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College Crosse Prospectus - September 10, 2019: US Lacrosse Announces Fall Classic Schedule

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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 September 10, 2019.

College Crosse News

US Lacrosse Announces 2019 Fall Classic Schedule.

The 2019 Team USA Fall Classic, set for Oct. 18-20 at US Lacrosse headquarters, will feature the world’s top international teams, two reigning NCAA champions and some of the top young players in Canada and the United States. A total of 12 teams will be playing 16 games over the course of the weekend. Tickets for the Fall Classic will go on sale later this week.

Cleveland State announced Nick Acquaviva as their new assistant coach.

Cleveland State University head men’s lacrosse coach Andy German announced the addition of Nick Acquaviva as assistant coach Monday afternoon.

Acquaviva brings six years of NCAA coaching experience to Cleveland, including helping two different programs to national rankings.

”I’m thrilled to welcome Nick to the Viking lacrosse family,” German said. “His experience as a player along with his experience coaching across all divisions of college lacrosse will be a huge asset to our program.”

Acquaviva served as the volunteer assistant at Colgate last season under first-year head coach Matt Karweck. He coached the goaltenders and the man-down unit and helped the Raiders to a win over No. 10 Syracuse in his first game on staff.

Great video of Penn State men’s lacrosse on their annual team leadership retreat.

The NLL announced some major changes for the upcoming 2019-2020 season.

The National Lacrosse League announces details for the 2019-20 season, which include divisional realignment, playoff format and schedule type after the addition of two expansion teams and new market Halifax. The league will feature 13 teams in the upcoming season after fielding 11 last year. To accommodate the addition of expansion teams, the New York Riptide, Rochester Knighthawks and new market Halifax Thunderbirds, as well as maintaining an eye towards continued expansion, the NLL will shift to a three-division format in 2019-20.

Back to work!!

Premier Lacrosse League honoring Cornell and Syracuse legends.

Some of the most significant names in central New York lacrosse history are among those being recognized by the Premier Lacrosse League through its postseason awards. The list of names includes former Cornell players Eamon McEneaney and George Boiardi; and former Syracuse standouts Jim Brown, Oren Lyons and the Gait Brothers: Paul and Gary.

Holy Cross had some wicked seats for the Pats game.

Inside Lacrosse did a podcast with new Hampton head coach, Rashad Devoe, to discuss coach’s background and the future of the Pirates.

Rashad Devoe is braver than most lacrosse coaches. Some talk about thriving in adverse situations. Others live it. The second head coach in Hampton’s history presents a travelogue across his sport’s landscape that would intimidate Lewis and Clark.

College Crosse Year In Review

To see all of our Chris’ posts, check out the 2019 Year In Review section on the site.

Shout out to Chris for all the fantastic work he did this summer on the Year In Review series. #HardestWorkingKidInTheBiz

What’s Up, New PhilaYorkJersey?

#AnotherOne: Princeton ranked best school in New Jersey (and the United States).

If it is early September, it must be college ranking season. Therefore, it must be the time of year that U.S. News & World Report will proclaim Princeton University and Williams College the top schools in the country. Which is once again the conclusion of lists U.S. News released Monday. For the ninth straight year, Princeton was the No. 1 national university, according to U.S. News.

World/National News

Oops: Couple goes through $120K that was deposited into their account accidentally.

A Pennsylvania couple is accused of theft after going on a shopping spree with $120,000 that was mistakenly deposited into their bank account, according to a report. Robert Williams and his wife, Tiffany Williams, appeared in court Tuesday after they spent two and a half weeks blowing through most of their accidental windfall on expenses such as cars, bills and a camper, news station WNEP reported.

Your GIF/Video for September 10, 2019

The beginning of a beautiful friendship.

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