Skip to comments.DUKE WINS LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP!
Posted on 05/31/2010 2:55:37 PM PDT by abb
Duke wins in overtime, 6-5
“All that?” What was it that “happened” other than an attempted lynching by Nifong and the cops?
The misogynistic testosterone laden Duke Lacrosse team has shown the advantage of their white male privilege by brutally assaulting innocent students from other schools to gain top position among their league of racist, sexist, homophobes.
A “progressive” tenured Duke Professor.
The team plans to celebrate with a party ...
Published Mon, May 31, 2010 06:06 PM
Modified Mon, May 31, 2010 06:13 PM
Duke wins lacrosse championship
BALTIMORE Duke needed an extra five seconds to collect its first NCAA lacrosse championship.
And what a five seconds it was.
Long pole C.J. Costabile cleanly won the opening faceoff and fired it past stingy Notre Dame goalie Scott Rodgers and the fifth-seeded Blue Devils collected a 6-5 victory at M&T Bank Stadium.
Duke (16-4) became the first team to collect its first mens lacrosse title since Princeton won it in 1992. The Blue Devils are the eighth team to win a national title in the sports 40-year history.
Rodgers made 15 saves for the Fighting Irish (10-7).
Duke erased a 5-4 deficit when Justin Turri deposited a Zach Howell feed between Rodgers legs with 8:44 left. But neither team could manage anything in the rest of regulation, with Turris last-second shot soaring over the cage.
Costabile, who was 6-for-10 on faceoffs, then cleanly beat Trever Sipperly and deposited the winner to quickly put an end to overtime.
Goalie Dan Wigrizer made five saves for Duke.
It was the lowest-scoring title game in NCAA history.
Some of you need to take a reading comprehension course. I do not understand why anyone would play for a university that would openly subject them to false charges and never apologized.
Just to pi$$ the other side off?
Duke beats Notre Dame to win 1st lacrosse title
May 31, 2010 By BOB HERZOG Bob.email@example.com
Monday, May 31, 2010
Duke wins first men’s lacrosse title
Costabile sends Duke to first NCAA title
Goal just five seconds into overtime caps 6-5 win
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun
6:09 PM EDT, May 31, 2010
Possibly. I don’t know.
When you walk away, no matter what the contest, the other side wins automatically. Maybe since the players had committed to the program and the coach, those who stuck with it thought it was the honorable thing to do.
Damn. I was hoping that school had burned to the ground.
Perhaps a complete sentence would go a long way and not assume that people can read your mind.
You may need to read up on this issue first.
Actually, the only thing that needs burning to the ground is the admin building and all within. Metaphorically speaking of course.
and the media and the black community.
Jesse Jackson is deeply saddened.
I don’t care for the sport or the school but given circumstances a few years ago I’m happy for them.