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The quarantine of more than 200 people at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar has doomed plans for what was supposed to be the first professional sports event on an active Marine base.
New Tiger Lacrosse Report reviews the JHU vs. Towson game from last Saturday
"This sport changed my life." Nunavut’s legendary lacrosse team The Grizzlies was born out of hard times over 15 years ago—and is still changing lives in the community today. #higharctichaulers pic.twitter.com/l3OvQuGMjq— High Arctic Haulers on CBC (@HighArcticHaul) February 11, 2020
“In the end, Navy just seemed like the right fit,” Arline told The Capital. “When I went there on my visit, I loved the city of Annapolis and just felt very comfortable with both the football and lacrosse programs there.”
Here’s a great old school clip for all you Big Red & Orange fans.
What stood out the most about Scanlan?
“He was extremely poised. The first time he caught the ball, he didn’t panic. I was really impressed with how he doesn’t over-shoot the ball. Chase Scanlan is kind of like the modern-day Tom Marechek (another SU great).
Well it’s official. @JohnRanagan31 running me over is no longer the biggest hit on Homewood Field in the past 5 years. I feel bad for the heat this FO guy is about to get from his buddies. Good luck mate https://t.co/qHY9Q5Iv3c— Zach Herreweyers (@Herreweyers17) February 11, 2020
Professional lacrosse is returning to Fairfield County. Major League Lacrosse announced Tuesday the formation of its newest franchise, the Connecticut Hammerheads. The team will play at Fairfield University’s Raffery Stadium beginning with the 2020 season.
RIP to Oregon head coach Charlie Jackson.
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What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
The amount of money wagered in New Jersey on the Academy Awards this year fell by almost half from last year’s level. New Jersey’s licensed sports books took in $380,424 worth of bets on the Oscars this year, the state Division of Gaming Enforcement said late Monday.
If you can’t trust Papa John, who can you trust? Cheap pizza chain founder “Papa” John Schnatter revealed on a podcast Monday that he didn’t actually eat 40 pizzas in 30 days, as he’d previously claimed.
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