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College Crosse Game Day For February 23, 2020: How To Watch Notre Dame vs. Richmond, Army vs. Syracuse, & Attachments

Half dozen games for your Sunday Funday.

Cornell v Syracuse Photo by Rich Barnes/Getty Images

We have six games today for you to enjoy during your Sunday brunch. Not all of them are on tv or will be streamed, but the two biggest games today Notre Dame vs. Richmond & Syracuse vs. Army are available on the ACC Network.

Directly below is the Big Board for February 23, 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 23, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
12:00 PM Cornell High Point Live Stats
12:00 PM Richmond Notre Dame ACCNX Live Stats
12:00 PM Jacksonville Robert Morris Live Stats
1:00 PM Army West Point Syracuse ACCNX Live Stats
3:30 PM St. Bonaventure Air Force Live Stats
6:30 PM Cleveland State Denver Pioneers All-Access Live Stats

Collge Crossecast Week 3 Review & Sunday Preview

Ryan, me, and a special guest reviewed all the action from Saturday and also previewed today’s games on a special CROSSECAST that we taped last night.

We’re halfway through a busy weekend on the NCAA Lacrosse calendar, and we’ve got plenty to talk about given the results. We knew the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse season’s already gone off the rails, but this week put the men’s game into a flux as well. The top 10’s not going to look anything like it did last week, and you’ll need some help guiding you through what happened. Have no fear, we’ve got a COLLEGE CROSSECAST episode here.

On this edition I’ve got Safe and a special guest on board to look back at a Saturday that treated the Ivy League very nicely with Yale laying a claim to #1, Penn rebounding with a top 10 win over Duke, and Princeton actually factually winning a big game.

Attachments

Here’s a nice article on Army’s Jake Morin: Auburn’s Morin making impact for Army men’s lacrosse team.

Joe Alberici remembers watching Jake Morin when Morin was a freshman on the Auburn High varsity boys lacrosse team. He recalls being at the Carrier Dome in May 2015 when the Maroons took on West Genesee for the section title, and how he was struck that Morin, despite his youth, was a starter in that championship game.

From the Daily Progress: Princeton hands the Virginia men’s lacrosse team its first loss of the season.

On Saturday, the Virginia men’s lacrosse team dealt with an experience that has been rare over the past year. A loss. The No. 2 Cavaliers suffered their first setback of the 2020 season in a 16-12 loss to Princeton at Klöckner Stadium.

Scary moment at yesterday’s Lehigh vs. NJIT game as NJIT’s Max Wilson went down during the game and had to be taken to the hospital by EMS.

Thankfully, it appears that Max is doing well, as he was released from the hospital and taken back to campus.

From Black Shoe Diaries: No. 1 Penn State Lacrosse Falls to No. 3 Yale, 12-10.

During Penn State’s historic 2019 lacrosse season that saw them reach the Final Four for the first time in school history, the team only lost twice. Both of those losses came at the hands of Yale, a team that has become the latest monkey for Jeff Tambroni’s team to try and get off their backs.

Here’s another article about yesterday’s PSU vs. Yale game: Penn State men’s lacrosse’s offensive struggles nullify stout defensive effort against Yale.

Grant Ament narrowly managed to avoid using any obscenities when he spoke to the media after Penn State’s loss to Yale. “I played like dog crap in the first half and I know that,” the redshirt senior attackman said.

From the great Ed Lee of the Baltimore Sun: A Gray day for Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse in 17-10 loss to North Carolina.

Joe Breschi, the head coach of the North Carolina men’s lacrosse program, was impressed when potential transfer Chris Gray visited Chapel Hill over the summer and thanked him for the opportunity to visit.

Congrats to Merrimack on getting their first Division I victory yesterday versus Michigan in Ann Arbor.

From the Hofstra Chronicle: Men’s lacrosse suffers first loss of season against Villanova.

The Hofstra men’s lacrosse team picked up their first loss of the season in a 10-8 contest against the Villanova University Wildcats on Saturday, Feb. 22, at James M. Shuart Stadium. The Pride end their three-game homestand with a 2-1 record to start the season.

UMass’ comeback fell just short versus Harvard yesterday.

UMass men’s lacrosse midfielder Jeff Trainor completed a rally with 8 minutes, 53 seconds left in the fourth quarter at Garber Field. Off a pass from Mike Tobin, Trainor hurtled the ball from outside the circle, slamming it into the back of the Harvard’s net to tie the game.

Better safe than sorry.

First games begin at 12:00. Hope you get to catch some of the action.