GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for October 24, 2019.
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The Princeton Tigers are the 15th team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the second team from the Ivy League. Princeton finished 7-7 overall in 2019 and 2-4 in Ivy League play. The Tigers failed to qualify for the Ivy League Tournament for the second consecutive season.
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2/22 at Virginia: Princeton’s last two meetings with the Cavaliers have been thrilling matchups, with the Tigers losing both but only by a combined four goals. The Tigers led for the majority of last year’s game before the Cavaliers were able to come from behind and win in overtime, with Virginia goaltender Patrick Burkinshaw stopping an insane 24 shots in his first career start. He’s now at Penn.
A lacrosse team captain at St John’s University in New York has been arrested for allegedly stabbing his roommate after an argument at an unsanctioned off-campus fraternity house. The victim, who survived the attack, later told police he did not realize what had happened until he saw his own intestines sliding out of the wound in his stomach.
And also nowhere to be found on their website.— Chris Jastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) October 23, 2019
The Premier Lacrosse League, whose backers include Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. billionaire Joe Tsai, Raine Group and Creative Artists Agency, is adding another team for its second season. The league -- co-founded by brothers Michael and Paul Rabil, the latter the sport’s highest-profile player -- had six franchises for its inaugural campaign.
We’ve moved our location for Saturday’s scrimmage vs. Lehigh and it’s OPEN to the public— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) October 23, 2019
We’ll be playing at Onondaga Community College at 3 p.m. and admission is
Spectators should park in Lot 13 ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/blcccAJaX3
Hardly home but always reppin.— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) October 24, 2019
Great to have all the alums back home last weekend. pic.twitter.com/pAWZKDl24i
John Raba, head coach of the Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team, has been inducted into the Connecticut Lacrosse Hall of Fame for the Class of 2019. The induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Vazzano’s Four Seasons in Stratford. Tickets for the event can be purchased through the Connecticut Lacrosse Foundation website at www.ctlacrosse.org. The cost of each ticket is $60 per person ($20 for children and a table of 10 for $500).
A defender screaming “cutter!” whizzes past. A frantic instant later, an opponent follows, her colors speeding by an almost unrecognizable blur. Suddenly, the fray is marked by the sound of a clasped catch and release. Three feet in front of you, the ball is coming your way. It’s going here. You step there. Save!
CSU x Adaptive Lacrosse - brought to life through the lens of @MasterofKanto. Great work by Quinn, @CSU_HSciencesPD & her team, and all the awesome athletes who made last weekends clinic so much fun.— CSU Lacrosse (@CSUVikingsLax) October 23, 2019
Learn. Grow. Adapt. #CommunityVikes | #govikes | #forever pic.twitter.com/oKfjDdp2Kj
With a roster featuring four returning All-Americans, the MVP goalie of championship weekend and the faceoff man that triggered a late game national championship rally, it’s going to be really hard for Virginia to play the underdog card in 2020. But fourth-year head coach Lars Tiffany might have pulled off the impossible in putting together a fall schedule in which his Cavaliers could have been perceived as the underdog three times.
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Need to let out some steam? A rage room venue called Break Stuff NJ recently opened in North Brunswick. It is located at 1150 Newton St., Suite C. What exactly is a rage room, you ask? It’s a place with enclosed areas dedicated solely for destroying items and relieving stress.
You really don’t want to do this. This is what every person must utter after failing to complete a tour of McKamey Manor. Russ McKamey owns and operates the most terrifying haunted house experience in America — one you’re not allowed to attend until you watch a two-hour-long video, sign a 40-page waiver, create a safe word, pass a physical, and more.
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