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Jim Donaldson: Shouldn't lacrosse be more of a spring thing?
THANKS AL GORE:
Welcome to lacrosse in New England.
Supposedly, it’s a spring sport, meant to be played when the dogwood are in bloom, rather than in the midst of a polar vortex.
But not here. Not these days.
“It’s become a winter sport, not a spring sport,” Poirier said, a few minutes after Bryant, victimized by too many unforced turnovers, just missed upsetting those “other Bulldogs,” the nationally 12th-ranked team from Yale, 9-8, Saturday.
A few miles away, in Providence, where Brown was losing its home opener to 13th-ranked UMass, 15-2, Bears coach Lars Tiffany said the same thing: “We’ve become a winter sport.”
When Rhode Island starts to get pissed, you know there's trouble. A confused Rhode Island is bad news.
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