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College Crosse Prospectus - April 8, 2019: Penn State Defeats Ohio State In Sunday Night Showdown, Weekend Scorecard For Week 9

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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 April 8, 2019.

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The Penn State Nittany Lions defended their home turf against Ohio State in a 13-8 victory on a rainy Sunday night at Panzer Stadium.

The No. 1 Penn State men’s lacrosse team walked away with a 13-8 victory over No. 7 Ohio State on rainy Sunday night at Panzer Stadium to move to 9-1, 2-0 in Big Ten action. The Nittany Lions found success on both offense and defense to find their first Big Ten home win. Penn State moves to 17-6 all-time against Ohio State and stretches its win streak over the Buckeyes to four. Leading the way for Penn State on the offensive end was junior attackman Mac O’Keefe and sophomore midfielder Cole Willard who both collected hat tricks.

Here’s the Weekend Scorecard for Week 9 with results, box scores, winning team recaps, and highlights from this past weekend. For your convenience, I’ve included the Big Board with links to teams, box scores, & recaps directly below.

College Crosse Weekend Scorecard For Week 9

Away Home Box Score Recap
Away Home Box Score Recap
Lehigh Loyola Loyola 15 vs. Lehigh 9 Loyola
Boston University Army West Point Boston University 15 vs. Army 13 Boston University
Sacred Heart Bryant Sacred Heart 11 vs. Bryant 8 Sacred Heart
St. Bonaventure Cleveland State Cleveland State 18 vs. St. Bonaventure 5 Cleveland State
Manhattan Detroit Mercy Detroit Mercy 10 vs. Manhattan 5 Detroit Mercy
Notre Dame Duke Duke 14 vs. Notre Dame 8 Duke
Mercer Furman Furman 15 vs. Mercer 14 Furman
Cornell Harvard Cornell 19 vs. Harvard 11 Cornell
Air Force High Point High Point 13 vs. Air Force 9 High Point
Richmond Jacksonville Richmond 14 vs. Jacksonville 8 Richmond
Holy Cross Lafayette Holy Cross 16 vs. Lafayette 4 Holy Cross
Binghamton UMBC UMBC 13 vs. Binghamton 6 UMBC
VMI Bellarmine Bellarmine 13 vs. VMI 12 Bellarmine
Delaware Drexel Delaware 15 vs. Drexel 13 Delaware
Towson Fairfield Towson 14 vs. Fairfield 7 Towson
UMass Hofstra Hofstra 10 vs. UMass 9 Hofstra
St. John's Marquette Marquette 12 vs. St. John's 8 Marquette
Georgetown Providence Georgetown 17 vs. Providence 15 Georgetown
Wagner Robert Morris Robert Morris 17 vs. Wagner 6 Robert Morris
Hobart Saint Joseph's St. Joe's 12 vs. Hobart 11 (OT) St. Joe's
North Carolina Virginia Virginia 11 vs. North Carolina 10 Virginia
Navy Colgate Navy 16 vs. Colgate 11 Navy
NJIT Hampton NJIT 26 vs. Hamton 9 NJIT
UMass Lowell Hartford Hartford 14 vs. UMass Lowell 11 Hartford
Rutgers Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins 15 vs. Rutgers 13 Johns Hopkins
Michigan Maryland Maryland 16 vs. Michigan 12 Maryland
Mount St. Mary's Utah Mount St. Mary's 16 vs. Utah 15 Mount St. Mary's
Albany Vermont Vermont 10 vs. Albany 9 Vermont
Quinnipiac Canisius Canisius 10 vs. Quinnipiac 7 Canisius
Dartmouth Yale Yale 20 vs. Dartmouth 8 Yale
Penn Brown Penn 16 vs. Brown 9 Penn
Villanova Denver Villanova 12 vs. Denver 11 Villanova
Siena Marist Marist 13 vs. Siena 11 Marist
Princeton Stony Brook Princeton 14 vs. Stony Brook 4 Princeton
Away Home Box Score Recap
Ohio State Penn State Penn State 13 vs. Ohio State 8 Penn State

Here are some highlights from Loyola vs. Lehigh.

Duke’s win over Notre Dame gave the Blue Devils their first ACC win of 2019.

Duke entered the weekend undefeated against three top-10 opponents this year. And in front of a packed crowd on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, the No. 8 Blue Devils kept that perfect record in big games intact, defeating seventh-ranked Notre Dame 14-8 at Koskinen Stadium. Coming off two consecutive losses to begin ACC play, Duke seemed like it was playing angry all game. Despite some flaws exposed over the last couple weeks, the Blue Devils’ continued track record against top competition proves they are one of the most talented teams in the country—a unit nobody wants to see flooded with confidence.

WTNH did a segment on Yale’s win over Dartmouth.

Last Saturday, the now fifth ranked Yale Lacrosse Team lost a heartbreaker in a triple overtime game at Penn. The Bulldogs were looking to bounce back at Reese Stadium. On Alumni weekend, Yale hosting the Big Green of Dartmouth.

Here’s a nice article on the Alabama men’s lacrosse club team.

The famous quote “you get out what you put in” does not always ring true to life’s harsh realities, and the Alabama men’s lacrosse team knows that all too well. A club team in a sport known for its competition, Alabama is looking to expand upon last season’s success to the highest goal possible: to become Division I.

“The talent is there, and we have that already, but it’s an organizational issue at this point,” said Justin Alexandre, a junior majoring in construction engineering.

While Division I may seem like a far-fetched idea for a team that doesn’t have its own stadium, or even its own practice field, but transfer teams like Michigan prove that club lacrosse can find a home in the big leagues if the whole team buys in. In this case, the team embodies everyone from players, coaches, to most importantly, the university’s athletic department.

Michigan’s 10-man ride gave Maryland some trouble on Saturday, but the Terps were able to figure it out for the 16-12 victory.

Against a Michigan team notorious for its hounding defense, Maryland men’s lacrosse knew where to strike. After faceoff specialist Austin Henningsen won the first draw of the day, he quickly retreated to the Terps’ defensive end and passed the ball off to goalkeeper Danny Dolan. Defender Curtis Corley received the next pass, and instead of initiating a conventional clear attempt, he fired a shot from almost 70 yards away from the Wolverines’ net, missing wide left.

Nick Mellen versus Jeff Teat is going to be a great individual match-up to watch during the Syracuse vs. Cornell game on Tuesday.

Syracuse defender Nick Mellen didn’t want to admit that his four-year teammate, Andrew Helmer, was right: That Mellen takes getting beat one-on-one personally.

“Andrew knows me pretty well,” Mellen said. “So, I would never come out and just say that, but yeah, that’s pretty accurate.”

A week prior, Helmer attributed Mellen’s play to his mindset. He gets angry when an attacker gets behind him. So mad that it doesn’t happen often.

“It’s that same ‘kill-or-be-killed’ mindset that I’ve always kind of came up with,” Mellen said. “For me, Helmer hit it right on the head: I do not like getting beat. At anything, for that matter.”

Highlights from Marist vs. Siena from this past weekend.

What’s Up, PhilaJersey?

FINALLY: A Philly publisher is releasing Mean Girls with a Shakespeare twist.

I’ll tell you one thing, people: It is a good time to be a Mean Girls fan in Philly ... Quirk Books — the Philly publishing house that’s brought us timeless classics like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and these Gritty book covers — is about to release another pop culture mash-up on April 23rd. Titled William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Mean Girls, the book is the tale of Cady Heron and The Plastics, rewritten in the style of William Shakespeare — iambic pentameter and all.

World/National News

Sounds about right: Study says average person only has about 4 and a half hours of free time per week.

How much free time do you get to enjoy each week? If you’re like the most people, it’s hardly enough to even be excited about. A new survey finds that the average American adult logs just four hours and 26 minutes of time to themselves in a given week. And if that amount seems high, you’re also in good company. Four out of 10 people surveyed said they get even less free time than that total, incredibly.

Your GIF/Video for April 8, 2019

That was actually much more violent than I expected.

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