OOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for April 11, 2017.
What You Missed
We got a special College Crossecast, except it’s all hockey talk.
Syracuse is the unanimous #1 in this week’s Aggregation.
Our top 20 ballots are similar with the top team, except for one person.
Lacrosse The Nation
The Hawks got off to a 6-0 start in the first quarter and cruised to a 10-1 halftime lead. Dan Bloodgood, Tyler Keen, and Bryce Wasserman scored twice in the win.
Could the next Chris Hogan be on the way in Dalton Crossan?
Crossan, who turned down a lacrosse scholarship to play football at New Hampshire, is an intriguing talent and athletic specimen. Many have compared him to New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan, who was also a converted lacrosse star.
Those comparisons aren’t going to fade away in the aftermath of the Giants’ pro day, either. ESPN’s Jordan Raanan reports Crossan had a solid showing and that general manager Jerry Reese & Co. came away quite impressed.
“I always loved football. I didn’t love lacrosse,” Crossan told ESPN. “Obviously, [Hogan] is a guy I love to get compared to because of how well he’s doing and how successful he’s been, especially this season.”
This week’s conference honors:
Teams are for the kids!
Some young fans came up from Maryland to grab some autographs after practice... see you at the Dome tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/mtqbMPRMdt— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) April 10, 2017
SECURE THE BAG ALERT!
Made In America is coming back to Philly!
Former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley resigned amid impeachment hearings.
Video of the Day
You may have missed it Sunday with The Masters and lacrosse, but Russell Westbrook definitely solidified his case to be the NBA’s Most Valuable Player.
We got six games on tap for later this afternoon and tonight! I’ll be at one of them for Cornell-Syracuse!
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