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The Delaware Blue Hens are the 10th team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the first team from the CAA. Delaware finished 10-5 overall in 2019 and 3-2 in CAA play. The Blue Hens fell to eventual conference champion Towson in the CAA semifinals for the second consecutive year.
One of the most accomplished recruits in high school lacrosse has a change of plans. After being on board with Denver since September 2018, IL’s No. 3 senior Owen Hiltz (Culver, Ind.) will play his college lacrosse at Syracuse, multiple sources have told Inside Lacrosse.
Marist with some great pics from its recent HEADstrong Foundation Tournament from last weekend.
Scenes from the @HEADstrongFnd Tournament this past weekend vs. Navy and Lehigh. 2 great tests to start the 2020 season. Up next is the @ETCFoundation34 Fall Tourney @MARIST Sunday. More info coming this week! Still time to donate by going to the link in our bio #MARIST #EC34 pic.twitter.com/HrzYQqcQDp— Marist Lacrosse (@Marist_MensLax) October 10, 2019
A trio of experienced seniors – Ryan Terefenko, Jeff Henrick and Lukas Buckley – will captain the 2020 Ohio State men’s lacrosse team, head coach Nick Myers announced today. Terefenko and Henrick are returning captains while Buckley earns the honor for the first time in his career. Henrick, Terefenko and Buckley have combined to play in 141 career games and have helped the Buckeyes win 32 games over the past three seasons. They all excel in the classroom as well as each of them have been OSU Scholar-Athletes throughout their respective careers.
“These three men represent a special group of seniors,” said head coach Nick Myers. “A group that has experienced the feeling of stepping on the field that last Monday in May. Lukas, Ryan and Jeff bleed Scarlet and Gray. They embody the true essence of what Buckeye Lacrosse is and stands for. We are very proud and confident in the ability of these three men and look forward to attacking what lies ahead together.”
Major League Lacrosse has shifted ownership of the Dallas Rattlers back to the league, replacing New Balance as owners of the franchise, according to MLL Commissioner Alexander Sandy Brown. News of the change of ownership was first reported by Inside Lacrosse — which stated the team had “shut down front office operations” and that the ownership, led by New Balance owner and chairman Jim Davis, was ousted.
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Uber is rolling out a new feature called Uber Pet for ride-sharers who want to bring a furry friend on their journey, the company announced Wednesday. The new experimental feature will be available in just seven cities, including Philadelphia, starting Oct. 16. Riders will be able to choose the Uber Pet feature from the ride selection screen, according to The Verge, and a surcharge of $3 to $5 will be applied to the ride’s pricing.
The disappointment started mounting the first day of a two-week Norwegian Cruise Line voyage in Europe. So by the time the Norwegian Spirit had diverted to several alternative ports — spending extra unplanned days at sea — passengers were on edge. They had already missed out on Iceland, the trip’s main attraction. By Monday, a week and a half in, travelers were gathered with their bags and cameras, looking forward to being on land again in Scotland.
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