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The TSSAA has put sanctioning high school lacrosse on hold. The state high school athletics organization’s Legislative Council voted 9-3 to postpone starting the sport indefinitely. The Council previously voted to sanction the sport starting with the first year of the next classification cycle, which is the 2021-22 school year.
It’s times like these that bring you closer to the people you care about most. Happy to capture these moments and keep them forever. New Villanova Lacrosse 2020 Tribute video is live. Link in bio. #GoCats #NovaLacrosse pic.twitter.com/8TtWQphn83— Stelios Kroudis (@stelioskroudis) March 19, 2020
Major-college athletics directors are planning on the NCAA not being able to cover all of the revenue it will lose because of the cancellation of the Division I men’s basketball tournament due to the coronavirus outbreak, six ADs and college sports administrators have told USA TODAY.
SVP: We were doing the Thursday show last week and it was one interview after another about everything was canceled. It was a bummer and everything sucked and it was just really grim. After our show was done, I said ‘We gotta do something to be a light here, something that’s positive.’ At that point I was just thinking about smaller schools. I was thinking about Ivy lacrosse — they’ve got three top-five teams, I think.
Stopped only by circumstance and not an opponent.— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) March 17, 2020
Forever unbeaten. Forever #1. pic.twitter.com/3X1HQljhKj
The Princeton women’s basketball team finished 17th in the final coaches’ poll and 22nd in the final media poll. Does this confirm that coaches are much smarter than media members?
Back in 1998, as the Princeton men’s basketball team was climbing up the national rankings, TigerBlog would write each week on where the Tigers were in each poll and would have the heading “what do the coaches know” or “what do the media know” depending on where they were higher.
Jeff Teat can’t get a break.
On his first drive to the goal, the Cornell senior attackman gets slammed to the turf at Towson’s Johnny Unitas Stadium. He endures more slashes, pushes and double teams in one quarter than most players could bear in a season. Even when he does find a sliver of space, his shot clangs off the left pipe.
I am calling The People to action!— Marc Zolchonock (@CoachZolchonock) March 19, 2020
If this tweet gets 2500 likes@Coach_Skelly7 from @SHUmenslax will perform a dance on Tic-Tok
2500 likes is a tall order but The People have the power.
Smash the Like button, RT to spread it to the masses!
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, The Brown and White spoke with various in-season student-athletes who had their 2020 season abruptly ended by the Patriot League suspending spring sports on March 12.
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced late Thursday afternoon that all “non-life sustaining businesses” in the state must close their brick-and-mortar stores by 8 p.m. The long list notably includes residential and nonresidential building construction, as well as laundry services.
Tourists may have cleared the streets of Italy amid the coronavirus lockdown — but dolphins and other wildlife are now emerging in the country’s much-clearer-looking waterways.
Italy's lockdown due to #COVID19 is not only keeping people safe, but it's giving the outdoors — which is typically flooded with tourists — a chance to recharge Take a look at the dolphins swimming through a port:— Breakfast Television Toronto (@BTtoronto) March 19, 2020
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