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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: July 9, 2012

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2 Part Video of the Princeton Tigers Lacrosse Team Visiting Costa Rica
Many of the highlights of the Princeton men’s lacrosse team’s trip to Costa Rica from June 7-14 can be seen in a two-part video below. Among the clips are the World Cup qualifier between Costa Rica and El Salvador, the practice and game with the Costa Rican national team, ziplining, surfing, the clinics with local kids in Samara and the painting and refurbishing of the community centre.

England, Clive Capture European Lacrosse Championship
Two of Siena Lacrosse's recent greats squared off on the world stage Saturday. Current Saint Colin Clive '14 and England defeated former Saint Matt Walsh '06 and Ireland 15-5 to capture the 2012 European Lacrosse Championship in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Hello: Gerald Logan
The final member Michigan’s 2012 signing class yet to be profiled is Hotchkiss postgrad goalie Gerald Logan, originally from Sachem (N.Y.) North.

Fulton native Steve Manitta is new men's lacrosse coach at Manhattan College
Manitta comes to Riverdale after three years as head men's lacrosse coach/assistant athletic director at Mercy College.

Syracuse University lacrosse team could get another infusion of talent via Johns Hopkins
Inside Lacrosse reports that former Blue Jays attackman Mike Daniello has been granted his release and is headed to SU.

US Lacrosse 2012 Boys' High School AAs and AAAs Announced
US Lacrosse has announced the final two groups of boys' US Lacrosse High School All-Americans, All-Academic and Bob Scott Award honorees. A remaining 337 All-Americans, 161 All-Academics and 24 Bob Scott Award players were named from 52 US Lacrosse Areas across the country.

Bocklet family wears lacrosse triple crown
Most families who send their Division I athletes to college do so for a good education, and the hope that maybe they'll win a national title. For the Bocklets of South Salem, it's safe to say that expectations were met, and then some.

Today's beats: Ben Lee, because it's a day of the week and that's why.