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Lacrosse the Internet: Happy Halloween

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Ian Cook Commits to Binghamton University
I chose Binghamton University to further my lacrosse career because of the academics, the coaching staff, and the proximity to home.

Cornell Snags Undersized Yet Tenacious Midfielder in No. 68 Soph Matt Licciardi from Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.)
Spend the summer on the sidelines at the East Coast’s more elite recruiting events and you’d be hard-pressed to find a rising sophomore prospect who plays with more grit and IQ than Matt Licciardi of the Tenacious Turtles and Cold Spring Harbor HS.

2018 Attackman Jacob Kelly Decides To Be The Next In Line of Talented Calvert Hall Players Bound for North Carolina
When freshman attackman Jacob Kelly committed to UNC over the weekend, very few people were surprised.

Fall All-Access: North Carolina
Following up on three consecutive early exits from the NCAA Tournament, all of them facilitated by losses to the Denver Pioneers, the North Carolina Tar Heels have made some changes at the top coming into the 2014 fall training season.

Lacrosse showcase a magnet for college coaches
Philadelphia, Manney said, has become the hotbed for high school lacrosse. Its location between Baltimore and New York makes it easy for college coaches to scout players. And the players here are some of the best in the country. Everyone, he said, is watching Philadelphia. And all eyes will be watching at once.

Minutemen Continue Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Drive
The University of Massachusetts men's lacrosse program is continuing its yearly fundraising efforts for the Amherst Survival Center in 2014. The Minutemen are asking for donations ahead of Thanksgiving, with all support going toward the Amherst Survival Center.

High-Achieving Athletes and Donors Recognized
Tyler Knarr (COL ’13, GRD ’17) received the final honor of the night, the Robert A. Duffey Scholar-Athlete Award. Knarr, who double majored in government and Arabic, holds several Hoyas lacrosse faceoff records. The former defender said that while he initially came to the Hilltop for the lacrosse program, his opinion changed after experiencing the academic and social environment at Georgetown.

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