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Lacrosse the Internet: July 23, 2013

I ate eight White Castle hamburgers last night. This is what the end of existence feels like.

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Garden City playoff hero Stasco set on St. Joseph's lacrosse
Stasco, who is the seventh Class of 2014 GC player to commit to a college, is a dodging midfielder with a strong outside shot — as evidenced by the goal vs. Niskayuna. He also plays football for the Trojans, who won the 2012 Long Island Championship.

Ridgefield rising senior Carbone picks Providence lacrosse
Carbone, who is also a football and skiing standout, is a physical and aggressive two-way midfielder who is effective at shooting on the run and who has a strong lacrosse IQ.

Wantagh's Sommer set on Marist lacrosse
Sommer is a rangy defender with good size and speed known for getting groundballs.

Recruiting: 2017 Nike Blue Chip Standouts
I spent as much time as I could Thursday and Friday of last week carefully watching the group of players attending Jake Reed's Nike Blue Chip Camp for members of the 2017 high school class, which brought rising freshmen to UMBC for what might be the first showcase-style event for many of these youngsters.

Lasagna: Who is 'Winning' in Early Recruiting?
Throughout the summer, joy and panic abound. College coaches and prospects find themselves positioned like thoroughbreds and jockeys dashing around the track at Saratoga.

Brandon Barker commits to Ohio State for lacrosse
Barker, a midfielder who is 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, told Ohio State University coaches Sunday that he wants the school’s offer to play with the Buckeyes on a partial athletic scholarship.

Brewster (NY) defender DaRos decides on Fairfield lacrosse
An athletic, two-way midfielder, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound DaRos is a strong shooter with a high lacrosse IQ. He also is a two-way starter on the Bears’ football team at quarterback and safety.

Today's beats: This song is a freakin' brainworm.