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"2021 has a chance to be the greatest season in the history of the sport."@AnishESPN gives lacrosse fans some optimism on Overtime with @paulcarcaterra.— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 18, 2020
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Coach Myers and Dominique Alexander discuss the events of last week, which included the Big Ten’s announcement that all remaining winter and spring sports competitions would be cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pair touch on a number of related topics, including the leadership shown by Ohio State’s administration. Prior to that news, the Buckeyes picked up a 13-11 win over Notre Dame at home last Tuesday. Coach Myers details that win along with his thoughts about this year’s 10-person senior class.
It is with deep sadness that we let you know that one of our grads, Jack Toomb ’15, passed away suddenly Monday night, as a result of what appears as natural causes. Jack was one of the captains of Trinity House and played lacrosse. After Moeller, he attended Robert Morris, where he also played lacrosse. Most recently Jack has been active at Moeller as an assistant lacrosse coach.
We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our alumni, Jack Toomb -Class of 2019.— RMU Lacrosse (@RMUMLacrosse) March 17, 2020
Please keep his family in your prayers as they go through these difficult times.
The visitation will be Saturday 11:30am-2:30pm at Mueller Funeral Home in Mason, Ohio. pic.twitter.com/adbgWcEk4q
My heart is broken. My relationship with Jack started in the summer 2013 and instantly knew how special of a kid he was. That relationship brought me to Moeller as well, so I’m for ever in debt to Jack, Laura and Rob Toomb. He was every bit of A Man of Moeller! Stay Gold Jack! pic.twitter.com/ypB5d2dGjl— Sean McGinnis (@LaxCoach_SMcG) March 17, 2020
Forever in our heart #9 Moeller Lacrosse Brotherhood for ever! Stay Gold Jack! pic.twitter.com/gHvFUYU0s5— Moeller Lacrosse (@Moeller_Lax) March 18, 2020
Penn State men’s lacrosse coach Jeff Tambroni and Nittany Lions baseball coach Rob Cooper joined the media via conference call Tuesday afternoon to discuss the challenges, hopes and realities of working through a global pandemic. Especially after the Big Ten canceled their respective seasons. Here’s what they said ...
Aidan Olmstead continues to shine, but that shine will have to wait another season. Olmstead, a junior attacker on the Loyola (Md.) men’s lacrosse team, leads the Greyhounds in points this year with 22 (11 goals, 11 assists). The 14th ranked team in the country, unfortunately, received the same fate as all NCAA programs with the coronavirus outbreak.
Emily Hawryschuk remembers sitting in the crowd at Villanova, then at Towson, then in Chester, Pa., year after year in the mid-2010s, as the seconds ticked off and another Syracuse women’s lacrosse team fell just short.
It has been about a week since the abrupt end of the college sports season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Three seniors on the College Of New Jersey women’s lacrosse team say that they never expected things to end this way.
The sports world has been crippled by the coronavirus pandemic over the past few weeks. Major sports leagues have shut down, summer soccer tournaments have been postponed to 2021, and the NCAA has closed up shop for the remainder of the semester.
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After an SUV struck a bicyclist in Neptune last week, more than a dozen bystanders helped police lift the vehicle enough so he could be freed
So why, oh why, did Brady choose to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? That’s what happened. Can you believe it? The Bucs’ four-decade search for a franchise quarterback has led them to Brady, the greatest of all time. Brady chose to play for Bruce Arians over Belichick and pass to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin over Julian Edelman. And, yes, he chose the Glazer family over Kraft.
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