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Lacrosse the Internet: August 6, 2013

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Sources: Virginia's John Walker Heading to Princeton; Hobart Hires Poillon, Hirsch
Virginia assistant John Walker is primed to join Chris Bates' staff at Princeton, sources are telling Inside Lacrosse. Walker was a member of the Cavaliers staff for four seasons and spent 2013 as the defensive coordinator after working with the goalies and face-off specialists for the first three years.

One Year Later: Rules Made Game Faster; Coaches, Fans Wants Visual Shot Clock
This time last year — Friday, Aug. 3 2012 — the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee proposed sweeping changes to the game in an effort to increase the pace of play.

Princeton's Milliman to Cornell, Settembrino to UMBC
Former Princeton assistant Peter Milliman is about to become an assistant at Cornell, sources have told Inside Lacrosse.

UNC Finalizes Class of 2013 Recruiting
University of North Carolina men's lacrosse coach Joe Breschi has finalized his 10-member recruiting contingent from the high school class of 2013.

USA Goalie Pool Runs Gamut of Experience, Style
The only current collegian in the group, Kaut's resume stands tall among his post-college peers even without the pro experience. This spring was his junior year and he just earned first-team All-America honors and the C. Markland Kelly Award as the nation's best goalkeeper after posting a 12-5 record with stopping a tidy 61 percent of the shots he saw (second in the NCAA) and holding a 7.37 goals-against average (third in the NCAA). In the Nittany Lions' NCAA tournament loss to Yale, he only made 14 saves, so clearly the loss is on him (sarcasm).

No Easy Solution to Attacking USA SSDM Pool
The MLL rights to LaPierre, nicknamed "Shocker" are owned by the Nationals. But the 2nd overall pick in the 2013 draft has been granted a fifth year of eligibility by the NCAA. LaPierre missed most of his senior season due to a knee injury and applied for a medical hardship waiver. It's hard to say if Virginia would have definitely fared better in 2013 with LaPierre, but playing without their solo team captain certainly didn't help. Eyes will be on LaPierre's movement and health at U.S. tryouts.

Delbarton (NJ) midfielder McCarthy continues Lafayette continues tristate recruiting success
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound McCarthy is a righty with ideal size with good field vision and a high lacrosse IQ.

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