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Lacrosse the Internet: July 31, 2013

See you in Hell, July!

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Stephenson will head up UML men's lacrosse
Ed Stephenson, a native of Baltimore, was named the head men's lacrosse coach at UMass Lowell, Director of Athletics Dana Skinner announced Saturday.

Evan Kalish Commits to Bellarmine University
Isn't that fancy.

Rapid Reaction: Analyzing the Tryout Pool of 98
With all of MLL and the six LXM Pro Tour players dominating the tryout pool, the eight current college players selected ought to be giddy about being picked to swim in the deep end. As if they needed more of a confidence boost, just being around this much talent will benefit Fowler, Massa, Schreiber, Kaut, Duke attackman Jordan Wolf, Loyola defenseman Joe Fletcher, Virginia fifth-year midfielder Chris LaPierre and Villanova long-stick midfielder John LoCascio. LoCascio is the Villanova protégé of sorts to long-stick sensation Brian Karalunas of the New York Lizards.

Vets, Newbies Battle For Team USA Face-Off Spot
Two collegians -- Duke's Brendan Fowler and Bryant's Kevin Massa -- are battling for a spot.

Bronxville (NY) defensive star Tarry picks Princeton lacrosse
A coveted target of many of the nation’s top Division I programs, Tarry has verbally committed to the admissions process at Princeton University.

Avon Old Farms (CT) rising junior Hahn headed to Air Force lacrosse
The 5-foot-10, 195-pound Hahn, a righty who plays travel lacrosse with 3d New England, is a two-year standout at Avon, where he also runs cross country and plays hockey.

Defender Talay of Smithtown East (NY) is latest LI standout set on Stony Brook
The 6-foot-2, 170-pound Talay not only has ideal size, but good quickness as well, in addition to playing an aggressive brand of lacrosse.

Today's beats: Some Lanhorne Slim.