What’s going on, College Crosse Nation?! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for October 15, 2016.
College Crosse News.
Special shout out to friend of the blog Carl Rausch! Carl was named the new Director of Lacrosse Operations for Mercer Lacrosse. Mercer couldn't have picked a better director. GO BEARS!!
MOVE OVER SPIELBERG!!!: Check out this great video by The Kid Chris. I think our Syracuse friends will agree that Celine Dion never sounded better.
Even Cody Jamieson loves it!
This is unreal! It made me laugh out loud. https://t.co/5rOHIVPf0O— Cody Jamieson (@Cjamieson88) October 14, 2016
Lacrosse players and friends from around Fairfield County and across the nation are rallying around one of the best lacrosse players ever to come from Connecticut as he faces a battle with ALS.
Graham Harden began his high school career at New Canaan High School, making the varsity team as a freshman and sophomore. Graham finished his high school career at Deerfield Academy, leading his lacrosse team to a Western New England Prep School League Championship during his senior season ..... In August, the 48-year-old Harden, a married father of three, volunteer firefighter, first responder and gifted boys and girls high school lacrosse coach, received the heartbreaking diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS patients universally experience progressive muscle weakness that eventually robs them of the ability to walk, talk, swallow, and ultimately breathe, all while leaving their minds intact. Despite the wildly successful “Ice Bucket Challenge, ” ALS has no cure, no effective treatment and an average lifespan from diagnosis of two to five years.
What’s Up, Philly?
Your GIF for October 15, 2016: Keep your eye on the ball!!
That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!!