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College Crosse Game Day March 3, 2019: How To Watch Notre Dame vs. Maryland, Preview, & Attachments

Irish vs. Terps today!

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We got one game on the schedule today and it’s between Maryland & Notre Dame. Maryland is undefeated and is in a good position to be #1 in the nation on Monday if they win today. Meanwhile, Notre Dame is 1-1 on the season after losing to Richmond last weekend. With only 12 non-ACC Tournament games on its schedule, Notre Dame really can’t afford to be racking up losses now, as they still have Denver, Virginia, Michigan, and Ohio State in the upcoming weeks.

Directly below is the Big Board for March 3, 2019. 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 the game. Additionally, clicking the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats for game. Game time is Eastern Standard Time.

College Crosse Game Day Big Board For March 3, 2019

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Time Away Home Stream/TV Live Stats
12:00 Maryland Notre Dame ESPNU Live Stats


Jake & Ryan previewed this game on the College Crossecast Weekend Preview show.

lastly Sunday with... whatever Maryland and Notre Dame call lacrosse this go round (1:02:00).


Adam & I were at the Hopkins vs. Princeton game yesterday. Pics from the game and the post-game celebration after JHU’s 14-12 victory are directly below.

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Check out the highlights from yesterday’s Army vs. Lafayette game.

Detroit Mercy got the game-winner from Matthew Vangalen to beat Bellarmine with 9 seconds left in the 4th quarter.

Congratulations to Pat Spencer on becoming the 2nd player in Loyola history to reach 300 career points.

Pat Spencer became the second player in Loyola University Maryland history, and the 15th in NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse, to score 300 career points, finishing Saturday’s 19-15 win over College of the Holy Cross with three goals and eight assists to give him 303 in three-plus seasons. Kevin Lindley scores six goals and had an assist, while Chase Scanlan had five goals and two assists and Alex McGovern added two goals and one assist.

Spencer’s 303 career points are second all-time at Loyola behind Gary Hanley’s 311, and he moved up to 15th in NCAA Division I history during the game. He also moved into the top-five in Division I history in career assists (186) and sits at fifth.

BU moved to 5-1 with their win over Vermont yesterday.

The Boston University men’s lacrosse team defeated the University of Vermont Saturday afternoon by a score of 12-4. The Terriers employed a stifling defense to prevent the Catamounts (3-2, 0-0 America East) from generating any big offensive runs.

BU (5-1, 0-0 Patriot League) was in control from start to finish and had their usual goal scorers getting the job done.

Senior attack and leading goal scorer James Burr continued his strong start to the season by putting two into the back of the net. Sophomore attack Chris Gray added a hat trick to fuel the Terrier offense to another impressive showing.

Cornell squeaked by a Tehoka Nanticoke-less Albany team, 17-16.

Connor Fletcher’s goal with just 14 seconds left lifted third-ranked Cornell to a 17-16 win over the University at Albany on Saturday in a men’s college lacrosse clash at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca.

Jonathan Donville’s goal to open the scoring in the fourth quarter at 14:27 gave the Big Red a commanding 16-11 lead over the Great Danes.

But UAlbany refused to quit, mounting a furious rally which saw the Great Danes score the game’s next five goals to tie the score at 16. Jack Burgmaster capped the comeback for UAlbany with his second goal of the season with just 1:13 left to play.

Penn had Penn St. on the ropes but couldn’t put them away.

Saturday was a confusing day for scorekeepers, as Penn men’s lacrosse traveled to State College, Pa. to play in-state rival No. 5 Penn State. Despite sticking with the Nittany Lions for the entire game, the Red and Blue let in two last minute goals to go down 15-14 in a dramatic finish. After dropping their two opening games to then-No.3 Maryland and No. 5 Duke by scores of 13-12 and 17-7, respectively, the Quakers (0-3) looked to break their losing streak in their 38th meeting with Penn State (4-1).

UVA stunned the Orange in the dome yesterday. Here are the highlights from yesterday’s overtime thriller.

BOSS Desko and his boys sat and talked with the media after the game.