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Lacrosse the Internet: October 2, 2013

I believe in a little thing called "America." It's made in China, of course.

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

Lacrosse Teams Take Different Approaches to Fall Ball
Joe Amplo, men’s lacrosse coach, said the team would have to travel to any school they would play, and not many are within a reasonable distance. The NCAA does not allow athletes to miss class for a non-championship season.

Michigan Adds Sophomore Midfielder
Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills, Mich.) sophomore midfielder Ryan Prior has verbally committed to play men’s lacrosse for Michigan.

Desko in favor of tournament expansion
The 2014 NCAA lacrosse tournament will be a little bigger than it's been in the past, and Orange head coach John Desko thinks that's a good thing.

Fallball Holes to Fill: Specialists
Though the new rules have arguably watered down the specificity of the game slightly, DI squads still often rely on specialist to perform highly valuable roles that can have tremendous influence on a team's overall success.

Jonathan Rodak Joins Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse Operations Staff
Jonathan Rodak has joined the University of Notre Dame men's lacrosse operations staff. Rodak, who played collegiately at Cazenovia College, brings a wide-range of experiences in the lacrosse world to the Fighting Irish program.

Using the 2014 Alignment to Pick the 2013 Field
With this week's news that the Division I men's lacrosse tournament is expanding to 18 teams for this upcoming spring with two play-in games to narrow the field to its normal first-weekend configuration, we got a little excited.

Fox Lane 2016 midfielder Morgan on Syracuse: 'The lacrosse program is unbelievable and it has always been my dream to play there'
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound righty is an athletic midfielder who is described as a “competitor and leader,” by Nick Daniello, director of the Prime Time travel program, where Morgan has played since Prime Time’s inception in 2009.

Today's beats: Some new-ish Phoenix.