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College Crosse Game Day: How To Watch, Attachments, & Open Thread For April 21, 2017

Seven games on tap, including the final day of Patriot League conference play.

NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship - Semifinal Photo by Rich Schultz/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. Cells with $$ signs in them indicate streams that require a subscription or a pay wall (THERE ARE NONE FOR TONIGHT!). Everything else should be free or on your basic ESPN plan. Let’s go to the Big Board!!

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

Notable Games

Bucknell @ Lehigh: Probably the biggest game of the night. The winner of this game gets the final Patriot League Tournament spot, while the loser’s season is done. The Bison was a dark horse pick to win the Patriot League, but have been inconsistent for the entire season. They’re led by junior Will Sands, who has a team-high 60 points, including 41 assists, and Connor O’Hara, who has 30 goals. Lehigh’s led by a ton of sophomores, including Tristan Rai, Andrew Pettit, Lucas Spence, and LSM Craig Chick. Will Lehigh’s strong core of sophomores pull them ahead in this game?

Loyola @ Army West Point: The best of the seven games on tap for tonight. The winner gets first place in the Patriot League. If Army West Point loses, they’ll be in second. If Loyola loses, they’ll be in either second place or third place. They’ll fall to third if Boston University defeats Holy Cross.

Holy Cross @ Boston University: Not the most important or best game tonight, but a BU wil could mean a lot of things regarding the Patriot League standings. As mentioned above, a win and a Loyola loss would mean BU gets a first round bye in the Patriot League Tournament. A loss could put BU in fourth. The Terriers hope to continue their success after beating Loyola last weekend in overtime.

Canisius @ Monmouth: The Hawks look to continue their MAAC dominance with a possible MAAC Tournament matchup with Canisius, who’s lost three of their last four, including two straight. Monmouth is easily the best team in the conference, and are the favorites to get the conference’s automatic qualifier for the NCAA Tournament.


Make sure you check out today’s Prospectus and this week’s Power Rankings!

A great story about Lehigh’s seniors reflecting on their careers.

A bit more on the special uniform we will be sporting for our game vs UNC Saturday on ESNU

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Song of the Day

It applies for Bucknell-Lehigh.

And for all you Arrested Development fans:

Games start at 4! I’ll see you out there!!