Fall Ball: Notre Dame vs. Harvard at St. Ignatius on Oct. 14

Fall Ball: Notre Dame vs. Harvard at St. Ignatius on Oct. 14

Postby Billax » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:01 pm

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Yup, you read it right! Harvard and Notre Dame will play a Fall Ball contest on St. Ignatius' home field on Saturday, October 14th, starting at 3PM.

St. Ignatius College Preparatory
2001 37th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94116

It's a big event, with many other activities taking place:

Here's the complete schedule:

Langkammerer Men's Lacrosse Invitational:
University of Notre Dame versus Harvard University

Saturday October 14, 2017
11:30-12:30pm: Clinic Check-in
12:30-2:00pm: Boys Youth Clinic - coached by Harvard & Notre Dame players.
(See below for information on lottery selection process)
12:30-2:00pm: Coaches Clinic - provided by Harvard & Notre Dame assistant coaches
12:30-1:30pm: Parent Presentation - provided by Harvard & Notre Dame Head Coaches
3:00-5:30pm: Notre Dame v Harvard
5:30-6:00pm: Meet the players

California Players on the rosters:

Notre Dame players from CA:

Hugh Crance 6-0 190 LSM Corona Del Mar
*Mitch Olinger 6-6 200 D De La Salle
*Nick Stinn 6-1 193 M St. Ignatius

Harvard players from CA:

*Spencer Evans 6-2 195 M St. Ignatius
Connor McCroskey 5-8 155 A Bishop’s School
*Joe Lang 5-11 160 M St. Ignatius
Beau Botkiss 5-11 190 D Torrey Pines
*Bryn Evans 6-2 190 M St. Ignatius
* denotes a Northern California player

At JB Murphy Field, St. Ignatius College Preparatory

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $20
Youth/Students: $15
Children under 5: Free

Youth Clinic
The Youth Clinic will be for Boys 3rd-6th grades.If you want your son to participate in the clinic, please pre-register when you purchase his Youth ticket. We will not be able to accommodate every boy who pre-registers, so the limited spots will be determined by a lottery on Wednesday, October 6, 2017. If selected in the lottery, you will be notified by email. There is no additional charge for the clinic if selected.

Tickets to the Event may be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ncaa-d1-lacrosse-notre-dame-v-harvard-tickets-37660083323

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If you've been wondering when NorCal Lacrosse would hit the big-time... there is no further wondering to be done. The big-time arrives on Saturday, October 14th!
Sports don't build character, they reveal it. - Heywood Broun
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Can I buy tickets at the gate?

Postby Billax » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:12 pm

I am at loss about the answer to this question....

If you buy your tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com you'll pay $20 and $15 for high schoolers on down. Kids 5 and under are free. But, can you buy tickets at the gate? Without an answer to this question, I bought three tickets online. I want to see this game... for lots of reasons. Mainly, there are lots of NorCal guys who play on these teams. Nonetheless, it is not clear to me whether, or not, there will be a ticket window at SI's J. B. Murphy stadium. If there is no ticket window at the Murph, you'll be S.O.L. if you haven't bought them on line.

Their have been other NCAA DI games in San Francisco, but ND is rated #8 in some pre-season polls, while Harvard has been glomming onto top talent for a number of years. It's time for them to break out! I believe ND is the highest rated team to play in SF. Am I wrong?
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Re: Fall Ball: Notre Dame vs. Harvard at St. Ignatius on Oct

Postby Billax » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:25 am

Both the NCAA and the NFL have Air Quality Index (AQI) standards which, if exceeded, require game cancellations. The NCAA standard, above which games must be cancelled, is 200. The NFL also has Air Quality Standards. Using the same Index as the NCAA, the Pros have a maximum AQI of 150 – above which games must be cancelled.

San Francisco looks to have an AQI of less than or equal to 150, so NCAA contests look playable. On the other hand, the Oakland Raiders must have an AQI of less than 150 to play – and 150 is touch and go for Oakland's AQI.
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Here is the Official NCAA policy:

Member schools should consider modifying or canceling outdoor athletic events (practices and competitions) in accordance with AQI guidance. Exposure should be managed more conservatively for student athletes with pre-existing pulmonary or cardiac conditions, which may exacerbate the complications of these conditions and could lead to an acute medical emergency. Specifically, schools should consider removing sensitive athletes from outdoor practice or competition venues at an AQI over 100. At AQIs of over 150, all athletes should be closely monitored. All athletes should be removed from outdoor practice or competition venues at AQIs of 200 or above.
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