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Lacrosse the Internet: September 4, 2013

I didn't make Team USA. AGAIN!

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

Marblehead's Horgan set for life, lacrosse at West Point
Some athletes have natural ability bestowed onto them; others have to work a little harder at their craft.

2016 attackman Willard of NY Class C state champ Cazenovia: 'Penn State offered everything that I was looking for academically and athletically'
Willard, a quick and athletic righty, is an aggressive player with good speed, quick hands and outstanding field vision. He also excels in soccer and hockey for the Lakers.

2015 lefty attackman Hulme gives Quinnipiac seven tristate commits
The 5-foot-10 Hulme is a finisher with a quick release and hard shot who enjoys playing a physical style of play. He scored 27 goals and added eight assists last year this past season. He played travel lacrosse with the Upstate Sweetlax 2015 team last fall and summer.

Canandaigua (NY) 2016 standout Schaefer picks Penn State
Schaefer was the MVP of the Section V Class B tournament as a freshman last spring. The righty finished the season with 23 goals and 13 assists.

Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes 16 Newcomers
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse program welcomed 16 newcomers to campus with the start of fall classes Tuesday, third-year head coach Brian Brecht announced. The class includes two attackers, eight midfielders, five defensemen and a goalkeeper.

Haverford (Pa.) 2016 standout Aitken: 'I loved everything about Virginia'
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound Aitken is a righty who excels on both ends when he plays midfield, as shown on his highlight reel.

Episcopal Academy sophomore face-off specialist Feliziani commits to Ohio State
Why did you choose school: “Ohio state has beautiful facilities, great academics, a great coaching staff, and they also provide plenty of opportunities for my future.”

Today's beats: Word's out that new Salinger will be released over the next few years. Which made me think about one of my favorite scenes in Finding Forrester.