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College Crosse Game Day For February 15, 2020: How To Watch Penn vs. Maryland, Army vs. Rutgers, Johns Hopkins vs. Loyola, Crossecast Week 2 Preview, & Attachments

THIRTY-FOUR games today!

Faces of American Presidents, South Dakota

Yesterday was for lovers, but today is for lacrosse fans. Indeed, we have a packed schedule this Saturday with 34 games on the docket on this Presidents’ Day Weekend. So get some breakfast and then get comfortable on the couch because we got a long day ahead of us.

Directly below is the Big Board for February 15, 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. As always, all times Eastern Standard Time.

College Crosse Game Day Big Board For February 15, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
11:00 AM Michigan Hofstra LSN Live Stats
12:00 PM Rutgers Army West Point Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Sacred Heart Bucknell Live Stats
12:00 PM NJIT Delaware YouTube Live Stats
12:00 PM Drexel High Point ESPN+ Live Stats
12:00 PM VMI Manhattan Live Stats
12:00 PM Furman Navy Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Lafayette North Carolina ACCN Live Stats
12:00 PM Saint Joseph's Penn State BTN+ Live Stats
12:00 PM Mount St. Mary's Towson Towson TV Live Stats
12:00 PM Quinnipiac Brown Live Stats
1:00 PM Penn Maryland BTN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM Cornell Albany ESPN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM St. Bonaventure Bellarmine GLVC Sports Network Live Stats
1:00 PM Stony Brook Fairfield LSN Live Stats
1:00 PM Siena Hobart HWS All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM Wagner LIU NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Jacksonville Marquette Golden Eagles All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM Dartmouth Merrimack NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Cleveland State Notre Dame ACCNX Live Stats
1:00 PM UMass Ohio State BTN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM Monmouth Princeton ESPN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM Bryant Providence Friars All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM Hartford St. John's ESPN3 Live Stats
1:00 PM Boston University UMass Lowell UMass Lowell TV Live Stats
1:00 PM Yale Villanova Nova Nation All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM Lehigh Virginia ACCNX Live Stats
1:05 PM Vermont Holy Cross Live Stats
2:00 PM Duke Denver Pioneers All-Access Live Stats
2:00 PM Air Force Utah PAC-12 Live Live Stats
2:00 PM Binghamton Syracuse ACCN Live Stats
3:30 PM Robert Morris Canisius Live Stats
3:30 PM Johns Hopkins Loyola Patriot League Network Live Stats
3:30 PM Georgetown UMBC UMBC TV Live Stats

Collge Crossecast Week 2 Preview & Ivy League Preview

Check out our Crossecast Ivy League Conference Preview that Ryan & Jake taped earlier this week. Additionally, check out our Crossecast Week 2 Preview with Ryan, Jake, Adam & myself that we taped on Thursday night.


Richmond held on last night for their first win of the year with a 13-11 victory over Marist. Here is the box score for the game and here is Richmond’s recap of the game.

The 19th-ranked University of Richmond men’s lacrosse team used a strong fourth quarter to notch its first win of the 2020 season on a cold Friday night at Robins Stadium as the Spiders defeated the defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion Marist Red Foxes 13-11. The Spiders out-scored Marist 5-2 in the fourth quarter, including four-straight in the opening 4:25 of the period to break open the tied contest.

Another excellent post by the great Ed Lee of the Baltimore Sun: A suspension pushed Towson’s Jon Mazza away from lacrosse. His family, teammates and coaches brought him back.

Just seconds after scoring a goal with 1:12 left in the second quarter of Saturday’s 15-7 loss to then-No. 13 Johns Hopkins, Towson men’s lacrosse attackman Jon Mazza turned and began to point and shout toward a section of the stands adjacent to Homewood Field.

Late Oregon men’s lacrosse head coach Charlie Jackson was honored during halftime of the Oregon-UCLA women’s basketball game.

Check out Anonymous Eagle’s preview post of today’s Marquette vs. Jacksonville game.

And now, for a fun game I like to call “It’s Only Two Games, BUT.....” And yes, I’m stealing this from JE Skeets and the guys at No Dunks. It’s Only Two Games, BUT..... I think two games is about time that we start to take a look at what kind of changes we’re seeing with Marquette Golden Eagles men’s lacrosse under Andrew Stimmel.

From Bill Wagner of the Capital Gazette: Richie Meade returns to Annapolis for first time since being ousted as Navy men’s lacrosse coach.

Richie Meade spent 17 seasons stalking the sidelines at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. On Saturday, Meade will be treading the turf of Jack Stephens Field once again — an occurrence no one would ever have envisioned nine years ago.

SAD!!: Trussville City School system denies Lacrosse parents’ request for use of football stadium.

The Trussville City School Board of Education responded to a request by the Trussville lacrosse teams after a years-long effort by the teams to use Husky Field for their home games. According to a letter from the BOE president Kathy Brown, dated Feb. 6, 2020, the BOE will not approve the boys or girls lacrosse team to use the stadium.

Canisius is going to look mighty fresh today versus Robert Morris.

The Utes are back at it this afternoon: Utah Lacrosse looks to bounce back against Air Force.

Utah will no doubt be looking to bounce back with a win this week against Air Force. The Falcons are also coming off a loss this last weekend. They were beaten by the University of Denver 13-7. Denver was ranked No. 9 going into the game, and they exerted their dominance, especially late in the competition.

Episode 2 of the Buckeye Lacrosse Podcast with OSU head coach Nick Myers dropped earlier this week.

Penn State looks to keep the good times rolling versus St. Joe’s today.

Penn State returns home to play St. Joe’s after back-to-back dominant victories to start the season. The Nittany Lions have caught fire early, outscoring their opponents 35-19 through two games. Grant Ament leads the Big Ten with 18 points including a conference-leading 11 assists. He became Penn State’s all-time points leader during the second game of the season.

This should get all you Syracuse fans pumped for today’s Binghamton game.

US Lacrosse with a nice article on Army’s defense.

Joe Alberici won’t ascribe Army’s early defensive success in its first season without defenseman Johnny Surdick and goalie AJ Barretto as a mere continuation of the unit’s perennial strength. The identity, though, certainly doesn’t hurt.

Thanks for stopping before all the action begins. Games start in a few hours. Try to pace yourself this afternoon.