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College Crosse Game Day For March 7, 2020: How To Watch Syracuse vs. Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame vs. Denver, Loyola vs. Duke, Crossecast Week 5 Preview, & Attachments

Over two dozen games on the menu today!

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It’s going to be another good Saturday in college lacrosse, as we have 27 games on the docket today. It was 28 games, however, the Boston University vs. Bucknell game was postponed due to health concerns.

The Bucknell men’s lacrosse team’s game at Boston University, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 7, has been postponed. Due to a number of Terrier men’s lacrosse players being treated for illnesses, and out of an abundance of caution, Boston University, in conjunction with the Boston Public Health Commission, determined that it would be best to postpone the contest to a later date. The makeup date will be announced at a later time.

That’s not good.

Anyway, we really have a full day ahead of us, as the first batch of games start at 12:00 PM and the final game, Yale vs. Michigan in the Pacific Coast Shootout, begins at 10:00 PM tonight. To get you started you can find our Big Board for today directly below. 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 7, 2020

Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
Time (ET) Road Team Home Team TV/Stream Live Stats
12:00 PM Stony Brook Bryant NEC Front Row Live Stats
12:00 PM Army West Point Lafayette Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Robert Morris Marquette Golden Eagles All-Access Live Stats
12:00 PM Mercer Monmouth Live Stats
12:00 PM Colgate Navy Patriot League Network Live Stats
12:00 PM Manhattan NJIT NEC Front Row Live Stats
12:00 PM Hofstra Ohio State BTN+ Live Stats
12:00 PM Providence Sacred Heart NEC Front Row Live Stats
12:00 PM Georgetown Towson TigersSportsNetwork Live Stats
12:00 PM High Point UMBC America East TV Live Stats
12:00 PM Richmond VMI Live Stats
12:00 PM Hartford Wagner NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Bucknell Boston University Postponed
1:00 PM Binghamton Hobart Hobart All-Access Live Stats
1:00 PM Syracuse Johns Hopkins ESPN3 Live Stats
1:00 PM Holy Cross Lehigh Patriot League Network Live Stats
1:00 PM Duke Loyola Patriot League Network Live Stats
1:00 PM Delaware Marist Red Fox Network Live Stats
1:00 PM Albany Maryland BTN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM UMass Lowell Merrimack NEC Front Row Live Stats
1:00 PM Rutgers Princeton ESPN+ Live Stats
1:00 PM Siena St. John's ESPN3 Live Stats
1:00 PM Dartmouth Vermont America East TV Live Stats
2:00 PM Quinnipiac LIU NEC Front Row Live Stats
2:00 PM Denver Notre Dame ACCN Live Stats
3:00 PM Fairfield Harvard ESPN+ Live Stats
4:00 PM Utah Mount St. Mary's NEC Front Row Live Stats
10:00 PM Yale Michigan YouTube Live Stats

Collge Crossecast Week 5 Preview

Ryan & I previewed all the action this weekend on Thursday night in our CROSSECAST Week 5 Preview episode.

As we enter the first full March weekend of lacrosse, the contenders separate themselves from the pretenders. Players work harder to get themselves better. Add whatever other lacrosse cliches you have in mind here. Anyway, COLLEGE CROSSECAST is here to set you up for it.

On this edition we do a throwback as it’s just Safe and I, and we have plenty to preview. Whether it’s Cornell and Penn State doing battle in Charlotte for a potential #1 ranking, the pair of doubleheaders in Philadelphia, or rivalry games such as Denver-Notre Dame and of course Syracuse-Johns Hopkins, there’s a lot to chat about for the weekend.

Attachments

Here’s a great post by Jake: What We’re Talking About When We’re Talking About Women’s Lacrosse: v1.0.

Over the last several years Women’s Division I has been arguably the best entertainment product in the entire sport, with goals and fireworks galore being a prominent fixture every week. The first month of the 2020 season has continued to deliver, but this time with upsets and for lack of a better term, parity, on display like we haven’t seen in a long time.

Be careful out there, lads.

From Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician: Top ranked Syracuse men’s lacrosse kicks off road season versus rival Johns Hopkins.

Syracuse looks to improve to 5-0 as they travel to Johns Hopkins. The two winningest programs in College Lacrosse history square off Saturday as undefeated number #1 Syracuse looks to remain unbeaten against the 1-3 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays. The first road game of the Orange’s season marks the 59th meeting between the two, with the Blue Jays owning the series 30-27-1.

Anonymous Eagle put together a good preview of today’s Marquette vs. Robert Morris game.

I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is that Lacrosse Reference says that Marquette is #14 in the country in defensive efficiency this season. The bad news is that MU’s last outing, a 13-11 loss to Drexel, was their worst defensive outing of the season in terms of efficiency. The Dragons scored on 32.5% of possessions, and MU hadn’t let a team climb north of 26% in any of their first four games.

#SpringSport

Ballers in the community: Arlington lacrosse team donates relief supplies to Nashvillians.

The Arlington community rallied around the victims of the Nashville tornado. Friday the Arlington Tiger’s lacrosse team played against Metro Nashville High School. Despite the recent storm, dozens of people traveled to Nashville for the game to cheer on both teams and give donations.

From The Daily Utah Chronicle: Utah lacrosse looks to continue winning streak.

The University of Utah (3-2) lacrosse team is back in action this weekend as they hit the road to take on Mount Saint Mary’s University (2-4) in Emmitsmurg, Maryland. This is the second straight road test for the Utes as they enter this week off of a win at Jacksonville on Feb. 29 by a score of 15-11. This win brought their season record to three wins and two losses and was the second straight win for the team.

From US Lacrosse Magazine: “Leap of faith” on Logan McNaney pays off for Maryland.

Logan McNaney was completely on board with the idea of redshirting. He knew he wasn’t as productive as he could have been in the fall. And as a longtime Maryland lacrosse fan, the freshman goalie knew redshirting was something of a tradition at the position in the Terrapins’ program.

Games start at 12:00 PM. I hope you get to catch some of the action.