Today’s Crosse Clicks is dedicated to all the athletic departments pumping out NCAA lacrosse highlights quickly! Extra special shoutout to Northwestern for these high quality highlights from the Wildcat’s 10-8 win over Duke:
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Crosse Clicks 4.16.17 – NCAA Lacrosse Highlights
Syracuse claims ACC regular-season lacrosse title (RD&C)
“Sergio Salcido scored a man-up goal late in overtime to lift No. 1 Syracuse over No. 17 North Carolina, 12-11, in an ACC showdown Saturday.”
Drexel stuns No. 2 Hofstra in comeback win (NCAA.com)
“Drexel scored seven fourth-quarter goals, including three in a span of 46 seconds in the final two minutes to shock No. 2 Hofstra, 13-12, at Shuart Stadium. Jake O’Donnell scored the game-winner on the man-up with 1:02 to play as the Dragons rallied from a seven-goal deficit to hand the Pride (10-1) its first loss of the season.”
Navy men’s lacrosse rallies past No. 6 Army (Capital Gazette)
“With time winding down in the third quarter, it appeared Army had all the momentum in its men’s lacrosse showdown with archrival Navy.”
Cornell Overpowers Lehigh, 16-11, as Teat and Fletcher Set Program Mark (Daily Sun)
“Throughout the course of Saturday afternoon’s affair, a slight drizzle was creeping over the crescent at Schoellkopf, but never quite fully formed into a consistent precipitation. That’s because the true downpour was occurring down on the turf, as the Cornell men’s lacrosse (4-7, 2-2 Ivy) offense ignited to down Lehigh (6-6, 3-4), 16-11.”
How the 16 teams are selected for the men’s lacrosse tournament (NCAA.com)
“With just a little less than a month left in the season (and plenty of lacrosse left to play), the NCAA released the first of two DI men’s lacrosse committee’s rankings Saturday. But how does the committee come up with these rankings and how are teams selected to compete in the championship tournament?”
In the competitive MIAA A lacrosse conference, it’s all about league play (Baltimore Sun)
“Calvert Hall senior lacrosse star Brendan Curry knows he won’t get much sleep on Monday night…”
Southern Durham has a learning curve with boys lacrosse (News & Observer)
“Southern Durham’s Xavier Proctor knew he was a marked man when the school considered starting a lacrosse program. Proctor, who teaches civics at the school, had played lacrosse in high school in Maryland.”
Division I college lacrosse recruits off-limits until junior year, according to new NCAA rule (Syracuse.com)
The NCAA’s approved a new rule Friday that prohibits Division I college lacrosse coaches from contacting potential recruits until Sept. 1 of their junior year of high school.
Is Dark Recruiting Going To Be A Thing? (Connor Wilson)
Dark Recruiting is any “other” type of contact before September 1st of a student-athlete’s Junior year, and could be coming to college lacrosse.
NLL Media Poll – Down to the Wire, Playoff Picture (Mark Donahue)
We find out what the playoff picture looks like and how things should wrap up in this week’s NLL Media Poll.
D1 Rundown – Down Goes Penn State (Ryan Conwell)
Down goes Penn State! After locking in the #1 spot in D1, they fell to Maryland. There were plenty of other great games, so let’s dive right into it!
Pocatello, Idaho, lacrosse vies for footing in local sports community (Idaho State Journal)
“After growing up playing the sport, attending Syracuse games at the Carrier Dome in New York, and participating in summer camps from grade school to high school, Parker yearned to get back in lacrosse. After a meeting with his academic adviser, the Idaho State Ph.D student in experimental psychology found his opportunity.”
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