GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for May 23, 2019.
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The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame announces the addition of nine new inductees as the Class of 2019, following approval by US Lacrosse’s Board of Directors. The newest members will be officially inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, October 19, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md.
Ahead of Penn State’s rematch with Yale in the Final Four on Saturday, the program is giving away 100 free tickets to students. The giveaway was made possible by a donation from alumni Chris and Ashley Hogan.
Attention Students— Penn State Men’s Lacrosse (@PennStateMLAX) May 22, 2019
Thanks to a donation from Chris Hogan (➡️ @ChrisHogan_15) & Ashley Hogan, the first 100 students to register will receive one FREE ticket to Saturday's game!
➡️ https://t.co/TgLwafU59H pic.twitter.com/qpjAgJU5vj
Will @ChrisHogan_15 be joining #WhiteOuttheLinc now that @PennStateMLAX is in the final four?— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) May 22, 2019
Sure looks like it. ⚪⚪
Listen to more from the @Panthers wide receiver on Overtime with @paulcarcaterra: https://t.co/A8VTaWXSWR pic.twitter.com/8NTbu5TOCk
The 2019 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament has gone according to plan with the powers of the sport stepping up and taking care of business. What does that mean for you, the lacrosse fan? An incredible weekend of lacrosse on the horizon down in Baltimore. And what better way to get you set for it than a fresh new edition of COLLEGE CROSSECAST. I’m joined by College Crosse NCAA Women’s Lacrosse editor Skyler Gilbert as we take stock in the tournament. We start be recapping a quarterfinals where the higher seeds dominated, with Maryland-Denver (3:11), Northwestern-Syracuse (7:54), Boston College-Princeton (14:10), and North Carolina-Virginia (20:25) going according to plan.
This weekend is Championship Weekend in college lacrosse, with the men’s lacrosse championships being held in Philadelphia. You may know that already. You may not know what to do during the weekend that doesn’t involve lacrosse. There’s a ton of places to do and see and even eat around the greatest city in the world. But for most foodies, Philly is known for their cheesesteaks. They’re also just called cheesesteaks, not “Philly Cheesesteaks.” There’s plenty of places to get there, but some are better than others. But before you find out where to go, there’s a few basics to know about the simple yet important food.
The 2019 Final Four is in Philadelphia and we at College Crosse couldn’t be happier. To assist visitors coming to Philly for Memorial Day Weekend, I’ve created this guide of places to eat and check out while you are in the city.
Oh my: Check out this great video of Pat Spencer dunks from high school.
Pat Spencer’s lacrosse career is over and now he is going to bypass the pros for a chance to play college hoops. I have had multiple mid and high-majors reach out about Spencer.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) May 20, 2019
Here’s a compilation of his dunks from his senior year at Boys’ Latin. pic.twitter.com/q4QbOvaiNE
BC looks like they are ready to go as well.
This Duke team is pretty likable.
Your game like 8 and 15?— Duke Men's Lacrosse (@DukeMLAX) May 21, 2019
Tweet us your handshakes to see if they compare. pic.twitter.com/m62hjCJMef
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
The Sixers may not always be the top team, but they make Philadelphia one of the best places to be for basketball. The City of Brotherly Love is ranked among the top 10 best cities in the United States to be a basketball fan. Philly ranked No. 8 overall with a total score of 44.89, according to data compiled by WalletHub. The factors contributing to this score is the city’s a No. 17 ranking among NBA cities and a No. 4 ranking among college basketball towns.
On a bright May morning at Japan’s Idakiso train station, a small cat basked in the sun as her photo was taken by a group of tourists before getting a tummy tickle from a toddler. While the white, tan and black kitten purred and meowed in the arms of a visitor, one of the station workers looked on with a grin, interjecting only to gently reposition the cat’s brimmed conductor hat whenever it threatened to slip over her eyes.
“Having her around the station makes everyone happy,” he said, as the cat playfully swiped at a tourist’s iPhone. “I sometimes forget that she is my boss.”
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Stephen A. Smith is great.... but have you seen him as a baby?! pic.twitter.com/O9HijcKAAb— HIGH NOON (@HIGHNOONonESPN) May 21, 2019
That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!! Make sure you follow us on social media!
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