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College Crosse Prospectus - September 29, 2017: Under Armour All-America Game Moves To Homewood Field; Georgia Tech Lacrosse Player’s Instagram Posts Go Viral.

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for September 29, 2017.

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The Under Armour All-America Game has moved from Towson University and will be played at HISTORIC Homewood Field next year.

Johns Hopkins University's historic Homewood Field will host the 2018 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse games Saturday, June 30, 2018. The games were previously played at Towson University and draw some of the best lacrosse players across the nation. "It's a tribute to the event's reputation and an honor to bring the All-America games to the sport's most historic venue, Homewood Field," said Lee Corrigan, president of Corrigan Sports Enterprises, which manages the event. The 2018 Under Armour Underclass Tournament, played simultaneously with the All-America senior games, will remain at Towson University. It will expand for the second time in three years, by adding the Connecticut/New York (CONNY) area as the 12th region.

#WeMadeIt: Georgia Tech lacrosse player’s Instagram posts honoring his girlfriend go viral.

A doting boyfriend has earned the internet's seal of approval thanks to the sweet photo captions he writes when sharing pictures of his girlfriend. Georgia Tech lacrosse player Jake Hanson shares plenty of pictures of his girlfriend, Amanda Smoltz, on his Instagram page. The pictures include everything from her shopping for chocolate-covered pretzels to them posing in an elevator, but he always has a sweet message about his lady love. The posts even caught the attention of the @FIirtationship Twitter account, which shared just a few of Jack's photos and captions earlier this week.

Great hit by Princeton SSDM Chase Williams.

Shout out to the almighty Ryan Brown: How Ryan Brown stings corners from impossible spots.

This summer, the lacrosse community had fun with the #LowAngleChallenge, where players like Kyle Harrison and Michelle Tumolo found a way to score with seemingly no angle with which to work. It went viral, but it left some wondering who started this trend. U.S. training team and Charlotte Hounds attackman Ryan Brown said the concept originated when he and Atlanta Blaze midfielder Deemer Class, who run their own RBDC Lacrosse shooting clinics, tried it out with the East Coast Dyes team while they were filming in August.

The Boy Chris was on Bleeding Green Nation with John Barchard!! The kid jumps on at the 38:45 mark.

Great video by McDaniel men’s lacrosse team of their 3rd Annual Steak & Hot Dog Game.

The Saskatchewan Rush signed a major deal.

The Saskatchewan Rush will be playing on new turf this upcoming season. The team announced Thursday morning it has entered into a partnership with Co-op that includes field naming rights for the next five years and new home turf. The Rush’s home floor will be renamed Co-op Field at SaskTel Centre, as part of the deal. "It's incredible. It's the largest corporate deal in the history of the team, and I think it shows extra strong confidence in both the sport of lacrosse and this organization," Bruce Urban, owner of Saskatchewan Rush, told reporters after the announcement. "It's the new cool sport. Kids were bringing their skateboards to school however many years ago. Now kids are carrying their lacrosse sticks to school because that's the cool thing to do.”

Pretty cool Pac Profile video on Colorado BALLER Sarah Brown and her love of music.

MIT put up a video of their 2017 alumni game.

Josh Hawkins has signed a deal with the Denver Outlaws.

The Denver Outlaws on Thursday agreed to terms with former Boston Cannons midfielder Josh Hawkins, who filed for Player Movement earlier this offseason. Hawkins, 27, appeared in 13 games for the Cannons last year, totaling three goals, one assist and 30 groundballs in his fifth pro season and third in Boston. The Massachusetts native scored a season-high 14 points in 2016 with 11 goals and three assists and was named to the first All-Star Game of his career that year.

What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

Woof, well that’s not good: Pa. Liquor Control Board posts $114 million net loss in fiscal 2017.

After paying $216.7 million into the state’s general fund in the year ended June 30, more than twice the $100 million paid to help fund state operations the year before, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board had a bottom line loss of $114.3 million, according to the agency’s latest financial results. Despite the strain from larger-than-usual payments to the state, the agency’s spokeswoman pointed out that its cash and short-term investments were only $66 million lower on June 30, despite the additional $117 million contributed to the state’s coffers. The PLCB board told legislators that they are comfortable with a $185 million contribution in the current fiscal year.

World/National News.

I’m sure this will be fine: “The really porky pigs! Shocking footage emerges of mutant Hulk-like boars being genetically bred by Cambodian farmers.”

Shocking footage has emerged of mutant Hulk-like pigs which are being bred by Cambodian farmers. The company, called Duroc Cambodia, appear to have genetically modified the animals who were kept in cages and the results have appalled critics. Videos of the pigs show that they are unable to walk properly because of their freakishly large muscles.

No one likes the new iPhone. #TeamSamsung

There were years when Apple would release a new iPhone that didn’t feel like a huge advancement, but sales were off the charts anyway. This year, we’re seeing signals that maybe, just maybe, people won’t be rushing to buy the new phone. Shares in some suppliers have fallen 10 percent or more since the end of August, particularly after an analyst predicted that pre-orders for the iPhone 8 were “substantially lower” than for previous new models. Customers could be waiting for the X model instead. Or, Bloomberg’s Alex Webb notes, people could just be ordering online or through the company’s upgrade program. The latest line of products has had so-so reviews. Investors could be cashing out.

Your GIF/Video for September 29, 2017.

No swimming for you, Deborah!!

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