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College Crosse Prospectus - March 9, 2020: How To Watch Mercer vs. Cleveland St. & Weekend Scorecard For Week 5

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for March 9, 2020.

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Only one game today, as Cleveland St. takes on Mercer in a neutral site match-up at 3:00 PM (ET) this afternoon. I could not find a link for a stream for the game, but you can find the Live Stats for today’s contest here. Mercer’s star attackman Sean Goldsmith has been sensation this year. The Bears sophomore leads the country in goals per game, is sixth in the country in points per game, and he’s a big reason why Mercer is off to a 5-1 start.

You can find all of the box scores and highlights from this weekend here in our Weekend Scorecard for Week 5. For your convenience, you can find the table with team links, box scores, & recaps directly below.

Weekend Scorecard For Week 5

Date Road Team Home Team Box Score Winning Team Recap
Date Road Team Home Team Box Score Winning Team Recap
3/6 Saint Joseph's Drexel St. Joe's 10 vs. Drexel 9 St. Joe's
3/6 Bellarmine Cleveland State Cleveland St. 9 vs. Bellarmine 8 Cleveland St.
3/6 North Carolina Furman North Carolina 18 vs. Furman 11 North Carolina
3/6 Hampton Jacksonville Jacksonville 18 vs. Hampton 1 Jacksonville
3/6 Villanova Penn Villanova 12 vs. Penn 10 Villanova
Date Road Team Home Team Box Score Winning Team Recap
3/7 Stony Brook Bryant Bryant 15 vs. Stony Brook 11 Bryant
3/7 Army West Point Lafayette Army 16 vs. Lafayette Army
3/7 Robert Morris Marquette Robert Morris 11 vs. Marquette 10 Robert Morris
3/7 Mercer Monmouth Mercer 10 vs. Monmouth 7 Mercer
3/7 Colgate Navy Navy 16 vs. Colgate 14 Navy
3/7 Manhattan NJIT Manhattan 8 vs. NJIT 7 Manhattan
3/7 Hofstra Ohio State Ohio State 12 vs. Hofstra 10 Ohio State
3/7 Providence Sacred Heart Providence 14 vs. Sacred Heart 8 Providence
3/7 Georgetown Towson Georgetown 16 vs. Towson 6 Georgetown
3/7 High Point UMBC UMBC 19 vs. High Point 13 UMBC
3/7 Richmond VMI Richmond 17 vs. VMI 4 Richmond
3/7 Hartford Wagner Hartford 18 vs. Wagner 9 Hartford
3/7 Bucknell Boston University Postponed
3/7 Binghamton Hobart Hobart 16 vs. Binghamton 9 Hobart
3/7 Syracuse Johns Hopkins Syracuse 15 vs. Johns Hopkins 9 Syracuse
3/7 Holy Cross Lehigh Lehigh 15 vs. Holy Cross 10 Lehigh
3/7 Duke Loyola Duke 13 vs. Loyola 10 Duke
3/7 Delaware Marist Delaware 15 vs. Marist 14 Delaware
3/7 Albany Maryland Maryland 14 vs. Albany 13 Maryland
3/7 UMass Lowell Merrimack UMass Lowell 8 vs. Merrimack UMass Lowell
3/7 Rutgers Princeton Princeton 16 vs. Rutgers 11 Princeton
3/7 Siena St. John's St. John's 16 vs. Siena 9 St. John's
3/7 Dartmouth Vermont Vermont 9 vs. Dartmouth 8 Vermont
3/7 Quinnipiac LIU LIU 13 vs. Quinnipiac 9 LIU
3/7 Denver Notre Dame Denver 14 vs. Notre Dame 11 Denver
3/7 Fairfield Harvard Harvard 15 vs. Fairfield 12 Harvard
3/7 Utah Mount St. Mary's Mount St. Mary's 11 vs. Utah 10 (OT) Mount St. Mary's
3/7 Yale Michigan Yale 17 vs. Michigan 11 Yale
Date Road Team Home Team Box Score Winning Team Recap
3/8 Virginia Brown Brown 14 vs. Virginia 13 Brown
3/8 Drexel Villanova Drexel 15 vs. Villanova 12 Drexel
3/8 Canisius Air Force Air Force 15 vs. Canisius 11 Air Force
3/8 Penn Saint Joseph's Penn 13 vs. St. Joe's 12 Penn
3/8 Cornell Penn State Cornell 18 vs. Penn State 17 Cornell

From PSU’s Daily Collegian: No. 2 Penn State men’s lacrosse’s miraculous comeback spoiled by two late goals.

Penn State didn’t make it easy on itself. The Nittany Lions battled in a game of runs for the second weekend in a row. It worked against Penn. It didn’t work against Cornell.

KOAA 5 did a segment on Air Force’s win over Canisius.

From The Cornell Daily Sun: Marine sniper turned Cornell men’s lacrosse faceoff specialist, Hunter Hughes, recounts journey.

Today, Hunter Hughes is a senior faceoff specialist for No. 7 men’s lacrosse — but not too long ago, he was a sniper in the United States Marine Corps. The 29-year-old, who walked onto the men’s lacrosse team his junior year, faced a long journey before he found himself taking face-offs for the Red.

From the Hofstra Chronicle: Hofstra comeback falls just short against Ohio State.

Even with seven different players scoring, including three in double digits, the Hofstra men’s lacrosse team came up just short in their loss #18 Ohio State Buckeyes (OSU) on Saturday March 7 at Ohio Stadium.

12 WPRI did a segment on Brown’s big upset over Virginia yesterday.

College Crosse Fall Ball Matrices

Check out our still in progress 2020 men’s lacrosse preseason matrix as well as our still in progress 2020 women’s lacrosse preseason matrix.

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What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?

PhillyMag.com ranked Wawa sandwiches and while I don’t agree with their picks, I respect the effort.

As we’ve done before with Rita’s water ice flavors and Herr’s potato chips, we are ranking Wawa hoagies. As a public service, of course. And also because we just like picking fights over stuff. So here we go …

World/National News

Talk about turning water into wine: A malfunction causes red wine to flow from faucets in an Italian town.

Who wouldn’t love it if red wine started flowing from their kitchen sink? For a few hours Wednesday, residents of the northern Italian town of Castelvetro realized they could have their Lambrusco not just from bottles — but also from their faucets and shower heads.

Your GIF/Video for March 9, 2020

Every time I see people complain about Daylight Saving Time, I think of Jonah from “Veep” and his campaign to get rid of it.

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