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College Crosse Prospectus - October 4, 2019: Witness Comes Forward With Video Showing Aftermath Of Altercation In Daniel Hollis Case

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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 October 4, 2019.

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A witness has come forward with a video showing the aftermath of the altercation that took the life of Emerson College lacrosse player, Daniel Hollis.

Aurora Arntz hadn’t been sleeping when she heard yelling across the street from her apartment. The 16-year-old says she is used to commotion on the surrounding streets, where there’s a bevy of restaurants and bars, as well as Brighton Music Hall. But Saturday morning, at roughly 1:25 a.m., Arntz says the ruckus on Park Vale Avenue that prompted her to record the scene had already left one young man motionless on the cement by the time she hit record.

The Boston Globe did a major write-up on all the available facts about the death of Daniel Hollis.

Several days after suffering a brain injury during a weekend fight outside an off-campus party in Allston, 19-year-old Emerson College student Daniel Hollis died Wednesday night, leading to heartbreak for his family and grieving on the campus. Here’s what is known so far about the case. What happened in Allston According to police, Hollis was fatally injured during an altercation near 15 Park Vale Ave. in Allston around 1:30 a.m. on Sept. 28.

Great video of coach Tambroni announcing PSU’s captains for 2020.

Here’s an article from about the final two home games for the Orange at Cicero-North Syracuse.

The Syracuse men’s lacrosse team will make Cicero-North Syracuse its home field again for two regular season games this spring. The dates and foes for those contests were not announced other than to specify they will be held after March 1. The switch is necessitated because of renovation work in the Carrier Dome.

Here’s one more video of Notre Dame’s day with the Indianapolis Ballet.

If you can dodge a lacrosse stick, you can dodge a ball.

Need some guidance on how to clean your lacrosse helmet? I got you fam.

Every type of sport you play is bound to make you produce an excess amount of sweat. If you are a lacrosse player, you’ll attest to this as it’s an intense and high contact sport that is full of sweat, mud, dirt and even blood. In the process, lacrosse helmet accumulates all that sweat more than any other sports gear making it the most challenging sports equipment to clean.

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Former OSU lacrosse player & present-day news anchor Mike Avery opens up about being assaulted by disgraced former OSU team doctor, Dr. Richard Strauss.

“I just buried it, because who was I going to tell?” Avery said in an interview with News 5’s Scott Noll. The secret he kept to himself was what he says happened behind the closed door of an exam room. “I went in there for a physical, but it was something way different,” Avery said. Avery was a four-year letterman for Ohio State’s lacrosse team. He said almost as soon as he set foot on campus, he heard the whispers.

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What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

I agree: In ‘Joker’ movie, Joaquin Phoenix is the star, but Jersey gets second billing.

From the very first scenes of “Joker,” New Jersey has a starring role alongside the man himself, Joaquin Phoenix ... Just after the opening scenes of the film, when we are introduced to Phoenix’s character as he is putting on his face paint, the first major action of the movie takes place on Newark’s Market Street.

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That must’ve been a rrrrruff trip: Missing California dog finally comes home after being found 700 miles away in New Mexico.

It is a common thing for a pet to wander off and end up in a different neighborhood, but a pup recently appeared in Las Cruces after an astounding 700-mile trip from home in California. New Mexico State University student Juan Treto remembers walking home when an energetic young Husky suddenly appeared before him. The dog was friendly and quickly found a home with Treto.

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