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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: November 1, 2012

Tom Schreiber reflects on his Uganda trip, Hubbard goes into the Hall of Fame, and revisiting Syracuse's constitution in 1983.

Notebook: Attackman Drapeau commits to Loyola; Gilman goalie to UMBC
Junior attackman Jay Drapeau of Westford (Mass.) Academy has orally committed to Loyola. Over two seasons, Drapeau has posted 197 points with over 145 goals and 52 assists, including 95 goals and 27 assists as a sophomore.

Jesse Hubbard Inducted Into The U.S. Lacrosse Hall Of Fame
Jesse Hubbard, the leading goal scorer in Princeton history and the second-leading goal scorer in Major League Lacrosse, was inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Princeton’s Schreiber Reflects on Coaching, Serving and Learning in Uganda
I have lived a geographically sheltered life. I have resided in East Meadow, New York, I attended McVey Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and St. Anthony’s High School—all close to home—before embarking to study and play lacrosse at Princeton. Until four months ago I did not have a passport. The extent of my travels never exceeded the tri-state area other than a few lacrosse trips and a family vacation to Florida.

Fathers and sons, players and coaches at UMBC
The two coaches sat together under the shade of UMBC's Stadium Complex. The coaches, men with more than 60 years of experience between them, occasionally glanced down at the women's lacrosse

Chris Sanderson's Legacy Lives on at Virginia
“It’s what lacrosse is all about.” Doug Knight summed up. “It’s just a great, small community. It always will be a small, tight-knit community. The sport is growing tremendously, but if you stick around it long enough it’s really going to pay you back a lot over your lifetime.”

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Syracuse University Athletics
Twelve members of the Syracuse men's and women's lacrosse teams spent part of their Friday morning reading to youngsters at Split Rock Elementary School in nearby Camillus, N.Y. The student-athletes read from selected books and answered questions from children in kindergarten through fourth grade.

Everybody's from Syracuse and Yorktown, at least it seemed that way during '83 Orange championship
Local is local, so Desko fixed 1983 roster to list local players all being from Syracuse.

Today's beats: Welcome to November.