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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: July 16, 2012

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Judd Lattimore Named Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach
It marks a return to Penn for Lattimore, who was an assistant coach with Penn for the 2006 season when the Quakers went 10-4 and made the NCAA Championship field.

NEW HAVEN 200: Jim Brown's visit to Yale with Syracuse lacrosse team creates buzz
On April 22, Brown and undefeated Syracuse came to town to take on Yale. Lacrosse didn’t get much coverage in the pages of the Register, but Brown’s appearance warranted a game day advance and a feature story (with a photograph of Brown) on the game.

Sophomore Recruiting a Complex Trend in College Lacrosse
This article ran into the June Issue of Inside Lacrosse magazine. Since then, IL has reported three 2015 verbal commitments, with more expected soon as the summer recruiting circuit continues to unfold. Though there is a clamoring among lacrosse fans in particular for more regulation at the NCAA level, the tenor at the top levels appears to be going in the opposite direction. It'll be interesting to watch this situation in the next year or so.

Syracuse University lacrosse team receives oral commitment from Penn Yan sophomore |
Lefty Bradley Voigt put up 108 points for the Class C state runner-up this season.

We Believe Foundation Announces 5th Annual Lacrosse Classic
The 5th Annual We Believe Lacrosse Classic will be held at Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, Maryland, August 4, 2012. Join us to watch some of the best Division I college lacrosse players come together to help raise funds for teens and young adults battling cancer. A list of some of the participating players can be found below

Incoming Syracuse lacrosse players will play in 2012 ESPNHS Warrior 40 Competition
Jamesville-DeWitt's Jordan Evans, Dylan Maltz (Ashburn, Va.) and Hayes McGinley are among the juniors and sophomores invited.

Playing the Hand You're Dealt
A few years ago, as he entered his family’s garage in Howard County near Baltimore, Maryland, Miles Moscato had tears running down his face. He was greeted by his mother, Tammy, who questioned why her young son was crying. "What’s wrong sweetie?" she asked.

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