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College Crosse Game Day For February 18, 2020: How To Watch Richmond vs. Navy, Maryland vs. Villanova, Princeton vs. Colgate, & Attachments

Tuesday lacrosse is back on the menu!

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 19 USF at Navy Photo by Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

We got a nice set of 11 games for you today. Directly below is the Big Board for February 18, 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.

Collge Crossecast Week 2 Review

Jake, Ryan, & I taped the newest CROSSECAST on Sunday where we reviewed the action from Week 2.

All but one of the 75 teams in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse have started the season and that means we’ve got a lot to get to in this edition of COLLEGE CROSSECAST. Contenders are starting to appear and we’re starting to get a little bit of a better feel of how this season progresses. And looming on the horizon is a huge weekend that will answer even more questions.

Attachments

From the Daily Collegian: Penn State men’s lacrosse’s faceoff unit not worried about Yale despite shaky performance against Saint Joseph’s.

The Nittany Lions welcome No. 3 Yale, the team responsible for their only two losses in 2019, to Panzer Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 22. And what was the issue that ultimately caused the downfall of Penn State in those games? You guessed it — faceoffs.

Rest in peace: Westminster Christian School students mourn lacrosse player who died in boat crash.

Friends, family members and Westminster Christian School students and faculty are mourning a 17-year-old who died in a boat crash on Sunday afternoon off the Florida Keys. Students identified the victim as Lucas Alvarez, a varsity lacrosse team player who was set to graduate from the private school in Palmetto Bay later this year and was preparing to attend the Universal Technical Institute in Orlando.

From The Juice: 3 takeaways from Syracuse lacrosse’s 17-4 win over Binghamton.

The Orange Show Their Depth

It was a goal party on Saturday afternoon and everyone was invited. Syracuse had 12 different players score a goal against Binghamton. While no one had quite the performance that Chase Scanlon had in the season opener against Colgate (7 goals), there were four separate players with multi score games.

From the Duke Chronicle: “It’s not about what’s on the scoreboard” - Duke men’s lacrosse puts away top-10 Denver on the road.

Facing an opponent 1,600 miles from home and one mile above sea level, the Blue Devils hit the road looking to take on an opponent in both hostile and physically treacherous territory. Thanks to an early scoring explosion, Duke was able to brave the altitude and head home flying high on the heels of a top-10 win.

Onto the next one for Maryland.