Daily Cheese: Stony Brook Makes ESPN Top 10 Plays


The Stony Brook and Denver men’s lacrosse teams made ESPN’s Top 10 Plays TWICE the other night. Unfortunately for Denver, both plays, #5 and #1, are Stony Brook goals.


New York High School Lax: Notre Dame vs. Proctor. Defenseman Neil Maxwell goes coast to coast to score the game winning goal in overtime.



– Lacrosse Education in U.S. Helps Global Expansion of Sport [LaxPower]

– Notre Dame Goalie Turns Princeton into Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood [BleacherReport]

– Like Always, Syracuse Lacrosse Will Be Back Next Year [NunesMagician]

– Reeling UVA Lacrosse Teams Try To Prepare For NCAAs [HuffingtonPost]

– Duke lacrosse accuser released from jail [NewsObserver]

– NLL champs owe it to Victoria [Times Colonist]

– Middlebury Men’s Lacrosse Players Earn NESCAC/NEILA Honors [Middlebury.edu]

– New York: Gowanda School Board to hear appeal on ending lacrosse season [TheBuffaloNews]

– New Jersey: RBC makes it to the top, winning SCT lacrosse [Atlanticville]

– Pennsylvania: Lacrosse becoming more popular in Philadelphia area [Philly.com]

– Virginia: Trojans wrap up second successful lacrosse season [MidlothianExchange]

– North Carolina: Hickory slips past Wolves in lacrosse action [Morganton]

– Utah: Miners’ boys’ lacrosse falls short [ParkRecord]

– Texas: Former Plano lacrosse player standing strong in goal for Army [DallasNews] _______________________________________________________________________________________

Also, this kid has some major flow:

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  1. Wait wait wait wait wait

    “Mangum, 31, was arrested in February after police said she set fire in an apartment at 2200 Lincoln St. and tried to kill her boyfriend while her three young children were in the home.

    At the time of her arrest, Mangum faced charges of attempted first-degree murder, five counts of first-degree arson, three counts of misdemeanor child abuse, resisting arrest, identity theft, communicating threats, assault and battery, and injury to personal property.”

    They let her go???