GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Let’s end the month of February with some links!
What You Missed
It’s back! Reverse Survivor has been rebooted!
It was Poll Monday in the college lacrosse world, and it got crazy.
Speaking of polls, here’s pretty much the Bible on lacrosse polls.
And now that you read that (hopefully), here’s the College Crosse staff picking their top 20.
Dartmouth doesn’t sound like a fun place to be at right now!
Penn’s zone defense and Connor Fields were on fire this weekend.
Lacrosse The Nation
There are games being played today, but we’ll also find out the first Tewaaraton Watch List for this season later on.
After the strong win over Drexel, Connor Fields and JD Colarusso were honored with America East MLAX weekly awards. https://t.co/9V1sqwADSt— UAlbany Sports (@UAlbanySports) February 27, 2017
Meet Maryland’s Run-DMC offense!
Learn more about Penn State goaltender Will Schreiner.
Monday means another 60 Seconds segment - this week we take some time to talk with junior goaltender Will Schreiner.https://t.co/fvYAqd9KoN— Penn State Lacrosse (@PennStateMLAX) February 27, 2017
Virginia continues to grind!
Alex Woodall is already making a difference at Towson.
Friendship is always the key (and peep those maize jerseys)!
Some listening for your ears.
Women’s Lacrosse: Towson beat Loyola in the first of two meetings between the schools this week (the men play on Wednesday).
Syracuse literally got all the free possessions and defeated Albany in the Carrier Dome. Sophomore attack and fellow GEO 200 student Nicole Levy had a career-high six goals. And she decided to hit all four corners of the net.
The goalie had no chance.
HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE IS COMING BACK SOON! And Booker Corrigan is back too!
In pretty much the best high school basketball conference in the United States, Archbishop Wood defeated Neumann Goretti, 65-58, for their first ever Philadelphia Catholic League championship inside the famed Palestra.
Here’s the two biggest stars in Philly high school hoops near the end of the game, as Wood’s Collin Gillespie (Villanova) blocks an incoming Quade Green (Kentucky, and not Syracuse) from Neumann Goretti.
First time in Wood history... what a feeling 2017 PCL champions— Collin Gillespie (@Colling1021) February 28, 2017
SpaceX plans to fly tourists around the moon in 2018.
Also, tonight is Donald Trump’s speech to a joint session of Congress. But it’s technically not a State of the Union address.
Video of the Day
How bad are these jokes?
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