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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 14, 2012

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Tuesday Extras: From Writers
Bill Tierney still remembers the telephone conversation. Penn State had a decision to make when its longtime coach, Glenn Thiel, retired in May 2010. It had plans in the works for a new field and wanted to make a hire that could put Penn State lacrosse on the map.

Where to Watch Lacrosse Games on TV, Online This Week
Get the couch warmed up, lax fans.

Virginia's Starsia taking methodical approach to spate of upsets
Cavaliers coach willing to reserve judgment until Final Four weekend in May

Lacrosse catching on in Utah
Kids in Utah are putting down baseball bats and picking up lacrosse sticks as the sport gains popularity for springtime recreation.

Syracuse University lacrosse team employed two four-man rotations at midfield vs. St. John's
Sophomore Scott Loy, the odd man out a week earlier, joined the mix vs. the Red Storm.

Colgate Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: Better Ingredients, Better Pizza
Sunday’s are usually our one day off during the week to relax and catch up on schoolwork, however, this Sunday we had practice in order to prepare for our Tuesday game against Hobart.

Villanova Players Break Down Max Hart's Dramatic Last-Second Goal
The Wildcats were down by three goals with just more than eight minutes left and capped the comeback with a stunning last-second goal by Max Hart — from 35 yards out.

Today's beats: Violent Femmes are just pure stinky emotion. (Or, pure sticky emotion if you actually listen to what Gordon Gano was writing). Here's "36-24-36" off of the Add It Up compilation: