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College Crosse Game Day: How To Watch UMass vs. Albany, Richmond vs. Mount St. Mary’s, New Crossecast, & Attachments

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We got seven games today and all seven are available via stream. The biggest contests involve UMass looking to avoid a letdown versus Albany after the Minutemen’s big win over Yale last Saturday and Richmond looking to snap a two-game losing streak to Mount St. Mary’s. Shout out to LIU & Fairfield for providing a little primetime action tonight as well.

Directly below is the Big Board for this afternoon. Clicking on the team name will take you to that team’s homepage, while clicking on the Stream/TV cell will take you to the broadcast of that game. Additionally, clicking on the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that particular game. All times Eastern Standard.

College Crosse Big Board For March 3, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
3:00 PM Binghamton Army West Point Patriot League Network Live Stats
3:00 PM Manhattan Hartford America East TV Live Stats
3:00 PM Albany UMass LSN Live Stats
4:00 PM Richmond Mount St. Mary's NEC Front Row Live Stats
6:00 PM Sacred Heart Stony Brook America East TV Live Stats
6:00 PM Towson UMBC America East TV Live Stats
7:00 PM LIU Fairfield Facebook Live Stats

Crossecast Week 4 Review

Check out our latest Crossecast with Ryan & Jake going over all the action from this past weekend.

Thanks for bearing with us in between episodes of COLLEGE CROSSECAST as we had some obligations to take care of last week. We still did a livestream episode on Friday night that’s still up for you to check out, by the way. But now it’s time to give you back the real deal and a brand new episode of the podcast as the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse calendar turns itself over to March.

I’m joined by Jake as we look back on a very fun weekend of college lacrosse. We give you our analysis of the big games of the weekend and start to set the stage of who’s looking like the contenders this season after a month of play.


From the PSU Daily Collegian: “We’ll see you in Philly” Childhood friends Grant Ament and Dox Aitken lead elite lacrosse programs at Penn State and Virginia.

Grant Ament tried to hide his disappointment as he walked off of Lincoln Financial Field in May. He marched back to the same locker room that has housed his favorite Philadelphia Eagles players, but he wasn’t thinking about that. He was hurting.

Syracuse is still glowing from their win over Hobart over the weekend.

Not good: Montgomery County high school lacrosse team under investigation for possible hazing.

Superintendent Barbara Russell says they started an investigation as soon as the allegations were brought to their attention. She says it’s not clear yet if hazing occurred as they’re wrapping up their investigation, but she says they’re taking it seriously.