What’s going on, College Crosse Nation?! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for September 21, 2016.
College Crosse News.
Despite all our pleas to bring it back to Chester, it looks like the ACC is going to have schools host the ACC men’s tournament for the foreseeable future.
"Right now we really didn't have a good facility that we could do it at, so it naturally got put into the rotation of the schools, and Duke is next on the rotation as far the schools having the ACC tournament,'' Desko said. "I think one of the things we're trying to do is generate some more attendance at the games, a little bit more excitement there. And I think that would be the benefit of going to a home site.''
The Ivy League wants the NCAA to stop early recruiting in sports.
Here’s another article on the topic.
“We’re trying to close those loopholes,” Robin Harris, executive director of Ivy League, said. “The current culture is putting more and more pressure on prospective athletes to commit, because they’re talking to coaches and making unofficial visits earlier and earlier. You think about freshmen and sophomores and how much they still have to grow, physically, athletically, academically, emotionally, and our concern is that prospects are making decisions they come to regret.”
Carter Davis’ mom provided a copy of her power eulogy to 13 WMAZ in Georgia. Carter was the high school lacrosse player who was murdered along with his friend, Natalie Henderson, behind a convenience store back in August. (Police have made an arrest in the case.)
Men’s Journal with another post/video on how to increase flexibility and reduce injuryies with a lacrosse ball.
0 to 100 real quick: Lehigh lacrosse's Chris Kiernan went from walk-on, to starting goalie, to White Hosue intern in one year.
What’s Up, Philly?
There’s opening up a beer garden at the new One Liberty Observation Deck.
You can now get a $43 martini in San Francisco.
Your GIF for September 21, 2016: When you’re coming in too hot but can’t stop.
That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!!