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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: October 25, 2012

Hofstra watches people democratically scream at each other, a check-in from Fairfield, and does Lehigh have what it takes?

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30 in 30: How Will Lehigh Keep Momentum Going?
Kevin Cassese saw Lehigh’s present and future, then his past, flash before his eyes.

Accelerated Recruiting Creates Culture of Fear
It happens all the time in horror films. A nervous pedestrian finds herself in a dark alley only to be ambushed. NCAA Division I women's lacrosse advocates feel that way now. Accelerated recruiting has sent their sport into a spiral.

Conflicts of Interest Litter Complex Recruiting Process
Brad Dotson was always one of the tall kids. A growth spurt before his freshman year at Langley (Va.) High School pushed him to 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds. Dotson grew up playing basketball and moved on the lacrosse field with the fluidity of someone half his size. He was so skilled a defenseman that his youth coaches put him on extra-man offense.

Hofstra Players See Presidential Debate In-Person
There were 1,000 people in the audience at Tuesday night's presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney at Hofstra University. Three of them were Pride lacrosse players.

M&M Boys
Well this week marks the last week of practice until the spring comes. Fall ball has been a bit of a roller coaster. We’ve had some fun days and some days that divided the men from the boys, but it’s all been good progress on our way to getting better.

Men's Lacrosse Unveils 2013 Slate
Fifth-year head coach Andy Copelan today announced the complete 2013 Fairfield University men's lacrosse schedule. The Stags will play a 15-game regular season slate that includes eight home contests.

Syracuse's Roy Simmons calls Tim Nelson probably the best he saw as a feeder
What's the frequency, Kenneth?

Today's beats: C'mon!