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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: July 26, 2012

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Professional: Lacrosse the Border
In the past few years, Canadians have made an increasing impact on NCAA lacrosse.

Danowski Joins Dad at Duke
Former Farmingdale star Matt Danowski takes assistant lacrosse coaching job at ACC power Duke.

Side-by-side: Michigan and Detroit 2012
One Division-1 program in the state of Michigan just wrapped up its third year of play. Another had a disappointing finish to year four. (We won’t get into the one that was in its fifteenth year of no longer existing).

Details for Sixth Annual Nick Colleluori Classic Announced
This year the Division I line-up includes the following programs: Colgate University, High Point University, Hofstra University, Lehigh University, Marist College, Marquette University, University of Michigan, Mount St. Mary’s University, Robert Morris University, St. Joseph’s University and Villanova University.

Rising senior Phelan is latest Yorktown lacrosse defensive standout to pick Rutgers
Jack Phelan has good size, speed, stick skills and a very high lacrosse IQ. So it should come as no surprise that the 6-foot-3, 190-pound rising senior is the latest Yorktown defensive standout to decide on continuing his lacrosse career at Rutgers.

USA U19 Lacrosse Team Tops Canada to Win FIL Championship
The U.S under-19 men's national team captured the Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championship on Saturday, beating Canada 10-8 to cap a comeback run through the tournament after dropping a pair of pool play games to the Iroquois and the Canadians one week ago.

Polley introduced as first men’s lacrosse coach
"I’m ecstatic," Polley said. "It is a tremendous opportunity. Going to the Patriot League is very exciting from a standpoint of competitiveness. It’s a great conference with great lacrosse, and I just can’t wait to kind of get here and get started and just kind of build a program from scratch."

Today's beats: Here's John Coltrane and Miles Davis tearing "Four" apart.