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College Crosse Prospectus - October 5, 2016: Johns Hopkins Bids To Host 2017 Women’s Final Four, Quinnipiac Adds Zomerfeld.

PSU’s fall ball schedule, and plenty more!!

Families And Scarecrows Flock To Pumpkin Patch Before Halloween Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images

What’s going on, College Crosse Nation?! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for October 5, 2016.

College Crosse News.

Johns Hopkins University bids to host the 2017 Women’s Final Four.

"It would be magical to have the women's lacrosse championship here at Hopkins," Tucker said, "and for us to be able to help our sport out of a jam with respect to having the championship moved at such a late date. Hopkins is great at hosting events and we have such a great historic venue. We very enthusiastically put in a bid and we all have our fingers crossed.

Quinnipiac’s BOSS Fekete announced the hiring of Alex Zomerfeld to the Bobcats coaching staff for the 2016-2017 season.

The Washington Post wrote about the Dayton vs. Western Michigan scrimmage that ended in an epic game of Paper Scissors Rock.

Shout out to Kean University: Men's Lacrosse Steps Up For Sarcoma.

Penn State released their fall ball schedule.

Classy move by Boston College.

Over the years, Boston College fans and Americans everywhere have celebrated Welles Crowther, known by many as "The Man with the Red Bandana," credited with saving at least a dozen people in the south tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

Crowther, a former Boston College lacrosse player, lost his life when the tower collapsed. He was wearing his signature red bandana on that day, and on Friday, the Eagles football team will wear it to honor him when they host Clemson under the lights in Chestnut Hill.

What’s Up, Philly?

Joel Embiid looked FANTASTIC in his NBA debut.

World/National News.

Robot Uber taxis are a lawless menace.

Last month, Uber began a self-driving car pilot project, taking passengers around Pittsburgh in autonomous mode. But it appears that the programme may have got off to a bumpy start, with reports of multiple problems. Witnesses have revealed that the self-driving Uber cars have been involved in accidents and disobeyed traffic signs in the two weeks since the pilot launched.

Your GIF for October 5, 2016: Getting the bath ready.

That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!!