Late to the pahhty but Pat McCarthy's '86 son Connor played for UNC this year. Had a big goal to beat ND I think to advance to the Final 4....he was a 5th year Tar Heel having played at Princeton before transferring for a grad season.
After months of rumination, I concluded HC bought the house because it can run sewer and water lines up to Fr. K field using this property. That's an HC truck barely visible at image right, near the utility pole.
When they rebuild Fr., K. field, they need to push it to the east to allow for stands on the west side.
Post by Pakachoag Phreek on Jun 1, 2021 7:06:24 GMT -5
Virginia beat Maryland 17-16 to win the trophy.
BC women outgunned Syracuse to claim their first NCAA title in women's lacrosse. This may be BC's first national title in a sport other than ice hockey. Twelve ladies on the BC roster from MA, including the daughter of Matt Hasselbeck. The BC star is Charlotte North from Episcopal in Dallas. While we talk about the impact of transfers in football, Ms. North is a transfer from Duke, where she played her first two collegiate seasons, finished her sophomore season third in the country in goals per game (4.32) and led the team with 82 goals. This season she broke the NCAA record for most goals in a season. ____________
The Eagles will have to wait, however, until 2021. Due to the ACC’s intra-conference transfer rules that require a student-athlete to be enrolled in the new school for two full semesters before competing with his or her new team, North will not be eligible next season, a BC athletics spokesperson confirmed Tuesday evening.
North is listed as a senior on the roster, don't know whether she has another year of eligibility.
Sounds like Coach Farley is out as the O Coordinator for the Mens team. Would be great to see Coach Reppert bring in one of his former Maryland O guys to revamp the offense. On the recruiting front this summer would love to see some commits with bigger frames, seems like stature wise we had one of the smaller teams in the PL. Certainly doesn't bode well going against Army and Navy.