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College Crosse Game Day: How To Watch, Attachments, & Open Thread For February 19, 2017

Three games on tap for today, including Quinnipiac-Brown.

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We got three games on tap for today, including the season openers for Brown and Quinnipiac. Stony Brook travels to Queens to take on St. John’s, and Cleveland State hosts Division III team John Carroll.

Below is today’s Big Board. Clicking on the team name will take you to that team’s homepage. Clicking on the Stream cell will take you to the broadcast of that game, while the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that game. Cells with $$ signs in them indicate streams that require a subscription or a pay wall. Everything else should be free or on your basic ESPN plan. Let’s go to the Big Board!!

College Crosse Big Board For February 19, 2017

Time Away Home Stream Live Stats
Time Away Home Stream Live Stats
Noon John Carroll Cleveland State Facebook Live Cleveland State
1:00 PM Stony Brook St. John's RedStormSports.com St. John's
1:00 PM Quinnipiac Brown Ivy League Network $$ Brown

Skittles Scale!

(Ed. Note: For entertainment and informational purposes only!! #WeDoNotEndorseGambling!!)

Games To Watch

Stony Brook @ St. John’s: The Seawolves are coming off a close 12-11 win over Sacred Heart on Tuesday, with Alex Corpolongo scoring three goals, as well as the game-winner.

The Red Storm lost to Rutgers last weekend, 16-8. How will Stony Brook respond to St. John’s today? I think we’ll find out who Stony Brook really is, and if they can show signs of possible competition in the America East.

Quinnipiac @ Brown: The game of the day by far, as the Bobcats are the defending MAAC champions, with Brown coming off a year where they went to Championship Weekend. Dylan Molloy returns for Brown on offense, as well as Alec Tulett and Larken Kemp on defense. I am really eager to see how different Mike Daly’s offense is compared to Lars Tiffany and Sean Kirwan’s from the past few years. It’s essentially his system, but it might get off to a slow start thanks to the many losses from a year ago, including Kylor Bellistri, Henry Blynn, and Will Gural, just to name a few. Freshman Phil Goss is expected to start in goal.

For the Bobcats, they return Brian Feldman, Foster Cuomo, and goaltender Jack Brust from their MAAC championship squad. They should compete for the league crown yet again, but how they do today against Brown will be fun to watch.

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Song of the Day

Start your day with some Chance the Rapper and some Sunday Candy.

That’s it for now. Games start at noon. I’ll see you out there!!