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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 10, 2012

Maryland and Loyola will play in the regular season, a narrative on Duke, and some Weezer.

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Syracuse's John Desko says rules changes coming to college lacrosse are major, but welcome
Syracuse University men’s head lacrosse coach John Desko calls the rule changes coming to college lacrosse, “major.”

At seven a.m., they wake up to the cacophonous beeping of their alarm clocks. They may have been up late finishing problem sets or papers, but the second the alarm sounds, they leave the comfort of their beds earlier than the majority of their classmates. They battle through fatigue, day in and day out, in a grueling morning workout. They are Duke lacrosse players.

Loveland’s Newbold heading to West Point
Going into the spring of eight grade, young Paul Newbold was at a cross-roads in his athletic career; stay put in baseball or follow more and more of his buddies to the lacrosse field.

Coach Amplo Interview 10-1
Marquette head coach Joe Amplo talks Golden Eagles lacrosse.

Maryland, Loyola set for lacrosse rematch in February
Last year's NCAA finalists will meet in Baltimore.

Taft defender Ambrosino, one of nation's top sophomores, verbals to UVa lacrosse
“I was introduced to lacrosse when I moved to Dover because everyone there was quitting baseball to play lax instead,” Ambrosino said.

Red Foxes Team EC/RN 5K Run/Walk
On Saturday, September 22, 2012, the members of the 2012 Marist Men's Lacrosse Team participated in the second annual Team EC/RN 5k run/walk. The race was organized in honor of 2010 Hatboro-Horsham grads, Robert Nagel and Edward Coombs, a member of the Marist Men's Lacrosse Team who tragically lost their lives in a car accident in August 2011.

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