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2020 College Crosse Preseason All-Americans
|Position||First Team||Second Team||Third Team|
|Position||First Team||Second Team||Third Team|
|Attack||Grant Ament (Penn State)||Joey Epstein (Johns Hopkins)||Jackson Morrill (Yale)|
|Attack||Michael Sowers (Princeton)||Jared Bernhardt (Maryland)||Asher Nolting (High Point)|
|Attack||Chris Gray (North Carolina)||Mac O'Keefe (Penn State)||Logan Wisnauskas (Maryland)|
|Midfield||Chase Scanlan (Syracuse)||Bryan Costabile (Notre Dame)||Connor Kirst (Villanova)|
|Midfield||Anthony DeMaio (Maryland)||Bubba Fairman (Maryland)||Jack Kelly (Penn State)|
|Midfield||Sam Handley (Penn)||Dox Aitken (Virginia)||Brendan Curry (Syracuse)|
|FOGO||TD Ierlan (Yale)||Kyle Gallagher (Penn)||Justin Inacio (Ohio State)|
|SSDM||Roman Puglise (Maryland)||Ryan Terefenko (Ohio State)||Peter Dearth (Syracuse)|
|LSM||Brandon Salvatore (Cornell)||Jared Conners (Virginia)||Ryan McNulty (Loyola)|
|Defense||JT Giles-Harris (Duke)||Nick Mellen (Syracuse)||Mark Evanchick (Penn)|
|Defense||Gibson Smith (Georgetown)||George Baughan (Princeton)||Aidan Hynes (Yale)|
|Defense||Koby Smith (Towson)||Sean Menges (Richmond)||Nick Cardile (Penn State)|
|Goalie||Matt DeLuca (Delaware)||Drake Porter (Syracuse)||Caton Johnson (North Carolina)|
The University of Massachusetts men’s lacrosse program and head coach Greg Cannella announced the team’s 14-game competitive schedule on Monday. The Minutemen will host six games on Garber Field, including against Harvard (Sat., Feb. 22), Yale (Sat., Feb. 29), Albany (Tues., March 3), LIU (Tues., March 10), Hofstra (Sat., April 4) and Towson (Sat., April 11).
Following exhibition games against Providence on Sat., Jan. 25 and at St. John’s on Sat., Feb. 1, Massachusetts begins the campaign with the annual rivalry matchup against Army on Sat., Feb. 8. The 2020 opener between the Minutemen and Black Knights marks the 10th consecutive season these sides start their respective campaigns against each other.
#MondayMotivation right here from alumnus @EfosaGuobadia ⤵️@MoveTogether_ & @FfittHealth led Efosa to Canillá, Quiché, Guatemala recently to help those in need recently.— UMass Men's Lacrosse (@UMassMLacrosse) November 26, 2019
He brought the game with him and shared it with members of the community at the nearby Mayan ruins. pic.twitter.com/GcFAJFE9ga
The Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team and head coach Mason Poli announced the program’s schedule for the 2020 season – a 15-game slate that includes four home contests in Hamden.
The Bobcats will square off with two opponents that appeared in the final Inside Lacrosse Media Poll of last season, as Quinnipiac will travel to Rutgers (received votes) for the season opener on Feb. 1 while also squaring off with Yale (No. 2 nationally) in New Haven on April 21. Quinnipiac’s non-conference opponents combined to win 64 games in 2019.
The St. John’s Red Storm are the 51st team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the sixth and final team from the Big East. St. John’s finished 4-10 overall in 2019 and 0-5 in Big East play. The Red Storm failed to qualify for the Big East Tournament and failed to win a conference game for the third straight season.
Hey @StJohnsLax Fans! Be sure to see your Johnnies take on some of the best lacrosse programs in the nation at DaSilva Memorial Field this season!! Schedule release ⬇️⬇️https://t.co/PfGg9nqAy4#WeAreStJohns ⛈#WeAreNewYorksTeam #EXPECTtoWIN— St. John's Lacrosse (@StJohnsLax) December 6, 2019
He's being called a "class act." The scene unfolded when lacrosse player Tommy McNamara was eating lunch at the General Deli and Café and saw a robber steal a woman’s purse. @BOdanielWSBT has details in the story below. @NotreDame @NDlacrosse https://t.co/ZMn1cESgEo— WSBT (@WSBT) December 9, 2019
Growing up, Dante Trader Jr. was quickly acquainted with the game of football thanks to his father being an assistant coach at Salisbury University.
When he was eight years old, his dad came to him with the choice to diversify his skill set with baseball or lacrosse, and he opted to pick up the lacrosse stick.
Great video from UMBC.
Pannell’s Pro Future Remains Uncertain, “Exploring All Options.”
The season starts in less than two months!
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The Eagles were minutes away from their season falling apart on national television, but just when they looked to be dead, Carson Wentz reached back and pulled out a clutch victory, 23-17 over the Giants.
ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish made the announcement at the UBS Global TMT Summit in New York Monday. “Black Rock is not an asset we need to own and we believe that money would be put to better use elsewhere,” he said.
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