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What You Missed
New polls came out yesterday, and I don’t get some of the choices.
One big favorite was kicked off the Reverse Survivor island with a win last week.
This week’s 10-man ride takes a look at Rutgers’ win over Brown and how they stymied Dylan Molloy.
Our top 20s are much better than most top 20s.
The season is already weird. It’s going to get weirder.
Lacrosse The Nation
Whistle Sports went with former Maryland star Joe Walters to his hometown of Rochester and even called him the Kevin Durant of lacrosse.
One high school lacrosse goalie is fighting a rare form of cancer, from Rachel Brown of WCNC in Charlotte.
Two year's ago Noah Hays was diagnosed with stage four Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare aggressive cancer that is only diagnosed about 350 times a year in the United States.
After more than a year of treatment, there were no more signs of the disease.
Sadly on Friday, Noah tweeted out that his cancer has returned.
Unsure how long he will be able to play before treatment the Providence High School community once again rallied around him as the team took on Weddington High School.
You can support him by using the #NoahStrong hashtag on social media.
This week’s conference and national honors:
Check out this week’s Hofstra Coaches Report with Seth Tierney.
Speaking of the Pride, their first midfield unit, along with their goaltender, have been keys to the team’s recent success, writes Christian Swezey for Inside Lacrosse.
“Those guys [the starting midfield] are in pretty good shape,” Tierney says. “And we have to ride them right now.”
The other component to Hofstra’s win was junior goalie Jack Concannon; he made 17 saves, including 14 in the first half.
“We got a lot of shots,” Georgetown coach Kevin Warne says. “But their goalie made 17 saves and when that happens that’s going to keep you in a lot of games.”
The Pride is off to its best start since it won its first five games in 2011; that also was the last time Hofstra made the NCAA Tournament.
Our homie Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun had a Q&A session with Quint Kessenich.
I think Furman’s gonna sell out their SoCon opener.
Just a heads up! On the 18th come out for the lacrosse toss for a chance to win a Yeti cooler! pic.twitter.com/RRSS8C6ikN— Furman Lacrosse (@FURMANMLAX) March 6, 2017
Photos from Air Force’s loss to Boston University on Saturday.
Siena recaps Dome week:
Take note, coaches!
Big thanks to the families that help support us on the road. Great team meal in NJ. Family style, phones stacked in the middle, can't use. pic.twitter.com/Zurkptzi90— CoachBirsner (@CoachBirsner) March 7, 2017
It’s Inside Lacrosse’s 20th anniversary. Take a look at how it got started.
Highlights from Ohio State’s two wins this weekend in Milwaukee.
Rutgers highlights from their win over Brown.
Speaking of Rutgers:
Here’s this week’s episode of “This Week in North Florida Lacrosse”:
A number of people, mainly teenagers, were arrested after causing a scene in Center City.
George Michael died of natural causes, according to a coroner. But he had heart and liver problems.
ESPN’s gonna have some huge layoffs soon.
Video of the Day
Peep the first look at the new DuckTales!
We got nine games on tap for your Tuesday, as well as this week’s Power Rankings.
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