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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: August 30, 2012

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What Rocks: Kevin Warne
Last week, Kevin Warne was named head coach of Georgetown lacrosse. He replaces the legendary Dave Urick, who led the program to 223 wins and 12 top-ten year-end rankings in his 23 years in command. Warne comes from an assistant coaching position at University of Maryland, where he won 25 games in two years and helped the team to the NCAA National Championship game in both 2011 and 2012. Both years, the Terrapins finished the season ranked second in the nation.

UVa lax officially adds Charlie Streep
With all of the compliance red tape out of the way, Virginia coach Dom Starsia is free to talk about his latest addition to the program—former Bucknell player Charlie Streep (who is the nephew of actress Meryl Streep).

Every summer it seems like we go through the same thing in the lacrosse world.

Villanova-bound Cuccinello of Mountain Lakes among flurry of verbal commits to end the week
One of the top players in New Jersey, Christian Cuccinello, has decided on his college destination.

Men's Lacrosse To Hold Open Tryouts
The Marquette University men's lacrosse team will hold open tryouts on Sept. 7 at Valley Fields. Those interested in trying out must report to the artificial turf field at 4 p.m. CT.

Georgetown Men's Lacrosse Names Matt Rewkowski and Brian Phipps as Assistant Coaches
Georgetown University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach Kevin Warne announced that Matt Rewkowski and Brian Phipps will join the Hoyas' coaching staff for the 2012 season. The two hires will complete Warne's staff for his inaugural season on the Hilltop. Rewkowski comes to Georgetown after spending two years as the Associate Head Coach at Cornell, while Phipps worked with Warne as an assistant coach at Maryland for the past two seasons.

Class One Q&A: Kyle Jackson
On being first Canadian to come play at U-M in 20 years ..."That's super exciting for me because that was something that first appealed to me."

Today's beats: I'm not a big Stones fan, but whatever.