A 20-save performance by sophomore goaltender David Salamie (Lakeridge HS; Lake Oswego, OR) and a stalwart defensive effort helped the 4th ranked Colorado State University Rams defeat #7 Boston College 8-4 on Sunday afternoon.
In freezing rain and snowy conditions, the No. 13 Cornell lacrosse team upset No. 8 Albany at SMU's Ford Field in Dallas at the seventh annual Patriots Cup. After trailing 3-1 midway through the first quarter, the Big Red went on a 10-2 run to take control of the game.
With Army up 6-3 at the start of the third quarter, senior John Glesener scored a natural hat trick to put the game out of reach as the ninth-ranked Black Knights shut out Lafayette in the final 30 minutes to cruise to a 14-3 win in their Patriot League opener at Michie Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Princeton jumped to a 7-0 lead then fought back from a two-goal deficit in the final seven minutes before knocking off 12th-ranked Johns Hopkins, 16-15, on a Gavin McBride extra-man goal with 1:07 remaining in overtime at Homewood Field Saturday.
Penn State received four-goal performances from both T.J. Sanders (Orillia, Ont.) and Matt Florence (Greenwood Village, Colo.) as the Nittany Lions defeated No. 16 Penn, 14-11, at Holuba Hall on Saturday.
Dave Little broke a 6-6 tie when he scored the game-winning goal for the Midshipmen with 2:55 left in the fourth quarter as the No. 19 Holy Cross lacrosse team fell, 7-6, on Saturday afternoon at Holy Cross Field in Patriot League action.
Colgate goalkeeper Jake Danehy came off the bench and boosted the 20th-ranked Raiders to a 10-8 Patriot League win over Bucknell here Saturday. Freshman Will Sands scored a career-high four goals for Bucknell, but Ryan Walsh countered with two goals and three assists for Colgate.
Fourth-ranked North Carolina went on a five-goal scoring run in less than three minutes in the third quarter to surge ahead for good in an eventual 12-10 victory over top-ranked Denver in men's lacrosse action Friday afternoon at Navy Field.
Behind a hat trick from Joe Seider, the No. 15 Towson University men's lacrosse team improved to 3-1 for the first time since 2005, topping Mount St. Mary's 7-4 at Waldron Family Stadium Friday afternoon.
The No. 17 Marquette lacrosse team withstood a second half rally from Detroit for a 12-6 victory on Friday afternoon in the Midwest Classic Lacrosse Weekend at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky.
No. 2 Syracuse wraps up a four-game homestand on Sunday, March 1 when it hosts No. 5 Virginia at the Carrier Dome in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams. Faceoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. on ESPNU.
Matt Donovan and Connor Buczek combined for nine goals and the No. 13 Big Red lacrosse team scored four of the final five goals of the contest to eventually pull away from a pesky Binghamton squad, earning the 17-10 victory this afternoon at the Greater Binghamton Sports Complex.
Stevenson's Colin Dabney scored four goals, while Stephen Banick added four assists, but the fourth-ranked Mustangs could not stop No. 2 RIT's extra-man offense, which scored six goals, as the Tigers posted a 17-10 victory Monday at the Carrier Dome.
Snow and wind were the story of the day as the #4 Colorado State Rams battled the elements in addition to the #21 Texas State Bobcats on Sunday afternoon at West Texas A&M. The CSU defense held Texas State to just 12 shots in an 8-2 victory.
The Colorado State Rams opened their 2015 season with a dominating 16-5 victory over the Connecticut Huskies on Saturday afternoon. The Rams jumped out to a 6-1 first quarter lead that ballooned to 10-2 at halftime on the campus of West Texas A&M.
Attackmen Dylan Donahue (Camillus, N.Y.) and Randy Staats (Six Nations, Ontario, Canada) each had six points to lead No. 2 Syracuse (3-0) to a 12-9 win against No. 11 Army (3-1) Sunday, Feb. 22 at the Carrier Dome.
Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.) scored four goals to lead the No. 1 Denver lacrosse team to a 10-5 win over Furman on Sunday afternoon at the Holaday Athletic Center on the campus of the Air Force Academy.
Georgetown (0-2, 0-0 Big East) outscored No. 14 Towson (2-1, 0-0 CAA) 5-1 in the second half, but it was not enough to overcome a lopsided first quarter, as they fell 9-6 in their home-opener at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday afternoon.
Genesee CC recently announced their captains for the 2015 season. Awarded the honor of leading the Cougars are sophomores James Smith (Frontier) and Joshua Wester (Livonia), and freshman Jacob Bomberry (Assumption), Reed Hnidy (Bishop James Mahoney) and Brody Jorgenson (Athol Murray).
The fourth-ranked North Carolina lacrosse team jumped out to a five-goal first half lead before fending off a pair of second half rallies to beat No. 9 Johns Hopkins Saturday afternoon 13-11 at Navy Field.
Michigan scored the first goal of the game but was held scoreless for the next 24 minutes of the first half, falling to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 17-8, on Saturday (Feb. 21) inside a sold-out Oosterbaan Field House.
Holy Cross used a 7-1 run that spanned the second and third quarters to build a five-goal advantage that was enough to hold off Loyola for a 13-12 Patriot League win Saturday afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex.
The 13th ranked Albany Great Danes and defeated the 19th-ranked Drexel Dragons, 15-8, at Vidas Field. Drexel fell to 0-2 on the season with two losses to top 20 teams. It was the opener for the Great Danes.
After a one-year hiatus, No. 2 Syracuse (2-0) renews its rivalry with Army (3-0) when the 11th-ranked Black Knights invade the Carrier Dome for a 7:00 p.m. contest on Sunday, Feb. 22. The match-up marks the first time since 2009 that both sides come into the game undefeated.
The Loyola lacrosse trio of Zach Herreweyers, Nikko Pontrello and Brian Sherlock accounted for 11 of the Greyhounds' 15 goals, and Loyola defeated host Towson, 15-11, on Wednesday afternoon in non-conference action.
Saturday 2/21 at Santa Clara at 7:00 pm is the inaugural Frederick "Rick" Blick Memorial game. Rick coached at Santa Clara until he suddenly passed away last year. He previously was the assitant coach of Notre Dame de Namur.
Penn's Nick Doktor scored with 51 seconds remaining in overtime as the Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team (1-2) dropped an overtime heartbreaker to #14 Penn (2-0) by a final score of 11-10 on Tuesday evening on Sweeney Field.
Orange head coach John Desko picked up the 200th win of his career as No. 4 Syracuse (2-0) defeated No. 10 Cornell (0-1) by the score of 14-6 in the 100th meeting between the teams Sunday, Feb. 15 at the Carrier Dome.
The 20th-ranked Army lacrosse team scored eight unanswered goals between the first and second quarters and shut out Jacksonville in the second half to cruise to a 20-4 win on Sunday afternoon at Milne Field.
Second-year Monroe CC head coach Justin Ross, has announced that Brian Moran (Orchard Park/Buffalo, N.Y.), J.T. Haag (Brighton/Brighton, NY), and Brady Fahy (HFL/Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) will be the captains for this year's Tribune team.
The No. 1 Denver lacrosse team used a 25 for 34 performance from the faceoff X by freshman Trevor Baptiste (Denville, N.J.), and a 9-1 run in the second half to come from behind to beat No. 3 Duke 17-13 on Saturday afternoon at Fifth Third Bank Stadium on the campus of Kennesaw State University
The fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins lacrosse team outscored host Villanova 4-1 in the first 11 minutes of the fourth quarter to turn a 9-8 lead into a 13-9 advantage and the Blue Jays went on to a 13-10 victory at snowy Villanova Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Loyola's defense forced 22 Penn State turnovers Saturday afternoon, and the Greyhounds held off a second-half rally to beat the visiting Nittany Lions, 8-6, at Ridley Athletic Complex in non-conference action.
Kyle Bernlohr made 12 saves and allowed just one goal in a sensational goalkeeping debut to lead the No. 8 Maryland lacrosse team to an 8-1 victory over Navy in its season-opener Saturday afternoon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Pennsylvania played the earliest game in program history, by date, on Saturday -- and the weather was every bit of mid-February. Despite that, the 13th-ranked Quakers dusted off the snowy conditions and took care of business with a 10-8 victory over UMBC at Franklin Field.
No. 18 Lehigh and Furman went back and forth for most of the game as the Paladins scored four straight fourth-quarter goals to take an 11-10 lead, but the Mountain Hawks responded with the final four tallies for a 14-11 win on Saturday.
Ryan Joseph and Sean Doyle scored two goals apiece, and Sam Grinberg backstopped a stellar defensive effort that helped carry Bucknell to a 7-5 victory over No. 19 Bryant on Saturday at frigid Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium.
One of the longest-running rivalries in college lacrosse hits the century mark when No. 4 Syracuse (1-0) hosts No. 10 Cornell (0-0) on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 4:00 p.m. The game marks the 100th meeting between the two Upstate New York powerhouses.
A trio of seniors in Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.), Carson Cannon (Stillwater, Minn.) and Sean Cannizzaro (Cazenovia, N.Y.) have been named captains for the 2015 University of Denver lacrosse team, head coach Bill Tierney announced on Wednesday.
Second-year Hobart head coach Greg Raymond has announced that senior attackman Zach Reed (Bath-Haverling/Bath, N.Y.), senior midfielder Taylor Vanderbeek (Immaculata/Warren, N.J.), and junior midfielder Cooper Stefaniak (St. Francis/Lancaster, N.Y.) will be the captains for this year's Statesmen.
The Red Foxes will begin their run toward a sixth consecutive appearance in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships in 2015. Marist was selected second overall in the conference's Preseason Coaches' Poll with 38 points.
Fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins helped head coach Dave Pietramala become the winningest coach in school history on Saturday, as the Blue Jays jumped to a 6-0 lead and never looked back in a 16-4 win against visiting UMBC at Homewood Field.
All three starting attackmen registered hat tricks as sixth-ranked North Carolina opened its 2015 men's lacrosse season with a 19-4 victory over Furman at Fetzer Field before a crowd of 1,353 on a beautiful February afternoon.
Ninth-ranked Virginia scored the second half's first four goals to take a 10-6 run, but No. 7 Loyola rallied to make it a one-goal game twice in the fourth quarter, but the Cavaliers came away with a season-opening 13-12 win Saturday afternoon.
Two Nittany Lions recorded hat tricks and Connor Darcey earned the win in the first start of his collegiate career, leading the No. 14 Penn State lacrosse team to a season-opening 15-8 win over Vermont on Saturday.
The #18 Lehigh lacrosse team scored the game's first goal, but Marquette responded with the next three and wouldn't trail the rest of the game as the Mountain Hawks dropped a tough 10-9 season opener to the Golden Eagles on Saturday.
Shane Morrell (Glen Mills, Pa.) registered a hat trick and added an assist to lead the No. 19 Bryant lacrosse team in Saturday's 2015 season opener, but visiting Colgate saw seven different goal scorers en route to a 9-5 win.
Loyola hosts Virginia in a match-up of top-10 ranked teams at Ridley Athletic Complex. The game is the first contest nationally in 2015 between teams ranked in the top-10 in both the USILA and media polls.
Seniors Jim Marlatt, Conor Doyle, and Jack Near have been named captains for the 2015 Notre Dame lacrosse season. Marlatt, a fifth-year senior, is a two-time team captain, while Doyle and Near are in their first year in the leadership position.
For Rutgers athletics, the 2014-15 season will always be remembered as the first year of competition in the Big Ten Conference. As the 2015 lacrosse season gets underway, it represents the dawning of a new league overall.
Following the graduation of the most successful class in the Red Storm era last May, the St. John's lacrosse program will look to a new group of senior leaders as well as a host of up-and-coming talents to guide the squad to new heights in 2015.
UMBC, which finished at 8-7 a year ago, will return nine of ten starters and the majority of its specialists from last year's squad. With a large freshmen class and the return of a few key red-shirts, Coach Zimmerman is quietly confident about his 2015 squad.
According to a report posted yesterday at the KRCR TV web site, the men's and women's lacrosse teams have been suspended for the spring 2015 semester for violations of the alcohol policy in the Sport Club Program's Code of Conduct.
2014 Lehigh advanced to its third straight Patriot League Championship Game but fell short of its ultimate goals. The Mountain Hawks finished with 13 wins (just one shy of tying the school record set in 2012) and enjoyed a strong season on many accounts, but the team isn't satisfied.
Marist has named its captains for the 2015 season. Head Coach Keegan Wilkinson has announced that seniors Dave Scarcello (Buffalo, N.Y.), Drew Nesmith (Montclair, N.J.), Ben Willett (Portsmouth, R.I.), and Karl Kreshpane (Mahwah, N.J.) and junior Joseph Radin (Long Beach, N.Y.) will lead the Red Foxes.
Siena lacrosse head coach John Svec has announced his program's captains for the upcoming season. Seniors Richie Hurley, Jake Kissick, Ryan Mallon and Conor Prunty have been appointed to lead the 2015 Saints.
Rollins College men's lacrosse player Will Hauver '15 passed away suddenly Monday afternoon. The cause of death is still unknown, according to the Winter Park Police Department. Hauver was a senior captain for the Tars, who were set to begin their 2015 season Thursday at Young Harris.
The fourth-ranked Orange lacrosse team posted a pair of wins in its final tune-up before the start of the regular season. Syracuse knocked off Towson, 13-9, and defeated Bucknell, 13-3, in a three-way scrimmage on Saturday, Jan. 31 at the Ensley Athletic Center.
Denver was voted the preseason favorite by Big East lacrosse coaches. Pioneers also earned the major preseason awards. The next three spots were determined by a close margin. Georgetown took second with 18 points, while Villanova was voted third with 17 and Marquette fourth with 16 points and the final first place vote.
Reigning America East champion University at Albany, the 12th ranked team in the nation, is the preseason favorite to retain its league title. Stony Brook University received the other first-place vote and 30 points to come in second place while UMBC, which appeared in the America East title game a year ago, was third with 23 points.