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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: September 18, 2012

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New Recruits and High School Pedigree
My entrance into the Syracuse University (SU) lacrosse community on campus in 1983 happened awkwardly in large part because of my own insecurity as a player void of any noted tradition.

More Max
First order of business is to welcome our transfers. We have added two stellar student athletes, Tobias Armour and Griff McGoldrick. Even though I haven’t talked to Griff I would like to welcome him via this blog. Also I would like to take the time to tell Tobias that he has one of the coolest names because it means "Yahweh is good" in Greek.

Freshman 15: College Rookies to Watch (Men)
There are the best players, and there are those coming into the right situation at the right time. It's where talent meets circumstance. Here are 15 first-year men to watch when they take the field this fall.

Marquette Men's Lacrosse Announces 2013 Schedule
The Marquette University men's lacrosse team officially announced Wednesday its 2013 pre-season and regular-season schedule for the program's inaugural campaign, which begins in February and features match-ups against three teams that participated in the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship.

Men's lacrosse volunteers with Habitat for Humanity
Good on you, High Point!

Jordan Houtby plays for Team Canada in Duel in Denver
GLS was the first outlet to break the news that Detroit rising senior LSM/defenseman Jordan Houtby would be playing for Canada in the Duel in Denver exhibition game against Team USA last Saturday, and it’s time for a follow-up. How did Houtby do?

Layne '10 Named Director Of Men's Lacrosse Operations
Former Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse captain and All-American Steve Layne '10 has returned to the Greyhounds as the program's first Director of Lacrosse Operations. Layne was a two-time All-ECAC honoree and a member of three NCAA Tournament teams.

Today's beats: Sing the song!