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College Crosse Prospectus - January 19, 2017: Notre Dame’s Schedule Out Later Today, Missing Points Tracker.

Penn State outlook, President of Lacrosse, and plenty more!!

Washington DC Prepares For Presidential Inauguration Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for January 19, 2017.

College Crosse News.

Notre Dame officially releases their 2017 schedule on Lax Sports Net later this afternoon.

Missing Points Tracker: Below’s a table of some of the early season losses (due to injury or otherwise) in 2017. We’ll update the table if further news comes out in the few weeks.

Missing Points Tracker.

Player Team Goals Assists Points
Player Team Goals Assists Points
Mike Rastivo St. Joe's 22 35 57
Adam Charalambides Rutgers 43 11 57
Zach Miller Denver 27 23 50
Casey Rees Navy 34 3 37
Matt Varian Drexel 18 11 29
Ben Kocis Binghamton 17 12 29
Shane Simpson North Carolina 8 14 22
Ian Kirby Towson 12 4 16

Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni shares his thoughts about the upcoming season.

Last season, Penn State’s quest for an NCAA Tournament bid ended in Baltimore at the hands of Maryland in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal. Looking to build off last season, the Nittany Lions will get 2017 underway in Happy Valle, against Navy in an exhibition game on Saturday. Coach Jeff Tambroni met with the media on Tuesday and discussed some of the changes that Lions fans can expect heading into the season.

BOSSES Dave Cottle and Jim Moorhead to be inducted into Chesapeake Chapter Hall of Fame.

A pair of local lacrosse legends will be recognized when the Chesapeake Chapter of US Lacrosse revives its Hall of Fame following a lengthy hiatus. Dave Cottle and Jim Moorhead, longtime residents of Annapolis and Edgewater, respectively, will be inducted into the Chesapeake Chapter Hall of Fame on Thursday, Jan. 26 at Harbor Hills Yacht Club.

This teen’s passion for the game helped to bring lacrosse to her high school.

The determination of a 14-year-old passionate about lacrosse, spurred on by the power of social media, could net Monsignor Percy Johnson Catholic Secondary School its first-ever coed lacrosse team.

Kaitlyn Cooke’s lifelong lacrosse-playing dad, Chris, recently wrote a Facebook post seeking used lacrosse equipment to outfit a school team. Chris plays goalie on four lacrosse teams, including Six Nations in Caledonia, Ont.

Within days, cash donations poured in, then floor time donated by The Barn Elite Performance Centre in Oshawa, Ont.

The Kaitlyn Cup lacrosse tournament fundraiser was born.

“The response from the lacrosse community has been overwhelming,” said Kaitlyn’s mom, Teresa. “My husband and I can’t believe the support. It’s the power of Facebook — post, like, share. Ba da boom, ba da bing."

Inside Lacrosse put together a wonderful “President of Lacrosse” video with many of the biggest coaches in the game.

The Coast Guard Academy men’s lacrosse team welcomed its newest teammate to the squad.

Coast Guard Academy men's lacrosse coach Ray LaForte talks to his team about grit on a daily basis. LaForte refers to both the straight-up definition of grit: courage and resolve, strength of character. He also refers to GRIT as an acronym standing for greatness, respect, intensity and team.

And then Wednesday afternoon, 13-year-old Joe Kolashuk of Oakdale walked into the Otto Graham Hall of Excellence on the Coast Guard campus, embodying the whole spirit of LaForte's message.

Kolashuk, involved in a bicycle accident last March 5 that left him in a coma, hospitalized for 98 days at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, signed a "contract" Wednesday which made him a part of the Coast Guard men's lacrosse team for the next three years.

What’s Up, Philly?

The Sixers beat the Raptors yesterday!!! This is their first win over Toronto since January 18, 2013. (Ed. Note: Embiid had another big game.)

Ouch!: Philly District Attorney Seth Williams hit with a “$62,000 penalty for failing to report the gifts and cash and trips - and even some unreported income from a private law firm.”

World/National News.

You ought to know: “Alanis Morissette’s former manager Jonathan Schwartz admitted stealing $4.8 million from the singer, as part of a plea deal.”

Big day tomorrow!! Here is a great video of the Citadel's Regimental Band and Pipes preparing for the inauguration on Friday.

Your GIF for January 19, 2017: Nice double play!

That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!! Make sure you follow us on social media!

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