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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: June 5, 2012

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An Interview With Jim Brown: Passion For The Game
Jim Brown's love for the game of lacrosse seeped through the phone.

Beyond Dreams: Oregon Kid Baum Takes Tewaaraton
Less than an hour after accepting the head coaching job at Colgate last July, Mike Murphy called Peter Baum. Murphy, who previously occupied the post of Army's defensive coordinator, knew what it was like trying to slow Baum, the Raiders' leading scorer. In short, no easy task.

Way-too-early 2013 lacrosse top 25: Nos. 16-20
Is this too far from the top for a perennial power?

Trends, Oddities and Lessons Learned: A Look Back at 2012
Swezey does the heavy lifting so that you can impress your friends.

Westward Expansion Might Restore NCAA Lacrosse Attendances
Growing up 3 hours north of Syracuse, I know all about the lure and appeal of lacrosse within the Northeast. And as a one-time outside market research consultant with the NCAA, I've researched and witnessed 2 NCAA Lacrosse Final Fours.

Way-too-early 2013 lacrosse top 25: Nos. 11-15
Five more teams that should make some noise next season.

Marlton native helps Loyola capture title | Courier-Post
When the Loyola University men's lacrosse team won its first NCAA Division I championship, Nikko Pontrello made a little history of his own. The freshman became the first St. Augustine graduate who can say he won this title.

Today's beats: Noah and the Whale is happening.