GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for December 17, 2019.
College Crosse News
Year two of the Liam Gleason era is set to begin in the spring of 2020, as the Green and Gold announced their 2020 schedule on Monday afternoon. The Saints are coming off a 6-7 season and a 3-4 mark in the MAAC last season.
️ SCHEDULE ALERT ️— Siena Saints (@SienaSaints) December 16, 2019
season is almost upon us, as @SienaLacrosse has released their 2020 schedule! A balanced 14-game slate gives the #SienaSaints 7⃣ home games this season! ✅ it out, and get to Hickey Field this spring!
https://t.co/X9wYWeJZAc#MarchOn #MAACLAX pic.twitter.com/sunzkkDcj8
Similar to picking who will win March Madness, there’s contests throughout the internet to pick the winners of every bowl game and even ranking them according to your confidence level. Here at College Crosse, we also like college football and want to give you our bowl predictions, just using college lacrosse as the basis of our picks.
We did it with college hoops, now let’s apply picking winners using college lacrosse with the plethora of college football bowl games beginning this week! @Chris_Jast has all the picks you’ll need for this bowl season. https://t.co/hyf8HsDBIm— College Crosse (@College_Crosse) December 16, 2019
The concept of success has found deep meaning for Rob Pannell of Smithtown, one of the best professional lacrosse players to ever grace the game.
Late afternoon on a Friday, Tommy McNamara, a senior on the Notre Dame lacrosse team, was most of the way through a “great ham and cheese sandwich” inside the General, a South Bend, Ind. cafe. As he talked to a friend, he said, he noticed a young man walking around, not sitting. Going outside, coming back in.
Notre Dame lacrosse player from Haverford School chases down purse snatcher | Mike Jensen https://t.co/QEhI4y7MKO— The Philadelphia Inquirer (@PhillyInquirer) December 16, 2019
Aaron Locke sits in a car headed toward his past. He excitedly recites a sentence he learned recently in Japanese class at the University of Delaware. “My name is Aaron,” he says. “I’m a student at Delaware University. I’m 19. I’m in my second year and my major is International Relations. It’s nice to meet you.”
Kaden Quirk of Nahant and Zach Barden of Swampscott wear the first piece of merchandise from their new clothing line, Brand Boston Apparel Co.
College Crosse Fall Ball Matrix
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
A group of friends wanted to do something special for a service industry worker this holiday season.
An iconic Babe Ruth bat is headed to a new home.An iconic Babe Ruth bat is headed to a new home.
Your GIF/Video for December 17, 2019
That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!! Make sure you follow us on social media!
Facebook: College Crosse