The 2020 college lacrosse season is upon us and the livin’s easy! Real live games are mere hours away and we couldn’t be more excited. I know there is a big football game later this weekend, but we all know that the real action is today with thirteen games on tap to kick off the new season.
Directly below is the Big Board for February 1, 2020. Clicking on the team name will take you to that team’s homepage, while clicking on the Stream/TV cell will take you to the broadcast of that game. Additionally, clicking on the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that particular game. All times Eastern Standard Time.
College Crosse Game Day Big Board For February 1, 2019
|Time (ET)||Road Team||Home Team||TV/Stream||Live Stats|
|Time (ET)||Road Team||Home Team||TV/Stream||Live Stats|
|11:00 AM||Marquette||Cleveland State||Live Stats|
|11:00 AM||Bucknell||Furman||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||Detroit Mercy||Jacksonville||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||High Point||Maryland||BTN+||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||Florida Tech (D2)||Mercer||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||Hampton||NJIT||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||Colgate||North Carolina||ACCN||Live Stats|
|12:00 PM||Lafayette||Penn State||BTN +||Live Stats|
|1:00 PM||Providence||Boston University||Patriot League Network||Live Stats|
|1:00 PM||Holy Cross||Merrimack||NEC Front Row||Live Stats|
|1:00 PM||Quinnipiac||Rutgers||Live Stats|
|2:00 PM||Air Force||Duke||ACCN||Live Stats|
|3:00 PM||Bellarmine||Utah||Pac-12 Live||Live Stats|
Collge Crossecast Conference Preview - ACC
2019 was a return to glory for Virginia not only in the NCAA, but also the ACC. After breaking a long losing streak in the conference, the Cavs were able to get revenge on their conference mates and win the ACC Tournament championship before they went on their national title run. But now 2020 beckons and four rivals are setting out to take back their crown.
College Crosse Pick ‘Em
Our College Crosse Pick ‘Em series is back! The rules are simple: we list a handful of games, each of us picks who we believe is going to win, and then you all make fun of us for our bad picks. Adam ran away with it last year, but hope springs eternal and we all start with a clean slate in 2020.
COLLEGE CROSSE 2020 PICKEM - Week 0
|Marquette @ Cleveland State||Marquette||Marquette||Cleveland State||Cleveland State||Cleveland State|
|Detroit Mercy @ Jacksonville||Jacksonville||Jacksonville||Jacksonville||Jacksonville||Jacksonville|
|High Point @ Maryland||Maryland||Maryland||Maryland||Maryland||Maryland|
|Providence @ BU||Providence||Providence||Providence||Providence||Boston University|
|Holy Cross @ Merrimack||Merrimack||Holy Cross||Holy Cross||Merrimack||Holy Cross|
The leaves had just begun changing into the colors of fall. The October air felt brisk, but the sun added some warmth. For a couple of hours, John Geppert and his parents walked through Taughannock Falls State Park and along the creekside trail that weaves between mountains. It was a beautiful, peaceful day.
While several of the Winter sports teams are garnering a lot of well-deserved attention and praise, we’d like to take a moment to add some lacrosse coverage to your wrestling/hockey/basketball. The Nittany Lion lacrosse team, fresh off their greatest season in program history in which they earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament and reached the Final Four for the first time, will begin their season this coming Saturday, February 1st, when they host Lafayette.
Coach Tillman previewed the upcoming Terps season at Maryland’s spring sports media day.
️ @CoachTillman1 previewed the upcoming 2020 campaign this week at spring sports media day.— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) January 31, 2020
Full preview, notes and gameday info ahead of tomorrow's season
opener ➡️ https://t.co/71rQJgpjc6 pic.twitter.com/2CQVuV6j7d
Only a scrimmage for the Orange this weekend, but their digital media game is already in midseason form.
One set of scrimmages down.— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) January 31, 2020
Looking forward to a great test on Sunday before we get into the real thing. pic.twitter.com/DiGRrHNUrk
At least, that’s the impression Syracuse coach John Desko got after watching Kennedy dominate in scrimmages against Hofstra and Vermont last weekend. Kennedy, playing close defense in those games, blasted defenders, vacuumed up loose balls and even created some offense in transition. “He’s just a terror,” Desko summarized.
After dominating NCAA Division II for the past two seasons, the Merrimack College men’s lacrosse team opens a new chapter Saturday afternoon at Duane Stadium versus Holy Cross.
We're ONE day from face-off against Holy Cross in our first ever NCAA Division I game!!— Merrimack Men's Lacrosse (@MerrimackMLAX) February 1, 2020
Just one Merrimack team (men's soccer) has won an NEC Regular Season championship...we'll try to change that this spring.#GoMack pic.twitter.com/uGtUgNoI2e
Let’s get ready to rumble!!
If you want to hear Joe McSorley, Nick Ellerton and Coach Polley talk about the upcoming season - and we know you do - then check out the video pic.twitter.com/83SKURIJjk— BU Men's Lacrosse (@TerrierMLAX) February 1, 2020
Hope springs eternal and there are valid reasons to have it with this team, as Rutgers returns several key veteran players who are hoping to make this the season this a deep postseason run becomes a reality. The Scarlet Knights are led by a trio of standouts who were named among Big Ten Preseason Players To Watch in Adam Charalambides, Kieran Mullins, and Garrett Bullett.
The Tewaaraton Foundation is pleased to announce that Bill Belichick is the recipient of the 2020 Spirit of Tewaaraton award. Presented to an individual who has contributed to the sport of lacrosse in a way that reflects the spirit of the values and mission of the Tewaaraton Award, Belichick is the 14th Spirit of Tewaaraton honoree.
I miss the kid.
Games start in a little bit. I’ll see you out there. Make sure you follow us on social media!
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