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Syracuse Orange Cascade Pro7 for 2013
Up next in our big rush of custom helmets from Cascade is another that's bound to draw some attention: the Syracuse Orange's custom Pro7 for the 2013 season.
Greenwich sophomore attackman Curran sets his sights on Michigan
Greenwich (Conn.) coach Scott Bulkley describes Decker Curran as one of the most athletic attackmen he’s coached.
Marino becomes latest Smithtown East standout set on Army lacrosse
“I would say I have a big frame, good work on the crease, fast outside shot and good inside finishing,” the Smithtown East (N.Y.) junior said.
Compitello selected by Denver in MLL Supplemental Draft
Lehigh men’s lacrosse assistant coach Tom Compitello was selected 15th overall by the Denver Outlaws in Wednesday’s Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft. Compitello played in two games last summer with the Hamilton Nationals, scoring two goals at Denver, where he will now call home. The Hauppauge, N.Y. native enjoyed a standout career at Stony Brook where he posted 146 points highlighted by his All-America junior campaign.
2012-13 Men's Lacrosse Blog: Entry 7
The Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team will blog throughout the offseason to keep fans up to date with current happenings on and off the field. This week's entry has been provided by sophomore Kevin Barrow.
Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook Has Irish No. 1 In BIG EAST
The 2013 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook has released its preseason conference rankings and the Notre Dame men's lacrosse team has been selected to win the BIG EAST according to a vote by the league's head coaches.
Gait's son makes decision to attend college and play lacrosse at Princeton
Midfielder Braedon Gait of Christian Brothers Academy has made a verbal commitment to play for Princeton in 2015. Gait is a high school junior and the son of Syracuse University women’s lacrosse coach Gary Gait, the legendary star of the Orangemen and one of the game’s greatest players.
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