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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 2, 2019
|Stony Brook||St. John's||Stony Brook 12 vs. St. John's 11||Stony Brook|
|Bucknell||Marist||Bucknell 10 vs. Marist 7||Bucknell|
|Monmouth||St. Bonaventure||Monmouth 7 vs. St. Bonaventure 5||Monmouth|
|Canisius||Cleveland State||Cleveland State 19 vs. Canisius 10||Cleveland State|
|Syracuse||Hobart||Syracuse 17 vs. Hobart 5||Syracuse|
Here are some highlights from Syracuse vs. Hobart.
| Highlights— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) April 3, 2019
Syracuse retains the Kraus-Simmons Trophy pic.twitter.com/EyLt5lFsmh
Coach Desko and his lads talked to the media after the Hobart game.
Early on, it looked like the Syracuse Orange men’s lacrosse team was going to be in a dogfight with the rival Hobart Statesmen. After a back-and-forth first quarter, the Statesmen scored the opening goal in the second quarter before the Orange went on a 3-0 run to take a 5-3 lead. It didn’t take long for Hobart to tie the game back up at five, but that would be it for the home team scoring. Syracuse’s defense stonewalled the Statesmen for the remaining 37:44 of the game and scored the final 12 goals en route to a 17-5 shellacking to keep the new look Kraus-Simmons Trophy in Syracuse.
Week 8 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||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||1|
|7||Notre Dame||Ohio State||Notre Dame||Notre Dame||7|
|9||Duke||Notre Dame||Ohio State||Denver||9|
|10||Syracuse (Tied for 10th)||Denver||Cornell||Penn||10|
|11||Towson (Tied for 10th)||Towson||Syracuse||Cornell||11|
|16||Hobart||Army West Point||Army||Rutgers||16|
|18||UMass||North Carolina||Rutgers||High Point||18|
|19||North Carolina||Rutgers||North Carolina||North Carolina||19|
|20||Rutgers||Johns Hopkins||Hobart||Johns Hopkins||20|
We’re into the final month of the regular season in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse. All the conferences have begun their schedules and the top teams are starting to settle themselves out. But this is lacrosse, so there’s still plenty of chaos to go around. And that always makes for good radio, which makes us here happy when we’re recording COLLEGE CROSSECAST.
On this edition I’m joined by Safe and Chris as we start off with some news coming out of the MLL (1:10) before we go through the NCAA scoreboard (14:30). Then we break down plenty of the week’s biggest games, going through Yale-Penn (24:00), Syracuse-Notre Dame (29:20), Mount St. Mary’s rise (33:50), the CAA already living up to the THUNDERDOME! billing (35:50), Georgetown-Denver (39:12), Duke-UNC (45:22), Rutgers-Ohio State (53:25), and Penn State-Maryland (1:06:35). We unveil our College Crosse Top 20 on the show (1:12:00) before getting you set for today’s games (1:15:06) and end with our mailbag which includes an exercise in creating a 6-team superconference (1:20:38).
With Bellarmine knocking off Mercer 16-13 this weekend, the Binghamton Bearcats are this year’s Reverse Survivor champion as the lone eligible winless team left standing.*
The Knights and Bearcats entered last weekend as the lone eligible winless teams remaining in this year’s competition. Binghamton had a chance to get off the island first on Friday, but fell to Stony Brook 13-6 in Long Island.
Here’s the remaining schedule for the Bearcats:
@ UMBC (4/6)
vs. Vermont (4/13)
@ Sacred Heart (4/16)
vs. Hartford (4/20)
@ UMass Lowell (4/26)
A Viera High School student collapsed Monday during lacrosse practice after experiencing cardiac arrest, Brevard County School officials said. Two coaches helped administer CPR and lifesaving efforts on the teen, who wears No. 23 on the team. He was taken to Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando. The teen is not out of the woods yet, Brevard County school officials said. Brevard and Space Coast lacrosse groups are asking for area lacrosse teams and their families to keep the student and his family in their thoughts.
Here’s a nice video from Ohio State thanking the alums who came back for alumni weekend.
Imagine, for a moment, that the Penn State football team was ranked No. 1 in the nation. Then imagine that the Nittany Lions were coming off a stirring road victory over a Big Ten rival that was ranked No. 3 in the nation. Finally, imagine that the latest victory came against one of the most storied programs in the nation — a program that had owned a 36-0 lifetime record vs. PSU, not to mention three national championships. If that was the case, you wouldn’t need a great imagination to predict the reaction in these parts.
A typically gritty rivalry between Socastee and St. James high schools took a charitable approach Monday. The two schools came together to raise funds for a middle school student battling a rare form of cancer. Declan Maloney played on St. James’ JV lacrosse team in 2018 as a seventh grader. Now, Maloney watches from the sideline after doctors were forced to amputate his hand.
East Forsyth High School and Glenn High School varsity lacrosse teams honored a fallen hero during their rivalry game on Tuesday night. Wes Van Dorn, who grew up in Greensboro and graduated from Southeast Guilford High School in 2002, was killed in 2014 when the U.S. Navy helicopter he was piloting crashed during a training mission off the coast of Virginia Beach. Some describe that helicopter, the MH-53E Sea Dragon, is the Navy’s oldest and most dangerous helicopter. This aircraft and Van Dorn’s death is the focus of a new documentary.
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
New York will soon become the first U.S. city to charge drivers to access its most congested neighborhoods — and Philly says it’s watching closely and considering the same move. Beginning in 2021, New York drivers will have to pay what will be called a “congestion fee” to enter Manhattan below 60th Street, where the average speed for vehicles is 4.7 mph (down from 6.9 mph in 1994). The fee amount has yet to be determined — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed consulting a panel of transportation experts to set the cost.
Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones is reportedly scheduled to undergo heart valve surgery this week. The legendary singer and songwriter, who is 75 years old, announced over the weekend that he would need to postpone the band’s upcoming U.S. tour. “Mick has been advised by doctors that he cannot go on tour at this time, as he needs medical treatment,” the Rolling Stones tweeted Saturday. “The doctors have advised Mick that he is expected to make a complete recovery so that he can get back on stage as soon as possible.”
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