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College Crosse Prospectus - April 13, 2020: Michael Sowers Enters Transfer Portal & New Crossecast With Grant Ament

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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 April 13, 2020.

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Michael Sowers entered the transfer portal over the weekend.

The last 24 hours for Michael Sowers have been a blur.

“I’m still trying to wrap my mind around the situation,” he told US Lacrosse Magazine in an exclusive interview Friday morning. “Everything has been moving so fast. I never thought it would come to this point.

Speculation regarding Sowers’ future location is running rampant.

Jake, Ryan, & I taped a special Crossecast episode with Penn State’s Grant Ament.

On this edition of COLLEGE CROSSECAST, we’re joined by none other than Penn State senior attackman Grant Ament. The Nittany Lion showed throughout his collegiate career that he was one of the best attackmen in the nation, being a huge catalyst in the Penn State offensive machine that put up huge numbers on the scoreboard.

In this episode we talk about a variety of topics. From his upbringing into lacrosse, his career at Penn State, his redshirt senior year being cut off short due to the Coronavirus crisis, and his ambitions in pro lacrosse, we cover a lot of ground and get some great insight from one of the sport’s brightest stars.

Everybody in the pool!

Lax moms and dads to the rescue: Page High School Lacrosse parents pull off Senior Night in 24 hours.

After the state announced there would be no more high school sports while we battle the coronavirus, Page lacrosse parents came together to pull off Senior Night.

Here’s a nice tribute video from Lafayette.

Here’s a great story out of Howard County, MD: Longtime Howard County lacrosse rivals band together for good cause.

Robbed of their spring seasons, longtime Howard County lacrosse rivals Mount Hebron and Centennial high schools found a way to renew the competition, but in the name of charity and goodwill. While the games can’t be replaced, some of the competition to rise out of the coronavirus quarantine may leave a far more enduring legacy.

The grind never stops.

From Ed Lee of the Baltimore Sun: Mount St. Mary’s lacrosse player Kate Bieraugel driven by memories of late mother and grandfather.

When Kate Bieraugel has felt she is nearing her breaking point in conditioning workouts or strength training sessions with the Mount St. Mary’s women’s lacrosse program, the junior midfielder has relied on a simple motivation. “When I get really tired or start thinking, ‘I can’t do it,’ there’s just two words in my head, and they’re ‘For Mom,’ and that has gotten me through all of my workouts,” she said.


16 year-old lacrosse player pilots PPE to Bath Community Hospital.

16-year-old is stepping off the lacrosse field and into a plane to deliver much needed Personal Protective Equipment to rural communities. Saturday, he landed at Ingalls Field Airport in one of our hometowns— Hot Springs, Virginia. TJ Kim may seem like your typical highschooler. But unlike most, he can fly.

From the Inquirer: It’s a new world for these former Villanova lacrosse players headed into nursing.

Three future nurses were playing lacrosse for Villanova, without even the possibility of a thought of how much 2020 could be different than 2019. They weren’t stars. Maybe that was a clue to their future, how these three women could be part of their team’s leadership structure, even without being major Big East goal-scorers or even starters.

Harvard’s seniors got a shout out on SportsCenter last night.

What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?

Blessed: Cinnaminson, New Jersey neighbors take Easter dinner to driveway.

Some neighbors in Cinnaminson, New Jersey had the idea to bring Easter outside to the driveway so neighbors could see more friendly faces than the ones they’ve been staring at for weeks inside.

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I can’t believe this article is fur real: Kittens crash Georgia Aquarium, get private tour.

While the Georgia Aquarium is closed to the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some furry felines got to take a private tour.

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