GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for October 2, 2017.
College Crosse News.
Already deep into preparation for a bounce-back 2018 season, Cornell men’s lacrosse has selected seniors Jake Pulver, Jordan Dowiak, Christian Knight and junior Clarke Petterson to serve as captains for the upcoming year. Led by returning captains Pulver and Petterson, along with a new coach in Peter Milliman, these four will attempt to lead the team back to the NCAA tournament and to reclaim the Ivy League Championship for the first time since 2015.
When 7-year-old Fionn Crimmins arrived at Maryland Stadium on Saturday morning, more than 50 extended brothers from the Maryland men's lacrosse team greeted him, giving him high-fives and fist bumps. Locals, coaches, athletes, alumni and parents decked in Maryland attire and endless smiles came to support Crimmins for the third annual Terp Trot Team IMPACT walk, which has helped Crimmins through his struggle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Dressed in Maryland clothing with his lacrosse stick by his side, Crimmins led the team through the walk. He had nothing but a smile on his face as his parents and extended family surrounded him.
Shout out to Quinnipiac.
More teams need student-made commercials for their lacrosse teams.
If it’s ice you like, the Terps’ll light up your life!!
Looks like the lads at Sacred Heart had a great time at their Donut Bowl.
Beautiful day in Detroit for a scrimmage.
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
It didn’t matter that the Eagles were nearly 3,000 miles from Philadelphia. From the start to the end of their 26-24 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, it sounded as if they were playing on South Broad Street.
And when the Eagles ran out the clock on the final six-plus minutes of the victory, the traveling and transplanted fans joined to chant “Let’s go, Eagles!”and offered cheers that seemed to come from most of the 25,374 in attendance. Eagles veterans who have become used to a vocal road contingent admitted they have never seen a road crowd as disproportionately in favor of the visiting team as the one at StubHub Center. Younger players are realizing that they could fly five hours and still experience a home-field advantage.
The killer is caged, his prey just beyond reach. Soon he’ll prowl the streets, but for now he’s hiding under a fluffy fleece bed, only his small pink nose and white paws poking out. His name is Miso, and he’s a cat with his work cut out for him. Miso’s new home is an alley in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington D.C., and it’s teeming with rats. More than 50 trash and recycling bins line the alley behind a stretch of row houses, and almost every plastic bin has a fist-sized hole where a rat has chewed through. At dusk, dozens of rats scurry across the alley, diving into the holes to collect their dinner.
Your GIF/Video for October 2, 2017.
Curb Your Enthusiasm is back and last night’s episode was hilarious.
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