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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: November 15, 2012

Cornell is lifting heavy things to help people, Justin Ward talks about lifting things at Loyola, and Harvard officially releases its schedule.

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Men's Lacrosse Unveils 2013 Schedule
The Harvard men's lacrosse team has announced its 2013 slate, which features four opponents who made appearances in last year's NCAA Tournament and five who concluded the 2012 season in the top-20.

Gym Rats: Inside Loyola's Unorthodox Training
How do you go from little-known freshman to major contributor on a national championship team? For Loyola sophomore Justin Ward, it was an intense offseason of sacrifice and dedication.

Concussion Symposium Highlights New Findings
As every sports fan knows, concussions are a hot topic in today's sports landscape. Fueled by the omnipresent NFL and the never-ending cycle of cable and video highlights showing every crushing Sunday blow, discussion about concussions is as prevalent these days as conversations about game strategy, touchdown celebrations and playoff scenarios.

Help Men's Lacrosse As They Press For Sandy Relief
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the Big Red men's lacrosse team is asking the Cornell and Ithaca communities to come together and help raise money for the American Red Cross. All 43 members of the Cornell squad will spend this week seeking donations for the Pressing For Sandy Relief initiative.

Baum vs. Pannell: By the Numbers
It’s time to answer the question of who is the best? Who’s taking home the bronze Mohawk native statue this year? For me, and many people, it comes down to two guys. Will it be Cornell’s Rob Pannell, or defending Tewaaraton Trophy winner, Peter Baum?

Lacrosse Dominates St. Anthony's Signing Day
School recognizes 17 seniors who have committed to play sports in college.

Fall Signing Week 2012: Senior lacrosse commitments by college
So now that National Letter of Intent Fall Signing Week, which runs from Nov. 14-21, is upon us, the question is: What college is No. 1 when it comes to landing commitments from tristate seniors?

Today's beats: Duh.