Four games today, including a big ESPNU match-up between Cornell & Ohio State. Directly below is the Big Board for this afternoon. 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.
College Crosse Big Board For March 1, 2020
Additionally, you can find all of the scores from Friday & Saturday and highlights from yesterday here in our Weekend Scorecard post that went up this morning. For your convenience, you can find the table with team links, box scores, & recaps directly below.
Weekend Scorecard For Week 4
Collge Crossecast YouTube Show
We weren’t able to put a pod together on Thursday, but Jake & Ryan did go LIVE on YouTube on Friday night to preview the games for this weekend.
Philpott, who has been a key player in UMass’ offense this year, set a new career-high of four goals in the game. The afternoon’s effort brought his season total up to nine, tied for second on the team behind Gabe Procyk. “Billy really shot the ball well,” coach Greg Cannella said. “He got to the middle of the field a few times and finished the ball.”
Now seems like a good time to post our favorite gorilla memes so here goes pic.twitter.com/5N21mXzk9f— UMass Men's Lacrosse (@UMassMLacrosse) March 1, 2020
The Hofstra Pride and the LIU Sharks finally staged their rematch in men’s lacrosse. The previous time they met, Hofstra arrived as the Flying Dutchmen and the Sharks were the C.W. Post Pioneers.
Providence crowned 2020 Ocean State Cup Champions after their OT win over Brown yesterday.
It was party time in Providence last night. https://t.co/kxBoGH0E9B— Michael Sowers Stan Account (@College_Crosse) March 1, 2020
The Maryland Terrapins awoke a sleeping giant with their decision to call off Friday’s women’s lacrosse game with Syracuse at the Carrier Dome. An avalanche of criticism soon followed, as the Terps blamed Central New York’s snowy forecast for their sudden decision to not travel to play the Orange.
Starting strong has never been the issue for the Quakers. Racing out to a 4-2 lead early in the first period was a testament to that. Finishing strong, though, has been another story.
Games start at 12:00. I’ll see you out there.