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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 24, 2012

Someone made history, meet a Michigan Wolverine, and a piece about protecting head melons.

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Take inside look at Lehigh's athletic facilities
Ulrich Sports Complex is a dual field complex made of both artificial turf and natural grass fields. It is the newest addition to the Goodman Campus and home to the field hockey, soccer and lacrosse teams.

New concussion rules help players keep their heads up
During the second fall lacrosse practice in early September, sophomore midfielder Paul Zima was going for a ground ball when he got hit by a teammate.

Class One Q&A: Paxton Moore
In the eighth entry in the question and answer series for Class One, the first recruiting class of the U-M men's lacrosse team, Paxton Moore, is profiled. Moore, a Haverford High School (Pa.) graduate, was on the school's national championship team his junior year and was selected first team all-league his senior year.

2013 Legal Pockets: Denver & Maryland
While Tom focused on Hopkins, UNC, Penn State and Cornell, we are focusing on Denver and Maryland, who fall balled their way to a great game in the rain out in Seattle last weekend.

Making History
Freshman Aaron Moroney won silver this past summer at the U-19 Federation of International Lacrosse Tournament with Team Canada

Fallball Check-In 2012: Virginia
Fallball is a time for teams to start anew, build on last season’s successes or failures, and begin to integrate new team members. After last season’s loss to Notre Dame in the NCAA Quarterfinals and loss of several standout players, the Virginia lacrosse team knew it would have some work to do in the offseason. This year, the Cavaliers used their fall time to emphasize basic skills, re-tool a depleted roster, and benefit a good cause close to the program’s heart.

Fallball Check-In 2012: North Carolina
A day in the life.

Today's beats: Neat-o-roo!