This weekend marks the heart of the college fall-ball practice season with scrimmages and tournaments galore from sea to shining sea.

For a rundown of what’s on tap, be sure to check this listing of fall-ball events from Inside Lacrosse.

For more on the Nick Colleluori Classic in Ridley, Pa., click here.

Be sure to check the “Comments” portion of this thread for updates, and be sure to post any info/insights/thoughts from events you’re attending.

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10 Responses to “Updates on a busy weekend of fall ball”

  1. Joe Lombardi says:

    Somers two-time all-America attackman/midfielder JoJo Marasco has just made his Syracuse debut against Navy in the six-team Navy fall tournament in Annapolis.

    Marasco, did not start, but is playing quite a bit in the first half. The first shot of his SU career was a good one, but Navy goalie Mike Haas made a nice save.

    Syracuse, Georgetown, Harvard, Hobart, Penn State and Navy make up the field.

  2. Joe Lombardi says:

    Syracuse leads Navy 4-2 at the half.

  3. Joe Lombardi says:

    ‘Cuse leads 7-2 after three.

  4. Joe Lombardi says:

    Navy has scored to start the fourth quarter. SU now leads 7-3.

  5. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Syracuse 7, Navy 4

  6. George says:

    any stats on jojo??

  7. Joe Lombardi says:

    JoJo did not score vs. Navy. He had his first collegiate goal against Harvard later in the day. An attackman/midfielder, Marasco saw a good deal of time at midfield. Syracuse lost to Harvard. I don’t have the score. Syracuse played its subs quite a bit in that one.

    John Jay grad Chris Daniello, a team captain, played on Syracuse’s first attack line. Another former All-American for John Jay, Kevin Drew, is a d-middie for the Orange.

    For more on the Nick Colleluori Classic in Ridley, Pa., check this link:

  8. LAX says:

    It should also be noted that Syracuse were without perhaps their two best offensive players in Keogh and Jamieson because of international team tryouts.

  9. Joe Lombardi says:

    Just a reminder, folks. As we told you late last month, the inaugural Connecticut Cup is set for Sunday (Oct. 18) at Yale. It’s a five-team fall-ball event featuring the Nutmeg State’s five D-I programs.

    Here’s more:

  10. laxman says:

    Here’s some highlights from the games:

    Jojo is in there and Daniello looked good, from what I hear Chris was one one of the most impressive.

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