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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 2, 2012

Dartmouth takes on Tim McIntee, Siena welcomes its newest class, and Stan Kenton rips your face off.

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McIntee Joins Men's Lacrosse Staff as Assistant Coach
Tim McIntee has been hired as an assistant coach for the Dartmouth men's lacrosse team.

Stall warning shot clock and shooting string changes are approved in college lacrosse
"I want to reserve comment or extensive comment until we see them in action, because its hard to say how its going to impact the game," said Cornell head coach Ben DeLuca. "I know the intentions are good. We want to increase the pace of play and increase the flow of the game. I'm not certain the rules address those specifically and are going to be effective."

Buckeyes Release Fall Schedule
Fall practice is underway for the Ohio State men's lacrosse team, as the squad gets set for four fallball events. Over the next two weeks the program will host the Scarlet and Gray Scrimmage and the Alumni Game in Columbus. Both games are free and open to all fans.

Vermont Men's Lacrosse Adds Two New Assistants
University of Vermont men's lacrosse head coach Ryan Curtis has announced that Ryan Browning will join the staff as an assistant coach and that Patrick Cairns as a volunteer assistant coach this season.

How Notre Dame's Move To the ACC Might Affect Their Lacrosse Program
News from the ACC last week that Notre Dame was moving into their division in all sports except football set the college sports world abuzz.

Siena Lacrosse Welcomes Class of 2016
Siena Lacrosse welcomed its eight-member Class of 2016 recently. Brad Burnam, Tyler Burnam, Kevin Cousin, Neil Gollogly, Tyler Lutjen, Dylan Parlee, Michael Pettit and Justin Rehm have all enrolled at Siena College and will begin competition with the Saints during the upcoming 2013 season.

Profile of Michigan Assistant Ryan Danehy
Unlike previous UM offensive coordinator Judd Lattimore, new hire Ryan Danehy has been a one-gig coach throughout his career.

Today's beats: Hell yeah, Stan Kenton!