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Lacrosse the Internet: June 19, 2013

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Recruiting: Orange Crush Upstate Recruiting Showcase Analysis
Strategically juxtaposed to immediately follow the state championships held in Rochester, the Orange Crush event offered the many recruiters traveling through New York for the week the opportunity to see a long list of the up-and-coming players from the Empire State, primarily from Western NY, Central NY and the Capital Region.

July Issue: Duke Open Access
We're extemely excited about the cover photo — and judging by reaction on our Twitter feed last night, so are the readers. The cover shot features the Blue Devils celebrating in the locker room, with the Danowskis taking it all in with their arms around each other.

Summer Reading: Princeton Reflects and Regroups
What could we have done better?

Danowski Contract Extended Through 2018
The contract of Duke head men�s lacrosse coach John Danowski has been extended through the 2018 season, announced by the school�s Vice President and Director of Athletics Kevin White on Friday.

Sculptor Roy Simmons Jr. followed his dad at Syracuse
It's halftime at the 1983 NCAA lacrosse championship game. Rutgers Stadium is baking in 90° May heat. Syracuse trails Johns Hopkins 8-4, and in a soft, authoritative voice Orange coach Roy Simmons Jr. orders his players to stay on the field. He doesn't want them to get cool and comfortable in a locker room. He wants them to stay out in the glare and the heat of the sun and the score. "Here's the crowd and here's the scoreboard," he tells them. "There is no sanctuary."

Two-way middie Egan will go from Albany Academy to UAlbany
Egan, an athletic player who excels in unsettled situations, played his freshman and sophomore years at Avon Old Farms in Connecticut.

Massapequa senior faceoff specialist DeMarco changes college choice to Syracuse
Joe DeMarco was happy with his college choice.

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