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College Crosse Prospectus - September 11, 2017: 2018 Preseason Matrix; Man In Red Bandana Documentary Opens Nationwide.

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for September 11, 2017.

College Crosse News.

Below is our 2018 preseason spreadsheet Matrix that I created over the weekend. Clicking on a team’s name will take you to that team’s homepage, and clicking on the roster cell will take you to that team’s 2018 roster page. Not every team has their 2018 roster up, but we’ll update the spreadsheet Matrix as more become available. As team’s start to release their schedules we’ll add those links under the schedule column as well. Additionally, we are going to get back to our 2018 previews of each team, and will add those links to the spreadsheet Matrix too. 2018 will be here before you even know it, so start reading up on your favorite teams to prepare for the season.

2018 Preseason Matrix.

Team 2017 Record 2018 Roster 2018 Schedule 2018 Preview
Team 2017 Record 2018 Roster 2018 Schedule 2018 Preview
Air Force - SoCon 12-6 2018 Falcons
Albany - America East 15-3
Army - Patriot League 12-4
Bellarmine - SoCon 4-9
Binghamton - America East 11-5
Boston U. - Patriot League 12-5 2018 Terriers
Brown - Ivy League 10-6
Bryant Northeast Conference 11-8
Bucknell - Patriot League 5-8
Canisius - Northeast Conference 6-9 2018 Griffins
Cleveland State - Independent 5-9 2018 Vikings
Colgate - Patriot League 5-9
Cornell - Ivy League 5-8 2018 Big Red
Dartmouth - Ivy League 2-11 2018 Big Green
Delaware - CAA 7-8
Denver - Big East 13-4 2018 Pioneers
Detroit Mercy - MAAC 5-11
Drexel - CAA 6-8
Duke - ACC 13-5 2018 Blue Devils
Fairfield - CAA 5-9
Furman - SoCon 7-8
Georgetown - Big East 4-10 2018 Hoyas
Hampton - Independent 1-7 Preview
Hartford - America East 6-8
Harvard - Ivy League 6-7 2018 Crimson
High Point - SoCon 4-10 2018 Panthers
Hobart - Northeast Conference 9-7 2018 Statesmen
Hofstra - CAA 11-3
Holy Cross - Patriot League 5-10
Jacksonville - SoCon 3-11
The Johns Hopkins University - Big Ten 8-7
Lafayette - Patriot League 2-12 2018 Leopards
Lehigh - Patriot League 7-7 2018 Mountain Hawks
Loyola - Patriot League 10-6 2018 Greyhounds
Manhattan - MAAC 3-11 2018 Jaspers
Marist - MAAC 10-6 2018 Red Foxes
Marquette - Big East 8-8 2018 Golden Eagles
Maryland - Big Ten 16-3 2018 Terps
Mercer - SoCon 5-8
Michigan - Big Ten 8-6
Monmouth - MAAC 14-4 2018 Hawks
Mount St. Mary's - Northeast Conference 4-10
Navy - Patriot League 6-8
NJIT - Independent 1-14 Preview
North Carolina - ACC 8-8
Notre Dame - ACC 9-6
Ohio State - Big Ten 16-5 2018 Buckeyes
Penn - Ivy League 7-6 2018 Quakers
Penn State - Big Ten 12-4 2018 Nittany Lions
Princeton - Ivy League 9-6 2018 Tigers
Providence - Big East 10-7 2018 Friars
Quinnipiac - MAAC 2-9
Richmond - SoCon 12-4
Robert Morris - Northeast 9-7
Rutgers - Big Ten 10-4
Sacred Heart - Northeast Conference 9-6
Saint Joseph's - Northeast Conference 5-9 2018 Hawks
Siena - MAAC 3-11 2018 Saints
St. John's - Big East 1-13
Stony Brook - America East 7-7
Syracuse - ACC 13-3
Towson - CAA 12-5 2018 Tigers
UMass - CAA 7-8
UMass Lowell - America East 4-12
UMBC - America East 6-8
Vermont - America East 5-8 2018 Catamounts
Villanova - Big East 9-6 2018 Wildcats
Virginia - ACC 8-7
VMI - SoCon 2-12 Preview
Wagner - Northeast 6-9 2018 Seahawks
Yale - Ivy League 10-6 2018 Bulldogs

The new documentary “Man In Red Bandana,” about former Boston College lacrosse player Welles Crowther and his heroism on September 11th, opened nationwide over the weekend. Welles’ memory is still strong in the lacrosse community, and his selfless acts on September 11, 2001 provide a lasting legacy for many who come to the memorial site in New York City to pay their respects.

Several large outlets reviewed the film this weekend, including the the New York Times, the Hollywood Reporter, & the LA Times. The film has received some pretty glowing reviews, and by the looks of the film’s Twitter account, the movie has started to gain a good amount of attention.

Additionally, the director of the movie talked to LSN on Saturday about making the film and how Welles’ story impacted him. You can find a clip from the interview directly below.

Obviously the movie is about a difficult subject matter, but by all accounts many have found the film emotional and uplifting. If you want to see the movie, but it is not playing in a theater near you, you can find it on iTunes. Here’s the trailer for the documentary .

Check out this great drone video put out by Temple women’s lacrosse.

UNC’s helping to support a memorial run at Kenan Memorial Stadium today to honor the memory of first responders & civilians who died on September 11, 2001.

10 WAVY in Virginia did a segment last night exploring why Hampton Roads is the only “major metro area that doesn’t offer public high school varsity lacrosse from Boston to Florida.”

Hampton Roads is the only major metro area that doesn’t offer public high school varsity lacrosse from Boston to Florida. It’s true — despite the fact lacrosse is the fastest growing high school sport in America. Only club lacrosse teams are offered in some Hampton Roads public high schools, such as Princess Anne.

What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

Miss North Dakota won the 2018 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall last night.
Miss North Dakota Cara Mund was crowned the new Miss America Sunday night at following a stunning performance as a dancer that garnered a raucous ovation from much of the crowd at Boardwalk Hall.

Mund, who is aspiring to become the first female governor of her state, is the first contestant from North Dakota to win the competition or even qualify for the top five.

She will now travel thousands of miles a month touring the country this year promoting her platform, Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion.

The Eagles beat Washington yesterday 30-17.

It’s uncommon for a Week 1 victory to be celebrated by dousing a second-year head coach in Gatorade. But coach Doug Pederson’s wet pullover after the Eagles’ 30-17 win over the Washington Redskins Sunday demonstrated just how significant the Eagles viewed their season-opening victory over a menacing division foe, a game that had pulsed each decision and practice since the team started training camp in July.

The Eagles used a swarming defense to halt a five-game losing streak to Washington and win their first road game since last September. They advanced to 1-0 before a challenging visit to Kansas City to play former Eagles coach Andy Reid next week.

The defense allowed only 10 points and forced three turnovers – the special teams chipped in another – to help an offense that showed improved firepower, but still has areas that must be improve. It was the Eagles’ first win over the Redskins since Sept. 21, 2014.

I’ve already booked my flight for Minneapolis.

World/National News.

FINALLY!!: Is the flying car ready for takeoff?

A little white winged pod lifts itself off the ground and glides off into the distance. The whole movement looks effortless. It’s like watching Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder – except we’re in a nondescript airfield in Germany, not the planet Tatooine. Echoes of Star Wars perhaps help explain why last week the pod’s maker, Lilium, secured $90m (£69m) investment from, among others, Chinese tech giant Tencent – although the company states its aim has more to do with solving transport problems: “We have highly congested cities and we can do things to improve matters,” said Lilium’s Remo Gerber. “We’re trying to move from a niche transport vehicle to a mass-transport one”.

Lilium is not flying solo. Prototypes by rival ventures are also passing their test flights. So the prospect of flying cars may not be all that far away. Here are six projects working towards bringing Back to the Future into the present.

Your GIF for September 11, 2017.

#GotEm

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