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In the sea of comments beneath Grant Ament’s Instagram announcement — a section riddled with goat emojis from teammates, opponents, friends and fans — one stands out. “Time to get it, 1.” That’s from Paul Rabil, co-founder of the Premier Lacrosse League that took the sport by storm last summer.
When the spring sports season ended, it ended abruptly. For the Maryland men’s lacrosse program, it season ended after a typical Thursday afternoon practice in preparation for another big game. “It was strange day,” Maryland coach John Tillman said. “We were getting ready for Virginia.”
John Carroll midfielder Katie Hormes isn’t difficult to spot on the lacrosse field, and not just because of her Division I talent. The senior is one of a scant few players in the Baltimore area, and the only one on her team, to wear headgear
Coach John Tillman said Friday that Bernhardt returned home, along with current Maryland assistant Jesse Bernhardt, and plans to discuss his situation with his family. “They’re going to talk about some things,” Tillman said. “Right now, we just don’t know if it’s an option for a fifth year and what would the circumstances be with that extra year. I’m not sure anyone can do anything right now.”
We were scheduled to play Duke in about 20 minutes. If it's anything like our recent matchups, it would have been a thriller.— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) March 22, 2020
Let's play a guessing game that we won't know the answer to. Reply with who you think would have won, how, and who is the player of the game. pic.twitter.com/y7PUoCNqUA
As was the case with many collegiate athletic programs the week of March 9, the Florida Southern College men’s lacrosse team had its schedule and travel itinerary altered thanks to an invisible and daunting opponent.
Amherst College men’s lacrosse team has been placed on probation after a racist incident took place on March 7. Amherst College President Biddy Martin sent a letter to students, faculty, and staff stating when members of its community “demean and harass entire groups and create an unwelcoming environment with their conduct, the College has an obligation to hold them to account.”
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“I promised we had a big surprise for you today,” said Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle to the camera, shielding the hit-making rock star sitting on the stoop behind her.
It wasn’t the wedding the bride and groom had planned but one Wisconsin didn’t let the Coronavirus and “social distancing” stop them from saying “I do”.
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