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College Crosse Game Day For March 10, 2020: How To Watch Ohio State v. Notre Dame, Duke v. Jacksonville, UMass v. LIU, New Crossecast, & Attachments

Eight games on the docket today.

Eastern Michigan v Ohio State Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

We have eight games today for your viewing pleasure, with two match-ups on TV, as Ohio State takes on Notre Dame on the Big Ten Network and Jacksonville battles Duke on ESPNU. Directly below is the Big Board for today. 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 the game. Additionally, clicking the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats for game. All times Eastern Standard.

College Crosse Big Board For March 10, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
11:00 AM Bryant North Carolina ACCNX Live Stats
2:00 PM LIU UMass UMass Sports Network Live Stats
2:30 PM Fairfield Siena Twitter Live Stats
3:00 PM Hofstra St. John's ESPN3 Live Stats
5:00 PM Notre Dame Ohio State BTN Live Stats
6:00 PM Jacksonville Duke ESPNU Live Stats
6:00 PM Mount St. Mary's Johns Hopkins ESPN3 Live Stats
7:00 PM Penn State Furman SoCon Digital Network Live Stats

Crossecast Week 5 Review

Jake, Ryan, & I taped our lastest Crossecast on Sunday night.

We know you’re pretty tired today. Whether that’s because of daylight savings time or because of Sunday’s lacrosse games is for you to answer. But regardless, we’ve got COLLEGE CROSSECAST on deck for you to listen to so you can look back at the weekend that was in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse. I’m joined by Safe and Jake as we go over what was a bit of a frantic Sunday slate of games, highlighted by whatever offensive magic was going on between Cornell and Penn State.

Attachments

From The Cornell Daily Sun: Hail Mary goal with eight seconds on the clock lifts men’s lacrosse to victory over Penn State.

After last week’s narrow escape against No. 19 Ohio State, then-No.5 Cornell met then-No.2 Penn State in North Carolina for the annual The Crown Lacrosse Classic. At last year’s tournament, the Nittany Lions comfortably handled the Red 19-13. This year, the game saw both teams go on dominant offensive runs which made way for a nail-biting final quarter.

Quint Kessenich joins Nestor of WNST.net to discuss lacrosse.

Princeton will move to virtual instruction beginning Monday, March 23 due to coronavirus. Athletics will also be impacted.

On campus events are strongly discouraged and should be postponed as possible. Hosted events that involve more than 100 people or use more than one-third of their venue’s capacity must be postponed or canceled. This includes events sponsored by the University, schools, departments or units, as well as student-sponsored events. Event organizers should use remote technology whenever possible.

Bryant’s focused on the Tar Heels today.

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: Defeat the undefeated.

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Columbia head women’s lacrosse coach Andrea Cofrin resigns halfway through season.

After five years with the team, head lacrosse coach Andrea Cofrin announced her resignation from the program this Monday, effective immediately. The Lions still have nine games left in their season. Administrators could not immediately be reached regarding the reasons behind her resignation. Multiple team members declined to comment on the subject.

From The Daily Tar Heel: Tanner Cook’s five-goal third quarter lifts UNC lacrosse over Furman, 18-11.

The No. 4 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team remained perfect with an 18-11 victory over Furman in Greenville, S.C. on Friday. Senior Tanner Cook jumpstarted the Tar Heel offense with five straight goals in the third quarter to propel UNC to the win.