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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: November 19, 2012

Quinnipiac promotes Frady, everyone is recruiting babies, and the Irish name their captains.

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Syracuse and St. John's to play near Philadelphia as part of a lacrosse triple-header March 9
The game will count as a Big East Conference game. It will be the second Big East Conference game originally scheduled to be played at the Carrier Dome in 2013 that has been moved into a professional sports stadium.

ESPN Report: Maryland, Rutgers in Talks With Big Ten
An ESPN report Saturday night said Maryland is in “serious negotiations” to join the Big Ten, and that Rutgers could follow suit. The move could come as soon as early next week.

Tristate Signing Week Commit Rundown, Photos; More News
We’re halfway there.

Bruce Frady Promoted To Men's Lacrosse Associate Head Coach
Quinnipiac Men's Lacrosse Eric Fekete and Director of Athletics and Recreation Jack McDonald have confirmed that assistant coach Bruce Frady has been promoted to Men's Lacrosse Associate Head Coach, announced on Thursday, November 15, 2012.

Vote Now for LM's Preseason Players of the Year!
Who will shine in 2013? It's your time to vote.

Fighting Irish Name Captains For 2013 Season
Seniors Quinn Cully (M), Ryan Foley (M), Matt Miller (D) and Sean Rogers (A) have been named team captains for the 2013 University of Notre Dame men's lacrosse season. All four student-athletes are first-time captains for the Fighting Irish.

Despite reservations, college lacrosse coaches recruit younger and younger players
With a year-round playing calendar and college commitments from 15-year-old sophomores becoming the norm in lacrosse, coaches and governing officials are concerned that the sport is headed for an out-of-control recruiting climate reminiscent of football and basketball.

Today's beats: In honor of Maryland and Rutgers potentially moving to the Big Ten --