It's crappy outside, and I have no idea if you have the power necessary to read this on the Internet.
This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.
Dixon: A Ref Reacts to Rules
Fall 2012 has seen the implementation of several rule changes. I have had the opportunity to officiate and review film of some games this autumn. Realizing teams play much differently in the fall when results do not count, pace of play has been addressed. Below are some thoughts on the action and how the new rules have affected play.
Marist men's team savors chance to play on Eddie Coombs' home field
Marist sophomore attackman Colin Joka (Plymouth Whitemarsh) played with Eddie Coombs as a member of the Rebel Elite club team and committed to the Upstate New York school partly because of Coombs’ presence on the team.
Bay Shore junior attackman Sheets set on Stony Brook lacrosse
A natural athlete, Sheets is equally effective as a feeder and finisher, dodges well and has good field vision.
Men's Lacrosse Welcomes 17 Newcomers in Class of 2016
The Saint Joseph's University men's lacrosse team welcomes the addition of its 17-member Class of 2016. As the first recruiting class under the direction of second-year head coach Taylor Wray, the newcomers will compete as Hawks in the 2013 season.
Men’s Lacrosse Releases Spring Schedule
Second year head men’s lacrosse coach Scott Nelson recently announced his squad’s upcoming 2013 schedule this week. With a total of 13 fixtures, including seven home games at the Bearcats Sports Complex, Binghamton will have eight non-conference and five America East games for 2013.
Class One Q&A: Charlie Keady
In the ninth entry in the question and answer series for Class One, the first recruiting class of the U-M men's lacrosse team, Charlie Keady, a Fairfield Prep High School (Conn.) graduate, is featured. Keady played club with the Connecticut Chargers and attended the Top 205 Camp as well as Jake Reed's Blue Chip Rising senior's camp prior to becoming a member of Class One.
Men's Lacrosse Wraps Up Fall Ball With Red-White Scrimmage And Banquet
Alumni and Family Weekend marks the traditional end of the fall ball schedule for Fairfield University men's lacrosse, and 2012 was no different. Saturday was a mix of new and old, with a spirited Red-White scrimmage, and alumni game, a banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2012 season.
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