What’s going on, College Crosse Nation?! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for September 23, 2016.
College Crosse News.
Great story about
Doylestown lacrosse player PHILLY BOY BALLER Calmen Tihansky. Calmen went to Scotland to visit his older brother studying abroad, and then somehow got on Scotland’s national lacrosse team with a chance to play on the international level.
The NLL is looking at as many as 5 players from Peterborough for the upcoming NLL draft.
Nice article featuring Kennesaw State athletic director Vaughn Williams and his thoughts about whether or not KSU will officially submit bids to host NCAA national championship events that were removed from North Carolina this school year.
Fox 31 in Denver does a segment on how early recruiting is changing Colorado sports. Lacrosse is heavily featured in the segment.
Good post from Missouri about seniors on the Missouri Baptist University women’s lacrosse and their thoughts about their team and how they want to finish their playing careers.
Mercer Island Boys and Girls Lacrosse Clubs’ "Lacrosse Stick Giveaway" on Sept. 4th was a huge hit.
SHOUT OUT TO THE DRAGONS!!!!: Drexel announced its plans to celebrate its 75th year during the 2017 season.
BOSS Stephenson added Bobby Downes to the UMass Lowell men’s lacrosse coaching staff for the upcoming season.
BOSS Breschi’s contract extended through 2019.
What’s Up, Philly?
Comcast now owns the Philadelphia Flyers.
Comcast will buy out Ed Snider‘s 24 percent stake in Comcast Spectacor next month, gaining full ownership of the Philadelphia Flyers, the Wells Fargo Center and the hospitality and entertainment division, Spectra.
Looks like Twitter’s getting sold.
Your GIF for September 23, 2016: Office dogs working off their student loans.
That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!!