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Loyola took care of the Tigers and improved to 3-1 on the season thanks to their 15-6 victory over Towson last night. Here is the box score of last night’s game and here is Loyola’s recap of the win.
5:43, 3Q | @LoyolaHounds 7, Towson 5. Greyhounds ride back a clear, and Olmstead gets it to Lindley streaking to the goal.— Loyola Men's Lax (@LoyolaMLAX) February 27, 2020
@PatriotLeagueTV @Stadiumhttps://t.co/R1mu9khubH@Patriot_Gameday #gohounds pic.twitter.com/bJMxp3zFrR
Woof, that wouldn’t be great.
Navy-Maryland men’s lacrosse may not be played this season https://t.co/1tmQO9szON— Sun Lacrosse Insider (@LacrosseInsider) February 26, 2020
From the Brown & White: Lehigh adds three new faces to coaching staff.
As the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team welcomed three new coaches for the 2020 season, each coach is excited to share his respective expertise with the program. Jack Deragon and John Crawley were hired as assistant coaches, while 2019 graduate Eddie Bouhall rejoined the Mountain Hawks as director of lacrosse operations.
Caroline posted a great review of UVA’s game versus High Point.
The Cavaliers needed some late heroics, but the No. 8 Virginia men’s lacrosse team rallied for an exciting 18-15 win over the visiting High Point Panthers on Tuesday night. Fourth year Michael Kraus was fantastic with five goals and two assists, despite dealing with an illness. “First of all, what a huge effort by Michael Kraus,” head coach Lars Tiffany said after the game.
From the Daily Gazette: Defense making strides for UAlbany men’s lacrosse.
The progress has been incremental, but noticeable for the UAlbany men’s lacrosse team’s defense. The Great Danes were rocked in their season opener Feb. 15 against Cornell, allowing the Big Red to rack up 19 goals on 50 shots.
Gorillas in the mist: UMass lacrosse looking to upset No. 1 Yale at Garber Field.
The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team will be looking for a major upset at home on Saturday when it takes on No. 1 Yale. The Minutemen (2-2) are coming off an 11-9 victory on Tuesday against UMass Lowell in a game that saw Gabe Procyk and Jeff Trainor combine for eight goals. However, there is always room for improvement in the eyes of UMass coach Greg Cannella.
Day 25: The weather didn’t cooperate so we had to search for land mines (loose snow covered balls buried in the snow). The guys worked through the cold and definitely got better today! #LetsGo #RELENTLESS #GoScots pic.twitter.com/Uce0JVHyGS— WoosterMen'sLacrosse (@WoosterLacrosse) February 27, 2020
Spring practice in Northeast Ohio pic.twitter.com/hGwMGBbVd9— Rebel Lacrosse (@RebelLacrosse) February 27, 2020
If it’s not rain it’s snow! pic.twitter.com/uRjcH13nDl— Lakota East High School Lacrosse (@EastHawksLax) February 27, 2020
Nothing like some snow on WOOO Wednesday!!! Full go tomorrow. Let’s go!! #bebrave #twit #dethrone pic.twitter.com/eb0kvhjw3J— Indian Hill Lacrosse (@ihlacrosse) February 27, 2020
From The Cornell Daily Sun: As Teat and Piatelli tally career milestones, No. 10 men’s lacrosse moves to 3-0 after dominant weekend trip.
Coming off a 19-10 win in its season opener, No. 10 Cornell lacrosse continued its winning ways, earning comfortable victories over Towson, 17-10, and High Point, 21-11 last weekend. Earning personal honors, several players had standout performances across the two matchups
College Crosse Fall Ball Matrices
Check out our still in progress 2020 men’s lacrosse preseason matrix as well as our still in progress 2020 women’s lacrosse preseason matrix.
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
I might have to cop a ticket to this: Kevin Smith heading home to N.J. for benefit show and opening of new podcast theater.
Kevin Smith launched the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow tour at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park on Oct. 19. He’ll be back in New Jersey in April to open his SModcastle in Leonardo and to host a benefit show in West Long Branch.
Yikes: The growing list of world events canceled due to coronavirus.
Fear over the spread of coronavirus has already disrupted schools, cruise ships, and religious congregations. Now, it’s coming for your social and professional calendar, too.
Your GIF/Video for February 27, 2020
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