Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension (Video)

Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension

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For once (!), I agree with Quint. ESPN briefly addressed the Cornell Lacrosse hazing incident Monday. In the short clip, Quint Kessenich states that the suspension and incident will not hurt Cornell’s recruiting. I happen to agree. Watch the video and let us know what you think.

Lacrosse will continue to draw mainstream negative attention when these kind of episodes occur. It’ll never cease because people unaffiliated with lacrosse still view the sport/culture as a WASPY, country club activity. Meaning, they love dragging the game through the mud.

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