GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! The holiday break’s over and we’re back to our normal Prospectus schedule. Here’s everything you need to know for January 6, 2020.
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The Brown Bears are the 67th team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the sixth team from the Ivy League. Brown finished 7-9 overall in 2019 and 3-3 in Ivy League play. The Bears lost to Penn in the Ivy League semifinals.
The Duke Blue Devils are the 68th team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the fourth team from the ACC. Duke finished 13-5 overall in 2019 and 2-2 in ACC play. The Blue Devils lost to Notre Dame in the ACC semifinals, but defeated Richmond and the Fighting Irish again in the NCAA Tournament before falling to Virginia in the national semifinals.
When Shogo Oshima started playing lacrosse as a goalie at the University of Tokyo, he would watch videos of American shooters like Will Manny and envision making saves against them.
Saturday at Spring Premiere, the @usamlax Senior team mentored over 100 local youth players in San Antonio.— US Lacrosse (@USLacrosse) January 6, 2020
Thanks to everyone that came out. We are so grateful to be able to give back to the game. pic.twitter.com/331eY2HMnC
Sometimes, the questions at Mike’s Mailbox are easy to answer. Sometimes they’re difficult and require a lot of time and research.
It's officially lacrosse season!— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) January 5, 2020
We're back this week. pic.twitter.com/o3d5Z9yUeB
As the PLL prepares for its second season, its first-ever expansion club, and seventh team overall, will be known as Waterdogs Lacrosse Club. Its slogan, “Every Game is a Revenge Game” is linked to both its crest and also its stature as the seventh team.
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The Wilson to Metcalf connection was too much for an injury-riddled Philadelphia team to overcome.
Australia’s raging bushfires are so bad that satellites thousands of miles above Earth can easily spot their flames and smoke from space.
This is not lacrosse related, but we here at the @auslaxnet just wanted to take a moment to say a massive thanks to our amazing firefighters who are doing it tough at the minute fighting the countless fires currently burning around our great country.— Australian Lacrosse Network (@auslaxnet) January 5, 2020
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