GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for January 13, 2017.
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Check out this awesome video of Navy Seals talking about their lacrosse playing days. Video includes former Syracuse great Rorke Denver.
The Ivy League and ESPN have agreed to expand the coverage of the 2017 Men's Lacrosse Tournament with all three games being nationally televised on ESPNU. The 2017 Tournament, which will be held May 5-7, will take place at the site of the tournament's top seed.
The semifinal rounds will now be televised on ESPNU for the first time since the tournament was implemented in 2010. The games are set for Friday, May 5 at 3:30 and 6 p.m.
The championship game will also be on ESPNU for the fourth consecutive season. The final game is scheduled for Sunday, May 7 at noon.
Will Mraz was named the Maine Maritime Academy Head Women's Lacrosse Coach on Wednesday. "It is truly an honor to be named the Head Coach for the Maine Maritime Women's Lacrosse program," said Mraz. "I'd like to thank Director of Athletics, Steve Peed and the search committee for their confidence in me and inviting me to Castine to help develop their young program. Maine Maritime is an outstanding Academy and their student-athletes represent all that is great in our country. I will be privileged to serve as the Mariners' next women's lacrosse coach."
Another FRESH old school upload!!! This one features the 1992 game between Syracuse & UNC.
Nice NLL hype video: NLL the next chapter.
The lads at UMass Lowell are looking good for their team pics.
DAB ON THEM!!!!
Nice grab by Inside Lacrosse’s Dan Aburn: Dickie V showing the boys at Notre Dame some love.
Here are a few pics of the lads over that Mr. Vitale’s house.
Our first “GOT EM” of 2017 comes from the BALLERS over at Fresno State women’s lacrosse team.
Orange coach John Desko said at media day earlier this week that his program is examining the importance of adding a few more non-conference heavyweights to its schedule.
"That's something we've talked about over the summer, we'll be talking about this year, as far as do we need to change our schedule going forward a little bit, adding a couple more tigers on the schedule,'' Desko said.
The re-assessment comes after SU felt it got a little jilted in last year's NCAA Tournament seeding.
What’s Up, Philly?
Sitting on the walls is now banned in Rittenhouse Square.
The perching prohibition went into effect Thursday, confusing - but not stopping - about a dozen people who gathered to enjoy the park on the unseasonably warm January day. Four signs had been installed in the interior of the park along with several new no-smoking signs, aimed at what neighbors have called a chronic problem of marijuana use.
The Department of Parks and Recreation authorized the new rule and the signs' installation in conjunction with police and the Friends of Rittenhouse Square group.
The city directed questions about fines or penalties to police, who did not immediately return requests for comment.
Facebook wants to know your deepest, darkest thoughts. In April, the site revealed the existence of a new division, known only as 'Building 8' which is dedicated to creating ground-breaking products at the intersection of hardware, software, and content.
And a new job advert posting suggests that the mysterious division could be working on mind-reading technology.
Your GIF for January 13, 2016: Teamwork makes the world work in gym class.
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