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#JazBomb: Sources: Jim Mitchell to Princeton.
Mitchell's hire at Providence was officially announced on August 26, 10 days ago. The team has deleted nearly every trace of Mitchell's hire except for their official announcement. Mitchell left Bellarmine in June after one season and was previously with Rutgers for 4 seasons.— The artist formerly known as @CFJastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) September 5, 2019
This also comes two days after Princeton officially posted a job opening for an MLAX assistant coach position (which was when the March news was reported). Their application deadline is Monday, but it did not take long for the process to get done. https://t.co/20ArBJopju— The artist formerly known as @CFJastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) September 5, 2019
Mental health can be an intimidating topic, in part because many people don’t fully understand what it entails. In the broadest sense, mental health includes a person’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being. While potential mental health issues can affect people in all walks of life, including athletes, the good news is that help is available and problems can get better. The key for parents and coaches of young athletes is to recognize when a young player needs help.
The Premier Lacrosse League regular season was as intense as it gets. Eight games, nearly a third of all those contested, went into overtime. Three teams entered the final weekend tied with a shot at two playoff spots, a battle that came down to the final game in Albany.
Besides being assistant professors of exercise science in the Allied Health Professions department and assistant coaches of strength and conditioning for Liberty University’s men’s lacrosse team, Jessi Glauser and Justin Kilian are also well known on campus for their bodacious beards. “It’s a prerequisite as a strength coach,” Glauser joked, noting that Club Sports Coordinator of Strength & Conditioning Chris Kerr, one of Kilian’s former students, also sports an abundant crop of facial hair.
First day of the @CSUVikingsLax Lacrosse Academy at @ucscleveland and the kids are flying around! This is an absolute unreal experience for our student athletes. Learning from the best! @TheKingVike, can’t thank you, @mattbertrams22, and team enough. pic.twitter.com/LAj0Hkg9Er— Matthew Burke (@_coachburke) September 5, 2019
College Crosse Year In Review
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What’s Up, New PhilaYorkJersey?
Old-school pizzerias — warm, inviting, delightfully out-of-touch; the modern outside world be damned. These are ancient-wallpaper, faded-menu, Naugahyde-booth kind of places, where the furnishings have been untouched for decades, and the words “Twitter” and “Facebook” often might as well be in a foreign language.
The most famous photo of the Loch Ness monster has long been discredited as a hoax, but scientists have come up with a new explanation for other sightings of the elusive beast -- it could be just a giant eel. A team of researchers used DNA samples from taken from the lake in Scotland where “Nessie” is believed to dwell and concluded that a more familiar creature was behind the legend. “There are large amounts of eel DNA in Loch Ness,” Neil Gemmell, a geneticist from New Zealand’s University of Otago said on Thursday.
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