Twelve Notre Dame students were cited on various charges after leaving a liquor store. They were stopped for littering at South Ben Ave. and Jacob St. All 12 students were in the same car, according to police.
The passenger who littered was cited for littering, furnishing alcohol to a minor, and no seat belt. The driver was cited for minor transportation of alcohol. The other ten passengers were cited for illegal consumption of alcohol and no seat belts.
All occupants of the vehicle indicated they were members of the Notre Dame Lacrosse team.
You don't go into something like this not expecting it to be hard, but I never go into anything expecting it to be easy. If you're afraid of hard, you shouldn't be doing this. Hopefully we'll create a tradition at Furman that's long lasting in its quality.
Cosmetic improvements or landmark enhancements? Rules committee release later today.— quint kessenich (@QKessenich) August 3, 2012
A special set of rules had been prepared in order that the conditions under which the game is played in Canada, the United States, Australia, and England might be assimilated, and the Olympic match saw the goal crease enlarged, with special restrictions that prevented an opponent from entering it; a white ball was used, slightly heavier than English players are accustomed to and somewhat lighter than Canadians use; the ground was hemmed in by a canvas wall ; and the time of play was divided into four quarters instead of two halves. These were innovations from an English point of view, but every endeavour had been made by the lacrosse authorities to adopt Canadian views, as some small acknowledgment to a team that had come so far.
Lax News: Fairfield and Andy Copelan agree to a contract extension thru 2019 taking him out of play for G'Town job.— Eamon McAnaney (@EamonMcAnaney) July 26, 2012