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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 18, 2012

Marquette is doing stuff, Stony Brook wants beating hearts in 2013, and Army gets set for a red-hot three-way.

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MLAX welcomes 12 freshmen to 2013 roster
Bryant University head coach Mike Pressler is pleased to announce the addition of 12 student-athletes to the Bulldog men's lacrosse roster for the 2013 season.

Massachusetts native Narlee will stay close to home in college at BU
During most of Henry Narlee’s playing days at Massachusetts power Duxbury, the possibility of playing lacrosse at Boston University did not exist for the simple reason that BU didn’t decide to launch a program until this year.

Galasso Says Family Key Driver To Leaving UNC
Lacrosse standout tells Lacrosse Magazine that he seeks an opportunity to play for college that is closer to West Islip.

Army To Host St. John's, Harvard For Oct. 20 Scrimmages
The Army lacrosse team will reach the peak of its fall season in just over a week when the Black Knights host St. John's and Harvard for a fall scrimmage day on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Michie Stadium. The event is open to the public and all three games are free admission.

Seawolves Look to Defend Conference Title
With an American East Conference championship and an America East Coach of the Year award to his name already, Jim Nagle has certainly made the most of his short time as Stony Brook’s head coach.

Amplo, Marquette begin lacrosse history
It's only fall ball, but Marquette University has officially launched its lacrosse program under new head coach and Sachem alum Joe Amplo.

Class One Q&A: Matt Graham
In the seventh entry in the question and answer series for Class One, the first recruiting class of the University of Michigan men's lacrosse team, Matt Graham is profiled. Graham played for one of the nation's best high school teams at Chaminade High School (N.Y.) and is a two-way midfielder. He attended Jake Reed's Blue Chip camp over the summer and was named to the All-Catholic League team his junior season.

Today's beats: Not safe for anybody.