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College Crosse Prospectus - September 15, 2016: KSU Contacted To Host 2017 Women’s Title Game, Syracuse’s Newest Class.

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The ACC tournament is moving, Team Impact news, & plenty more!!

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for September 15, 2016.

College Crosse News.

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, The NCAA has contacted Kennesaw State about hosting the 2017 women’s lacrosse championship weekend.

The fallout from North Carolina House Bill 2 continued on Wednesday with the ACC pulling all of its neutral-site championships from the state for the 2016-17 sports season .... The NCAA has contacted Kennesaw State regarding hosting the soccer and lacrosse title games recently relocated from North Carolina. Kennesaw State athletic department officials are evaluating whether the university will submit a bid.

South Carolina officials are also interested in hosting the 2017 women’s title game.

While Kennesaw State might submit a bid for the women’s championship weekend, it will not host the ACC tournament in 2017.

The Atlantic Coast Conference is moving its 2017 men's lacrosse tournament from Kennesaw State University in Georgia, but the event's new destination is a little murky for now.

The Kid Chris wrote a great piece about why the ACC tournament should move back to Chester.

Sioux Falls is falling in love with box lacrosse.

Team Impact & Nichols College women's lacrosse team sign 10 year old Cassidy Burke to the squad.

Syracuse’s newest class includes last year’s 2016 NCAA leader in man-up goals, Brendan Bomberry.

“The IWLCA recently announced the creation of a scholarship to honor former Duquesne lacrosse player and assistant coach Kristie Quigley who was tragically killed in a bus accident in 2013.”

High school coaches say dealing with parents has never been worse.

What’s Up, Philly?

Sam Hinkie breaks his silence on Twitter and lets everyone know what he’s been up to since he left Philadelphia.

World/National News.

This guy’s business is walking people.

He walks humans for $7 a mile around the streets and park near his home, pioneering an alternative to dog walking that requires no leash, just an ability to walk, talk and, above all, listen.

Your GIF for September 15, 2016: A feud as old as time.

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