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Return to greatness: Syracuse lacrosse has chance to bring back familiar feeling in 2020.
Just file this away for later. The first steps towards reclaiming a familiar championship feeling took place on Sunday for the Syracuse men’s lacrosse team. The Orange stomped on Hofstra and Vermont in scrimmage play, combining to score 28 goals in six quarters of action ...
Hear from @JohnDesko after the Orange's first scrimmages of 2020: pic.twitter.com/XJBX594BTQ— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) January 27, 2020
Syracuse will be ...... cooking with gas this year: Griffin Cook grabs opening at attack for Syracuse lacrosse.
The sophomore turned in another dominant effort in preseason on Sunday, combining for five goals in two scrimmages against Hofstra and Vermont at the Ensley Athletic Center.
#AnotherOne: National Lacrosse League continues sponsorship streak with AT&T deal.
The pact with AT&T will give the company the rights to the NLL MVP Award. The deal comes only weeks after the league struck a gambling partnership with MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings. Other deals include a renewed agreement with Team 22, the manufacturer of sporting apparel company Under Armour.
Deputy Commissioner Jessica Berman talks about the future of sports gambling.
Boston University men’s lacrosse head coach Ryan Polley discusses his team’s scrimmage at Stony Brook and looks ahead to Saturday’s season opener against Providence.
Coach Polley talked about this past weekend's scrimmage at Stony Brook and looked ahead to our season opener against Providence in this week's interview https://t.co/L3626Pokz6 pic.twitter.com/Ht13uV74Jg— BU Men's Lacrosse (@TerrierMLAX) January 27, 2020
Charlotte North’s got the internet going nuts.
“I just wanted to get it out there,” Paul Carcaterra said. “I didn’t think it would go as viral as it has.” It is the five-second clip Carcaterra tweeted on Tuesday of Boston College junior attacker Charlotte North of Dallas, Texas. It’s more spellbinding than a Luka Doncic assist or an Ezekiel Elliot touchdown run. It’s the type of highlight you have to watch more than once to fully appreciate.
Chris & I released our preseason Top 20 for the Inside Lacrosse Media Poll.
I believe in transparency.— Chris Jastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) January 27, 2020
That being said, here is my preseason top 20 for the @Inside_Lacrosse poll.
Just missed: Loyola, Princeton, Rutgers, Richmond, Delaware. pic.twitter.com/uLI7b5jUNu
Here’s my preseason Top 20 ballot for @Inside_Lacrosse's Men's Division I Media Poll. pic.twitter.com/So6AZQAbLO— Eri_Barrister (@Eri_Barrister) January 28, 2020
Penn State men’s lacrosse determined to remain unaffected by increased expectations.
Much like the final stretch of the 2019 season, Penn State finds itself in relatively unfamiliar territory to start the new year. Sure, the Nittany Lions have had expectations before. They were the 11th-ranked team in the Nike/US Lacrosse Magazine 2019 preseason rankings before working their way up to the top spot in every poll by midseason.
Games begin in less than a week. Let’s gooo!
Coach Crane dialing in the defense for our home opener on February 4th.— Ohio State Men's LAX (@OhioStateMLAX) January 27, 2020
More ℹ️: https://t.co/KaiSZFvTeP#GoBucks | #Compete pic.twitter.com/X3YUhNPBst
Just getting started #Unfurl pic.twitter.com/mc2HPlUAdd— Bonnies Men’s Lacrosse (@BonniesMLAX) January 27, 2020
It's game week! #goutes #SaltLaxCity pic.twitter.com/A2m04jCv7c— UtahLacrosse (@UtahLacrosse) January 27, 2020
From the Times Union: UAlbany lacrosse star in favor of new athlete-pay rules.
The NCAA is in serious discussions to allow college athletes to profit off their name or likeness. That would be a welcome development, according to University at Albany men’s lacrosse star Tehoka Nanticoke, who had to sit out a game last season because of concerns over his amateur status.
College Crosse Fall Ball Matrices
Check out our still in progress 2020 men’s lacrosse preseason matrix as well as our still in progress 2020 women’s lacrosse preseason matrix.
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
Philadelphia skyline glowing purple for Kobe Bryant
Philadelphia is lighting its skyline purple in honor of Kobe Bryant ... The Ben Franklin Bridge, Wells Fargo Center, Boat House Row and the skyline were all glowing purple for Kobe on Monday night,
#Philadelphia is glowing purple for Kobe Bryant. #KobeRIP pic.twitter.com/q6373bA9hk— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) January 27, 2020
For Kobe. pic.twitter.com/psHQAdlQZi— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) January 28, 2020
Well that’s terrifying: Analyst claims China’s coronavirus victims “probably 10 times” higher than reported.
Raymond James health care policy analyst Chris Meekins said he suspects official Chinese statistics on coronavirus infections is “really a fraction” of those who actually have contracted the disease — in part because of the country’s established history of underreporting its public health crises.
Your GIF/Video for January 28, 2020
CROSSING GUARD DOG: This very considerate stray pup has become an internet sensation after it helped a group of schoolchildren get across a busy street in Eastern Europe. https://t.co/2sSmf09ZLj pic.twitter.com/GxNuijSWmE— ABC News (@ABC) January 21, 2020
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