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2019 Men’s College Lacrosse Year In Review: #21 Quinnipiac Bobcats.
Season Summary - Quinnipiac’s fall semester was marred with trouble surrounding the program. In late September, the program was suspended for violating the university’s student conduct policy. A week later, longtime head coach Eric Fekete was let go and replaced with Mason Poli on an interim basis. All of fall ball was cancelled, and the majority of the seniors missed the first five games of the season. There was a spring season, but the Bobcats began with three straight losses against UMass Lowell, Brown, and Vermont.
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I think Tucker Dordevic’s rehab is going nicely and he plans to be back on the field very, very soon.
Soon.... @CuseMLAX pic.twitter.com/P9DV0Ntyux— Tucker Dordevic (@T_dordevic) August 14, 2019
Sue Redfern re-elected as World Lacrosse president.
World Lacrosse president Sue Redfern has been re-elected for a four-year term at the international federation’s general assembly in Ontario, Canada. World Lacrosse made major strides under the Englishwoman’s first term as it continues to make a push for inclusion on the Olympic programme. Last year it achieved the significant milestone of being granted provisional recognition by the International Olympic Committee. Redfern was first elected as World Lacrosse president in 2017, on a two-year term, replacing Canada’s Stan Cockerton.
Booster groups donate $75K for practice wall for Ridge lacrosse players.
Ridge High School lacrosse players will benefit from a practice wall to be paid for by community boosters. On July 22 the Bernards Township Board of Education accepted a donation of $75,000 to build a 30-foot long and 12-foot high wall to be constructed and paid for by Ridge Lacrosse Inc. and Girls Ridge Lacrosse.
Keeping it classy: Fewer lax-related complaints at Lake Placid reported this year.
Local officials say there seemed to be fewer unintended impacts on the community as a result of the Lake Placid Summit Classic lacrosse tournament this year. The tournament was held Aug. 5 to 11. It’s one of the largest events held in the village each year, attracting a number of athletes and spectators that dwarfs the village’s year-round population. It’s also notorious for ushering in a wave of noise and property damage complaints.
An amazing response to the call for lacrosse players and the community to join together for the #SteelStrong Lacrosse Game. pic.twitter.com/pqEvDn6vty— Travis Lee (@TLee_WMTW) August 14, 2019
Here’s a good article on Syracuse legend Tom Marechek & what he is doing down at IMG Academy Lacrosse.
Marechek was recently named director of lacrosse for the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. He will oversee all aspects of the program for boarding school, camps, professional player training and events. “I wish I had nothing to do all day. But I’ve been on this phone an average of four to five hours a day with IMG,” Marechek said. “It’s a new job, new excitement.” And, in the long and storied career of a lacrosse legend, a completely new adventure.
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
Young man who sang for Pope Francis in Philly is heading off to Yale University.
He is known as the young man who sang for Pope Francis. Philadelphia’s own Bobby Hill is now experiencing another life-changing moment. For Bobby, it was an impromptu performance that lead to a significant moment in his life. On Sept. 26, 2015, Bobby, who was just 14 years old at the time, was with the Keystone State Boy Choir, set to perform backup during the pope’s historic visit to Philadelphia, when there was a brief lull in the program ... He’s heading off to Yale University this weekend, planning to major in global affairs and minor in music. “I’m not quite sure of what I wanna do in the future yet, but I know that music is probably gonna be a part of it,” Bobby said. “It’s something that gonna be with me for the rest of my life.
40% of Americans say they can’t afford to go on vacation.
Americans, crippled by debt and seeing signs of a slowing economy, are sitting out on pricey vacations and everyday leisure activities. A new Bankrate survey found 42% of Americans decided not to take a vacation over the past year because of the cost. Nearly a third said they can afford a vacation less now than they could have five years ago, though 26% said they can afford to do so more now. More than two-thirds of U.S. adults opted out of a recreational activity due to the cost at some point in the past year, the study found.
Your GIF/Video for August 15, 2019
Eddie Murphy is back with a new movie for Netflix (Slightly NSFW).
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