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First-year head coach Andrew Stimmel has announced the 2020 schedule for the Marquette University men’s lacrosse team, featuring seven home matches at Valley Fields. “This year’s out of conference schedule provides us the opportunity to build towards a challenging BIG EAST Conference slate in March and April,” Stimmel said. “The opportunity to compete against Ohio State and Johns Hopkins in the pre-season, as well as multiple NCAA tournament teams in our nonconference schedule, will provide a learning experience our team can build upon. With the departure of some key pieces from a year ago, it will be an exciting time as we look to establish roles and set the tone for what lies ahead.”
Looks generally speaking like every single other lacrosse schedule Marquette has ever had, so either A) MU was locked into a few things or B) Stimmel volunteered to continue them.— Anonymous Eagle (@AnonymousEagle) September 26, 2019
Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman didn’t have too much time to spend agonizing over the film of his team’s abrupt departure from the NCAA tournament last season. The conclusion of one season meant Tillman had to quickly transition to recruiting players for the future during the summer. But as is the case for him whenever a season doesn’t culminate with a national championship, thoughts about what precluded his team from hoisting a title trophy still swirled.
The first faceoff of the 2020 men’s college lacrosse season is expected on Feb. 1. Here’s what you need to know ahead of the new season. Taking a look back, the fight to get to the 2019 championship game was strenuous for Virginia. But the Cavaliers battled through three overtimes to advance to the title game and eventually defeated Yale — the reigning champion — 13-9 for the trophy.
What’s a guy to do? “I like both sports. It’s like an in-season type of thing,” said the 6-1, 195-pound McDonald. “When I’m in football, I love football. When I’m in lacrosse, I love lacrosse. “I could adjust to field lacrosse. Box is more about stick skills, and field is more open and about running. There’s a mix of football in it. That helps me see the field better.” ... McDonald admits there have been NCAA schools that have toyed with the idea of him playing both sports. The Delta Optmist listed the schools as Delaware & Stony Brook in a feature story earlier this season.
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A little 3v2 box progression today!— High Point Lacrosse (@HPUMensLax) September 25, 2019
Progression 1: No Picks, Just Play pic.twitter.com/8vhmrLxsuC
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If at first it looks disastrous, try and try again. That seemed to be the Philadelphia Eagles’ new motto for the 2019 season. Slow starts had plagued the team for three straight weeks. They were incapable of scoring on offense. They couldn’t get any stops on defense. They had done what they could to overcome poor performances out of the gate, but the outcome didn’t change.
Japan Airlines has introduced a feature on its seat booking system that shows where young children are seated. A “child” icon appears when a passenger is travelling with children aged under two years. One traveller said the feature let him know where babies “plan to scream... during a 13-hour trip”.
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