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Lacrosse the Internet: August 19, 2013

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La Salle 2014 midfielder Hudak commits to Brown
Why did you choose school: “I was fortunate enough to visit Brown University and I was extremely impressed with the coaching staff (Tiffany, Turner, and Boyle), campus, and town of Providence.”

Episcopal Academy 2014 LSM-DEF Furey commits to Boston U.
Why did you choose B.U.? “I chose Boston U for its strong academics and opportunity to play right away at a new program. Coach (Ryan) Polley has the program headed in the right direction with BU joining the highly competitive Patriot League. The campus was also a major factor as I loved the urban setting and size.”

2013 Top 50 Young Gun Junior Rankings
Inside Lacrosse is pleased to unveil the Top 50 Young Gun Juniors, found in the 2013 Recruiting Issue.

Monmouth University men's lacrosse head coach Brian Fisher announced the addition of Bill McCutcheon as an assistant coach for the first-year program this fall. McCutcheon, a former Towson University standout at attack, will join Fisher and assistant coach Andrew Geison on the Monmouth staff in September.

Suffolk (NY) Rookie of the Year Carrara makes Maryland his choice
The 6-foot, 165-pound Carrara, who was an all-star at the Maverik Showtime National Recruiting Spotlight, also performed well at the Long Island Showcase.

Tappan Zee (NY) midfielder Pollack will continue family’s D-I lax tradition
The 6-foot, 170-pound Pollack, a rising senior midfielder, has been a varsity player at T.Z. since his freshman year. He is effective at shooting on the run and dodging, has good speed and quickness and is strong defensively and on groundballs.

How To Calculate if Your School Will Go Division I in Lacrosse
Add up the below variables that apply to your university. If your number adds up to at least 100 congratulations you are going varsity in 2015!

Today's beats: Bill Withers still rules.