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College Crosse Prospectus - August 19, 2016: Tom Schreiber Wins MLL MVP, Experimental Two-Point Goal Is Misguided.

Bolt wins again, Jack Kelly’s a monster, and plenty more!!!!

Athletics - Olympics: Day 13

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for August 19, 2016.

College Crosse News.

Ohio Machine beast & former Princeton BALLER, Tom Schreiber, won the 2016 MLL MVP award yesterday. Schreiber finished eight points ahead of runner-up Paul Rabil.

Do you think the experimental two-point goal is unnecessary? Well our boy, Chris, agrees with you!! Check out his great column on why he thinks the experimental two-point goal is a bad idea.

Jack Kelly’s been a monster this year. Make sure you read this great Denver Post article about his wonderful rookie season.

Connor Wilson of Lacrosse All Stars with a post on “what Lacrosse has going for it when it comes to Olympic dreams, and where the stumbling blocks lie.”

#WeMadeIt? "A canvas bag containing Northwestern University lacrosse uniforms was stolen from an unlocked garage."

Shout out to BOSS Roy of St. John’s Prep lacrosse, stepping down after 22 years at the helm.

Nice post by Tom Bovee on Major League Lacrosse’s big weekend in Minnesota.

The @uncwlax coaching tree just keeps growing: BOSS Graap adds former UNC BALLER Margaret Corzel to Cornell staff.

Shout out to former @BrownLacrosse BALLER, Jeff Wagner. For the last 15 years Wagner’s helped to introduce lacrosse to hundreds of low income kids at different community rec centers in Silver Springs.

East Coast Dyes’ part 3 of Fear The Turtle is about the Hopkins game.

What’s Up, Philly?

The Eagles beat the Steelers 17-0 yesterday and I’m already making reservations for Super Bowl week in Houston.

World/National News.

Simply amazing: Usain Bolt won the 200M for the 3rd straight Olympics.

This whole Lochte mess is insane.

Baltimore dog dies shielding an infant from a fire.

Your GIF for August 19, 2016: Wrestler wins gold medal, celebrates with her coach.

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