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College Crosse Prospectus - February 24, 2017: New Crossecast, Detroit Over Jacksonville, Belichick Visits Hopkins Practice.

The Big Ten released their TV 2017 schedule and plenty more!!!

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for February 24, 2017.

College Crosse News.

THE GAWD CONFERENCE released the 2017 men’s and women’s tv schedule.

The 2017 Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse seasons will feature a robust slate of television and online coverage, with more than 75 games featuring Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Michigan, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers set to be carried on BTN, ESPNU, ESPNEWS or BTN Plus.

BTN will broadcast at least 22 games with the first taking place on Tuesday, February 28, when the Rutgers men host Wagner. The first Big Ten women’s lacrosse game on BTN will feature a rematch of last year’s national semifinals, as Maryland welcomes Syracuse to College Park on Saturday, March 11.

BTN will also provide live coverage of the 2017 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments in their entirety. The men’s tournament will be held May 4 & 6 at Ohio State, while the women’s event will be hosted by Maryland on May 5 & 7.

Detroit Mercy with a nice win over Jacksonville yesterday, 12-11.

Our newest Crossecast is up!!

Well well well look who stopped by Baltimore for practice yesterday?! #NoDaysOff

Former Ohio State player Bennett Jonas saved a group of kids from drowning in Central Park!

Today's TMJ4 with a really nice segment on Marquette.

Our first ever 1-71 Power Rankings for you to see!

The fun people at Citrus TV go over Cuse’s win over Albany and preview the Army game vs. Syracuse this weekended.

Highlights from Virginia’s win over Siena the other night:

Rutgers BOSS Brian Brecht talks about what’s impressed him with the Scarlet Knights so far this season.

Marquette BOSS Joe Amplo is doing big things!

Speaking of coaches, Captain Shawn Nadelen discusses Towson’s win over Mount St. Mary’s:

Vermont’s Ben French is the school’s Student-Athlete of the Week!

Say cheese!

Don’t let Austin Fusco go unnoticed!


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Great article by the NY Times on how former Dowling College BALLERS moved over to NYIT to pursue their lacrosse dreams.

Shortly after the email arrived — the dreaded email with the news they had been fretting about for weeks — a group text went out to the players on Dowling College’s women’s lacrosse team.

It had a picture of their coach, Kerri Handras, standing in front of a cerulean blue sign that read, “N.Y.I.T. women’s lacrosse.” Below it was a message: “Who’s coming?” The responses quickly flooded in. Yes, yes, yes, yes.

Thirteen affirmatives. They were all coming. But wait, what is N.Y.I.T.? It hardly mattered. For the Dowling players, Handras’s text felt like a soft airbag after a high-speed collision. The email they had received at 5 p.m. on May 31 had informed them their college was closing, a jolt they had never truly believed was possible.

What’s Up Philly?

Things are not going well here in Philly as fan-favorite Nerlens Noel was traded for a couple magic beans.

If that wasn’t bad enough it appears Ben Simmons might not play at all this season.

Whenever you think it can't get worse as a Philly fan, always remember, it'll get so much worse. SO MUCH WORSE!

World News

Carnival is not going well this year: “Rio Carnival 2017 sees millions of revellers take to the streets – as cops clash with drug users in notorious ‘crackland’ district of Sao Paulo.”

Your GIF for February 24, 2017: This is one clever pup!

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

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