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I can’t believe summer is already over. On the bright side, the 2020 season is not too far away. Anyway, here’s everything you need to know for August 30, 2019.
College Crosse News
2019 Men’s College Lacrosse Year In Review: #6 Loyola Greyhounds.
Season Summary - Loyola had nearly everything they needed to make a deep run in May. Led by a Tewaaraton favorite in Pat Spencer and stud goalie Jacob Stover, the Greyhounds hoped to claim the program’s second national championship this decade.
And things appeared to look that way in the early going. In their season opener against Virginia, Loyola got a pair of five-goal performances from Spencer and Kevin Lindley along with 18 saves from Stover in an eight-goal victory. The following week down Charles Street at Johns Hopkins was a similar story as Spencer dominated the Blue Jays defense with freshman midfielder Chase Scanlan scoring six points in an 18-12 win.
To see all of
our Chris’ posts, check out the 2019 Year In Review section on the site.
Towson added former Providence assistant Matt Musci to the staff.
With the 2019-20 academic year underway, Towson University head men’s lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen has announced Matt Musci as the program’s newest addition. Musci will serve as an assistant coach/offensive coordinator. “The Towson lacrosse family is excited to welcome in Matt Musci and his family,” said Nadelen. “Matt is a proven leader that works very hard to establish strong relationships with his players in order to develop them into great young men and lacrosse players. His passion for the game of lacrosse is evident and his beliefs in what type of culture a program should have is completely in line with our culture at Towson. I am eager to get to work alongside Matt as we enter into the 2019-20 year.”
Terps lax star, Jared Bernhardt, to honor father’s legacy, pursue NCAA football after final season at Maryland lacrosse.
Maryland lacrosse star Jared Bernhardt will complete his final season of lacrosse eligibility and his undergraduate degree this spring and then pursue a graduate transfer season in college football, Terps lacrosse coach John Tillman announced Thursday afternoon. “After numerous conversations with Jared over the years, I knew that playing college football has always a dream of his,” Tillman said.
Live look at Bill Belichick right now. https://t.co/XTkmWSq4Pt pic.twitter.com/j8IriCSU5p— College Crosse (@College_Crosse) August 29, 2019
Here’s another good article about Jared’s decision.
Maryland men’s lacrosse attackman Jared Bernhardt will pursue an opportunity to play college football as a graduate transfer, once he completes his undergraduate career with the Terps after the coming spring season. “After numerous conversations with Jared over the years, I knew playing college football was always a dream of his,” coach John Tillman said in a press release. “We are supporting him during this process to help him make the best decision for his future after finishing his collegiate lacrosse career.”
Here’s a highlight video of Jared balling out on the football field when he was in high school.
Speaking of lacrosse to football converts ....
Sam Hubbard's journey: From lacrosse to commit to Cincinnati Bengals starter at defensive end https://t.co/jbiPcjXDNV— Enquirer (@Enquirer) August 29, 2019
LIU adds Jack Runkel and Tim Rotanz to its staff.
Head coach Eric Wolf announced the addition of Jack Runkel and Tim Rotanz as assistant men’s lacrosse coaches on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Runkel and Rotanz join the LIU staff for its return to Division I competition in 2020. Runkel joins the staff as a defensive assistant and recruiting coordinator, while Rotanz comes to LIU as an offensive assistant.
Competing this AM with Coach @SMPlunkett ⚙️⚙️⚙️#HTB #DMGB pic.twitter.com/nYmEuavKWK— Lafayette Lacrosse (@LafayetteMLAX) August 29, 2019
Cabrini University held a pep rally to honor the men’s lacrosse team for winning the 2019 national title.
Check out photos from today's men's lacrosse championship celebration! #GoCabrini https://t.co/4TgTJqz5sa— CabriniAthletics (@CabriniCavs) August 29, 2019
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
Bang: Comcast exec drops a $1K tip on a $47 bill.
When an NFL star left a 20-cent (as opposed to 20 percent) tip at P.Y.T. in 2014, I exposed his utter rudeness. And when a group of UPenn jerks tipped 40 cents on a $26 round that same year, I had a little fun at their expense as well. But we’re not just about bad news and negativity here at Foobooz. So when I learned that longtime Belgian Cafe bartender Lisa Sloat received a $1,000 tip from a Comcast exec, I had to talk to both of them.
What is bessed?: Alex Trebek is preparing for season 36 of ‘Jeopardy!’ after completing chemo.
Alex Trebek, host of “Jeopardy!,” has announced that he’s “back to work” preparing for the show’s 36th season, FOX 31 reports. “It’s another day at the office, and an exciting day because so many great things have been happening,” Trebek said.
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