Lehigh Lacrosse Schedule Up

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  • #6912

    TMH
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    http://www.lehighsports.com/sports/mlacrosse/mountain_hawks_release_2013_schedule.aspx

    Note:Home game with UMass and the Colgate game to be played at Goodman Stadium.

    #6913

    TMH
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    bump

     

    #6926

    lehigh90
    Participant

    A lot of notables missing (Hopkins, Virginia,  Syracuse, Carolina, Princeton, Duke, Loyola).   I guess we can assume that like basketball, it was hard to get the big boys to schedule Lehigh?

    #6928
    van
    van
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    Penn State at a neutral site?  Not that familiar with LAX scheduling but that seems an oddity.

    #7084

    brownwhite07
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    Heard rumors the neutral site against PSU is going to be at PPL Park in philly (the stadium where the MLS Philly Union team plays)…..

    #7087
    RichH
    RichH
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    Heard a # of possibles for PSU. PPL sorta makes sense. As long as its not Denver, I’ll be there.

    #7175

    TMH
    Participant

    It has been confirmed by Penn State…lacrosse match vs Lehigh to be played at PPL Park.

    http://phillylacrosse.com/2012/10/17/penn-state-releases-2013-mens-lacrosse-schedule-will-play-lehigh-at-ppl-park/

    #8305

    lehigh90
    Participant

    I just starting getting emails from PPL Park about the Lehigh/Penn St lacrosse game (I am a season ticket holder of the Philly Union who play there).  They are calling it the Whitman’s Sampler Independence Classic at PPL Park on Saturday, March 9.  It is a tripleheader and features these games and times:

    Game 1 St. Johns v. Syracuse @ Noon

    Game 2 Penn v. Villanova @ 2:30 PM

    Game 3 Lehigh v. PSU @ 5:00 PM

    Tickets went on sale 12/3 and range from $25 to $45.  Not a bad deal for 3 games.  PPL Park is a beautiful smaller stadium in Chester, PA which sits on the Delaware underneath the Commodore Barry Bridge.  Capacity is about 18,000, and you sit very close to the action, with not a bad seat in the house.  Only problem with PPL is the location.  Don’t plan on getting lunch or dinner near the stadium or a beer after the game.  Stadium sits by itself, in a pretty dangerous area, with nothing in walking distance.

    #8347
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    Ouch, March 9 is the Finals of the EIWA Tournament at Rutgers.  Can’t be two places at once. Looks like a great time.

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