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Lacrosse the Internet: September 6, 2013

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Men's Lacrosse Adds Rodgers to Staff
Former Notre Dame goalkeeper Scott Rodgers has joined the Towson Lacrosse staff as a volunteer assistant, Head Coach Shawn Nadelen announced.

Five U.S. Newbies Who Boosted Stock at Tryouts
"We felt like we have enough cover guys, we have enough very physical guys that can play. Joe earned his spot to move forward based on intangible things. I don't mean this in a bad way," Meade said of the 6-foot-2, 185-pound Fletcher.

Jaspers Add 13 New Players to 2014 Roster
Manhattan Men�s Lacrosse Head Coach Steve Manitta announced today the addition of 13 new players to the Jaspers roster. Eleven freshman and two transfers will join the squad for the 2014 season.

Jason Klunder and Ben McIntosh Named Men's Lacrosse Captains
Drexel men's lacrosse players Jason Klunder and Ben McIntosh have been named co-captains for the upcoming season. Klunder and McIntosh are both entering their senior seasons at the University.

Marquette Project 300
While most students spend their summer vacation working, doing internships, or sitting on a beach, Marquette men’s lacrosse freshman Anthony Ciammaichella did something different.

Men's Lacrosse Welcomes 11 Newcomers
Penn State men's lacrosse head coach Jeff Tambroni has assembled the ninth ranked freshman class according to Inside Lacrosse along with two transfers for the 2013-14 academic year. The 11-newcomer class bolsters Penn State's already powerful lineup.

Men’s Lacrosse Signs 17 for Upcoming 2014 Season
Jacksonville University head coach of men’s lacrosse, Guy Van Arsdale, has announced his latest recruiting haul as the Dolphins gear up for fall practice. A total of 17 new student-athletes have been added to the roster as JU goes off in search of a conference title in the first year of Atlantic Sun Men’s Lacrosse competition, and a first-ever berth in the NCAA Tournament.

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