erica Webb made 24 saves while allowing just 16 goals in the wins. The Colonials began a three-game week losing a 17-15 shootout to Pittsburgh rival Duquesne on Tuesday. The Colonials open league play on Sunday at Monmouth... Monmouth beat Villanova 15-12 on Sunday to earn its first victory of the season. Caitlyn Kelly had four goals in the win...St. Francis (Pa.) nearly saw its long losing streak come to an end in its opener, but Niagara held on to beat the Red Flash 12-11. Freshman Chelsea Kent had five goals and three assists in her debut and followed that up with two goals and two assists against Bryant. After hosting Howard on Wednesday, the Red Flash have NEC road games at Monmouth and Mount St. Mary's... Mount St. Mary's hopes that its tough early season schedule will pay dividends when it begins league play this weekend hosting Long Island and St. Francis (Pa.). The Mount fell to 0-7 with a 15-13 loss to Fairfield on Saturday. Three of Mount's seven losses have come against teams that have been ranked at some point... Wagner hosts Central Connecticut in its league opener on Saturday. The Seahawks fell to 1-4 with a loss to Manhattan last Tuesday... Central Connecticut's Alice Lee made 16 saves in the Blue Devils loss to Quinnipiac. CCSU has three games this week, including NEC games against Wagner and Long Island... Long Island beat Presbyterian 17-11 on Monday for its first win and opens league play with games against Mt. St. Mary's and Central Connecticut this weekend.

-- Brian Logue

PATRIOT LEAGUE

American junior Frankie Solomon made 10 saves in a 6-4 loss to Bucknell... Bucknell sophomore Alyssa DeLorenz was named PL Goalkeeper of the Week for the third time in four weeks after making nine saves in a 6-4 win over American. DeLorenz now ranks second in the Patriot League in save percentage (.511) and saves per game (10.1).  In Bucknell's five victories, DeLorenz has a.611 save percentage, with 55 saves and only 35 goals against... Colgate junior attacker Brie Moran netted 10 goals and two assists in a 19-9 win over Holy Cross on Saturday, breaking her former personal bests of five goals and six points versus Lehigh on April 12, 2008. Her 10-goal outing tied Kate Manzella's school record that came against Holy Cross on April 8, 2000, while her 12 points joined Shari Krasnoo (against Bucknell on April 21, 1990) and Sue Malone (against Syracuse in 1981)... Holy Cross junior attacker Katie Gardner scored four goals and notched seven points, both career bests, in a heartbreaking 11-10 loss at Siena...Lafayette scored six second-half goals in a 14-7 loss at Lehigh on Saturday... Lehigh sophomore attacker Lauren Dykstra scored five goals to lead Lehigh to a 14-7 victory over Lafayette on Saturday afternoon... Navy's freshman and sophomore classes have combined to produce 60 of the team's 99 goals (60.6 percent) and more than half (53.9 percent) of the team's 153 total points. Rookie attacker Kierstin King leads all league freshmen with 19 points (12g, 7a).

-- Andy Krauss


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