Chad Tutton's goal snapped a tie with 3:50 left, Kieren Burke made 40% of his saves after that, and North Carolina held off Princeton 13-11 in front of 1,717 at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium.
Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 3 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.
Brigham Young started the most difficult week of its regular season schedule with a 5-6 win against Michigan State. The two teams faced-off, Wednesday, on Kittredge Field at the University of Colorado.
Cornell went on a 12-0 run to erase an early Canisius lead and remain unbeaten with a 19-6 victory over the Golden Griffins on Tuesday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red improved to 4-0 on the season, while Canisius slipped to 2-2.
No. 19 St. John's cut a six-goal deficit to two midway through the fourth quarter but couldn't complete the comeback in a 16-11 road loss at No. 17 Drexel in non-conference play at a frigid Vidas Field on Tuesday afternoon.
Rutgers senior attackman Scott Klimchak scored the game-winning goal with 45 seconds remaining in overtime as the Scarlet Knights rallied to defeat No. 20 Army, 9-8, under the Michie Stadium lights Tuesday night.
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has announced the complete schedule and division alignments for the 2014 FIL Men's World Championship, which takes place July 10-19 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo.,
After giving up a 3-0 lead to sit tied 3-3 at the end of the first quarter, No. 14 Simon Fraser outscored No. 12 Oregon 12-2 the rest of the way, handing the Ducks their worst loss of the season in what was a convincing win for the 4-1 Clan.
The Genesee Community College coaching staff recently announced their captains and schedule for the 2014 men's lacrosse season. Awarded the honor of leading their team are sophomores Johnny Astrologo (Mahopac), Craig Seneca (Gowanda), and Tyler Skowronski (Clarence).
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has released its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 3rd. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 3rd. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 3rd. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
Snow moved Colorado State's home opener against the University of Texas off campus to the Loveland Sports Park as the Rams moved to 3-0 on the season with a 4-3 struggle over the Longhorns on Sunday afternoon.
This week's results of games for Division I and Division III were affected by upsets, including losses by two teams favored by 90% of more of people entering. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III.
Mike Chanenchuk tied his career high with five goals to pace the offense, while Niko Amato made 17 saves to anchor the defense in the No. 3 Maryland lacrosse team's 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke Saturday afternoon in front of 5,055 at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
For the second straight season, Notre Dame staged a furious second half rally to beat North Carolina in men's lacrosse action as the #11 Fighting Irish prevailed 11-10 over the second-ranked Tar Heels at Fetzer Field before a crowd of 2,232 fans.
James Pannell scored a career-high seven goals and Mark Cockerton tied a career high with seven points as the No. 4 Virginia Cavaliers (6-0, 1-0 ACC) pulled away from the No. 8 Syracuse Orange (2-2, 0-2 ACC) for a 17-12 triumph on Saturday night.
Visiting Johns Hopkins used an 8-1 run that bridged the second and third quarters to turn a 4-4 tie into a 12-5 advantage and the fifth-ranked Blue Jays never let 10th-ranked Princeton get closer than four in the final 20 minutes of the game in a 15-9 victory at Class of 1952 Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Loyola's Kevin Ryan scored a career-high five goals, and Jack Runkel made 13 saves in goal as the seventh-ranked Greyhounds beat No. 14 Lehigh University, 14-7, on Saturday afternoon in Patriot League action at Ulrich Sports Complex.
The No. 19-ranked Ohio State men's lacrosse team lost to No. 9 Penn State, 11-8, Saturday afternoon in front of 1,341 fans in Ohio Stadium. The win gives Penn State (3-1) the 2014 the Creator's Trophy title after a win over Michigan earlier this season.
A goal with 25 seconds left in regulation from freshman Ian King(Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier) sent the contest into overtime, but a tally from Cornell's Matt Donovan with 1:41 left in overtime lifted the No. 15 Big Red to a 15-14 victory over Michigan on Saturday (March 1) at Oosterbaan Field House.
Despite hat tricks from sophomore Eric Rankel (Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West) and freshman JonPatrik Kealey (Ottawa, Ontario/South Carleton), Robert Morris fell to No. 15 Drexel this afternoon, 18-12.
Cortland's Nate Beresovoy scored the go-ahead goal with two minutes, 21 seconds remaining in regulation and Scott Tota stuffed Union's Greg Mooney's game-tying bid in the closing seconds, as the No. 2 Red Dragons pulled out a 7-6 win versus the Dutchmen Saturday afternoon at the Stadium Complex.
Gettysburg tied Salisbury 8-8 seconds into the fourth quarter, but the fourth-ranked Sea Gulls pulled away over the remainder of the period as the 19th-ranked Bullets dropped an 11-9 non-conference decision Saturday afternoon at cold and windy Shirk Field at Musselman Stadium.
Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 2 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.
Mark Cockerton scored a career-high seven goals to lift the No. 4 Virginia Cavaliers (5-0) to a 14-6 road triumph over the Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers (0-4) on Tuesday afternoon at Waldron Family Stadium.
Forest Sonnenfeldt scored three goals and Tucker Shanley added two, as Princeton defeated Manhattan 14-8 on a frozen night at Gaelic Park. With its two senior big men back, Princeton built a 13-3 lead after three quarters.
The Wildcats rallied from a three-goal deficit and came back to tie the contest on five separate occasions before netting the game-winner in overtime as Villanova defeated No. 15 Drexel 11-10 on Tuesday evening at Villanova Stadium.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for February 24th. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for February 24th. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division III Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for February 24th. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
Colorado State got goals from 11 different players and a combined 13 saves from its goaltenders in an impressive 14-7 victory over the #8 Oregon Ducks on Sunday morning in the closing game of the inaugural Lax Coaches vs. Cancer event.
This week's results of games for Division I and Division III were riddled with upsets, at least in the eyes of numerous contestants, so average scores were low. See the details below and on the contest pages for Men's Division I and Men's Division III
Duke's defense held visiting Stony Brook scoreless in the first half, while senior Josh Dionne joined the 100-goal club, as the No. 2 Blue Devils posted a 14-6 win on a sunny Sunday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.
In its second-ever visit to the Carrier Dome, No. 7 Maryland (3-0, 1-0 ACC) defeated No. 1 Syracuse (2-1, 0-1 ACC), 16-8, in the inaugural ACC contest for the Orange Saturday, Feb. 22. The Terps outscored the Orange 14-5 after the first quarter, including a 10-2 margin in the second frame.
Joey Sankey matched his career high with seven points on three goals and four assists to lead the #3 North Carolina men's lacrosse team past Dartmouth 18-5 Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 1,125 fans at Fetzer Field.
No. 4 Notre Dame scored four of the game's last five goals, but it wasn't enough, as No. 12 Penn State spoiled the Fighting Irish home opener with an 8-7 decision in men's lacrosse action Saturday afternoon at Arlotta Stadium.
Using an 11-2 run, the No. 5 Virginia Cavaliers (4-0) ran away with a 19-12 triumph over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (2-1) Saturday evening inside Klockner Stadium. UVa has now started seven-straight seasons with a 4-0 record
Brian Kavanagh made 10 saves in the first half and Princeton's offense exploded in the second half, and added together the result was a tough 12-10 win over Hofstra in front of 1,231 at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium.
Andy Shay could not have asked for much more on an opening day. His 11th season in New Haven was greated with balanced scoring, a dozen caused turnovers from a variety of players and a 10-6 win over No. 19 St. John's before 1,290 fans.
Spurred by second-half offense and a stifling defensive performance, No. 14 Massachusetts men's lacrosse defeated Harvard in the home-opener for the Minutemen, 8-4 at Garber Field on Saturday afternoon.
Boston University gave No. 15 Lehigh a scare in the Terriers' first-ever Patriot League game, but the Mountain Hawks rallied from an early deficit to defeat BU, 10-7, on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
Hobart senior Peter Zonino made 18 saves and limited No. 16 Cornell to just seven goals through the first 56 minutes of today's non-conference contest at Schoellkof Field. Unfortunately for the Statesmen, the Big Red scored five times in the final three minutes to steal a 12-8 victory.
Junior Casey Jackson (Victoria, BC/Claremont) scored with 0.2 seconds to play in regulation, and Taylor Wisman (Seattle, WA/Inglemoor) scored at 2:17 of overtime, giving No. 2 RIT (1-0) a thrilling 15-14 come-from-behind win over No. 1 Stevenson (1-1).
Colorado State kicked off their 2014 men's lacrosse season with an 8-6 victory over #12 Grand Canyon on a gorgeous Friday evening at the Hovley Soccer Park in Palm Desert, CA. The Rams fell behind 3-1 early in the contest before scoring seven straight goals.
DURHAM, N.C. – No. 2 Duke wons it third straight game to open the season. Josh Dionne and Jordan Wolf scored three times each, and Case Matheis added a pair, to lead the Blue Devils past No. 18 Penn in lacrosse action Friday night. Photos of the game are by Jack Tarr.
Summaries of site visitors' choices for the matches in the Week No. 1 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.
The No. 1-ranked Orange (2-0, 0-0 ACC) begins a new era in its storied history Saturday, Feb. 22 when it hosts No. 7 Maryland (2-0, 0-0 ACC) at the Carrier Dome in its inaugural Atlantic Coast Conference game.
Twenty players have been named as candidates for the men's lacrosse Senior CLASS Award for excellence on and off the field. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: classroom, character, community and competition.
Colorado State University opens its season this weekend at the first annual Lax Coaches vs. Cancer event in Palm Desert, CA. The Rams, ranked #1 in the MCLA preseason poll, will face the #12 Grand Canyon Antelopes and #8 Oregon Ducks on Friday evening and Sunday morning, respectively.
On Saturday, February 22, the Catholic University men's lacrosse team will be hosting the first Face-Off for a Cause event of 2014. The event will start at 10:00 am with a youth lacrosse clinic in Cardinal Stadium followed by a collegiate lacrosse double-header.
Following a one-goal loss to No. 4 Brigham Young the day prior, No. 17 Simon Fraser showed no signs of fatigue, instead taking out their discontent on Boise State, overpowering the Broncos by a final score of 27-5 to claim their first PNCLL Divisional match-up of the 2014 season and improve to 2-1 on the year.
Down 6-2 at the intermission, No. 17 Simon Fraser went on a 4-goal run in the second half to tie the game at 6-6 mid way through the fourth quarter; however, BYU would finally answer with two late goals of their own and then hang on despite a final one-goal push from the Clan, before running out the game's final minute to walk away with a narrow 8-7 victory.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has released its Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for February 17th. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page, where you'll find a weekly poll matrix for the season as well as links to teams' schedules and scores.
LANCASTER, Pa. – After reaching the semifinals of the Centennial Conference tournament last season, Gettysburg College was picked to finish third in the conference's preseason coaches poll, it was announced Tuesday.
No. 1 Syracuse survived a high-scoring overtime thriller with No. 10 Albany when Henry Schoonmaker netted the winning goal, his first ever, just 28 seconds into the extra period in front of 6,484 fans on Sunday at the Carrier Dome.
The second-ranked University of North Carolina men's lacrosse team defeated Manhattan, 21-5, Sunday afternoon at Navy Field as Joey Sankey, Chad Tutton and Shane Simpson all recorded hat tricks for the Tar Heels.
Clearly the cold South Bend winter has not affected University of Notre Dame as the fifth-ranked Fighting Irish were red-hot in Sunday's 19-7 season-opening victory over Jacksonville in the Moe's Southwest Grill Lacrosse Classic at EverBank Field.
Mark Cockerton scored his second goal of the game with just 15 seconds remaining in regulation to give No. 7 Virginia an 11-10 win at Vidas Field. It was the third straight time the Cavaliers (3-0) have beaten the Dragons (0-1) by just one goal.
Nick Mariano scored the game-winning goal with seven seconds left in overtime to give UMass men's lacrosse an 12-11 victory over No. 14 Ohio State at the Moe's Southwest Grill Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday evening.
Lehigh and Villanova were stuck at 6-6 for more than 23 minutes spanning most of the fourth quarter and multiple overtimes until junior Kurtis Kaunas ended the marathon with seven seconds left in the third overtime. His goal gave the Mountain Hawks a thrilling 7-6 victory on a cold Sunday afternoon.
Behind four-point efforts from rookie attack Tucker James (Essex Fells, N.J.) and sophomore midfielder Collins Gantz (Denver, Colo.), Bryant saw nine different scorers finds the back of the net as the Bulldogs topped No. 15 Bucknell, 12-9, in Sunday afternoon's home opener at the Bryant Turf Complex.
A seven-goal third period and hat tricks from all three of its starting attackmen guided the St. John's lacrosse team to a 15-13 season-opening win over Holy Cross at DaSilva Memorial Field on Sunday afternoon.
Freshman attackman Alex O'Brien (Hanson, Mass./Boston College High) opened his collegiate career with five goals and two assists to lead the top-ranked Le Moyne lacrosse team to a 12-6 win over Assumption in Northeast-10 Conference action on Sunday night at the Carrier Dome.
Duke sophomore goalkeeper Luke Aaron came off the bench to record nine saves over the final three periods as the third-ranked Blue Devils posted a 14-10 win over fourth-ranked Denver on Saturday afternoon in Durham, N.C.
Senior Mike Chanenchuk paced the Terrapins with two goals and a career high three assists to lead the No. 6 University of Maryland men's lacrosse team to a 14-3 win over UMBC Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
The No. 9 Penn State men's lacrosse team came back from a four-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to force overtime, but No. 12 Loyola scored on its first shot in the extra frame for a 12-11 victory Saturday at Holuba Hall in front of 1,067 fans.
11th-ranked Johns Hopkins got four goals from senior Brandon Benn, sophomore Ryan Brown and freshman John Crawley and one goal and five assists from junior Wells Stanwick as the Blue Jays powered past visiting Towson, 15-8, at blustery Homewood Field Saturday afternoon.
The 2014 Lafayette men's lacrosse team returns 22 letterwinners and eight starters from last year's squad. Head coach Jim Rogalski is entering his second season at Lafayette, as the Leopards open the 2014 campaign at Stony Brook on Tuesday night.
Greg Korvin drove down the ride side past a Hornet defender towards the goal and planted a shot in the right side of the cage with 57 seconds left in overtime to lift Salisbury over Lynchburg, 12-11, on a snowy Saturday afternoon at Sea Gull Stadium.
Brigham Young's men's lacrosse team defeated the Boise State Broncos, 14-6, Friday on Boise State's Recreation Turf Field. The victory improved the Cougar's 2014 record to 2-0, while the Broncos starte the year with two straight losses.
Ohio Northern University has announced that it has tabbed current Washington and Lee assistant men's lacrosse coach Nat St. Laurent to serve as the first head coach for the Polar Bears lacrosse program.
February 15, 2014, will be the dawning of a new era in the rich history of Hobart College lacrosse. The Statesmen will compete in the Northeast Conference for the first time and be under the direction of first-year head coach Greg Raymond.
The St. John's lacrosse program heads into the 2014 season with 22 returning letterwinners and eight incumbent starters from a team that put together one of the best campaigns in school history in 2013.
Nazareth was picked to successfully defend its Empire 8 Conference title in 2014 according to a pre-season poll conducted by the league's head coaches. Ithaca received the remaining first-place vote and finished second with 42 points. Stevens (38 points) and St. John Fisher (28) rounded out the top four.
Cabrini was selected first in the 2014 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) men's lacrosse preseason coaches' poll. The 13-time defending champions received six first-place votes and 36 points total, with Centenary in second and Gwynedd-Mercy University in third.
Jerry Price, Senior Associate Director of Athletics at Princeton University and the Athletic Communications contact for men's lacrosse, has assembled a list of the top 25 Princeton players of the last 25 years.
Just days before the Hofstra men's lacrosse season opener this Saturday against Marquette University at James M. Shuart Stadium, Pride senior midfielder Anthony Zappone was selected as the Nick Colleluori Memorial Award recipient.
We're again holding the picking contests for Men's Division I and Division III this spring. The first of 10 installments will involve games to be played on 2/22-2/23, with the entry deadline being 6:00 pm ET on 2/21.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – No. 1 Syracuse converted on 50 percent of its shots in cruising to a season-opening 19-7 victory over Siena on Monday at the Carrier Dome. Dylan Donahue and Kevin Rice combined for 17 points for the Orange. Photos of the action are by Rich Barnes.
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Garnering all six possible first-place votes, Bryant University has been tabbed at the top of the 2014 Northeast Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, as announced by league officials Monday afternoon.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has announced its Division II and Division III Men's Lacrosse Preseason Coaches' Polls. The rankings appear below. They also appear on the Polls page.