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College Crosse Prospectus - March 26, 2019: How to Watch Denver vs. Princeton and Air Force vs. Yale, Week 7 Poll Aggregation, & Team of the Week

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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 March 26, 2019.

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We have two games today with Denver facing off against Princeton in coach Bill Tierney’s return to the Garden State and Yale vs. Air Force, Both games today will be streamed. Directly below is the Big Board for March 26, 2019. As usual, clicking on the team name will take you to that team’s homepage, while clicking on the Stream/TV cell will take you to the broadcast of that game. Additionally, clicking on the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that particular game. All times Eastern standard Time.

College Crosse Game Day Big Board For March 26, 2019

Time Away Home TV/Stream Live Stats
Time Away Home TV/Stream Live Stats
6:00 PM Denver Princeton ESPN+ Live Stats
7:00 PM Air Force Yale ESPN+ Live Stats

Check out this article on coach Tierney’s first game back to the program that he built into a national power.

It’s been a few years since Bill Tierney walked the sidelines of Princeton’s Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium. The memories from those days, though, are draped along the stadium fence as the six national championship flags remind everyone when Tierney was the pride of Nassau Street. The legendary Hall of Fame coach will be making a return to the Princeton field on Tuesday night when his Denver (5-2) team faces the Tigers (2-5) at 6 p.m.

News 8 did a segment on how Yale regrouped after the defending national champs lost their season opener to Villanova.

The Yale men’s lacrosse team is on quite a roll. After losing its season opener to Villanova, the defending national champions have now won five straight and are ranked second in the country.

It’s Aggregation time! Yesterday we released our Week 7 Top 20 Poll, as did USILA, Inside Lacrosse, & US Lacrosse Magazine. Below is a chart with the Week 7 Top 20 poll results from each of the national polls.

Week 7 Poll Aggregation

Rank College Crosse USILA IL Media Poll US Lacrosse Mag Rank
Rank College Crosse USILA IL Media Poll US Lacrosse Mag Rank
1 Maryland Penn State Penn State Yale 1
2 Penn State Yale Yale Penn State 2
3 Ohio State Maryland Maryland Maryland 3
4 Yale Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State 4
5 Virginia Duke Duke Duke 5
6 Duke Loyola Loyola Loyola 6
7 Loyola Virginia Virginia Denver 7
8 Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Virginia 8
9 Denver Denver Denver Syracuse 9
10 Towson Towson Cornell Notre Dame 10
11 Penn Cornell Towson Cornell 11
12 Lehigh Notre Dame Notre Dame Towson 12
13 Cornell Penn Penn Lehigh 13
14 Notre Dame Lehigh High Point Army 14
15 Army High Point Lehigh UMass 15
16 Richmond Massachusetts Army High Point 16
17 Hobart Army UMass Rutgers 17
18 UMass Johns Hopkins Richmond Penn 18
19 High Point Georgetown Hobart Johns Hopkins 19
20 Georgetown Hobart Johns Hopkins North Carolina 20

Check out Chris’ College Crosse Team of the Week.

Villanova defeated Brown yesterday 10-8. Here is the recap of the game and here is the box score from yesterday as well.

Lacrosse set to check in to Utah high school sports in 2020.

Lacrosse is set to become an official Utah High School Activities Association sport in 2020, and Park City is expected to maintain its dominance – though with different competition.

Jon Oglesby, assistant director of the UHSAA, says all major hurdles have been cleared and the organization is on “a great pace” to introduce lacrosse in the 2019-2020 school year and that more teams are planning to join after the first season.

”We had a number of schools that, for whatever reason, for year one didn’t have the funding, transportation or facilities … but are very interested in coming in 2021,” he said. “We are anticipating a number of schools coming on that second year.”

I love it when memes crossover into reality.

Shout out to the newest HITTER on BU.

The Boston University men’s lacrosse team added a new face to its roster, a courageous 5-year-old from Jamaica Plain. The Terriers held a draft just for Patrick Mahoney Monday, hoping to make his day and raise awareness of his chronic illness. “He’s been really passionate, and I know the guys really look forward to when he shows up and practices and games,” BU Head Coach Ryan Polley said.

A little history will be made on Wednesday.

What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

WE DID IT: Comcast announced plans for a $50M Esports arena in Philadelphia.

Competitive gaming has become so profitable in recent years that large media companies are getting in on the act. Comcast Spectacor announced Monday that it will build a dedicated esport stadium in the heart of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. The 3,500-seat, $50 million Fusion Arena will play host to local professional team Philadelphia Fusion — already owned by Comcast Spectacor. “This will be the first ground-up [esports] facility in the western hemisphere,” Spectacor Chief Business Officer Joe Marsh said.

World/National News

Great post by the King of NY, Adam Epstein on the box office smash movie US.

Lupita Nyong’o is not the only one seeing double—Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Us, made twice as much money in its opening weekend as Hollywood projected it would. Last month analysts predicted that Us, which came out in theaters on Friday (March 22), would gross around $35 million at the box office in its first weekend. That would have been a solid but unremarkable total, roughly in line with the opening weekend gross of Peele’s first film, Get Out (which went on to make a whopping $255 million worldwide off a $4.5 million budget).

Your GIF/Video for March 26, 2019

No one is ever this happy to see me.

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