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ESPN will televise 25 NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse games and expects to stream an additional 80 games on its digital platforms this spring. But the exposure doesn’t end there. With conferences like the Patriot League — which produced the fi rst college lacrosse game streamed live on Twitter when Virginia visited Loyola Feb. 11 — providing professional-grade broadcasts, there’s more than enough for the digitally savvy fan. For updated listings, see uslaxmagazine.com/tv.


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For Your Backyard Play Small Ball 5 It was a rough preseason for some nationally ranked men’s lacrosse teams. NEXT MAN UP


Denver lost All-American midfi elder Zach Miller, who moved back home to the Allegany Reservation in Steamburg, N.Y., to be with his daughter. Navy and Saint Joseph’s lost their top scorers, Casey Rees (34) and Mike Rastivo), respectively. Both suffered knee injuries in the fall. Rutgers’ Adam Charalambides the reigning Big Ten Freshman of the Year, likewise will miss the 2017 season due to injury. His 43 goals were the most by a fi rst-year player in Scarlet Knights history.


North Carolina speedster Shane Simpson, who started 14 games at midfi eld for the NCAA champion Tar Heels last year, is not enrolled at the school. Gale Thorpe, who was expected to compete for a spot on Syracuse’s starting attack line, went down with a lower body injury in the fi rst practice of preseason and is out for the season. Defenseman Patrick Foley, the only Johns Hopkins freshman to start all 15 games in 2016, will miss the 2017 after failing to meet academic requirements.


USlaxmagazine.com March 2017 US LACROSSE MAGAZINE 13


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