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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 16, 2012

Syracuse looks for answers, Providence announces its new class, and Lehigh has a party.

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Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes Newcomers
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse program has welcomed 22 newcomers to join second-year head coach Brian Brecht “On the Banks”, it was announced Tuesday. The fresh Scarlet Knight group features 10 student-athletes who earned All-America recognition during their high school careers.

Syracuse lacrosse team seeking new scorers as it replaces two of three starting attackmen
Gone are starting attackmen Tom Palasek and Tim Desko, who completed their eligibility last season. Palasek and Desko finished first and third in scoring on a team that finished 9-8. Palasek scored 24 goals and added 30 assists. Desko was 22 and 11. Their 87 points represented 30 percent of the team’s entire point output.

Men's Lacrosse Announces Team Captains
The Providence College men's lacrosse program announced on Oct. 10. that graduate student Mike Noyes (Ocean City, Md.), senior JT Weber (West Hartford, Conn.) and junior Sean Wright (Silver Spring, Md.) have been named team captains for the 2013 season.

Lehigh celebrates championship season at annual banquet
Following the program’s first ever Patriot League Tournament Championship, the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team held its annual awards banquet on Sunday, Sept. 30. The luncheon included an awards ceremony where head coach Kevin Cassese announced the team’s annual award winners. In addition, the Mountain Hawks looked back at the 2012 season, honored the senior class of 2012, distributed championship rings and more.

Capital Lacrosse Invitational News and Analysis
The success of the tournament was evident in many aspects.

Division-1 Fall Ball Recaps
Both Michigan and Detroit played a pair of fall ball scrimmages. The Wolverines were downed by both Marist and Mount St Mary’s, while the Titans split with a win over Bellarmine and a loss to Notre Dame.

Bernards midfielder Connor makes Marquette lacrosse his choice
Bernards boys lacrosse is on the rise.

Today's beats: The Roots, duh.