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Jackets Win Two On the Road to Open Season - Feb 12, 2017
Tech easily defeated Ole Miss and then shook off a second quarter challenge by outscoring the SMU Mustangs 11-4 the remainder of the game to earn two opening weekend Victories!
The Jackets extended their regular season undefeated streak to 30 games going back to 2014.
Jackets Ranked 5th in Preseason Top 25 - Feb 2, 2017
The Jackets, coming off a 16-1 season in 2016, are ranked 5th in Preseason 2017 Poll and face 8 ranked teams for the toughest schedule ever! Tech faces emerging and 24th ranked SMU in Oxford, MS to open the season then takes on the 7th ranked Arizona State SunDevils in Atlanta the following weekend. Then comes in quick order 16th ranked Michigan State, 17th ranked UConn, 21st ranked Davenport all in Atlanta in March.
Spring Break is bookended by a tough contest Vs 15th ranked Florida State in Tallahassee before spring break and a very demandinging trip to the Denver area the week after spring break to take on the powerful and 3rd ranked Colorado Buffalo's on a friday night the last day in March followed the next day with another difficult challenge in facing off against traditional power Colorado State who is ranked 7th.
Include traditional SELC improving competitors and a season ending trip to Athens to play the always talented Georgia Bulldogs and the Jackets have a handful!
Georgia Tech will host the 2017 "east coast" MCLA Lacrosse version of Coaches Vs Cancer in Atlanta on the first weekend in March. Florida State takes on Michigan State on Saturday March 4th and Georgia Tech has a rematch with Michigan State on Sunday March 5th. "We are very excited to have this charitable event on our campus for the second straight year and are grateful Michigan State has agreed to come again and Florida State will join us" said Head Coach Ken Lovic.
Florida State Coach Jerry Delorenzo added, "FSU Lacrosse is excited to be a part of the 2017 Coaches Vs Cancer games in Atlanta this year. We look forward to playing the best competition in the nation and supporting a cause that is near and dear to our hearts. The Noles return a veteran team that finished 14-1 last season and gthe expectations are high in Tallahassee this year!"
"The 2017 Coaches Vs Cancer games continue to expand nationally and I'm excited to have Georgia Tech hosting the "eastern expansion" for the second straight year! With all three teams participating this is sure to start us off in the right direction. Thanks to the teams for making the early commitment in support of the American Cancer Society", said program sponsor Matt Holman, President EMW Foundation; www.emwf.org.
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