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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: July 23, 2012

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College: The Transition
The transition from high school to college-level sports is debatably the most daunting experience for young athletes who are talented enough to continue their game.

Revolutionizing The Game and The Business of Lacrosse
I played against the Paul and Gary Gait about three times in my career: 1990 world games and in the Cape Cod Classic following their senior year at Syracuse.

Ridgefield lacrosse rising junior Bonaparte eager to join Maryland's midfield
On Saturday, the rising junior made his choice. As first reported on, Bonaparte gave a verbal commitment to the University of Maryland. And the Terrapins will be getting themselves a versatile player.

Matt Danowski to Join Duke Lacrosse Coaching Staff
Blue Devil Star Heads to Sideline.

Stony Brook-bound Prestreau will become latest from his neighborhood to play D-I lacrosse
Like many players growing up in Yorktown, lacrosse has been a way of like for as long as Brian Prestreau can remember. In fact, he grew up surrounded by it.

Ivy League adopts new rules in lacrosse and soccer to limit concussions
The Ivy League has imposed new rules to limit concussions in lacrosse and soccer.

Local lacrosse recruiting notes
The trend of rising high sophomore sophomores making oral college commitments continues, highlighted by a pair of players who have chosen to join Maryland, the national runner-up the past two seasons.

Today's beats: Best Coast!