The No. 16 Loyola women's lacrosse team snapped Navy's 10-game win streak at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon, picking up a 14-4 win to finish league play undefeated and win the Patriot League regular season title.
Extending the nation's longest winning streak to 13 games, the Trinity Bantams dominated possession with a 16-to-9 edge on the draw on its way to a 16-7 victory over the visiting Middlebury Panthers in NESCAC women's lacrosse action this afternoon on Sheppard Field.
Second-ranked North Carolina got hat tricks from Aly Messinger and Sammy Jo Tracy and beat third-ranked Duke, 12-6, on Friday night at Koskinen Stadium to capture the 2015 ACC regular season championship.
The top two women's lacrosse teams in the Midwest battled toe-to-toe, punching and counter-punching through six ties on Thursday night at Arlotta Stadium. Befitting of a prizefight, it would be settled by a 10-9 score with No. 7 Northwestern narrowly out-slugging No. 10 Notre Dame.
The NCAA has announced the April 15th regional rankings for Divisions II and III. These rankings will continue on a weekly basis to the begnnning in May, concluding prior to the actual tournament selections.
A sluggish start did not deter the No. 12 Penn State women's lacrosse team, which used a 7-0 first-half run en route to a 13-9 victory over Cornell Tuesday evening at Schoellkopf Field. Steph Lazo fired three goals to pace the Nittany Lions, who won their sixth straight.
The top four – Maryland, North Carolina, Duke, and Boston College – remain the same in this week's IWLCA Division I Weekly Poll for April 13, 2015. Notre Dame moves into the top half of the poll this week at #10.
Adelphi and Lock Haven, sharing the first-place votes, are again vying for the top two spots in the IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for April 13, 2015. Le Moyne and Lindenwood switched spots and are now #3 and #4, respectively.
With a 9-6 win over Boston University at Ridley Athletic Complex Saturday afternoon, the 17th-ranked Loyola women's lacrosse team clinched a bye in the first round of the upcoming Patriot League Tournament.
The 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team outscored host Bucknell 10-3 in the second half en route to a 16-5 win Saturday afternoon. The wins pushes the Blue Jays' win streak to nine as they improve to 11-2 on the season, while the Bison slip to 2-13.
Goalkeeper Kelsey Duryea and the defensive unit limited 18th-ranked Ohio State to just one first-half goal to guide third-ranked Duke to a 15-6 victory over the Buckeyes Thursday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.
Notre Dame's Liz O'Sullivan made a save on Kayla Treanor's free position attempt with 1:45 remaining in overtime to seal the No. 13 Fighting Irish's 12-11 victory against the No. 7 Orange on Tuesday, April 7.
The undefeated (12-0) Maryland Terrapins are #1 for the ninth straight week, again receiving all 20 first-place votes. The North Carolina Tar Heels remain #2, followed by the Duke Blue Devils at #3, their highest ranking of the 2015 season.
Adelphi, with a perfect 10-0 record and 18 of 20 first-place votes, sits atop of the IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for April 6, 2015. Both Lock Haven and Lindenwood are also undefeated at #2 and #3, respectively.
Northwestern stormed out of the gates, saw No. 11 Penn rally to force overtime, and ultimately came away victorious on junior Kaleigh Craig's game-winning goal with just 13 seconds left in a thrilling affair at Lakeside Field Sunday afternoon, 9-8.
Drexel fell behind early and could not dig out of the hole as the Dragons fell to No. 14 James Madison, 17-9. Drexel allowed the Dukes to score the first seven goals of the game before the Dragons responded with four straight, but James Madison was able to hold the Dragons at bay the rest of the afternoon.
Cortney Fortunato tallied eight points, including six goals, Barbara Sullivan controlled a school-record-tying nine draws and Liz O'Sullivan made a career-high 11 saves as all three areas of the field contributed to the highest ranked true road win in Notre Dame's women's lacrosse history on a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon as the Irish downed No. 4 Virginia, 14-4.
Fifth-ranked Duke outlasted third-ranked Boston College, 13-8, in a contest that took over two-and-a-half hours on Saturday. The Blue Devils limited the Eagles to just two scores in the first half and held off a Bc rally midway through the second.
The No. 10 University of Louisville lacrosse team fell 18-5 to No. 2 North Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the UofL Lacrosse Stadium. The Cards fall to 9-4 on the season and 1-3 in ACC play, while UNC improves to 11-2 overall and 4-1 in league play.
The No. 9 Stony Brook women's lacrosse team limited the nation's second-ranked scoring offense to its lowest goal total of the season in a 7-5 triumph over rival No. 19 Albany Saturday at LaValle Stadium.
A comeback attemptcame up just short for Yale Saturday afternoon against No. 15 Princeton. After falling behind 6-2 midway through the first half, the Bulldogs shut the Tigers out for the next 42:55 while closing to within 6-5. But a goal by Princeton with 1:04 to play snapped the scoreless streak and helped seal a 7-5 Tigers win.
Denver suffered a rare conference defeat Friday afternoon. The Pioneers lost to the Stanford Cardinal 14-7 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The loss snapped a 17-game conference winning streak dating to April 21, 2012.
Brittain Altomare had four goals and one assist for a game-high five points, while senior goalie Kelsey Gregerson had nine saves and five ground balls to lead Hofstra to a commanding 13-8 win over #14 James Madison on Friday evening at James M. Shuart Stadium.
The U19 Haudenosaunee team that will be competing in the World Cup in Scotland this July is excited to announce the captains that will lead this team: Alie Jimerson, Dana Isaacs, McKenzie Harris, and Cheyenne Burnam.
It doesn't get much more low scoring than the first half between No. 11 Penn and Columbia – the Quakers held a 1-0 lead at intermission – but the Red and Blue rallied with a dominant second half on the scoreboard en route to a 10-1 win at Kraft Field.
Dakotah Savitcheff and Rachel Bowles combined for seven goals to lead 19th-ranked Albany past Vermont, 11-1, in America East lacrosse action Wednesday at John Fallon Field. Albany snapped Vermont's five-game win steak to improve to 9-1 on the year.
The Maryland Terrapins, with all 20 first-place votes, sit atop the IWLCA's Division I weekly poll for March 30, 2015. This is their eighth straight week as #1. North Carolina moves back into #2, Boston College is #3.
Trinity (CT) is #1 in the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for March 30, 2015 for the first time this season. Colby and Middlebury rise to #2 and #3, respectively. Franklin & Marshall is in the #4 spot.
No. 17 Notre Dame stared at a 7-1 deficit against No. 3 North Carolina on Saturday at Arlotta Stadium and responded with a fury, tying the game at 8-8 with just over five minutes to play before falling to the Tar Heels, 9-8.
The No. 18 Ohio State lacrosse team fought back from a two-goal deficit in the second half to defeat Hofstra Sunday afternoon, 12-11, at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, marking the third consecutive one-goal game between the two schools.
Jenna Reifler scored four goals and tallied a career-best six points in leading 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 15-5 win over visiting UC Davis Saturday night. The Blue Jays pick up their sixth straight win and improve to 8-2 on the season, while the Aggies fall to 1-7.
Led by a balanced attack and stauch defense, the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (10-0, 1-0 B1G) picked up a dominant 16-5 win over No. 4 Northwestern (5-3, 0-1) Thursday night in the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse game.
Faye Brust and Hannah Koloski scored four goals apiece to lead No. 10 Louisville to a 15-4 win over Longwood on Wednesday afternoon. Kaylin Morissette finished with a school record 18 draw controls. The Cardinals improve to 8-2 on the year, while Longwood falls to 2-8.
Eight Tigers scored, with Erin Slifer, Olivia Hompe and Anna Doherty leading the charge with four apiece, as No. 11 Princeton defeated California 19-7, thanks to an 11-1 second-half offensive explosion.
No. 1 Franklin & Marshall suffered a hearting-breaking 8-7 loss to No. 10 Salisbury in women's lacrosse action Wednesday evening at Tylus Field. The Diplomats picked up their first loss of the year and dropped to 7-1, while the Sea Gulls improved to 6-2.
Powered by six goals and one assist by sophomore Courtney Murphy, the No. 12 Stony Brook lacrosse team toppled Rutgers, 16-4, Tuesday night at LaValle Stadium. With the win, the Seawolves improved to 8-0 on the season.
The undefeated Maryland Terrapins, while receiving all 20-first place votes, hold onto the top spot in the IWLCA's Division I Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Boston College is #2, while the North Carolina slides into #3.
Adelphi, Lock Haven and Lindenwood hold on to the top three spots again in this week's IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Le Moyne moves back into the top four for the second time this season.
Franklin & Marshall, Trinity, Colby, and Middlebury sit at the top of the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Colby moves into the top four for the first time this year, while Trinity and Middlebury move back into the top four for the first time since the pre-season poll.
No. 3 Boston College (9-0, 4-0 ACC) downed No. 2 North Carolina (8-2, 2-1 ACC), 10-9, Saturday night in overtime. Senior midfielder Mikaela Rix scored the game-winner, and sophomore goaltender Zoe Ochoa came up with a last-second save.
Chris Sailer's 350th career win couldn't have been against a better opponent, her alma mater, Harvard. Princeton used a big second half to catapault to a 17-11 win over Harvard to improve to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the Ivy League.