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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: August 14, 2012

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UDM Improvement ’13: Offense
Score more goals, win more games: it’s that simple.

Hot Pot Of Lax: How Do YOU Feel About The Rule Changes?
The internet has been awash with commentary on the proposed rules for 2013, and much of it has come from industry experts and emotionally invested members of the lacrosse community. The fear for us here is that the LOUD VOICES will drown out the general consensus (much like we see in American politics), so before we go too far, we want to hear what YOU have to say!

Syracuse swoops in to steal H-W's Burr
If there’s anyone that knows the feeling of a momentum shift, it’s a lacrosse faceoff specialist.

Lacrosse considers 30-second shot clock to speed up play
Lacrosse has long been called the fastest sport on two feet. The NCAA is trying to make it even faster.

Rising sophomore star is the latest Grass headed to Hopkins lacrosse
The Grass brothers will be hoping for a three-peat as Section 1 champions next spring. But even though Jack, who earned All-America honors last spring, will be a senior, it won’t be the Grass brothers’ last shot at being on a title-winning squad.

Darren's Dream Comes True In Loyola Victory
When the Loyola University men's lacrosse team won the school's first national Division I championship, the most memorable congratulatory hug coach Charley Toomey received wasn't from a player or a coach. Instead, it was athletic training aide Darren Artuso.

Lacrosse needs to be in the Olympics
And who can forget Paul Rabil’s split dodge and 100 MPH top cheddar rip to win the gold medal against Canada. What’s that?

Today's beats: It ain't creepy if it was in a movie.