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The slate of 2020 games has been released for the Jacksonville University men’s lacrosse team, as announced Wednesday afternoon by head coach John Galloway. “We are excited to officially announce our 2020 spring schedule. As we continue to develop our program, we have committed to scheduling teams that will push both our players and coaching staff to the limit as we continue to develop a nationally competitive roster,” noted Galloway.
The Jacksonville Dolphins are the 8th team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the second team from the SoCon. Jacksonville finished 6-9 overall in 2019 and 5-2 in America East play. The Dolphins advanced to the SoCon Tournament, but fell to top-seeded High Point in the semifinals.
An Emerson College student who was gravely injured over the weekend has died of irreparable brain injuries, according to his family and the school. Daniel Hollis, 20, was a 2018 Hopedale High School graduate and was in his sophomore year at Emerson. He also played goalie for the Emerson College lacrosse team.
A Notre Dame sports team is practicing with a more unconventional routine. Dancers are in town from the Indianapolis Ballet, and in between performances, they made time to teach a few moves to the lacrosse team. For first timers, we’d say they did all right -- but then again, we’re not dance experts. The team did seem happy to be trading the field for the stage today, though.
More than 20 players from the Wilton High School boys lacrosse program helped the volunteers from Minks to Sinks last weekend set up for their semi-annual tag sale. The sale, Oct. 5-7 under the big white tents at the intersection of Route 7 and School Road, benefit’s Norwalk’s Family & Children’s Agency
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Jim McIngvale, a 68-year-old mattress store owner from Houston who calls himself “Mattress Mack,” plans to put down at least $1.5 million on the Astros in New Jersey on Thursday. That’s after wagering $3.5 million on the ‘Stros in Mississippi earlier this week.
Watch out pizza world: this pizza robot could shake things up. Seattle startup Picnic announced Tuesday that it has a developed a unit that can make 300 12-inch pizzas per hour and 180 18-inch pizzas per hour.
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