GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for April 16, 2020.
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In this episode Jake, Adam, myself, and special guest Chris Jastrzembski discussed Petro’s legacy at Hopkins, our favorite memories of him, and possible replacements. We also bantered about where we think it may have started to go wrong for coach Petro at JHU and his impact on the Hopkins and the sport as a whole. Moreover, we discussed the latest news in the transfer world and where we think some of the biggest names might land. Finally, we talked about the economic pressure that colleges and universities are under because of the COVID-19 crisis and how that might affect the 2021 season.
U were a big game goalie. Loved our time https://t.co/sCh50NXsHy— David Pietramala (@CoachPetro43) April 15, 2020
The Syracuse lacrosse team will continue to have the best one-two faceoff punch in the country next season. That was set up Wednesday night when senior Danny Varello announced he will be back in 2021.
On his Instagram, @CuseMLAX FOGO Danny Varello is coming back for a 5th year. He's the 1st SU lacrosse player to officially announce he's coming back.— Chris Jastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) April 16, 2020
The Sandbox keeps their leader. pic.twitter.com/loEiX7JB4Z
Day 31 of #LaxQuarantine
When Mike Pellegrino talked to Dave Pietramala over the weekend, everything seemed normal. Pietramala asked his former two-time captain how his preparations for the NFL Draft were going with the New England Patriots, for whom Pellegrino has worked since 2015 and is in his first year as the cornerbacks coach.
Someone created a fake Inside Lacrosse Twitter account and it fooled a lot of people. Our boy Jake spotted the fake instantaneously, though.
Come on man— College Crosse (@College_Crosse) April 15, 2020
This is a fake Inside Lacrosse account. They have 0 followers. https://t.co/vYbp6lhCzd— Lehigh Lacrosse (@LehighLacrosse) April 15, 2020
Lololololol Lehigh is not amused by how many people got duped by this https://t.co/T0jyAEkiSZ— College Crosse (@College_Crosse) April 15, 2020
Just got back from a run. Why do I have 26 voicemails and 87 text messages?— Kevin Cassese (@CoachCassese) April 15, 2020
Ohhhhh, that’s why. Thank you creator of fake IL twitter account.
Even with the college lacrosse season being cut short due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Maryland head coach John Tillman appears to still be playing chess while a majority of everyone else is still playing checkers.
You got the time?
My mom bought me this in 1986 at the world lacrosse championship in Toronto when I was 10. There was no team Canada , the ball is the second hand. pic.twitter.com/4KlTmF8F7T— Rob Buchan (@Thunder_8) April 16, 2020
For the first time in his adult life, Duke lacrosse coach John Danowski is spending his spring somewhere other than a lacrosse field. ”There is a certain mourning period for young men who lose a season, but there are a lot of people in much tougher situations than our guys,” he said.
Penn State’s first Big Ten Tournament title was fittingly delivered by the program’s most prolific scorer. Attackman Mac O’Keefe’s lightning-fast shot just 25 seconds into overtime put a quick end to No. 15 Johns Hopkins’ chances and set off the bench-clearing celebration in Piscataway.
Putting theory into practice. OTD in 1985, during a 3h 6m unplanned EVA, STS-51D MS Jeff Hoffman & Dave Griggs attach the "fly-swatter" & "Lacrosse stick" devices to the RMS. Later MS Rhea Seddon used the tools to engage the Leasat's start leaver but the sequence failed to engage pic.twitter.com/R2m1qEa8ac— Astro Info Service (@aisoffice) April 16, 2020
What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?
Yogi the cow is a rebel. Funny Farm Rescue owner Laurie Zaleski said she received a call just as she went to bed around 10 p.m. and noticed a car from her bedroom window. The call turned out to be from Hamilton Township Police Officer Kristi Ware, who found Yogi wandering along the country road.
Mayor Eric Garcetti raised the issue during his weekly briefing Monday with a group of high-level staff from several departments, including Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas. Garcetti indicated during the conference call that “large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events may not be approved in the city for at least 1 year,” according to the email.
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