As the popularity and the visibility of lacrosse increase, the diversity in the sport lags behind. Just 1.9 percent of Division I men's lacrosse players are black, according to the most recent NCAA study.
The South beat the North 16-10 in the 72nd Annual USILA/LaxWorld Division I-II Senior North-South All-Star Game Friday on the campus of Cabrini College. An up-and-down tempo saw seven different players from the South post double-digit points.
Cornell's Rob Pannell received the USILA's Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as the Outstanding Player in Division I. Princeton's Tom Schreiber took home the Lt. J.G. Donald MacLaughlin, Jr. Award as the Outstanding Midfielder, Albany's Lyle Thompson captured the Lt. Col. J.L. (Jack) Turnbull Award as Outstanding Attackman, Tucker Durkin of Johns Hopkins received the William C. Schmeisser Award as Outstanding Defensive Player, and Penn State's Austin Kaut was given the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award as Outstanding Goalie.
Brendan Buckley (Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa) is one of the most decorated Army lacrosse defensemen in program history and, on Friday morning, he added one of the most prestigious awards in the nation to his sparkling resume: Buckley was named the 2013 Senior CLASS Award winner in NCAA Division I lacrosse.
Sonoma State has announced Panchito Ojeda has been promoted to head coach and Matt Blamey to associate head coach. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach's Poll.
The 2013 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-Americans for Division I have been announced. The USILA is an association of institutions with varsity lacrosse programs in all three NCAA divisions and was founded in 1885.
The rosters have been announced for the Division I/II USILA/LaxWorld North-South Game. The event is being played at Edith Robb Dixon Field on the campus of Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa. on Friday, May 24 at 5:30 p.m.
BABSON PARK, Mass. For the first time since 2004, men's lacrosse will return to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC), as the conference will begin sponsoring the sport for the 2014 season.
WATERBURY, Conn. Post University men's lacrosse head coach Jim Griffin announced a class of 28 student-athletes for the program's inaugural season in 2014. The class consists of signees from seven states, including New York, New Jersey, and California.
The 2013 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-Americans for Division III have been announced. The USILA is an association of institutions with varsity lacrosse programs in all three NCAA divisions and was founded in 1885.
The 2013 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-Americans for Division II have been announced. The USILA is an association of institutions with varsity lacrosse programs in all three NCAA divisions and was founded in 1885.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Junior goalie Jamie Faus (Lakeville, Conn.) made 11 saves and allowed just five goals in 50:23 to jump-start fourth-seeded Denver's largest come-from-behind victory under head coach Bill Tierney, a 12-11 win over fifth-seeded North Carolina in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Senior captain David Lawson tallied a career-high five goals to lead Duke to a thrilling 12-11 comeback victory over No. 2 seed Notre Dame in front of 7,749 fans at the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinal at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Austin Fisher of Colorado State and Steve Johnson of St. John's were named as the recipients of the Godekeraw Award as the top player in their respective divisions of the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA).
CORTLAND, N.Y. Sophomore Allister Warren (Toronto, ON/Malvern) scored two minutes, five seconds into overtime as third-ranked RIT advanced to its first-ever NCAA Div. III national title game with a 10-9 win versus top-ranked Cortland Sunday afternoon at the Stadium Complex.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. No. 12 Salisbury's title defense came to an end on Sunday night at Mustang Stadium, as the Sea Gulls fell to No. 4 Stevenson University, 12-6, in an NCAA Division III semifinal game.
Greenville, SC The Colorado State University Rams travelled over 1,500 miles to play a team just 55 miles down the road, and on the backs of yet another record-setting defensive performance, they completed their drive for perfection last Saturday night at Sirrine Stadium in Greenville, SC.
GREENVILLE, S.C. Westminster College saw its quest for the second national title in school history fall a little short as they dropped a 9-7 decision to St. Thomas (Minn.) on Saturday afternoon in the MCLA Division II Championship Game at Sirrine Stadium.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. Top seed Syracuse (15-3) scored three goals in the final 3 min. and 4 sec. to rally for a 7-6 NCAA quarterfinal victory against Yale (12-5) at Maryland's Byrd Stadium on Saturday, May 18.
College Park, Md. No. 2 Syracuse bolted to a 4-0 lead in the first quarter, but No. 11 Yale held the Orange scoreless for 43 minutes while scoring six goals of their own. The Syracuse offense finally awakened. The deficit was erased in less than a minute in the final period, and then Dylan Donahue netted the game winner with just 13 seconds remaining to give Syracuse a 7-6 victory in the Saturday afternoon quarterfinals.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. No. 8 Cornell dominated in every facet of the game and advanced to the program's fourth NCAA Final Four in the last eight years with a 16-6 victory over No. 3 Ohio State on Saturday afternoon at Maryland's Byrd Stadium. The Big Red improved to 14-3, while OSU's season ends at 13-4.
College Park, Md. Cornell may have been unseeded in the tournament, but the No. 8 Big Red dominated third-seeded/ranked Ohio State, earning a 16-6 victory in the NCAA quarterfinals on Saturday at Maryland's Byrd Stadium. Steve Mock scored seven goals and Rob Pannell had two goals and six assists to lead the Cornell offense.
ERIE, Pa.- For the second time in three years, Mercyhurst will play for the NCAA Championship. The tale of how the Lakers advanced to the title game will echo throughout Tullio Field for years to come. Deven Alves scored with 2:56 left in overtime, giving #1 Mercyhurst an 18-17 win over #2 Limestone in a classic semifinal game on Saturday afternoon.
Garden City, N.Y. - Top-seeded Adelphi hosted #3 LeMoyne on Saturday, May 18 in the NCAA Division II semifinals at Motamed Field. The Panthers trailed 13-12 with 5:19 left in the game, but the Dolphins scored three of the last four goals to secure the 16-13 win.
In a letter to the Johns Hopkins community on Friday, May 17, President Ronald J. Daniels announced that he has accepted the recommendation of a special committee that the Blue Jay men's lacrosse program seek conference affiliation.
The 2013 MCLA National Championships for Divisions I and II and taking place on May 13-18, 2013 in Greenville, South Carolina. Below are the results of Thursday's semifinal games along with the match-ups for the championships that will take place on Saturday, May 18.
CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN - Wabash College President Patrick E. White announced the addition of men's lacrosse as a varsity sport at the institution, beginning competition in the spring 2015. A search for a varsity head coach will begin immediately.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - For the fourth time in the last five years, Stevenson has advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship. The fourth-ranked Mustangs got four points from Peter Green en route to a 13-7 victory over No. 13 Lynchburg Wednesday night.
The 2013 MCLA National Championships for Divisions I and II and taking place on May 13-18, 2013 in Greenville, South Carolina. Below are the results of Tuesday's quarterfinal games along with the match-ups for the semifinals that will take place on Thursday, May 16.
Onondaga defeated Nassau, 15-11, on Sunday to win its fifth consecutive NJCAA national championship and seventh in the last eight years. The victory was also Onondaga's 70th win in a row, setting a new record for consecutive wins at any level of college lacrosse.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (May 14, 2013) Rutgers University re-instated men's lacrosse coach Brian Brecht effective Tuesday, May 14 after having suspended him on April 19 with pay, following allegations of verbal abuse.
The 2013 MCLA National Championships for Divisions I and II and taking place on May 13-18, 2013 in Greenville, South Carolina. Below are the results of Monday's first-round games along with the match-ups for the quarterfinals that will take place on Tuesday, May 14.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. The top-seeded Orange (14-3) overcame an early 4-0 deficit and defeated Northeast Conference champion Bryant (8-11) by the score of 12-7 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, May 12 at the Carrier Dome.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. Bryant started hot, jumping to a 4-0 lead, but top-seeded Syracuse overcame the deficit and defeated the Bulldogs, 12-7, in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday night at the Carrier Dome. The Orange defense held strong despite losing 22 of 23 face-offs to NEC Player of Year Kevin Massa.
DURHAM, N.C. Case Matheis scored with 1:40 remaining in the second overtime period to propel seventh-seeded Duke to a 12-11 win over reigning national champion Loyola in the first round of the 2013 NCAA tournament on Sunday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.
DURHAM, N.C. Freshman Case Matheis scored the game-tying goal with 1:05 left in the fourth quarter and then netted the game-winner in the second overtime to give seventh-seeded Duke a first-round victory over Loyola in the NCAA tournament.
DENVER, CO - There was a smell of fresh grilled bratwurst, cold air from a late afternoon Rocky Mountain downpour, and a murmur of a crowd - ready to see the two highest-powered offenses in Division I lacrosse go to battle.
COLUMBUS, Ohio Paced by six points from Logan Schuss and five by Jesse King, third-ranked Ohio State downed Towson, 16-6, in the first round of NCAA tournament action Sunday afternoon in front of 2,358 fans at Ohio Stadium.
Cornell methodically picked apart one of the nation's best defenses on its own homefield, caused havoc on defense, dominated special teams and controlled every aspect of the game in topping No. 6 seed Maryland 16-8 on Sunday afternoon at Byrd Stadium in the first round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Eighth-ranked but unseeded Cornell dominated play, knocking off No. 5 Maryland in an NCAA first round game in College Park. Rob Pannell had seven points on the day, Steve Mock scored four times, and AJ Fiore made 12 saves for the Big Red (13-3). The Terrapins, who had made it to the finals the previous two years, see their season end at 10-4. Photos of the game are by Ben and James Mackey.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - No. 1 North Carolina sprinted past Lehigh, 16-7, in the opening round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday afternoon at Fetzer Field. Marcus Holman led the Tar Heels (13-3) with one goal and four assists, while Jimmy Bitter and Chad Tutton each added three goals and an assist. David DiMaria had two goals and three assists for the Mountain Hawks.
DENVER Sophomore Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, BC) recorded career-highs in points (9) and goals (8) as No. 4 seeded Denver defeated Albany 19-14 Saturday evening in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. Penn State's season came to an end on Saturday in the NCAA first round with a 10-7 loss to Yale at Penn State Lacrosse Field. The Bulldogs utilized a 9-1 run in the second half to overcome Penn State's four-goal halftime lead.
The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for May 7th has been posted. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this several-year tradition, the Forum Polls are distinctive in two respects. First, the rankings are made by participating members (for the most part fans) instead of groups of coaches or media people. Second, many pollsters make comments about the teams they rank, and those comments, sometimes extensive, are posted with each poll.
The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for May 7th has been posted. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this several-year tradition, the Forum Polls are distinctive in two respects. First, the rankings are made by participating members (for the most part fans) instead of groups of coaches or media people. Second, many pollsters make comments about the teams they rank, and those comments, sometimes extensive, are posted with each poll.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has released its Division I, II, and III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Polls for May 6th. The rankings for each division appear below. They also appear on the Polls page as well as on the ratings pages.
The 2013 MCLA National Championships will take place May 13-18 in Greenville, SC. The Colorado State Rams are the #1 seed in Division I, while the St. Thomas Tommies received that honor in Division II.
Grand Junction, Colo. Behind the standout efforts of senior attackman Austin Fisher (Rock Canyon HS/Highlands Ranch, CO) and face-off specialist Dan Warfield (Smoky Hill HS/Aurora, CO), the #1 Colorado State Rams took down the #2 Colorado Buffaloes 9-6 to win their fourth straight RMLC title and likely secure the #1 seed in the upcoming MCLA national tournament.
Yale's Dylan Levings won 20 of 24 face-offs to earn Most Valuable Player honors while leading Yale to a 12-8 win over Princeton in the Ivy League tournament championship game at Cornell Sunday. The win gives Yale an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament and leaves Princeton wondering if it will be the last at-large team in - or one of the first left out - when the field is announced tonight.
ITHACA, N.Y. - Princeton rallied early in the third quarter to tie the game at 6-6, but No 13. Yale used a five-goal run to defeat the No. 16 Tigers, 12-8, and claim the Ivy League championship crown and a spot in the NCAA tournament.
WAUWATOSA, Wis.-Duke raced out to a 10-1 first-quarter lead and never looked back en route to a 19-3 victory over first-year program Marquette in front of 4,202 fans at Hart Park in its regular season finale. Freshmen Myles Jones and Case Matheis both finished with five points apiece from three goals and two assists.
ERIE, Pa.- No. 1 Mercyhurst beat #10 Lake Erie, 13-7, to win the inaugural ECAC championship Sunday afternoon. Jake McAndrew was named Tournament Most Valuable Player as the Lakers improved to 16-0 this season.
Garden City, N.Y. Top-seeded Adelphi hosted third-seeded Le Moyne in the Northeast-10 championship. The Panthers found themselves trailing by five at the half and made a run in the fourth, but it was not enough, as they fell, 7-5.
ROCHESTER, NY Junior Taylor Wisman (Seattle, WA/Inglemoor) scored with 2:28 to play in overtime, leading No. 3 RIT (16-2) to a 10-9 win over Clarkson (10-6) in the 2013 Liberty League championship on Sunday afternoon. The Tigers win their second straight league title and earn the automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament.
GENEVA, N.Y. Top-seeded Denver fell 11-10 in the final seconds of the ECAC championship game at Boswell Field, hosted by Hobart College, on Saturday evening. The loss drops the Pioneers to 12-4 on the season, while Ohio State improves to 12-3 overall.
GENEVA, N.Y. No. 10 Ohio State captured the 2013 ECAC championship with an 11-10 victory over top-seeded and third-ranked Denver on Saturday at Hobart College's Boswell Field. Turner Evans converted on a feed from Jesse King with 24 seconds remaining for the game-winning goal.
VILLANOVA, PA Second-seeded Syracuse defeated No. 1 seed Villanova 13-9 to win the Big East Men's Lacrosse Championship title on May 4 at Villanova Stadium. The Orange won back-to-back titles in the league's first two tournaments.
STONY BROOK, N.Y. Named the America East tournament's Most Outstanding Player, sophomore attack Lyle Thompson with nine points paced 12th-ranked Albany past UMBC in the championship game, 19-10, on Saturday, May 4 at LaValle Stadium. The Great Danes took home their fifth championship title in 11 years.
CORTLAND, N.Y. Mike Kaminski (Sayville) turned aside 14 shots to earn tournament MVP honors as top-ranked Cortland defeated No. 19 Plattsburgh, 9-2, in the championship game of the 12th SUNYAC tournament.
ITHACA, N.Y. Kip Orban scored on a feed from Mike MacDonald with 1:19 left in overtime, leading Princeton to a 14-13 victory on Friday night at Schoellkopf Field in the semifinals of the Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. The top-seeded and ninth-ranked Nittany Lions tried to overcome a three-goal deficit in the fourth quarter, but the rally fell short in an 11-10 loss to Towson on Friday in the CAA Final.
ITHACA, N.Y. - As "the fastest sport on two feet," lacrosse is a game that can turn on a dime. The University of Pennsylvania found that out the hard way on Friday night, falling to Yale, 9-6, in an Ivy League Tournament semifinal at Cornell's Schoellkopf Field.
WEST POINT, N.Y. No. 14 Johns Hopkins scored five of six second-half goals to pull away from Army in a 9-4 decision on Senior Night at Michie Stadium. In a game that included a combined 17 penalties, the teams played in front of a stadium record 10,340 fans under the lights on Friday in the Black Knights' season finale.
GENEVA, N.Y. Ohio State scored with 93 seconds left in the third quarter to trim Loyola's 11-9 lead to one goal going into the final 15 minutes, and the Buckeyes then reeled off seven unanswered in the final quarter to defeat the Greyhounds, 18-11, on Thursday night in the ECAC semifinals at Hobart.
GENEVA, N.Y. Led be a five-point effort from senior Cameron Flint (Georgetown, Ont.), No. 3 and top-seeded Denver defeated Fairfield 10-8 in the first semifinal of the ECAC tournament on Thursday The win advances the Pioneers to the title game on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. MT against either Loyola or Ohio State.
VILLANOVA, PA Using a four-goal second quarter, No. 1 seed Villanova defeated No. 4 seed Georgetown 15-12 in a Big East semifinal on Thursday, May 2 at Villanova Stadium. The Wildcats advance to play No. 2 seed Syracuse in the title game at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 4.
Buffalo, NY Marist's Connor Rice was selected MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, while Jacksonville's Peter DeLuca earned Defensive Player of the Year honors to headline the 2013 All-MAAC Teams, as voted by the league's head coaches.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (May 2, 2013) Penn State junior goalkeeper Austin Kaut was selected as the 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Men's Lacrosse Player and Defensive Player of the Year by a vote of the league's seven head coaches.
Division I Lacrosse League All-Conference teams for the 2013 season. In a vote conducted by league coaches, two players each from Loyola (Md.) and Ohio State received recognition as players of the year, while Bellarmine sported both the Goalie of the Year and the Coach of the Year.
VILLANOVA, PA Rutgers, St. John's, Syracuse and Villanova shared the Big East men's lacrosse regular season individual awards, as major award winners and all-conference teams were announced on Wednesday evening at the 2013 Big East Men's Lacrosse Championship banquet, held at the Philadelphia Marriott West.
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Cornell senior attack Rob Pannell (Smithtown, N.Y.) became the Ivy League's first-ever, three-time Player of the Year award winner when the League's annual postseason awards were announced.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- After recording the second-most points by any player in conference history, Albany's Lyle Thompson has been unanimously selected the 2013 America East Men's Lacrosse Player of the Year, highlighting the league's end of season awards and all-conference teams, which were announced Wednesday evening.
Smithfield, RI Top-seeded and Northeast Conference tournament host Bryant claimed two of the five major awards and placed 10 student-athletes on the all-conference teams, it was revealed Thursday evening.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Shane Sturgis (Downingtown, Pa.) tallied five points and the No. 9 Nittany Lions topped fourth-seeded UMass, 10-7, on Wednesday. PSU used a 5-0 run over the third and fourth quarters to overcome the Minutemen.
University Park, Pa. Sophomore Ben McCarty scored a career-best six goals to lead Towson (9-7) over No. 18 Drexel (11-4), 11-8, and into the CAA tournament final Wednesday evening at PSU Lacrosse Field.
CORTLAND, N.Y. Freshman Zach Hopps (Akwesasne/Massena) matched his career high with six points on a career-best four goals and two assists to lead top-ranked Cortland to a 16-5 win versus Potsdam in a SUNYAC semifinal Wednesday afternoon at the Stadium Complex.
Carlisle, Pa. No. 2 Dickinson advanced to the Centennial Conference title game for the third straight year, posting a 14-7 win over visiting Washington College in the semifinals on Wednesday. The Red Devils will look to defend their title for the second time, awaiting the winner of #3-seed Gettysburg and #2 Franklin & Marshall.
GREENSBORO, N.C. The Atlantic Coast Conference has honored four individuals as recipients of the 2013 ACC Men's Lacrosse annual awards, announced Tuesday as voted on by the league's four head coaches.
The NCAA championships are not far away. In Men's Division I, teams can earn a berth in the tournament via conference automatic qualification (AQ), which is based on winning the conference tournament, or by being selected at-large.
The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for April 29th has been posted. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this several-year tradition, the Forum Polls are distinctive in two respects. First, the rankings are made by participating members (for the most part fans) instead of groups of coaches or media people. Second, many pollsters make comments about the teams they rank, and those comments, sometimes extensive, are posted with each poll.
The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for April 29th has been posted. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this several-year tradition, the Forum Polls are distinctive in two respects. First, the rankings are made by participating members (for the most part fans) instead of groups of coaches or media people. Second, many pollsters make comments about the teams they rank, and those comments, sometimes extensive, are posted with each poll.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has released its Division I, II, and III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Polls for April 29th. The rankings for each division appear below. They also appear on the Polls page.
Santa Rosa, California April 24 2013 - The growth of lacrosse continues to boom throughout the state of California and junior colleges are no exception. Set to begin in the fall of 2013, California junior college men's lacrosse clubs are invited to compete under one umbrella within the California Junior College Lacrosse Association (CJCLA).
Results for the last week of the contest are shown below followed by the final overall results for the 2013 season. Also see the details on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - North Carolina's long wait ended Sunday afternoon at Kenan Stadium. Packing a lethal offensive punch for the second straight tournament game and holding at least a two-goal lead throughout the final 32 minutes, the second-seeded Tar Heels turned back fourth-seeded Virginia, 16-13, in the title game of the Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Lacrosse Championship.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. No. 9 Syracuse (11-3, 5-1 Big East) outscored Notre Dame 9-1 in the second half and defeated the second-ranked Irish, 10-4, in the second game of the Konica Minolta Big City Classic in front of 19,875 fans at MetLife Stadium Saturday, April 27.
E. RUTHERFORD, N.J. - After having just four goals in five career games against Princton, Big Red senior Rob Pannell finished the game with five goals and four assists as Cornell routed Princeton, 17-11, in the Big City Classic at MetLife Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J.
Hempstead, NY Senior Jack Forster tallied five goals and freshman TJ Sanders and junior Steve Aitken each tallied three goals to lead the eighth-ranked Nittany Lions of Penn State to a 16-7 Colonial Athletic Association victory over the Hofstra Pride at James M. Shuart Stadium Saturday night.
Stony Brook lost to No. 10 Albany, 21-12, in the regular season finale for both teams. Despite the loss, the Seawolves will face the Great Danes in one America East Championship semifinal on Thursday night.
BALTIMORE, MD - Seventh-ranked Loyola got a game-high three goals from senior Mike Sawyer and the Greyhound defense held 11th-ranked Johns Hopkins scoreless for the final 29 minutes of the game in a crucial 8-4 win over the Blue Jays at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon.
DENVER No. 4 Denver clinched the ECAC regular season title and top seed in the conference tournament with a 12-4 victory over Michigan Saturday afternoon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium in front of 1,909 fans.
COLUMBUS, Ohio No. 13-ranked Ohio State broke open a game tied after the third quarter to defeat No. 20 Fairfield, 14-8, Saturday on Senior Day. Ohio State trailed 7-6 late in the third quarter but used an eight-goal run to take command of the final regular-season game.
BOSTON, Mass. The Bulldogs have had great success in overtime games this spring, but today they were desperately trying to avoid an extra session in the regular season finale at Harvard. No. 15 Yale held off a late Crimson offensive rush to take an 11-10 game and finish the season with a 9-4 record.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Marcus Holman scored the game-winning goal with 1:28 to play and Kieran Burke saved David Lawson's shot with six seconds remaining as third-ranked North Carolina defeated sixth-ranked Duke 18-17 Friday night in the ACC Tournament semifinals at Kenan Stadium.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Mark Cockerton scored four goals and Matt White tallied three of his own and three assists to elevate the Virginia Cavaliers (7-7) to the ACC Championship final with a 13-6 triumph over the No. 2 Maryland Terrapins (9-3), Friday afternoon at North Carolina's Kenan Stadium.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. Chase Bailey scored four goals and David Dickson passed out five assists in support of some stellar defensive work as 13th-ranked Bucknell ran past No. 19 Army 12-9 on Friday in the first semifinal game of the Patriot League tournament presented.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - No. 16 Lehigh went on an 8-0 run spanning nearly 26 minutes in the second and third quarters to reach the Patriot League championship game for the second straight year as the Mountain Hawks defeated Colgate 15-7 in a semifinal Friday night at the Ulrich Sports Complex.
Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 10 installment of the "Pick the Winners" contest are shown below and can be reviewed by username by consulting the links on the two contest pages.