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Lacrosse the Internet: July 16, 2013


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Questions and Answers: Hobart's Greg Raymond
Hobart just announced the hiring of Greg Raymond on Friday evening, and I caught up with the first-time head coach on the phone. Read more about his career and the Hobart job at the press release which came out late this afternoon.

Does Mike Birney have the world’s fastest shot?
The fastest shot competition during halftime of the MLL All-Star game Saturday evening draws to mind an important question: Does a sophomore from Detroit actually have the world’s biggest gun?

Rye Country Day's Miller makes Cornell lacrosse his choice
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Miller, who plays for the Prime Time 2014 travel team, is a physical and athletic player who can score with either hand, as shown on his highlight reel.

Kellenberg’s Kavanagh, brother of Notre Dame standout, headed to Hofstra
“I have a Canadian, hockey-type style of play like my brother,” Brendan, a rising senior attackman at Kellenberg Memorial (N.Y.) said.

Rye grad Mike Benincasa decides on Delaware lacrosse
An excellent one-on-one play, Benincasa is especially strong on coming away with groundballs.

Checking in with Dan Livingston sat down with rising sophomore Dan Livingston of the Towson men's lacrosse team for a brief, getting-to-know-you chat. Livingston was a key part of the Tigers' short-stick defensive midfield unit during their run to the 2013 NCAA Tournament.

Polley Announces Inaugural Men's Lacrosse Recruiting Class
Boston University head men's lacrosse coach Ryan Polley announced the program's inaugural recruiting class on Monday.

Today's beats: Vincent Prince being Vincent Price.