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College Crosse Prospectus - June 15, 2018: Dartmouth Year In Review; New Untitled Project

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for June 15, 2018.

College Crosse News

2018 Men’s Lacrosse Year in Review: #68 Dartmouth Big Green by The Kid Chris.

With the 2018 college lacrosse season complete, it’s time to start looking back at how all 71 teams did during the season, as well as what to expect from each squad for 2019. We already started looking ahead to 2019 with a few of our team recaps, kicking things off with Hampton, NJIT, and VMI, as well as a check in with St. Bonaventure and Utah. So with that, let’s continue the recaps!

#68 Dartmouth Big Green

Conference: Ivy League

2018 Record: 2-11 (0-6 in Ivy League play)

Head coach: Brendan Callahan (4th Year)

Statistical Leaders Goals: Ben Martin (26) Assists: George Prince (18) Points: George Prince (34) Faceoffs: Kiernan Gunn (88-of-203; 43.3%) Ground balls: Kiernan Gunn (42) Caused turnovers: Austin Meacham (14) Goals against average: Alex Burnley (15.48 GAA) Save percentage: Alex Burnley (39.2%)

Make sure you check out all the future Year In Reviews coming up this summer.

I did a fun pod with friend of the blog & former Loyola Greyhound Aleksei Klincewicz.

Welcome to another Untitled Project on the College Crossecast Network. In this episode, friend of the blog and former Greyhound, Aleksei Klincewicz, returns to the show for another round of Loyola banter. If you missed Aleksei’s previous appearance a few weeks ago, you can find a link to the pod here.

In this show Aleksei & I review Loyola’s 2018 season, talk about Pat Spencer’s legacy, what it is like the year after winning the title, and discuss the big news that Rutgers & Loyola signed a 4-year series starting next year. Additionally, we talked a little NBA, the Bryan Colangelo fiasco, & Lebron’s impending free agency. There are plenty of fun diversions packed into this CRISP 63 minute show as well, so we think you are going to enjoy it.

Yesterday was Army’s birthday!

Cincinnati lacrosse community rallies to support player in a coma.

First the Lakota community came together, and now, members of the Cincinnati business community are showing they are Stratman strong.

Matt Stratman, 15, collapsed after a lacrosse game last Saturday. He remains in a coma at Children’s Hospital.

He had a stroke due to bleeding in the brain.

Support is pouring in for the Stratman family from across Greater Cincinnati.

Arin Bonk owns Delicious Designs Cookies in West Chester. She is used to baking for community events, but she said this one is personal.

”As a mother, to picture another mother dealing with something like that is more than you ever want to think about,” Bonk said.

Bonk will be having a cookie sale from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at her store on Cincinnati-Dayton Road. All proceeds will be donated to the Stratman family. Bonk’s son Kyle is a friend of Matt’s.

”I’ve also asked for corporate sponsors, and I’m happy to say that Cleveland Construction in Mason will match up to $2,000, and then Welling and Company, which is a jewelry store in Old West Chester, has also agreed to match what we make on Wednesday night,” Bonk said.

Shout out to grandpa Potsy.

Tragic news from Montclair State University.

What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

Jersey does it again: Amazon to open its 9th mega warehouse in the Garden State.

Online retailer Amazon has announced plans for it’s ninth massive fulfillment center in New Jersey, adding another 600 jobs for one of the state’s largest employers. The new fulfillment center will open next year on commercial property in the 1100 block of East Pearl Street in Burlington. The “1-million square foot facility will support customer fulfillment and join our network of fulfillment centers across the state of New Jersey,” Amazon spokeswoman Rachael Lighty said in a statement. The timeline for opening the Burlington fulfillment center has not yet been announced, Lighty said.

World/National News

We spend 7% of our money on gas.

Americans are spending $69 more each month to fill up their tank, according to a Triple A report. On Wednesday, the Chicago average is $3.26 per gallon of regular gasoline. The average price is $2.999 for the rest of Illinois, compared to the national average of $2.91. Analysts say Americans are now spending 7% of their income on gas, a statistic that is up 1.5% from last year. If you make $45,000 per year, you’re shelling out over $3,000 just to put gas in your vehicle

Your GIF/Video for June 15, 2018

I think this dog just wanted the stick.

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