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Three win sets of four tickets to Independence Classic in @phillylacrosse contest

Friday, 1st March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, NCAA Philly Final Four  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/1/13

The Philly lax community showed why it is considered one of the most intelligent as well as talented groups anywhere.whitman's sampler

In less than a minute we had three winners crowned in a a special @phillylacrosse Trivia Contest for sets of four tickets to the inaugural Whitman’s Sampler Independence Classic next Saturday (March 9) at PPL Park.

The question was related to NCAA men’s lacrosse championship history – since the tourney features three men’s games (two are Philly matchups) and also because Philly is hosting the Championship Weekend at Lincoln Financial Field on May 25-27.

The question was: What three teams won the national title the last time Philly hosted the Final Four in 2006 at the Linc. The answers were: Virginia (Division I), Le Moyne (Division II) and SUNY-Cortland (Division III).

Here are the contest winners: First in about 8 seconds was Strath Haven/Mesa Fresh JR ATT Tucker Carney (@tucker_carney).

Second place goes to Robert Senior, former Malvern Prep and Conestoga Goalie-ATT, now fitness guru- blogger (@RobGoBlue).

Third winner is Avon Grove/DukesLC JR DEF and recent Lehigh commit Danny Norris (@dannymnorris30).

There were two that earned Honorable Mention for getting it right only seconds later. One is Boyertown/Freedom JR MF Brock Johnson (@johnson_brock). The other is Ridley/HEADstrong SR G and Chestnut Hill College signee Thomas McDermott (@DoWn_N_McDerTTy).

The tickets were courtesy of Inside Lacrosse, which is running the event. On Monday we’ll do it again – three sets of four tickets – a value of $100.

013 Whitman’s® Sampler® Independence Classic (PPL Park; March 9)

For tickets, click here

Game No. 1 – St. John’s vs. Syracuse (noon)
Game No. 2 – Penn vs. Villanova (2:30 p.m.)
Game No. 3 – Penn State vs. Lehigh (5 p.m.)


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