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College Crosse Game Day For February 22, 2020: How To Watch Penn St. vs. Yale, Johns Hopkins vs. North Carolina, Virginia vs. Princeton, Crossecast Week 3 Preview, & Attachments

We’re back at it with another full weekend of games.

Flags at Half-Staff With the Statue of Liberty Photo by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images

It’s another packed Saturday in college lacrosse with 30 games on the docket today. We had 31 games scheduled for this afternoon, however, the Maryland vs. Navy game was postponed due to a Norovirus outbreak among the Navy men’s lacrosse team. We hope everyone at Annapolis has a speedy recovery.

Directly below is the Big Board for February 22, 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, game times below are all Eastern Standard.

College Crosse Game Day Big Board For February 22, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
11:00 AM Canisius Hartford America East TV Live Stats
11:00 AM Delaware Monmouth Live Stats
12:00 PM Boston University Bellarmine GLVS Sports Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Lafayette Binghamton America East TV Live Stats
12:00 PM Ohio State Bucknell Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Bryant Dartmouth ESPN+ Live Stats
12:00 PM Marquette Detroit Mercy Live Stats
12:00 PM Fairfield Georgetown HoyaVision Live Stats
12:00 PM Rutgers Loyola Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Navy Maryland Postponed
12:00 PM Hampton Mercer Live Stats
12:00 PM Merrimack Michigan BTN+ Live Stats
12:00 PM UMBC Mount St. Mary's NEC Front Row Live Stats
12:00 PM Lehigh NJIT NEC Front Row Live Stats
12:00 PM Yale Penn State Big Ten Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Brown Stony Brook America East TV Live Stats
12:00 PM Quinnipiac Vermont America East TV Live Stats
12:00 PM Princeton Virginia ACCN Live Stats
12:00 PM Manhattan Wagner NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Cleveland State Air Force Live Stats
1:00 PM Drexel Albany ESPN3 Live Stats
1:00 PM Colgate Hobart Hobart All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM North Carolina Johns Hopkins ESPN3 Live Stats
1:00 PM St. John's LIU NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Providence Saint Joseph's NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Harvard UMass UMass Sports Network Live Stats
2:00 PM Penn Duke Live Stats
2:00 PM Villanova Hofstra LSN Live Stats
2:00 PM Furman Utah Pac-12 Network Live Stats
3:00 PM UMass Lowell Siena Live Stats
3:30 PM St. Bonaventure Denver Pioneers All-Access Live Stats

Collge Crossecast Week 3 Preview

Ryan, Adam, & I reviewed all the craziness from Tuesday night and then talked about some of the biggest games this weekend in our CROSSECAST Week 3 Preview that we taped on Thursday night.

Lacrosse season must be in full swing because we had a Tuesday where things went nuts and a full Saturday of games we want to see. That must also mean COLLEGE CROSSECAST is pumping episodes out, and that of course is the case here.

On this edition I’m joined by the two Hopkins homers in Safe and Adam as we look back on Villanova putting an end to Maryland’s comeback magic, Marist’s shock of Army, and another big performance out of Princeton’s Michael Sowers. Then we look ahead to this weekend, with Yale-Penn State getting top billing and loads of action to go along with it, including Penn-Duke, Princeton-Virginia, and North Carolina-Johns Hopkins.


Cornell took it to Towson last night beating the Tigers 17-10. Here is the box score of the game and here is Cornell recap of last night’s contest.

The #12 Cornell men’s lacrosse team was once again firing on all cylinders, and led by junior John Piatelli’s and freshman Michael Long’s four goals apiece, the Big Red offense fueled the squad to a 17-10 victory over Towson on Friday afternoon at Johnny Unitas® Stadium in Baltimore. With the victory, Cornell improves to 2-0 on the season.

Rihanna + Johns Hopkins lacrosse? Jays by 20 today versus UNC.

From the Daily Progress: Virginia men’s lacrosse team still discovering its identity this season.

The Virginia men’s lacrosse team didn’t start last season looking like a national title contender. The Cavaliers opened the season with a 1-2 record before rattling off three consecutive overtime victories — starting with a win over Princeton — to improve to 4-2 and find their identity.

Utah is hoping for a bounce back win today versus Furman.

The University of Utah men’s lacrosse team is back in action this weekend, once again at home playing in Rice-Eccles Stadium against Furman University. The Utes are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the nationally-ranked Air Force Academy. The final score of the game was 8-9, with the Falcons scoring late and eventually hanging on to secure the road victory.

From Marcus Hudgins, Army lacrosse defense hit reset as Syracuse test looms.

As soon as Tuesday night’s lacrosse game against Marist ended, Sunday couldn’t come quickly enough for Army sophomore Marcus Hudgins and his defensive teammates.

Also from How Syracuse is preparing for Army without Nick Mellen.

Now Mellen is sidelined by an leg injury. Head coach John Desko reiterated on Wednesday that the redshirt senior is week-to-week, leaving redshirt junior Brett Kennedy to take the mantle as SU’s top cover man.

From the Reading Eagle: ‘A worthy rival’ | How Penn State men’s lacrosse is preparing for a top-3 showdown against Yale.

“It’s tough to treat it like any other game because of the result last year. At the same time, I do think any conversation or any thought process about retaliation or getting anything back from last year is a waste of time,” coach Jeff Tambroni said Wednesday. “It is a worthy rival. I would say that is probably the best way to put it.

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

It’s hard to say whether it was Marquette’s offense or their defense that let them down last week against Jacksonville. The game was decided when the Golden Eagles went about 22 minutes in the third and fourth quarters without a goal while allowing five straight to the Dolphins on the other end. Marquette had led 7-6 when the run started, and maybe 7 goals in a half and three minutes isn’t a lot, which would lead you to think it’s the offense’s difficulty.

From ESPN’s Chris Jastrzembski.

From Inside Lacrosse’s Tx Xanders: Penn’s Sam Handley expected to miss several weeks.

First games start in about 3 hours. I hope you can catch some of the action today.