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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: August 29, 2012

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Whitley Promoted To Assistant Coach
Fairfield University head men's lacrosse coach Andy Copelan announced that Andy Whitley has been promoted to assistant coach, after serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the past three seasons. In his new capacity, Whitley will now have responsibilities that include goalkeeper coach, recruiting, and travel coordination, while maintaining his duties as the Stags face-off coach.

CBA starting quarterback makes commitment to play lacrosse for Syracuse University
J.R. Zazzara of CBA was about to get cozy with Hopkins, Loyola when Syracuse pounced.

Lasagna: Is Early Recruiting Ruining the Game?
Another Camp Closing Ceremony in the books. Tired, smiling players wait eagerly for one more "I’m interested in your school" bump with staff coaches. SUV engines race, tinted windows up, AC cranked to ultra-feeeze. Fathers wait for sunburnt sons to load stinky gear in the back. Set the GPS to Next Tournament. Attach IV drip. Out.

Meet the Buckeye Newcomers
Nick Myers, Ohio State men's lacrosse head coach, announced the addition of 14 players to the Buckeye roster for 2012-13, including 13 freshmen. The class was slotted No. 16 by Inside Lacrosse in its annual recruiting rankings, with five players ranked in the Top 50 for their individual positions and three Top 100 players overall.

Peter Milliman Joins Princeton Men's Lacrosse Staff
Peter Milliman, who led Pfeiffer University to a program-record 12 wins in the 2012 season, has left his position as head coach of the Falcons to become the volunteer assistant coach at Princeton.

Baby Blue Locker Room Battle
We’re taking UNC’s rich mahogany lockers and the repeating logos on the carpet over the Ikea lockers of the Cordish Center.

How Will GDF's Retirement Affect Boston College's Olympic Sports Programs?
After examining how the changing of the guard will affect the hockey, basketball and football programs, it's time to take a look at the rest of Boston College's varsity sports.

Today's beats: My brain is leaking out of my ears.