Six Seconds and A Lifetime for Lowe’s Senior Class Award Winner C.J. Costabile

by Geoff Shannon May 28, 2012 in Lacrosse

Six seconds can change a life. Duke’s C.J. Costabile knows this. Six seconds and the 2012 Lowe’s Senior Class recipient went from a known lacrosse talent to the creator of one of the greatest lacrosse moments in the history of the modern game.

By all available indicators Costabile has established a decorated career in men’s lacrosse. To wit: He’s been named a four-time USILA All-American and this year was the recipient of the 2012 Lt. Donald McLaughlin, Jr. Award… Continue Reading

What defines Nola is what he does when no one is watching

by Randy Rosetta May 11, 2012 in Baseball

Where Austin Nola wound up as a college baseball player wasn’t by accident.

In fact, it’s hard for him or anybody who has known him a while to imagine LSU’s senior shortstop anywhere but in the Tigers’ purple-and-gold and right in the middle of the Alex Box Stadium diamond – where he’s been a starter from the middle of his freshman season on.

Understanding Nola’s connection to LSU also provides a glimpse into who he is as a person. The Baton Rouge native… Continue Reading