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Lacrosse the Internet: December 16, 2013

Monmouth wants a fancy building, Jim Fenzel is talented, and more.

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

A Full Pint

Monmouth University Has $15 Million Plans For Football Stadium
Monmouth hasn't played an official date of Division I lacrosse yet and the program is looking at a situation where it could be playing in a facility that will undergo 15 million dollars in improvements. That's . . . well, as a comparison, Wagner just found a way to pony up some extra dough for a full-time assistant to Matt Poskay. The improvements will include a lot of form-driven renovations, but it's still illustrative of the resources race that is starting to pull lacrosse into the battle. This isn't necessarily a tipping point for the Hawks' lacrosse momentum, but it will provide the program with a nice chip that it can play.

Community Content: Cornell Lacrosse Video and Art from Jim Fenzel
Jim Fenzel's art stands uniquely in the lacrosse realm. Here's a video that was put together that features his art and Max Seibald, Rob Pannell, and Ryan Hurley talking a bit about Cornell lacrosse.

Flights

Holy Cross Names John Carroll Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach
"Welcome to Worcester. Dollar twenty-five, please."

Gilardi Promoted to Associate Head Lacrosse Coach
Update those business cards.

2014 Face-Off Yearbook: America East Rankings, Outlook
Here's the six word preview of the America East: It's Albany and then a mess.

2014 Face-Off Yearbook: Atlantic Sun Rankings, Outlook
Here's the four word preview of the Atlantic Sun: I don't know, either.

Recruiting: 2017s to UNC, Bucknell; 2016's to 'Cuse, Michigan, Maryland, G'town; Several 2015 Verbals
To quote our friends from Black Heart Gold Pants: Caring is creepy.

Two Thoughts on Freshmen Giving Verbals
If coaches can't agree on early recruiting prohibitions, I'm inclined to believe that tacit agreements as to not recruiting verbally committed players is dead.