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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: July 27, 2012

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Kavanagh Caps U19 Tournament With MVP Award
Matt Kavanagh was presented with a painting by a local artist who doubles as the Finnish men's national team goalie on Saturday, a marker of the MVP award Kavanagh earned while racking up 19 points and 15 assists for the U.S. under-19 men's national gold medal-winning team during two weeks in Finland.

Basti Promoted to Associate Head Lacrosse Coach at Hartford
Jonathan Basti, formerly an assistant men's lacrosse coach at the University of Hartford, has been promoted to associate head coach as announced by head coach Peter Lawrence and Director of Athletics Pat Meiser.

Chaminade's Bonafede, one of nation's top rising juniors, reflects on his choice of Princeton lacrosse
Sam Bonafede is not only one of the most multidimensional midfielders in the nation, but one of the best.

Incoming Red Foxes Earning National Recognition
Incoming Red Foxes Earning National Recognition

DU Men’s Lacrosse Announces 2013 Captains
Eric Law, Cameron Flint, Drew Babb and Chase Carraro will serve as the Pioneers' 2013 captains.

8th Grader Tackles Autism From Lax Field
Drew Quinto started Hills vs. Autism, a nonprofit, aimed at raising awareness of the disorder and money for sports programs.

In Wake of NCAA Sanctions for Penn State Football, Tambroni Assured of Nittany Lions' Future
Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni has been leading the men's lacrosse program for just a few days more than two years, and he says he's still learning the landscape of the athletic department in State College, Pa.

Today's beats: The Royal Concept -- Like Phoenix, but more Swedish and less frog-eating.