Four games are on tap for today, including the second day of the Pioneer Faceoff Classic in Denver. If east coast lax is your thing, there’s only one game, so shoutout to the midwest and west!
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 $$ signs in them indicate streams that require a subscription or a pay wall. Everything else should be free or on your basic ESPN plan. Let’s go to the Big Board!!
College Crosse Big Board For February 26, 2017
|Noon||Furman||Mount St. Mary's||NEC Front Row||Mount St. Mary's|
|1:00 PM||Cleveland State||Air Force||None (but there's audio)||Air Force|
|2:00 PM||Michigan||Notre Dame||ACC Network Extra||Notre Dame|
|3:30 PM||Canisius||Denver||Pioneer Vision $$||Denver|
(Ed. Note: For entertainment and informational purposes only!! #WeDoNotEndorseGambling!!)
Games To Watch
Furman @ Mount St. Mary’s: The Paladins are 0-4 but have looked strong going winless. They fell to Vermont and Sacred Heart by a goal, and fought North Carolina to a 7-3 defeat as well. Sophomore William Holcomb has a team-high seven goals, while freshman Alex Van De Bovenkamp is keeping games close in goal.
Mount St. Mary’s is also winless at 0-3, and grinded it out with Richmond earlier in the week to a 10-7 loss. Chris DiPretoro leads the team with five goals, while freshman Brendan McCarthy has a team-high six points. One team will get out of Reverse Survivor.
Cleveland State vs. Air Force: The Vikings lost to Denver yesterday, while Air Force took care of Canisius. The Falcons are another strong team that Cleveland State will face and will learn a lot today.
Canisius @ Denver: The Golden Griffins lost to Air Force yesterday, while the Pios took care of Cleveland State. Denver should have no problem with Canisius today.
Michigan @ Notre Dame: The game of the day, as it’s a battle of two unbeatens. If Michigan upsets Notre Dame, the world will burn. Watch for sophomores Brent Noseworthy and Rocco Sutherland, as well as senior Ian King, for Michigan, while Ryder Garnsey and Mikey Wynne hope for another big game this weekend.
The boys from @CSUVikingsLax are playing their hearts out right now— Colorado Lax Report (@COLaxReport) February 25, 2017
We're talking defensemen saving shots on the goal line & elevator goals
Song of the Day
Since Michigan and Notre Dame’s fight songs are kinda annoying, let’s give a shoutout to the teams out in Denver, which is in Rocky Mountain High, Colorado.
That’s it for now. Games start at noon. I’ll see you out there!!