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Lacrosse the Internet: October 9, 2013

I challenge you to a game of horsehoes! A GAME OF HORSESHOES!

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Play For Parkinson's: Richmond, Loyola, Georgetown, Towson, Notes and Scores
Richmond got its first taste of Division I intercollegiate action, while questions were answered — and raised — for the other college participants at Saturday's Play For Parkinson's tournament in Alexandria, Va.

Richmond Shows Toughness in Program's Debut
When it was done -- Richmond's debut as a varsity program -- coach Dan Chemotti was immediately reminded of his past.

Choate Rosemary Hall standout Sands gives Lafayette its first 2016 tristate commit
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Sands is from a lacrosse family.

Nick Colleluori Classic: Binghamton senior DEF Augustyn can easily relate to the Colleluori's family loss
It was 18 years ago today that Binghamton’s Garrett Augustyn lost his older brother, Michael, to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

Allentown (NJ) 2014 defenseman Adler commits to UMass-Lowell
Why did you choose UMass-Lowell? “I chose UMass-Lowell for its great academics along with the opportunity to play at the Division 1 level and a great coaching staff.”

From Ann Arbor to Tokyo, Paul Spreads Game of Lacrosse
On Oct. 26, Michigan head coach John Paul will be inducted into the Michigan chapter of the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame, mainly for his commitment to the growth of the game of lacrosse in the state of Michigan. In his 26 years of lacrosse in the state of Michigan, he has had a front-row seat for the booming popularity and growth of the sport not only at U-M but around the state.

Colleluori Classic: Monmouth, Hofstra, VMI, Villanova, St. Joe's, Lafayette, Binghamton Notes
The seventh annual Nicholas Colleluori Fall Collegiate Classic at Ridley High School on Saturday afternoon brought together Villanova, St. Joe’s, VMI, Binghamton, Hofstra, Lafayette and for the first time, Monmouth.

Today's beats: Shovels and Rope is alright.