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Saturday Special!: January 12, 2013

There's lots of stuff hanging out in the queue. I need to thin the herd a little bit.

This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.

Galasso, Conroy Join Men's Lacrosse Team
Attackman Nicky Galasso and midfielder Brendan Conroy have joined the Orange men's lacrosse team for the 2013 season, SU head coach John Desko announced Tuesday, Jan. 8.

Recruiting: Adrenaline Challenge Recruit Fine 15
IL’s annual trip to the Adrenaline Challenge has, over time, emerged as the unofficial kick off for IL's recruiting evaluation calendar. This provides a nice bead on what’s happening on the West Coast before we settle into high school season evaluations, and then eventually the summer circuit. With Top 100 rankings, Top 50 rankings and Under Armour All-American Senior game nominations coming up briskly, there’s plenty to see and watch.

Recruiting: 2015 to BU, 2014's to Lehigh, Stony Brook, Furman, Quinnipiac, Binghamton, Vermont, St. Joe's
Though things are going slowly in the recruiting world this time of year, there's still some catching up to do post-New Year. Here we have BU's first 2015 commit plus 2014 verbals to Lehigh, Stony Brook, Binghamton, Vermont, Furman, Boston U. & St. Joseph's. Also, senior commits to Richmond and Army.

#LMranks: No. 19 Hofstra Pride (Men)
Power Ratings Offense: 3* Defense: 4 Goalkeeping: 2 Faceoffs: 3 *Out of 5

Syracuse Vapor Jersey 2013
Grey is stupid.

Alphabetical 2013 NCAA D1 Preview: High Point
Back in September of 2010, High Point University announced that they were adding men’s lacrosse at the Division 1 level. Former Denver associate head coach Jon Torpey was named head coach just two months later, and the Panthers have been holding official practices since fall 2011.

Alphabetical 2013 NCAA D1 Preview: Harvard
Harvard went 6-8 in 2012 under Chris Wojcik. The season started well with wins over Vermont and Holy Cross, but three straight losses, all in close games, brought the Crimson down to Earth. An OT win over Brown and a five goal win over Dartmouth gave hope, but Harvard would finish out the year going 2-5, and three straight losses to Penn, Princeton, and Yale ended the Crimson’s 2012 season.

Today's beats: In honor of the U.S. Lacrosse Convention holdings its party in Philadelphia. . . .