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Alumni Association has sent a notice promoting the Hartford game


Great Danes Are Ready to Stomp


Don't miss out on the UAlbany Alumni Association Family Four Pack for the Spring Stomp, April 1. For just $20 you will receive four game tickets, hot dogs and soda. Join students, alumni, faculty and staff at UAlbany's stomping grounds, John Fallon Field, for the modern tradition of the Great Danes Spring Stomp. Come watch the nationally ranked America East men's lacrosse team takes on Hartford at 7 p.m. for one of the last home games of the season. The fun begins at 6 p.m. with pre-game activities that include: poster making, temporary tattoos, and a Great Danes basket toss. Visit our Web site to purchase your Family Four Pack.

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What is the atmosphere like at UA Lacrosse games?? Or even lacrosse games in general?? I have never been to one before, but considering we have a top 25 team in the nation, no better time to see what it's all about than now I suppose

If the weather's anywhere near decent, it's a good time. In lax a goal gets scored on average every 2-3 minutes, and unlike soccer you can have the quick strike/home run play, so you have to keep paying attention. A lot of high schools bring teams to watch, and there are a lot of ex-players you should try to sit near to get rules interpretations.


Even at the women's lax game today the crowd was OK, Giffy leading the cheers - there with Aronhalt, Allen, Raffa and maybe others. (Women beat New Hampshire 16-15 in OT, after we led 10-0 after 25 min. and UNH scored 5 goals in the last 5 min. of the first half). (I'll have to read the rules sometime, other than the ball and sticks it's a completely different game from men's)

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