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Lacrosse the Internet: October 1, 2013

It's officially fall beers season.

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NCAA Lacrosse Postseason Expands
While a relatively benign change, the addition of two extra teams could be extremely beneficial for the ACC, or rather for the teams outside the ACC.

Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Adds Tim Robbins to Staff
Rutgers men’s lacrosse has added Tim Robbins as its volunteer assistant coach, third-year head coach Brian Brecht announced Thursday. Robbins’ primary responsibilities will be coaching the goalies, faceoff specialist, assisting with the defense and helping with day-to-day operations of the program.

Fall All-Access: Georgetown
Coach Kevin Warne made sure to shock the system last fall, with intense practices designed to spur a culture change at Georgetown. The Hoyas would end up 6-9 in 2013, earning a Big East Tournament berth.

Lacrosse Announces Staffing Change, Additions
During the fall non-championship season, Virginia Military Institute head lacrosse coach Brian Anken has announced the addition of two members to the program’s staff, Michael Grimm and Keith Long ’12, as well as elevating Curtis Jaques ’07 to associate head coach.

Fuchs on college switch: 'When the opportunity presented itself to attend Binghamton, it was a no-brainer'
The athletic midfielder had been planning on following the collegiate path of another former Hewlett standout, Max Seibald, by committing to the admission process at Cornell University almost a full year ago.

St. Mark's 2015 midfield-FO Schweizer commits to Delaware
Other schools considered? Despite other offers, in the end, I chose UD over Towson.

Orioles should resolve lacrosse conflict
Unbelievable! The NCAA is returning the Men's Lacrosse Final Four to Baltimore in 2014, and the American League schedules the Orioles home on that weekend.

Today's beats: Holy crap. Elvis Costello hooked up with The Roots.