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Before this year, the Syracuse lacrosse team had completed its season undefeated five times: 1922, 1924, 1957, 1988 and 1990. Now the Orange can add another perfect effort to this mix, but it comes with a flaw that can’t be smoothed out. Syracuse is 5-0 ... and that will be it.
The Bullis School varsity lacrosse team treated its matchup against DeMatha on March 12 as if it was its last game. “You could tell in the locker room that there was a different type of energy,” junior midfielder Spencer Hughes said. “We all knew it wasn’t just a normal game. It was something special.”
The NCAA has not followed the initial declaration with any announcement of plans to move forward at this time, but that didn’t stop players from taking the positives from the statement. “I think it was a breath of fresh air for our guys,” Tambroni said.
Love how @jamiemunro3 +Lars Tiffany openly talk on pod MAAC+NEC+D3 players that will have 5th years. “That’s where you should be watching film!”No one even knows how this shakes out yet but to assume SRS will be so eager to jump ship is a joke. Time now is to worry about your own— Keegan Wilkinson (@Coach_Wilks) March 18, 2020
Every week during the 2019-20 academic year, VMI Athletics will release a 90 Seconds of Depth video feature to spotlight a cadet-athlete, coach or administrator. Today we take an inside look at VMI lacrosse senior Ben Rising. He talks about the great opportunity he believes that VMI presents on and off the field. He also explains the bond he has created with his teammates and learning to embrace any challenge that comes his way.
Takeaway Check of the Day Sponsored By Mercury Printing: The Back Slap pic.twitter.com/tRETFgsfs4— Ric Beardsley ® (@UncleRickyBeast) March 18, 2020
Two High Point lacrosse seniors talk about what life brings after their athletic careers were cut short by nearly two months, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The National Lacrosse League today unveiled a new logo to honor all constituencies during these challenging times. The logo contains images from all areas connected to the league and will be updated periodically as fans, players, and other interested parties send in new images.
To our fans, although we cannot celebrate our games right now, we are going to celebrate you, our players, and our sport. Thanks to all in lacrosse and beyond. Together we will keep growing! #NLL #Lacrosse pic.twitter.com/dbjOdF9FNn— NLL (@NLL) March 18, 2020
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
Philadelphia’s first plague, the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793, began on Aug. 19, when the otherwise healthy Peter Aston died suddenly from a strange fever. Within a week, 10 people a day were succumbing to the same illness. By October, it was up to 100 a day. By the end of the year, Philadelphia had lost 10% of its population, and the city’s continued existence was in doubt.
That was some tip. An anonymous couple eating at a Houston restaurant added $9,400 to their bill to help the staff after Harris County announced a mandatory closure Monday, KTRK reported.
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