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Lacrosse the Internet: July 30, 2013

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I'm going to see Ben Folds and Guster tonight. I also built a time machine and it's 1999.

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

Beyond the Northeast: California rising sophomore star will return to his Maryland roots
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound Faecher is a versatile and skilled attackman who changes directions well and has outstanding field vision and a high lacrosse IQ, as evidenced by his highlight reel. He also plays football (as a quarterback and middle linebacker).

Defender Ross is third Sachem North (NY) Class of 2014 standout to select Stony Brook lacrosse
Ross’ path to D-I is quite a story. He did not start playing lax until eighth grade. He is a strong and athletic player with good quickness. He’s also a football standout for the Flaming Arrows as a running back/linebacker.

ReQRuitme boys' recruit: Conestoga 2015 LSM-defenseman Sidoriak commits to Towson
Conestoga rising junior LSM-defenseman Dylan Sidoriak has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Towson University

ReQRuitme boys' recruit: Salesianum School 2015 defenseman Freeborn commits to Navy
Salesianum School rising junior defenseman Connor Freeborn has committed to play Division I lacrosse at the United States Naval Academy.

ReQRuitme boys' recruit: Springfield-Delco 2015 attackman Spence commits to Lehigh
Springfield-Delco rising junior attackman Lucas Spence has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Lehigh University.

Video Explosion: The Thompson Family
There's more than the Thompson Trio, yo.

Snubs and Surprises of the U.S. Team Tryout List
John Locascio makes the second ’Nova Wildcat whose inclusion is something of a surprise. As a college player, his exceptional season was somewhat overshadowed by Jesse Bernhardt and Scott Ratliff.

Today's beats: Some Dan Croll to start your Tuesday.