clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: November 8, 2012

Denver goes north for a commit, people doing good things, and Dan Chemotti takes a look at his entire life.

This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.

Throwback Thursday: Back and Forward with Dan Chemotti
Former New Jersey Pride and Chesapeake Bayhawk Dan Chemotti named as University of Richmond's First D1 Coach.

The Highlander : NCAA Switches Shooting String Regulations
Men’s lacrosse coach Jim Ricardo wants the sport to be known as the fastest game played on two feet–and rule changes for the upcoming season may grant his wish.

Bomberry says yes to Denver
Last week, the crafty Six Nations Arrows forward verbally committed to the UD Pioneers lacrosse program, which many experts say has had a great recruiting class so far. Those experts with the magazine Indoor Lacrosse also called Bomberry's addition "a huge recruiting coup."

Ivy League’s player safety stance should be the norm
The Ivy League has a history of leadership in education and ground-breaking research, but this year it’s being recognized for its innovation in another category: student-athlete safety. “So what?” you might say.

Lacrosse World Picks Up Pieces, Lends Hand After Sandy
It's a region home to many in the lacrosse community and many people in Inside Lacrosse's readership. Thoughts go out to those affected.

Lax Links: Nov. 6, 2012
As always, trying to round up everything that’s going on in the great state of Michigan as it relates to the sport of lacrosse. If I’ve missed anything, let me know via e-mail or Twitter.

Michigan to Play Colgate at New York's Citi Field
The Michigan athletic department prides itself on being the "leaders and best." Well, the Wolverines 2013 men's lacrosse schedule certainly underscores that fact, with some outside the box thinking.

Today's beats: Kablammo!