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TD Ierlan has already transferred once, leaving Albany after his sophomore campaign for Yale, a school at which he’s participated in an NCAA championship game and set countless NCAA records. Transferring a second time doesn’t seem feasible for the all-time faceoff great. “I think two schools is a good limit for me,” Ierlan said on Friday. “I’d pass on a third school. That’s a little bit too much.”
All-American defender Nick Mellen is hanging up his Syracuse lacrosse jersey. The fifth-year senior announced in an Instagram post that he will not be seeking the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA to spring sport athletes whose season were cut short by the coronavirus.
Tremendous player. Tremendous career. pic.twitter.com/nboHiZrmVz— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) April 14, 2020
.@CuseMLAX defenseman Nick Mellen won’t be returning for a 6th year. He missed all of 2017 with an injury and only played in this year’s season opener against Colgate before suffering another injury. pic.twitter.com/w4wS9ctZSN— Chris Jastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) April 13, 2020
Your opportunity will come. For three years I heard that from my teammates, just waiting for the chance to show that I’ve been learning every day, making the most of my limited reps, and turning extra work sessions into my own practices.
Former @YaleLacrosse LSM and @ILPreps' No. 6 freshman BJ Burlace tells me that he'll be transferring to in-state @TerpsMLax for next season. Story coming later on @Inside_Lacrosse: https://t.co/yzn3mYHy5a— Ty Xanders (@tyxanders) April 13, 2020
The spring sports season may not be played this year, but that isn’t keeping four of Monsignor Farrell’s senior lacrosse players from getting out into the field. Andrew DiCostanzo, Mel Maurice, Nick Mule, and Anthony Polio, along with Holy Name Society President Matthew Bilotto, traded in their lacrosse gloves for a pair of the latex variety while helping distribute food to those in need.
VOTE: The best of SU Men's Lacrosse face off in this week's bracket-style poll. Place your votes every round this week starting at 6 p.m. The winner will be announced on Friday's 6 p.m. sportscast. #LocalSYR #SYR #NC9Sports https://t.co/wTWRd36Qk0— NewsChannel 9 (@NewsChannel9) April 13, 2020
Another senior member of Penn State’s defense will be back in 2021. Defenseman TJ Connellan announced his intent to return to the program on Monday in a statement ... He joins a returning senior class of attackman Mac O’Keefe, defenseman Nick Cardile, faceoff specialist Gerard Arceri and goalie Colby Kneese.
The grind never stops.
Monday Motivation... When you need to get your reps in at home, Rob D (‘20) took it upon himself to build his own wall!!Nice work Rob! pic.twitter.com/8otkteD2KW— Agawam Lacrosse (@BrownTownLax) April 13, 2020
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Intensive care unit nurses at Hunterdon Medical Center show off their Yankees fandom while battling the coronavirus. This picture went viral on Twitter, catching the attention of Gary Sanchez, Gleyber Torres and the official Yankees account.
As colleges close their doors and move classes online to curtail the spread of coronavirus, students across the country have raised concerns that they are still paying high tuition prices for what is now an online education ... Now, students at two colleges, Drexel University and the University of Miami, have filed two class-action lawsuits in South Carolina federal court under the representation of South Carolina-based Anastopoulo Law Firm, against their schools in hopes of receiving some kind of reimbursement.
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