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Season 1 | Episode 6: Defensive Coordinator Travis Crane.
Dominique Alexander is joined by assistant coach/defensive coordinator Travis Crane, who details the lacrosse journey that led him to Ohio State. He talks also talks about his defensive philosophy and describes in detail what a Sled Dog is and why they’re so important at Ohio State.
Anytime CP22 - fun bringing back some memories and hearing some new stories too. People have to tune in to hear what happened when you were in the stands when Ryan and Mike were on field winning the Natty in '04 ... https://t.co/lXLClqDFUL— Ryan Boyle (@Ryan_Boyle14) March 25, 2020
Victor grad Jamie Trimboli is another local athlete dealing with a canceled season. He helped lead the Syracuse men’s lacrosse team to a 5-0 record and a number one ranking before the NCAA canceled spring championships two weeks ago due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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OTD: In 2006, UVA and Johns Hopkins played for the Doyle Smith Cup for the first time. UVA won the game, 12-6, and won the first five games where the trophy was played for. Since the 2006 when the Doyle Smith Cup was the spoils of the regular season winner between UVA and Hopkins, UVA has won the trophy 10 times, while Hopkins has won it four times. #GoHoos
“We’re in unchartered territory, unchartered times.” That is how Penn State lacrosse head coach Jeff Tambroni described the cancellation of his team’s season due to the coronavirus pandemic during a conference call with the media last week.
Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) co-founder Paul Rabil has signed with CAA Sports for representation, Variety has learned exclusively. PLL launched in October 2018 and completed its inaugural season in 2019. Rabil, along with his brother and fellow co-founder Mike Rabil, signed an exclusive media rights deal with NBC Sports Group for PLL in late 2018.
Siena senior lacrosse player Megan Power was looking for a way to fill plenty of unexpected free time at her parents’ house in Cranford, N.J. The season had just been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Siena extended its spring break and then went to online courses, like other colleges.
We’re rooting for this guy pic.twitter.com/KzE9hgDZYS— TowsonSportsNetwork (@Towson_TSN) March 25, 2020
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Of all the shortages created by the coronavirus pandemic — the toilet paper and the hand sanitizer and the bottled water — the oddest of them all has to be dogs. Oh, and cats too.
Toilet paper can be pretty hard to find right now. Luckily, there’s a mystery man going around Colorado Springs making stealthy — and in some cases timely — deliveries.
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