GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for February 11, 2018.
What You Missed
Two ACC teams needed overtime to win their games on Saturday, while Maryland began their national championship defense with a win over Navy.
Lacrosse The Nation
More recaps from games from yesterday:
- Binghamton-Syracuse (Inside Lacrosse, Syracuse.com)
- Boston University-Ohio State (Land-Grant Holy Land, US Lacrosse Magazine)
- Bucknell-Bryant (WLNE)
- Furman-North Carolina (The Daily Tar Heel)
- Jacksonville-Duke (The Duke Chronicle)
- Loyola-Virginia (Inside Lacrosse, Streaking the Lawn, US Lacrosse Magazine)
- Manhattan-Wagner (Silive.com)
- Navy-Maryland (Inside Lacrosse, The Diamondback)
- Richmond-UMBC (Inside Lacrosse, The Baltimore Sun)
- Sacred Heart-Stony Brook (Newsday)
- St. John’s-Rutgers (On The Banks)
- Towson-Johns Hopkins (Inside Lacrosse, US Lacrosse Magazine)
- Boston College-Notre Dame [Women] (The Heights)
- George Washington-East Carolina [Women] (North State Journal)
- James Madison-North Carolina [Women] (WHSV)
- Ohio State-Navy [Women] (US Lacrosse Magazine)
- Towson-Penn State [Women] (The Daily Collegian)
- Women’s recap (US Lacrosse Magazine)
- #1 Limestone-#7 Lenoir-Rhyne [Division II] (Lenoir-Rhyne)
- #12 Lynchburg-#1 Salisbury [Division III] (delMarvaNow.com)
After Maryland’s win over Navy, head coach John Tillman said defenseman Bryce Young was “week-to-week” with an undisclosed injury, while attackman Steven Shollenberger is done for the season.
Additional video highlights from yesterday’s games:
WATCH: @PCFriarsLax wins its home opener, 9-6, over Holy Cross Saturday, improving to 1-1 on the season.— Nick Coit (@NickCoit) February 10, 2018
Austin Goltz & Tim Hinrichs scoring goals in the 4th quarter to put the game away. Nick Hatzipetrakos led the way for the Friars with five goals. @ABC6 @PCAthletics pic.twitter.com/7wfdRmKgyd
Michigan was happy after Kevin Conry’s first win as head coach:
Cornell has a new helmet:
“It was a heartbreaking end for all of us, especially myself,” said Concannon, a second-team All-American last season and a first-team preseason choice for 2018. “That’s not something you ever think is going to happen to you. It’s still something I think about every day, but not negatively. I turned it into motivation to push me every day.”
Having Concannon between the pipes is one reason Hofstra is optimistic about the 2018 season and its chances to finally win the CAA Tournament and earn its first NCAA bid since 2011. “He could be the country’s leading goalie,” Pride coach Seth Tierney said. “He’s a fabulous goaltender and a tremendous leader.”
Concannon, who was among the nation’s leaders in goals-against average (8.8) and save percentage (57.1), said he’s planning to get involved more in the transition game after saves. He is a tri-captain, along with defenseman Brett Osman (25 ground balls) and midfielder Dylan Alderman (18 goals, 18 assists). The Pride returns 31 players, including 16 seniors and eight starters, from a team that won its first 10 games, reached No. 2 in the national rankings, and finished 11-3.
In preseason polls, the Pride is ranked as high as 14th by US Lacrosse. The team is strongly motivated to erase the painful memory of last year’s premature ending, and is also well aware that its home turf, Shuart Stadium, once again is hosting an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal and the Pride definitely would play there if its makes the tournament and wind a first-round game.
“To have a playoff home game is something you dream about. It doesn’t happen very often,” Tierney said.
One reason why I use an Oxford comma: It could cost you $5 million, like it did for a dairy.
Video of the Day
Butch Hartman is leaving Nickelodeon. He explains why.
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