Discussion of Men's & Women's Lacrosse.
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With UD's #1 faceoff specialist out with a broken wrist (for presuambly the season) UD was dominated at X by Monmouth. That just won't do as UD's competition gets tougher. What options does UD have at faceoff? Shouldn't there be some competent depth at faceoff on the team? Other than personnel, any strategy changes that UD can make on faceoffs to give UD a better shot at winning at least 50% of the faceoffs?