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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: January 9, 2013

Get yer tickets, VMI announces its (really late) schedule, and a cool story about Harvard's Stephen Jehelka.

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

A Small World Within A Large Campus
On January 8th, Harvard alumnus Dr. Stephen O'Brien, and current Harvard students and teammates Alex White and Stephen Jahelka will be sharing something besides their Harvard educations; they will be sharing the same operating room. Dr. O'Brien and Stephen Jahelka are also both residents of Garden City

Patriot Cup – NCAA D1 Lacrosse in Dallas
The Patriot Cup will showcase some of the nation’s premier collegiate and high school programs, including perennial powerhouse Georgetown versus Dartmouth. Also featured will be SMU versus Texas A&M, two of the nation’s top MCLA teams (virtual varsity college).

VMI Laxers Announce Road-Heavy 2013 Schedule -
The wheels on the bus will go round and round and round and round for the Virginia Military Institute lacrosse team, which announced its road-heavy 2013 schedule on Thursday afternoon.

Alphabetical 2013 NCAA D1 Preview: Duke
Duke went 15-5 in 2012 and was quite close to making it back to another title game. Duke played TWELVE Top 20 games, and won seven of them. All five of their losses came to ranked teams, and their worst loss was a 15-9 battle with Denver.

Men's Lacrosse Season Tickets On Sale
Orange lacrosse fans can purchase 2013 men's lacrosse season tickets online now at or by calling the Carrier Dome Box Office at 1-888-DOMETIX.

Men's Lacrosse Season Tickets On Sale
With the 2013 men's lacrosse season fast approaching, now is the time to get your season tickets for another exciting season at Fetzer Field.

Are you the 99%?
Matt Forman of Lacrosse Magazine wrote an excellent piece that breaks down the cold hard facts about athletic scholarships available in college lacrosse. It’s a must read for parents with boys aspiring to play at the Division 1 level. It’s also a must read for boys whose parents aspire for them to make it to the D1 level. The article is sobering, particularly for those who truly don’t appreciate how the odds of making it to the D1 level are stacked against them. The odds of obtaining an athletic scholarship to play lacrosse at that level are even slimmer. Less than 1% of high school lacrosse players will be fortunate enough to claim such a prize.

Today's beats: Some things are beautiful; Paul Simon's words are beyond that.