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Carpe Poopypants: Links for September 23, 2014

A dose of links on an otherwise forgettable Tuesday in September.

Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

Today feels like a good day to reboot a daily links feature. Here's everything you need to become an even bigger genius.

QU Men's Lacrosse Teams With Mari
On Saturday September 20th at 8 a.m., the fifth Annual "Mari's Miles for Smiles" race was held. The event is a 10k race that helps to raise money for the Mari Hall Foundation, which benefits awareness for ASD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, better known as Autism.

Mount St. Mary's hires Ryan Browning as men's lacrosse assistant
Mount St. Mary's hired Ryan Browning as a men's college lacrosse assistant coach on Monday.

Syracuse University men's lacrosse team will compete in two fall events
Former all-stars will test the 2014-15 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team as part of the Orange Alumni Classic Oct. 4 at the Carrier Dome.

Tyler Melnyk & Andrew Smistad Selected In The 2014 NLL Draft
Congratulations to Marquette's all time leading goal scorer and first ever captain!

Requiem for a Season: Michigan Wolverines 2014
Michigan took strides once again between the 2013 and 2014 seasons. They climbed from the TFL-ranked No. 61 (of 63) the previous spring, up to No. 48 (of 67). They made major gains in some respects, stagnated in others, and without a nice finish to the season, might have even taken a step back in one or two areas.

30 in 30: UMass Lowell Looks North for Talent
A lot has changed since 2001.

Lasagna: Rule Changes to Face-Off Seem Misguided
Peter Lasagna's column was written after the NCAA Rules Committee made its proposals, and it appeared in the October Recruiting Issue of Inside Lacrosse.

2014 Young Gun Sophomore Rankings and Watchlist
Inside Lacrosse is pleased to unveil the Top 50 Young Gun Sophomores from the 18th Recruiting Issue, available now in print and digitally.

30 in 30: What Will Breakout Stars do for Encore?
The last time we saw Myles Jones and Sergio Perkovic in their college uniforms, Jones was one of the Duke Blue Devils hoisting the NCAA championship trophy and Perkovic walked off the turf at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium having just seemingly single-handedly brought the Irish back from a five-goal deficit to within one in the final minute.