GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for April 10, 2019.
College Crosse News
You can find results, box scores, and winning team recaps for last night’s games directly below. Clicking on any any team will take you to that team’s official website. Clicking on the box score cell will take you to that game’s box score. Clicking on the recap cell will take you to the winning team’s recap.
College Crosse Scoreboard For April 9, 2019
|Hartford||Dartmouth||Hartford 12 vs. Dartmouth 11||Hartford|
|Siena||Princeton||Princeton 19 vs. Siena 10||Princeton|
|Cornell||Syracuse||Syracuse 13 vs. Cornell 8||Syracuse|
|Georgetown||Loyola||Loyola 16 vs. Georgetown 14||Loyola|
|Canisius||St. Bonaventure||Canisius 16 vs. St. Bonaventure 8||Canisius|
Highlights from Syracuse vs. Cornell.
Coach Desko & his boys talked to the media after the game.
Congrats to Michael Caulfield.
Our first senior day!— Bonnies Men's Lacrosse (@BonniesMLAX) April 10, 2019
Congrats to "Uncle Mike" - Michael Caulfield! #Bonnies || #Unfurl pic.twitter.com/NxnkV75Wgm
How lacrosse star Paul Rabil aims to redefine professional sports.
The line inside the Philadelphia convention center stretches several hundred feet, three or four people thick with giddy lacrosse fans, many of them kids with their parents in tow. They have traveled from all over the country to attend LaxCon, the annual event sponsored by U.S. Lacrosse (the sport’s official governing body), which offers three days of clinics, demos, vendor exhibits, and a chance to share oxygen with the world’s greatest lacrosse players, including the most famous of them all, Paul Rabil, who is at the head of this queue, greeting fans and posing for photos.
Happy birthday, coach!
Happy Birthday Coach Breschi! pic.twitter.com/PxpXKlXnqD— UNC Men's Lacrosse (@UNCMensLacrosse) April 9, 2019
Four-square was the greatest recess game ever.
Finding a way to pass this lightning delay #staywarm pic.twitter.com/6lYLpsHTe8— BLHS Girls Lacrosse (@blhsglax) April 9, 2019
Nothing like getting together with your boys.
The Etter-Harbin Alumni Center filled with chatter, laughs and nostalgia on Saturday evening at the inaugural Texas Lacrosse Hall of Fame Induction Banquet. Ten former Longhorns — Denny Bahm, Don Carnes, Bob Korba, Matt Harder, Kenny Kaplan, Walt Williams, Tim Curran, Jasen Trautwein, Bronson Parker and Eric Zissman — were honored for their contributions to the Texas lacrosse team and for being ambassadors to the sport. But despite the formal dress code, the night was simply a meeting between old friends. In addition to the Hall of Fame festivities, the guests were also celebrating a win. Honorees and alumni watched the Texas lacrosse team defeat Texas State by a score of 19-9 on Friday evening at Clark Field. At the induction, the lacrosse alumni dined with the student-athletes they watched dominate just the day before. For the first time, several generations of Texas lacrosse players had intersected paths.
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
Don’t worry, folks, I am alright: Earthquake hits off Jersey coast, felt in Long Island & Central Jersey.
A relatively small earthquake off the coast of Long Island registered a magnitude 3.0 on the Richter scale Tuesday, and the quake was felt as far away as Trenton, New Jersey, and Smyrna, Delaware. The earthquake occurred roughly 33 miles southeast of Southampton, New York, early Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
New phase of matter is both liquid & solid.
SOLID, LIQUID, GAS … and something else? While most of us learn about just three states of matter in elementary school, physicists have discovered several exotic varieties that can exist under extreme temperature and pressure conditions. Now, a team has used a type of artificial intelligence to confirm the existence of a bizarre new state of matter, one in which potassium atoms exhibit properties of both a solid and a liquid at the same time. If you were somehow able to pull out a chunk of such material, it would probably look like a solid block leaking molten potassium that eventually all dissolved away.
Your GIF/Video for April 10, 2019
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