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College Crosse Prospectus - October 9, 2019: Delaware Releases 2020 Schedule

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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 9, 2019.

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The Delaware Blue Hens released their 2020 schedule.

Well done is better than well said. It’s the motto that the University of Delaware men’s lacrosse team lives by. The Blue Hens will have plenty of opportunities to put that on display at Delaware Stadium next spring when they host eight home games as part of the 2020 schedule, which was unveiled today.

AnotherOne: Zach Triner goes from Siena lacrosse to the NFL

Zach Triner, a 28-year-old first-year player with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, started his improbable journey to the NFL with a conversation in a teammate’s dorm room at Siena College eight years ago. Triner had finished his freshman season on the lacrosse team.

We see you, High Point.

New research finds that female athletes take longer to recover from concussions, which may be due to the fact that female athletes wait longer before seeking a specialist as compared to male athletes.

Young female athletes wait longer to get medical attention for concussions compared to boys, according to new research. Previous studies reported girls simply took longer to recover from a concussion because of hormonal differences and weaker neck muscles compared to boys, but this new research suggests something else may be to blame.

I concur.

Death of Emerson lacrosse player Daniel Hollis allegedly involved Marine on leave, U.S. Marine Corps confirmed.

A Marine was allegedly involved in the death of Emerson student Daniel Hollis, the U.S. Marine Corps confirmed ... The USMC released a statement Tuesday, the Boston Globe reported, acknowledging a Marine on leave may have been involved in Hollis’s death.

US Lacrosse Magazine with a nice article on former Hopkins great, Charlie Coker.

Charlie Coker, one of the all-time great midfielders at Johns Hopkins, enjoys recounting his unremarkable journey to Homewood. Growing up in Edgewater, Md., barely a stone’s throw away from the U.S. Naval Academy, Coker’s only plan for college was to gain an appointment to the Academy. As an accomplished wrestler at Annapolis High School, where he was county champion, he was sure his entry would come via Navy’s wrestling recruiting list. When that plan didn’t materialize, Coker had to come up with a new option for college. He didn’t have one. “I was an Annapolis kid. I only knew Navy,” he said.

Here’s a nice video from Cuse’s scrimmage against Denver.

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Great post from Testudo Times: Maryland men’s lacrosse’s Anthony DeMaio finds comfort in his family’s latest relocation.

Maryland men’s lacrosse midfielder Anthony DeMaio has a large, supportive family, but for much of his college career, he was over 2,700 miles apart from them. Demaio’s brother and teammate Nick DeMaio was with him in College Park, but his parents Tom and Nicole DeMaio, as well as his four younger sisters were on the other side of the country in San Diego, California. But that all changed when the duo received a call from their parents one day this past August, telling the brothers that they would be relocating approximately 40 minutes away from campus in Urbana, Maryland.

College Crosse Fall Ball Matrix

Check out the fall slate of scrimmages from across the Division I men’s college lacrosse landscape.


What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

New Jersey’s Ben Bailey is returning with a new season of Cash Cab.

“It’s a TV game show that takes place right here in my taxi!” Before “Carpool Karaoke” and “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” — and prior to the rise of Uber and Lyft — there was “Cash Cab,” that charming trivia game show on the Discovery Channel hosted by New Jersey’s own Ben Bailey ... Now, Bailey, rides once again, only on a new network. Think Teresa Giudice. Think Bravo.

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JFK Airport’s Terminal 1 launches facial recognition boarding.

A biometric self-boarding gate has officially been launched at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 1, officials said Tuesday. Lufthansa has deployed the paperless, high-tech boarding process – which uses facial recognition technology to verify travelers with a photo capture — at its largest US gateway at the Queens airport.

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