Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/11/14
Four more followers of @phillylacrosse were winners last night in the second of three Twitter trivia contests for the upcoming Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Championships at PPL Park.
The question was: Can you list the five men that earned Phillylacrosse.com Player of the Year currently playing in the ACC; we also accepted a female player now in the ACC who also won Phillylacrosse.com’s Player of the Year.
The answer was:
ATT Matt Rambo (La Salle, 2013 winner) , G Niko Amato (La Salle, 2008) of Maryland
ATT Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion, 2010), LSM Brian Dailey (Conestoga, 2011) of Duke
G Conor Kelly (Haverford School, 2011) of Notre Dame
MF Taylor Trimble (Episcopal Academy, 2012) of Duke
Winners of the second contest were:
Adam Sorce, @mckay_adam, a lax father of Havertown
Peter Lutz, @big_ol_lutz, Malvern Prep 2016 DEF
Emmett Filippelli @therealbig_E, former HS player at Archbishop Carroll (2010)
Ryder Harkins, @dougryder, malvern Prep 2014 DEF (Loyola signee)
Tickets for the 2014 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship to be held April 25-27 at PPL Park located in Chester, Pa., right outside of Philadelphia are on sale now by clicking here.
The third contest for 12 more tickets (to the championship game on April 27) will be held next Wednesday or Thursday.
Others that had the correct answer or missed slightly within a minute of the winners:
Drew Krupp (@dkrupp87), a Radnor HS teacher; Mike Miller (@icecold_MILLER), a 2016 middie at top-ranked @MalvernPrep; Tyson Hugee, Wissahickon 2016 DEF, @IIFEOFTY; Frankie McCarthy, Ridley grad and Mount St. Mary’s goalie, @stonewallmiller; Emily McAleer, @emilymcaleer, Conestoga 2012, current sophomore playing at West Chester.
The 2014 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship will be the first under the new-look ACC with six teams (Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Virginia) in the league. The four-team tournament will commence with semifinal action on Friday, April 25, with games at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The championship game will be played on Sunday, April 27, at 1 p.m. The two teams that do not qualify for the championship will play in the ACC Showcase on Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.
All four games will be played at PPL Park, an 18,500-seat stadium, which serves as the home of Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union. The six teams also combine for 24 NCAA titles and 166 NCAA Tournament appearances.
Ticket prices for the 2014 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship are:
$85 – Premium (All Session): The best seats in in the house with prime midfield seating locations. Premium All Session ticket holders have exclusive access to food and beverage options in the Stadium Club lounge for all three days of action.
$55 – Sideline (All Session): Seat locations along the sideline for all three days that also come with access to food and beverage options in the Entrance Plaza hospitality area.
$20 – Groups of 10 or more (Single Day): An affordable option for one day admission that works for families, teams and community groups. Fans interested in saving on group tickets should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-580-6711.
For more ticket information to purchase tickets, call Comcast Tix at 800-298-4200 or log on to ComcastTix.com. Parking at PPL Park is included in the ticket price.
For more information on ACC Men’s Lacrosse, visit theACC.com or follow on Twitter @ACCMLax.
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