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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for August 21, 2017.

What You Missed

We took a look at the VMI Keydets season.

Lacrosse The Nation

Take a listen to Play Like A Jet’s podcast of part two with former Hofstra Pride midfielder and safety Doug Shanahan.

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks are bringing in a Maryland Terrapins transfer:

Tumminello appeared in two games in his two years with the Terps, making his debut against the Princeton Tigers back in 2016. He committed a turnover in that game, his only recorded stat. He’ll be a junior in 2018.

Updated Player Movement Tracker:

2017 College Crosse Player Movement Tracker

Player Position Old School New School
Player Position Old School New School
Gabe Anderson Defense/LSM Mercer Boston Univeristy
Matt Barrett Goaltender Virginia Villanova
Will Beecham Midfield/FOGO Mercer Cornell
Logan Bradford Defense Cleveland State Mercer
Kyle Buser Midfield/FOGO Richmond Merchant Marine Academy (D3)
Tyler Canto Goaltender UMass Lowell Towson
Jean-Luc Chetner Midfield Richmond Towson
Peter Conley Attack/Midfield Georgetown Duke
Seth DeLisle Midfield/FOGO Nazareth (D3) Syracuse
Adam Dickson Midfield Ohio Valley (D2) High Point
Hunter Duford Midfield VMI Belmont Abbey (D2)
Luke Fromert Attack Mercer Towson
Connor Harryman Midfield/FOGO Towson Rutgers
Alex Ives Midfield St. Joe's Colgate
Daniel Lanham Midfield/FOGO St. Joseph's Drexel
Matt Lanigan Goaltender Holy Cross Washington & Lee (D3)
Sean Lattimore Attack Onondaga CC Jacksonville
Brendan Luu Midfield/FOGO Colgate Hofstra
Patrick Marks Midfield Rutgers Mercer
Domenic Massimilian Midfield/FOGO Cornell Georgetown?
Matt McIlroy Defense Denver Maryland
Brody McLean Attack Stony Brook Towson
Will McNamara Midfield Virginia St. Joe's
Timmy Monahan Attack Maryland Towson
Alex Morris Midfield Ohio State Richmond
Ryan Ozsvath Attack Stony Brook Ithaca (D3)
Jake Pehlke Defense Monmouth Virginia
Brian Philbin Defense Mount St. Mary's Hofstra
Zach Pinney Defense Onondaga CC Maryland
Marc Pion Defense Harvard Johns Hopkins
Kane Randolph Defense Penn State Towson
Jack Rusbuldt Goaltender Penn State Richmond
Grainger Sasso LSM Onondaga CC Cornell
Justin Schwenk Midfield/FOGO Monmouth Virginia
Devin Shewell Attack Syracuse Loyola
Kai Storrs Defense Maryland Marquette
Drew Supinski Midfield Johns Hopkins Notre Dame
Gale Thorpe Attack Syracuse Ohio State
Alex Tumminello Midfield Maryland Lehigh
Connor Tuturice Defense LIU Post (D2) Monmouth
Logan Wisnauskas Attack Syracuse Maryland

A great story by Andy Prest of North Shore News about the North Shore Indians coming together after one of their own passed away.

Justin Nordlund was a popular figure around the Squamish Nation Reserve and at Carson Graham Secondary where he played on the football and rugby teams. He died April 10, 2017. The B.C. Coroners Service has not yet determined an official cause of death. Nordlund’s body was found near Lions Gate Bridge, on Squamish Nation territory. He was 16 years old.

The Chief Joe Mathias Centre was packed for the funeral service, including many friends and teammates of the boy they called Jnords. Some of the boys started talking about ways they could honour their friend.

The topic of lacrosse came up. Nordlund counted the game amongst his many team sports, although he hadn’t played in a while. Many of his friends did, however, and at the time of his death they were preparing for the start of the season with the North Shore Indians Intermediate B squad. The prospects for the 2017 season were not looking good. The team had been resurrected by manager Ron Nahanee in 2016 after a few off years, and it did not go well. They won once and tied once, losing all the rest. They struggled to field enough players to complete a full line, let alone a complete lineup, and lost some games by massively lopsided scores.

“I played on the team last year and we had like six or seven guys coming out to each game,” said goalie Brodie Jacobs. “We didn’t win a lot, we didn’t have a good team.”

The Wisconsin Badgers have a former Notre Dame Fighting Irish lacrosse commit as their backup quarterback!

Nagging question: Will QB Alex Hornibrook stay healthy? That is a huge key, since the backup is true freshman Jack Coan, a 6-3, 202-pounder who is a good athlete and turned down a lacrosse scholarship to Notre Dame.

Another recruit for the Manhattan Jaspers:

Very blessed that two new Syracuse Orange games are up on the internet.

Philly Jawns

The Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins begin two days of joint practices today.

World News

Happy Solar Eclipse Day!

Video of the Day

Jerry Lewis passed away yesterday at 91. Here’s Don Rickles roasting him.

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