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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: June 20, 2012

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Picking Corners with Rob Pannell
Rob Pannell stopped by Maximum Lacrosse Camps last week, and I got the chance to talk to him about his Summer plans, how he’s healed up from injury, and his excitement for one more year of college lacrosse.

Hello: Cooper Charlton
The season is over, and it’s time to profile the remainder of the 2012 Michigan lacrosse recruiting class. The penultimate profile belongs to Ohioan defenseman Cooper Charlton.

Lacrosse firm STX innovates with lofty goal for sport
The founder of STX revolutionized the lacrosse stick in 1970. The Baltimore company continues to push for innovation, with the goal that all kids in the U.S. play the sport.

A Q&A With Lacrosse Star and Tewaaraton Award Winner Peter Baum
After receiving his award and heading back to Colgate University, Baum took some time out to speak with Indian Country Today Media Network to discuss how he felt about receiving such an honor, and, what the game and spirit of lacrosse meant to him.

Hobart HOF Member Edward Howard '79 Dies Unexpectedly
The Hobart and William Smith Colleges' community is mourning the loss of Hobart Athletics Hall of Famer Edward I. Howard '79. The two-time lacrosse All-American died unexpectedly on Saturday, June 16.

Should College Lacrosse Add a Shot Clock?
Anyone who watches lacrosse or basketball is familiar with what can affectionately be called "stall ball." This is when the team in the lead chooses not to attack the goal and instead plays "keep away" from the defense. In an Ohio State lacrosse win over the University of Denver last February, the Buckeyes held the ball on the offensive end without attacking the net for nearly five and a half minutes. Last year, Maryland beat Syracuse to advance to the national semifinals, but only after being warned 10 times for stalling.

Lacrosse Insider: Review & Preview – 2013 poll, Nos. 1-5
Here is the fourth installment of an attempt at a premature poll for next season.

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