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Blue Jay Jersey Countdown -- #50
Did You Know: There is no record of a Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse player wearing #50 from 1971-1996. Freshman attackman Chris Harned wore #50 in 1997 to become the first JHU player since Michael Seider in 1971 to wear #50.
National Letter of Intent: Thirteen Malvern Prep boys sign/commit to D1 colleges
Lacrosse NewsPhillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/21/12 Thirteen Malvern Prep boys' lacrosse players have signed the National Letter of Intent (NLI) or committed to Division I colleges during the early signing period which ended November 21, 2012.
Blue Jay Jersey Countdown -- #49
Did You Know: Michael Murray wore number 49 for the Blue Jay lacrosse team in 2007, when JHU won the national championship. Murray also played football at Johns Hopkins and was a member of the 2009 JHU team that advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals. He is the only athlete in school history to win a national championship in lacrosse and play in an NCAA playoff game in football.
Recruiting: 2016 to UNC, 2015s to UMass, More 2014s, 2013s
IL has a monster recruiting update to kick off your holiday weekend. The third 2016 verbal commitment has been announced, plus two 2015s to UNC, a massive update on 2014s, Richmond in the game with 2013s and more.
The 10th Tiger Tale - @Towson_MLax
The 10th Tiger Tale @TowsonTigers tells to you: jersey #10 - @Towson_MLAX's Jim Darcangelo's number when earning national player of the year honors twice and All-American honors three times.
Hi. Have you met...Jed Yousefi?
Freshman midfielder Jed Yousefi sat down with TowsonTigers.com to answer a few quick getting-to-know-you questions.
Hobart and William Smith Athletics
Hobart College Lacrosse Head Coach T.W. Johnson recently announced the four student-athletes that will serve as captains for the 2013 season. Returning captains Ryan Korn and Jake Silberlicht will be joined by Sean Regan and Cam Stone.
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