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College Crosse Game Day: How To Watch, Attachments, & Open Thread For March 13, 2017.

A nice set of games today.

North Carolina v Duke Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

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. Everything today is either free or on your basic ESPN plan. Let’s go to the Big Board!!

College Crosse Big Board For March 13, 2017.

Time Home Team Away Team Stream/TV Live Stats
Time Home Team Away Team Stream/TV Live Stats
1:00 Duke Jacksonville ACC Network Extra Live Stats
2:00 Colgate BU Patriot League Network Live Stats
3:00 Army NJIT Patriot League Network Live Stats
4:00 Bryant Siena Live Stats
7:00 UNC Richmond ACC Network Extra Live Stats

Skittles Scale!

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

Games To Watch.

UNC vs. Richmond: The late game today is probably the game of the day. UNC is coming off a big loss to Hofstra over the weekend. While that loss probably was more about how good Hofstra is this year than anything else, it’s still disconcerting to see the Heels drop another one at home, especially after their big win in Denver two Saturdays ago. I expect the Heels to be ready for this one but games on short rest have a tendency to not go as planned.

Richmond is 5-1 and has been pretty steady for much of this season. Before their loss to Duke on March 5th (the Spiders were leading for much of that game) Richmond was on its way to a top 10 ranking. The Spiders were locked in on defense (Richmond still hasn’t given up more than 9 goals in one game this year) and the offense was productive. While Richmond still has a very good shot at winning the SoCon, a loss today would be a big blow to Richmond’s at-large resume.


Here’s Quint’s top 20 for this week.

UNC women’s team is pretty good.

Joe Seider had a big game against Hopkins.

“Doing that well in any game is pretty special,” said Seider, who is tied for second on the No. 16 Tigers (4-1) in both goals (10) and assists (four). “But especially coming off a poor game on my part against Loyola, I think it was huge for myself to realize that I can still shoot the ball the way I want to, and that comes with the extra work and focusing on fundamentals, practice. So it was pretty special, especially in my senior year and my last time playing Hopkins.”

Song Of The Day.

It’s another manic Monday.

Games start at 1:00! I’ll see you out there!