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College Crosse Prospectus - April 7, 2020: Penn State’s Nick Cardile To Return For 2021 Season

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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 7, 2020.

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RUN IT BACK!: Penn State’s Nick Cardile will return for the 2021 season.

Penn State’s defensive leader will be back for one more season. Senior defenseman Nick Cardile announced on Monday that he will be utilizing the NCAA’s waiver to return to the Nittany Lions in 2021.

Here’s a nice article on Ohio State’s Ryan Terefenko: Wilson grad Ryan Terefenko has become everybody’s All-American for Ohio State lacrosse.

Before he was one of the best college lacrosse players in the nation, Ryan Terefenko was the kid brother in his backyard. Zack Terefenko was six years older and he picked up a stick first. Ryan was happy to tag along. “He’d teach me and I started falling in love with it,” Ryan said.

Same, fam. Same.

From Ed Lee of the Baltimore Sun: Playing “overtime” - Maryland lacrosse player Thomas O’Connell makes crossover move with St. John’s basketball.

As a child, Thomas O’Connell accompanied his father for the 20-minute drive from their home in Mineola, New York, to attend St. John’s men’s basketball games. He later participated in the program’s summer camps, worked as a ball boy and avidly followed their road games on television — all while dreaming of playing for the university one day.


Corning native, Lacrosse Hall of Famer Jim Darcangelo’s life defined by generosity, family.

“He was a great man,” said Bailey, a 1994 Corning East graduate who worked 20 years for Darcangelo’s LAX World business. “A great family man, a great ambassador to the game of lacrosse. Just a guy whose persona was sort of larger than life, a guy you wanted to be around and had a lot of admirers across the country.”

UMass with a nice Throwback Recap of their 1996 game versus Duke at Garber Field.

From US Lacrosse: Portland to Princeton - Alex Slusher sees mentor in Michael Sowers.

Alex Slusher has come a long way is his lacrosse journey — both literally and figuratively. Slusher has emerged as a major offensive threat in college lacrosse and with the U.S. U19 team. But even more impressive is his ascent from Portland.

We all need a laugh in these trying times.

What’s Up, New PhilaJersey?

COVID-19 brings back the milkman in NJ.

As soon as the glass bottles start clanking, neighbors rush to their windows. Between the curtains, they spy a deliveryman carrying a crate of milk from his truck. He places the bottles in a box on a nearby porch, along with some other necessities, like eggs.

World/National News

Not a surprise: British Open canceled for the first time since WWII.

One of four is down. The 2020 Open Championship has been canceled because of the coronavius pandemic that has swept across the world. This year’s Open, which was supposed to be the 149th edition of the tournament, was to be played at Royal St. George’s from July 16-19. The event has been rescheduled for July 15-18 in 2021 at the same location.

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