Tuesday Preview: Notre Dame and Michigan Battle, Big Showdown In New York

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Photo Courtesy of Michigan Athletics                                                                                                              

Again, we have a Tuesday slate of games filed with college lacrosse action, and this week we even have a TV game on Tuesday night. That one will be the big one as Michigan host Notre Dame in what should be a fantastic game. The Wolverines defeated the Irish last season, and that has prompted many to think they could do it again. While it’s a different look for both teams this season it should still be a very good matchup. 

Some of the other big games include Harvard-Boston U. which always seems to be close no matter what year. Colgate host Hobart in what looks to be the second best game of the day. Both teams have been somewhat of a surprise this year, looking good early on in the season. On paper Hobart may be the better team, but no matter what Colgate is going to battle until the end. 


Marquee Matchups

Hobart @ Colgate

Notre Dame @ Michigan

Providence @ UMass Lowell

Harvard @ Boston U


Schedule
Date Time Away Team Home Team Watch
3/19 3:00 PM Hartford Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Stream
3/19 3:00 PM Dartmouth St. John’s ESPN 3
3/19 4:00 PM Hobart Colgate Patriot League Network
3/19 4:00 PM Notre Dame Michigan ESPN U
3/19 5:00 PM St. Bonaventure Cornell ESPN +
3/19 6:00 PM Fairfield NJIT NJIT Stream
3/19 7:00 PM Providence UMass Lowell UMass Lowell Stream
3/19 7:00 PM Holy Cross Brown ESPN +
3/19 7:00 PM Harvard Boston U. NESN/ Patriot League Network
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