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Lacrosse the Internet: June 28, 2013

It's Friday. Let's eat crab cakes.

It may be a somewhat light day around here. The 2013 decompression is set to start on Monday. Get ready.

Siena Lacrosse Signs Ten
Siena Lacrosse head coach John Svec has announced his incoming recruiting class. The Saints will welcome a total of 10 freshmen to the Siena College campus this fall which will comprise the program's Class of 2017.

Hills West rising junior Ozsvarth will stay close to home at Stony Brook
The 6-foot, 160-pound Ozsvarth, who has outstanding field vision, is an excellent feeder and off-ball player who moves well without the ball. He earned a starting spot at Hills West his freshman year, finishing that season with 25 goals and six assists.

Needham's Nico Panepinto is ESPN Boston Mr. Lacrosse
Panepinto, who has signed a national letter of intent to Fairfield University, is the third Mr. Lacrosse winner, joining previous recipients Grant Whiteway (Billerica Memorial, UMass) and Max Randall (Duxbury, Dartmouth).

Artificial turf installation continues Furman's football facility facelift
While the football team will be the first to play on the new surface, Furman’s new men’s and women’s lacrosse programs will be next as their inaugural seasons begin in the spring of 2014.

Murray, Voice of Long Island Lacrosse, Passes Away
The first time I walked in the Shuart Stadium press box at Hofstra University, I immediately noticed a unique street sign abutting from the front of the structure: "Norm Murray Corner" it read in yellow block letters on a blue background.

Copelan Announces Men's Lacrosse Incoming Freshmen Class
Fairfield University head men's lacrosse coach Andy Copelan announced 16 additions to the Stags roster that will enroll at Fairfield in September as members of the Class of 2017. Tyler Behring (Little Silver, N.J.) Matt Borda (Kensington, Md.), Phil Boukas (Manhasset, N.Y.), Will Collopy (Glen Rock, N.J.), Brandon Cortazar (Dix Hills, N.Y.), Dan DeLaney (Sudbury, Mass.), Andrew Eidenshink (Wyncote, Pa.), David Fleming (San Carlos, Calif.), Christopher Giorgio (Sudbury, Mass.), Jake Kaiser(Ridgefield, Conn.), Jake Knotsman (Bainbridge Island, Wash.), Tom Lavelle (Manhasset, N.Y.), Nico Panepinto (Needham, Mass.) Conor Walsh (Rumson, N.J.), Jay Walsh (Duxbury, Mass.), and Logan Williamson (New Rochelle, N.Y.) comprise the incoming rookie class for the Stags.

Staff Debate: Coach of the Year
There's been lots of talk this week on about the importance of coaching.

Today's beats: I know you have 45 minutes to waste on Brain Salad Surgery.