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Virginia Signs Logan Greco to a National Letter of Intent

Virginia lacrosse head coach Dom Starsia announced that Logan Greco has signed a National Letter of Intent for the 2014-15 academic year. Greco increases UVa's signing class for the class of 2018 to 11 members after 10 signed during the November period.

D-III on D3: NCAA Tournament Bracketology, April 16th

It is that time of year again! As a reminder, these early brackets require me to project ahead. For example, I obviously have to select the AQs, which in turn creates the at-large pool.

No. 1 RIT Holds on for One-Goal Win in Battle with No. 9 Union

The No. 1 RIT (14-0, 4-0 Liberty League) lacrosse team had a battle on its hands Wednesday afternoon, holding on to beat No. 9 Union (10-2, 3-1 Liberty League) 8-7 in a match-up for first place in the Liberty League.

NCAA Regional Rankings for Divisions II and III, April 16th

The NCAA has announced the April 16th regional rankings for Divisions II and III, with records based on play through Sunday. These rankings will continue on a weekly basis to the begnnning in May, concluding prior to the actual tournament selections.

Neubauer Nets Six as No. 15 Fairfield Beats Quinnipiac

T.J. Neubauer (Glen Arm, Md.) scored a career-high six goals to propel No. 15 Fairfield to a 15-10 victory over Quinnipiac this afternoon in non-league lacrosse action.

No. 13 Texas Uses 7-0 Q3 Run to Sink No. 8 Simon Fraser

No. 8 Simon Fraser fell 11-4 to No. 13 Texas after allowing the Longhorns to take control with a 7-0 run in the third quarter.

No. 6 Johns Hopkins Shuts Down Mount St. Mary's

Mount St. Mary's fell to No. 6 Johns Hopkins, 17-2, on Monday afternoon at Waldron Family Stadium. Senior goalkeeper Chris Klaiber made 19 saves for the Mountaineers.

LaxPower Men's Division I Forum Poll for April 14th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for April 14th has been posted.

LaxPower Men's Division III Forum Poll for April 14th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for April 14th has been posted.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division I for April 14th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 14th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division II for April 14th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 14th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division III for April 14th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 14th.

Picking Contest Results for Week No. 8; Enter Week No. 9

It was night and day in Division I vs. Division III this week, and overtimes decided five of the 20 games. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.

No. 5 Colorado State Doubles Up No. 12 Westminster

The No. 12 Westminster lacrosse team struggled to score on Sat. and they dropped a 12-6 decision at No. 5 Colorado State in a Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference game.

No. 7 Syracuse Rallies, Downs No. 4 UNC in Double Overtime

Billy Ward scored at the 2:57 mark of the second overtime period to lift seventh-ranked Syracuse (8-3, 2-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) to an 11-10 victory over fourth-ranked North Carolina (9-3, 2-3) on Saturday evening in the Carrier Dome.

Photos/Recap: Over 9,500 See No. 9 JHU Upend No. 3 Maryland

Ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins used a 4-0 run that bridged the second and third quarters to turn a 2-1 lead into a 6-1 advantage, and the Blue Jays never let third-ranked Maryland get closer in an 11-6 victory before a Homecoming crowd of 9,553 at Homewood Field on Saturday.

Sixth-Ranked Grove City Knocks off No. 14 Lourdes

Facing a top-10 program for the second time in four days, Lourdes University's lacrosse team dropped a 12-8 decision to sixth-ranked Grove City on Saturday afternoon at Central Catholic High School.

No. 1 Loyola Coasts by Boston University to Clinch PL

Loyola clinched the 2014 Patriot League men's lacrosse regular-season championship on Saturday with a 15-6 victory over visiting Boston University Saturday afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex.

No. 5 Denver Secures Big East Berth with Win vs. St. John's

Led by hat tricks from Tyler Pace (Mission, B.C.), Erik Adamson (Anaheim Hills, Calif.) and Jack Bobzien (Littleton, Colo.), No. 5 Denver defeated St. John's 16-9 in front of a record-setting sold-out crowd of 2,702 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on Saturday.

No. 16 Hofstra Bounces No. 6 Cornell on Malave's OT Goal

Mike Malave's third goal of the contest, at the 44 second mark of the first overtime, gave the 16th-ranked Hofstra Pride a 10-9 non-conference victory over the sixth-ranked Big Red of Cornell at James M. Shuart Stadium Saturday afternoon.

No. 10 Notre Dame Uses 9-0 Run to Cruise by Robert Morris

A 9-0 run that spanned most of the first and second quarters put the 10th-ranked Notre Dame lacrosse team well on its way to a 15-5 victory over Robert Morris on Saturday afternoon at Arlotta Stadium.

No. 11 Penn Defeats No. 17 Harvard in Overtime Thriller

The No. 17 Harvard lacrosse team saw a two-goal lead slip away Saturday afternoon as No. 11 Penn rallied for an 8-7 overtime win at Franklin Field.

Air Force Knocks off 11th-Ranked Fairfield to Go 3-0 in ECAC

In its final home game of the season, the Air Force lacrosse team scored a 16-8 upset over 11th-ranked conference foe Fairfield Saturday afternoon at Falcon Stadium.

Trizano Nets Three as Drexel Stuns No. 14 Massachusetts

Nick Trizano scored three times and Drexel had seven goals from its seniors as the Dragons defeated No. 14 UMass on Senior Day, 13-9. The Dragons (8-4, 3-1) won for the fourth straight time and clinched a spot in the upcoming CAA tournament. The Minutemen fell to 7-4 overall and 1-2 in the CAA.

Ambler Paces No. 15 Princeton Past Dartmouth

Ryan Ambler had a career-best seven points on three goals and four assists and Zach Currier had three goals and an assist to lead Princeton to a 13-10 win over the Big Green in front of 2,066 at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium.

No. 17 Bryant Outlasts Mount St. Mary's in NEC Action

Behind a trio of two-goal scorers, University took down Mount St. Mary's, 9-7, Saturday afternoon at the Bryant Turf Complex.

No. 2 Colorado Deals 12-9 Defeat to No. 12 Westminster

The 12th-ranked Westminster lacrosse team opened a four-game road swing with a 12-9 loss at No. 2 Colorado on Friday night in a Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference game.

No. 5 Colorado State Breezes to Victory over Utah

The #5 Colorado State Rams played deep into their roster early and often in a dominating 17-4 victory over visiting Utah on Friday afternoon.

No. 2 Duke Outguns No. 8 UVa, Clinches Share of ACC Title

James Pannell scored three goals as 13 Cavaliers scored at least one point, but it wasn't enough as No. 8 Virginia (8-5, 1-4 ACC) fell in a shootout to the No. 2 Duke Blue Devils (10-2, 4-1 ACC) on Friday night, 17-15.

Brown Rallies from Four Down but Falls to No. 13 Yale in OT

Brown rallied from four goals down at the half to send the game into overtime, but Yale's Michael Bonacci scored 1:11 into overtime to lift the Bulldogs to a 7-6 win at Stevenson Field Friday night.

No. 5 Salisbury Hands No. 2 Cabrini First Loss of the Season

No. 5 Salisbury picked up a top-five victory on Friday night over No. 2 Cabrini, 15-11, under the lights at Sea Gull Stadium.

Summary of Site Visitors' Picks for Week No. 8 of the Contest

Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 8 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.

No. 8 UVa Hosts No. 2 Duke in ACC Showdown on Friday

Virginia continues ACC play when the Cavaliers host the Duke Blue Devils on Friday evening. Faceoff is set for 6:00 p.m. UVa is ranked No. 8 in the USILA coaches poll, while Duke is ranked No. 2.

Top-Ranked RIT Uses 4-0 Q4 Run to Outlast the Golden Flyers

Top-ranked RIT scored four consecutive goals in a span of 2:14 early in the fourth quarter to break an 8-8 tie and take a 12-8 lead with 10:37 to play in regulation. Nazareth closed to within three, but the Tigers maintained the lead, defeating the Golden Flyers, 14-11, in a non-conference game.

Photos/Recap: Staats Leads No. 7 Syracuse by No. 6 Cornell

For the second game in a row, Cornell watched a close halftime contest swing the other way in the final 30 minutes, as Syracuse used an extended 8-1 run to pull away from the Big Red 14-9 on Tuesday evening at Schoellkopf Field.

Photos/Recap: #15 Princeton Ties It at 0:03, Tops Lehigh in OT

Just over a minute into the second overtime, Tom Schreiber nailed the game-winner - his fourth goal of the night - to give Princeton a frantic 10-9 victory over Lehigh. The win improved Princeton to 6-4 overall, while Lehigh fell to 9-4. The Mountain Hawks had won three straight.

Varn's Six Goals Guide No. 16 Hofstra to Win over Marist

Torin Varn recorded a career-high six goals and two assists to help lead the Hofstra Pride to a 15-10 win over the Red Foxes of Marist at James M. Shuart Stadium Tuesday night.

No. 10 Notre Dame Scores Five of Last Six to Get by Marquette

No. 10 Notre Dame scored five of the game's final six goals to capture a 12-7 victory over Marquette on Tuesday afternoon at Uihlein Park.

No. 17 Harvard Defeats Boston University for 7th Win

The No. 17 Harvard men's lacrosse team kept its home win streak alive with a 14-9 victory over Boston University Tuesday night at Harvard Stadium.

LaxPower Men's Division I Forum Poll for April 7th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for April 7th has been posted.

LaxPower Men's Division III Forum Poll for April 7th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for April 7th has been posted.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division I for April 7th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 7th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division II for April 7th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 7th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division III for April 7th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for April 7th.

No. 14 Lourdes Blanks Northwood for 10th Straight Victory

Lourdes found the scoreboard just 24 seconds into the game on Sunday afternoon and never turned back, notching the first shutout in program history with a 22-0 victory over Northwood (Mich.) at Ottawa Hills High School to improve to 10-0 on the season.

Picking Contest Results for Week No. 7; Enter Week No. 8

Two heavy favorites fell in Division I this week, but the picking was relatively easy in Division III. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.

No. 13 Westminster Explodes for 29 Goals vs. Utah

No. 13 Westminster set a school record for goals in a 29-8 win over in-state rival Utah on Saturday evening at Dumke Field.

Schultz Nets Winner as No. 1 Loyola Survives Navy in 2OT

Brian Schultz picked up the ground ball off the second overtime's opening faceoff, raced into the box and fed Justin Ward on the low left side, and Ward found Brian Schultz across the crease to score the game-winner for top-ranked Loyola in a 7-6 win over the U.S. Naval Academy on Saturday afternoon in Patriot League action.

No. 2 Cornell Upended by Harvard's Third-Quarter Run

The No.2 Big Red men's lacrosse team saw its 16-game winning-streak vs. Harvard come to an end this afternoon, as the Crimson defeated Cornell, 14-9, on Schoellkopf Field.

Wolf, Class Help No. 3 Duke Coast Past No. 7 Notre Dame

Five goals from Deemer Class and four more from Jordan Wolf propelled No. 3 Duke to a 15-7 victory over No. 7 Notre Dame in Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Arlotta Stadium.

Photos/Recap: Late Goal Lifts No. 5 UNC Past No. 8 Virginia

North Carolina senior midfielder R.G. Keenan has a habit of scoring late-game, momentum-shifting goals in his career for the Tar Heels. He did it again on Saturday on Senior Day at Fetzer Field as the #5 Tar Heels defeated the #9 Virginia Cavaliers 11-10 at sun-drenched Fetzer Field.

Sixth-Ranked Denver Escapes Villanova in Overtime

Villanova twice battled back from a three-goal deficit and tied the game with two minutes remaining in regulation at 8-8, but the 6th-ranked Denver Pioneers (9-2, 3-0) pulled out the overtime victory, 9-8, on Friday night in Villanova Stadium.

Photos/Recap: No. 10 JHU Jumps to Lead, Downs No. 16 Albany

10th-ranked Johns Hopkins jumped to a 9-1 halftime lead and never let visiting Albany get closer than five in the second half as the Blue Jays posted a 13-8 victory over the Great Danes at Homewood Field Friday night.

White Saves 16 as Towson Upends No. 11 Massachusetts

No. 11 Massachusetts suffered a heartbreaking setback at home on Garber Field Saturday afternoon as the squad dropped a 6-5 decision to Towson. The Tigers' Tyler White made 16 saves, saving the best one for 10 seconds left in the game.

Saint Joseph's Pulls Away Late to Upset No. 12 Bryant

Saint Joseph's knocked off #12 Bryant, 9-7, in Northeast Conference action to earn the program's first win over a nationally-ranked opponent in program history on Saturday afternoon at Sweeney Field.

No. 13 Fairfield Survives for One-Goal Victory at Michigan

The Battle of the Big House belonged to the No. 13 Fairfield lacrosse team, as the Stags knocked off the Michigan, 9-8, this afternoon in an ECAC Lacrosse League showdown at Michigan Stadium.

No. 14 Yale Trumps Dartmouth with Eight-Goal Run

The No. 14 Yale men's lacrosse started off slow, trailing 3-0, before scoring eight straight on the way to a 16-10 win at Dartmouth in Ivy play.

Fourth Quarter Rally Carries No. 15 Penn Over Brown

University of Pennsylvania had the upper hand most of the way during Saturday's game against Brown at Franklin Field, but the Quakers needed a late run to ultimately overcome the Bears, 10-8.

Top-Ranked Le Moyne Upended by No. 2 Adelphi

Salvatore Tuttle scored three times in the third quarter to lead second-ranked Adelphi to a 13-11 win over top-ranked Le Moyne on Saturday afternoon at Ted Grant Field in a battle of the last two undefeated teams in the country.

Schreiber Paces No. 17 Princeton to Win over Rutgers

Tom Schreiber tied his career high with seven points on four goals and three assists to lead Princeton to a much-needed 15-11 win over Rutgers in front of 1,726 at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium Saturday night.

No. 18 Army Fends off BU Rally to Escape with One-Goal Win

Boston University rallied from a four-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to make it a one-goal game, but No. 18 Army escaped with an 8-7 victory on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

Mountain Hawks Surge Past 19th-Ranked Colgate

Lehigh scored five of the first six second-half goals to turn a one-goal lead into a 10-5 advantage on its way to an impressive 11-7 win over #19 Colgate on Saturday at the Ulrich Sports Complex.

Hendrickson Nets Four as No. 20 Hofstra Squeaks by Siena

Korey Hendrickson scored four goals including the game-winner with 1:05 to play in regulation to give the 20th-ranked Hofstra Pride a 7-6 victory over the Siena Saints in a non-conference game at James M. Shuart Stadium Saturday night.

Summary of Site Visitors' Picks for Week No. 7 of the Contest

Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 7 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.

No. 8 Syracuse Gets All It Can Handle from Binghamton

No. 8 Syracuse (6-3) held off a game Binghamton bunch and emerged with a 10-8 victory against the Bearcats (3-6) Wednesday, April 2 at the Carrier Dome.

No. 14 Lourdes Goes 8-0 with Win over Lawrence Tech

Lourdes began the outdoor portion of its home schedule on Wednesday night with an 18-8 victory over Lawrence Tech at Ottawa Hills High School to improve to 8-0 on the season.

Carlson Nets Four as No. 4 Maryland Breezes by Robert Morris

Jay Carlson paced the Terrapins with four goals and an assist to lead No. 4 Maryland to a 19-6 win over Robert Morris Wednesday evening at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.

No. 12 Bryant Runs by Sacred Heart for 7th Straight Win

Behind a five-goal second quarter and four-score outings from Colin Dunster and Shane Morrell, No. 12 Bryant won its seventh-straight contest to stay perfect in Northeast Conference action, topping league foe Sacred Heart, 14-5, on the road Wednesday night.

No. 2 Salisbury Stunned by Christopher Newport in Overtime

No. 2 Salisbury fell in Capital Athletic Conference action to Christopher Newport, 8-7, on Wednesday afternoon in overtime at Captains' Stadium.

Sherman Named First-Ever Head Lacrosse Coach at Carroll U.

Chris Sherman has been named the first-ever head men's lacrosse coach at Carroll University, announced Joe Baker, Director of Athletics.

Ten Lacrosse Players Named Finalists for Senior CLASS Award

Loyola co-captains Joe Fletcher (Syracuse, N.Y./West Genesee H.S.) and Justin Ward (Glen Burnie, Md./Old Mill H.S.) have been named two of 10 finalists for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award, making Loyola the only school with a pair of finalists.

No. 13 Fairfield Beats Bucknell for Sixth Straight Victory

No. 13 Fairfield won their sixth straight contest by topping Bucknell, 10-6, this afternoon on Alumni Field. TJ Neubauer (Glen Arm, Md.) had four goals, while Dave Fleming (San Carlos, Calif.) added two goals for the Stags.

No. 14 Yale Tops Providence in Non-League Match

Dylan Levings scooped the ball off the opening face-off, sprinted toward his offensive end and got the ball to Mark Glicini for a goal seven seconds into the game. Yale never looked back during its 8-5 non-league lacrosse victory over Providence at the Ray Treacy Track Complex.

No. 21 Georgia Tech Rolls Past Tennessee

After a week off for spring break the #21 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets returned to action and did not skip a beat as they cruised past the University of Tennessee by a score of 15-4.

LaxPower Men's Division I Forum Poll for March 31st

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for March 31st has been posted.

LaxPower Men's Division III Forum Poll for March 31st

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for March 31st has been posted.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division I for March 31st

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 31st.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division II for March 31st

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 31st.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division III for March 31st

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 31st.

Picking Contest Results for Week No. 6; Enter Week No. 7

Several very heavy favorites fell in Division I this week, but the sailing was smoother in Division III. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.

Photos/Recap: No. 4 Maryland Rallies to Defeat No. 8 Virginia

The No. 8 Virginia Cavaliers (8-3, 1-2 ACC) were unable to overcome a late deficit, falling to the No. 4 Maryland Terrapins (8-1, 3-1 ACC) on a wet and windy Sunday afternoon at Byrd Stadium.

Ward, Pontrello Help No. 1 Loyola Escape No. 19 Colgate

Justin Ward and Nikko Pontrello combined for five goals and nine total points, and top-ranked Loyola defeated No. 17 Colgate, 10-8, in Patriot League action on Saturday afternoon at Andy Kerr Stadium.

No. 2 Cornell Dominates Dartmouth in Ivy League Action

The No. 2 Big Red scored the first four goals of the contest and then opened up a 10-2 lead at the half before rolling to the 19-4 victory over Dartmouth this afternoon on Scully-Fahey Field in Hanover, N.H.

No. 3 Duke Use Face-off Wins, 8-1 Run to Defeat Harvard

Brendan Fowler won 21 faceoffs and Christian Walsh scored five goals to lead No. 3 Duke to the 500th victory in program history with a 17-11 decision over visiting Harvard in action on Saturday at a rain-soaked Koskinen Stadium.

No. 5 Tar Heels Mount Second Half Rally to Down No. 9 JHU

Fifth-ranked North Carolina outscored ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins 9-2 over the last 31:30 of the game to beat the Blue Jays 13-9 at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon.

No. 10 Syracuse Upends No. 7 Notre Dame for First ACC Win

No. 10 Syracuse (5-3, 1-3 ACC) picked up its first Atlantic Coast Conference win with an 11-10 victory against No. 7 Notre Dame (4-3, 2-1 ACC) Saturday, March 29 at the Carrier Dome.

Berg Nets Six as No. 6 Denver Runs Past Georgetown

Georgetown (3-7, 0-3 Big East) held a late first quarter advantage before No. 6 Denver (8-2, 2-0 Big East) went on a six-goal run, putting the Hoyas in a hole too deep to climb from in 17-9 loss at Multi-Sport Field on a rainy Saturday afternoon.

No. 18 Penn Wins Defensive Battle, Upends No. 11 Yale

Penn put forth an outstanding defensive effort on Saturday afternoon at Yale's Reese Stadium, and pulled out a 6-5 victory over the 11th-ranked Bulldogs. Conrad Oberbeck, Brandon Mangan and Michael Keasey each had two points, but it wasn't enough to get Yale its second Ivy League victory this season.

Massa Perfect at FO as No. 12 Bryant Defeats Richmond

Despite Richmond closing the gap to one-goal game early in the fourth, No. 12 Bryant took advantage of a perfect day at the X from junior faceoff specialist Kevin Massa (Huntington, N.Y.) and used a late spark from its top midfield line to pull out its sixth-straight victory, 9-6, Saturday afternoon at Cold Spring Harbor High School.

Lyle Thompson Leads No. 13 Albany by Vermont

Graham Horvath scored four times, but the Catamounts fell to 13th-ranked Albany in the conference opener Saturday at John Fallon Field. Albany improves to 4-4 overall and 1-0 in league play, while Vermont drops to 5-4 and 0-1 in conference.

Kelly Saves 16 as Brown Topples No. 15 Princeton

Jack Kelly (West Islip, NY) made 16 saves and sophomore Kylor Bellistri (Potomac, MD) provided the offense with three goals to lead Brown to an 11-10 Ivy League win over #15 Princeton, beating the Tigers for the first time since 2008.

No. 16 Fairfield Tops Bellarmine in ECAC Lacrosse Opener

No. 16 Fairfield won their fifth straight game and their ECAC Lacrosse League opener by topping Bellarmine, 9-3, this afternoon. The Stags are now 7-2 on the season.

Villanova Builds Lead, Fends off Rally by No. 17 Penn State

The visiting Villanova Wildcats built a four-goal lead in the third quarter and fended off a late Nittany Lion rally to win, 9-7, Saturday afternoon at rainy Penn State Lacrosse Field.

Big Second Half Spells Victory for No. 20 Army over Bucknell

A dominant second half effort turned a 6-4 Army halftime lead into a lopsided 11-6 victory over visiting Bucknell in Patriot League action on a rainy Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium.

No. 1 Le Moyne Uses a 14-0 Run to Defeat Saint Anselm

Andrew Chadderdon (Auburn, N.Y./Auburn) tallied a career-high seven points on five goals and two assists as top-ranked Le Moyne cruised to an 18-5 win over Saint Anselm on Saturday in Northeast-10 Conference play at Grappone Stadium.

No. 2 Salisbury Escapes with Win at No. 15 Mary Washington

No. 2 Salisbury came out victorious at No. 15 University of Mary Washington, 10-7, in a close, physical Capital Athletic Conference match-up on Saturday.

Summary of Site Visitors' Picks for Week No. 6 of the Contest

Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 6 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. Results for this week and the slate for next week's installment of the contest should be posted by Sunday evening.

No. 16 Westminster Knocks off No. 14 Cal Poly

16th-ranked Westminster beat a ranked opponent for the second-straight outing in a 9-4 win over No. 14 Cal Poly on Friday evening at Dumke Field.

No. 6 Colorado State Edges No. 15 Davenport

Sixth-ranked Colorado State won the opening game of their four-game homestand with an 11-9 victory over No. 15 Davenport on a chilly Thursday evening.

No. 20 Lourdes Remains Unbeaten, Cruises by Siena Heights

Lourdes continued its unblemished inaugural season on Wednesday evening with a convincing 11-2 victory over Siena Heights at O'Laughlin Stadium in Adrian, Mich.

Kavanagh Nets Seven as No. 7 Notre Dame Beats Ohio State

A program record-tying seven goals from Matt Kavanagh propelled seventh-ranked Notre Dame to a 13-7 victory over Ohio State on Tuesday afternoon at a blustery Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.

Edwards' FOs/Assists Help Canisius in Upset of No. 13 Albany

Canisius never trailed in a 14-10 upset at No. 13 Albany on Tuesday afternoon, posting the program's first-ever win against a nationally-ranked school. With the win, the Griffs improve to 4-4 on the season, while the Great Danes drop to 3-4.

No. 12 Bryant Escapes with One-Goal Win at Providence

Cody O'Donnell (Smithfield, R.I.) found the back of the net twice, including scoring the game winner with less than four minutes to play, as No. 12 Bryant held on for a 7-6 road win over Providence Tuesday night in an Ocean State Cup classic.

Kelly Tallies 7 Pts. as No. 1 Le Moyne Downs No. 6 Merrimack

Kevin Kelly registered a career-best seven points to lead top-ranked Le Moyne to a 16-9 win over sixth-ranked Merrimack on Tuesday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action at Ted Grant Field.

High Point Adds 15 Recruits for the 2015 Lacrosse Season

Head coach Jon Torpey has announced the addition of 15 players to High Point for the 2015 season. The group will join HPU in the fall of 2014 and includes four attackmen, six midfielders, four defensemen and one goalkeeper.

Greg Zecca Named New Head Lacrosse Coach at Ohio Valley

Ohio Valley University Athletic Director Dennis Cox recently announced the appointment of Gregory Zecca, from Port Republic, Maryland, as head men's lacrosse coach.

Fairman Rallies Griffins to OT Win vs. No. 8 UC Santa Barbara

18th-ranked Westminster used four goals from Elias Fairman to rally for an 11-10 overtime victory against No. 8 UC Santa Barbara on Mon. night at Judge Memorial.

Four Have Hat Tricks as No. 8 Virginia Cruises Past VMI

Ryan Lukacovic scored a career-high nine points and Joe French added a career-high six points as the No. 8 Virginia Cavaliers (8-2) cruised to a 21-3 victory Monday night at Klockner Stadium over the VMI Keydets (1-9).

LaxPower Men's Division I Forum Poll for March 24th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division I for March 24th has been posted.

LaxPower Men's Division III Forum Poll for March 24th

The LaxPower Forum Poll for Men's Division III for March 24th has been posted.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division I for March 24th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 24th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division II for March 24th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 24th.

USILA Coaches' Poll for Division III for March 24th

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 24th.

Photos/Recap: Class Leads No. 3 Duke Rout of No. 6 Syracuse

Deemer Class scored six goals and handed out four assists to lead No. 3 Duke past No. 6 Syracuse, 21-7, in ACC men's lacrosse action on a rainy afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.

Princeton's Froccaro's 10 Goals vs. Yale - Historic Context

Jake Froccaro, a sophomore midfielder who was the Ivy Rookie of the Year last year, scored 10 goals in Princeton's 16-15 loss to the Bulldogs. It was a performance that has rarely been matched in lacrosse history.

Picking Contest Results for Week No. 5; Enter Week No. 6

It was a battle in Division I this week, with several tough-to-call games and one notable upset. In Division III, results for contestants were better, although not all favorites prevailed. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.

Photos: North Carolina-Duke and Virginia-Johns Hopkins

Photographs are available of the action from two of Saturday's Division I games.

Top-Ranked Arizona State Overpowers No. 10 Simon Fraser

No. 10 Simon Fraser would claw their way back from an early 2-0 deficit to tie the game at 2-2, but would be unable to contain the high powered offense of top-ranked Arizona State on the day, falling to the No. 1 Sun Devils 18-5.

No. 12 Chapman Knocks off No. 3 Colorado State

The #3 Colorado State Rams dropped a one-goal decision to the #12 Chapman Panthers to close their spring break trip. The Rams came back from a 5-3 deficit to tie the game late before the Panthers notched the winner with 3:46 remaining and handed CSU a 6-5 loss.

No. 1 Maryland Handed First Defeat by No. 7 North Carolina

Seventh-ranked North Carolina's efficient offense, combined with an outstanding defensive effort, led the Tar Heels to an 11-8 victory over top-ranked Maryland in men's lacrosse action Saturday afternoon at Kenan Stadium before a crowd of 6,135.

Second-Ranked Greyhounds Leave Lafayette in the Dust

Loyola starting attack of Justin Ward, Nikko Pontrello and Brian Schultz all scored four goals, and six other Greyhounds tallied at least one, as No. 2-ranked Loyola beat visiting Lafayette, 21-4, in Patriot League action Saturday afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex.

No. 4 Cornell Remains Undefeated with Rout of No. 14 Penn

After a slow start saw the No. 4 Big Red men's lacrosse team fall behind 3-1 to No. 14 Penn, Cornell completely dominated the middle two quarters en route to a 17-9 victory on Adams Field at Penn Park.

No. 5 Denver Handles Rutgers for Seventh Victory

Four Pioneers finished with four points each as No. 5 Denver defeated Rutgers 17-11 in front of a sell-out crowd of 2,232 fans at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium in snowy conditions on Saturday afternoon.

No. 10 Virginia Prevails in Overtime vs. No. 9 Johns Hopkins

Greg Coholan scored his third goal of the game with 1:09 remaining in the first overtime period to lift 10th-ranked Virginia to an 11-10 victory against ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins before a crowd of 4,737 at Klockner Stadium Saturday afternoon.

Team Effort Gives No. 11 Massachusetts a Win over Hartford

No. 11 Massachusetts netted a 12-6 victory over Hartford at Garber Field on Saturday afternoon through a balanced attack as eight Minutemen combined to produce the 12 goals.

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