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Lacrosse the Internet: October 15, 2014

Rolling deep with a massive set of news stories for today.

5,000 fishies, rocking really, really hard.

DU men’s lacrosse releases 2014-2015 schedule
DU’s men’s lacrosse team announced their 2014-2015 schedule via a live Twitter reveal on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

40 maps and charts that explain sports in America
The passes, the shots, the players, the teams, the dollars, and of course, the fans.

Navy's New Under Armour Fall Gear
Navy became an Under Armour school this offseason, and the Mids already made a big splash with their football uniforms this fall.

Strong Northeast Classic Event Marks UMass-Lowell Debut
The Division I men's field at Sunday's Northeast Classic was smaller than year's past, but the tenacity was still high at the South Athletic Fields at Thayer Academy.

Ament, Froccaro, Haynes, Goss and Smyth Bring In Awards At Project 9
Taking place outside of Baltimore, the third annual Project 9.9 concluded on Monday afternoon after a series of closing scrimmages.

Half Hollow Hills East (NY) 2016 two-way midfielder Andre Gomez is bound for Bryant lacrosse
When it comes to athleticism, Andre Gomez is already among the top lacrosse standouts on Long Island.

Fall All-Access: Georgetown
Heading into year three, coach Kevin Warne's Georgetown Hoyas seem a little more like the team he and his staff have been trying to build. With the first of Warne's recruits on campus and juniors (upperclassmen) that've only known his system, the pace of practice is a bit up, the heavy emphasis on playing physical is down and the aggregate athleticism seems a little bouncier.

Photo Gallery: Navy vs. Virginia (Men's Fall Ball)
Navy's impressive fall continued with an unofficial 10-8 win Saturday over Virginia at Virginia Beach Sportsplex. The event, including a Thompson Brothers lacrosse camp, benefitted Wounded Warrior Project and the Navy SEAL Foundation.

The Earliest Verbal Yet, Landon’s Joey Epstein Discusses Decision to Become a Blue Jay
With a proud history in the DC area, the Landon program has had plenty of talented offensive players over the years. Mark Kovler, Peter Lamade, Matt Ward and Jake Byrne and countless others went on to enjoy success at the college level.

Project 9: 10 Who Impressed
ILPreps spent a rainy Columbus/Indigenous Peoples Day at St. Paul’s School in North Baltimore to scout Day Three of Project 9, a weekend-long lacrosse emersion program founded and operated by MLL superstar Paul Rabil and Hall-of-Famer Mark Millon.

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