EVANSTON, Ill. -- By working its way to a 5-0 lead and holding its opponent without a shot for the first 17 minutes of the game, No. 2 Northwestern set the tone for what turned into a convincing 15-7 win over No. 7 Penn State in the NCAA quarterfinals in front of over 1,100 fans Saturday night.
CHAPEL HILL – Third-seeded North Carolina scored three times in the first minute of the game, pouncing on unseeded Virginia and winning, 13-9, in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon at Fetzer Field. With the victory, Carolina (16-3) advances to the NCAA semifinals for the fourth time in the last five seasons.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Trailing by two with just over two minutes to play in regulation, No. 2 Limestone (20-1, 7-0 CC) rallied to force overtime and scored on an empty net in sudden victory to earn an 11-10 double overtime victory over No. 3 Rollins to advance to the NCAA Division II championship game.
Owings Mills, Md. - Trinity scored the game's final three goals to turn a 6-5 second-half deficit into an 8-6 win over Cortland in the NCAA Division III semifinals this afternoon at Stevenson University's Mustang Stadium.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – No. 2 Salisbury overcame its first second-half deficit of the season, scoring with just over eight minutes to play, breaking a 7-7 tie, to collect an 8-7 victory over No. 3 Middlebury College in the NCAA Division III semifinals.
ELON, N.C. – Elon women's lacrosse head coach Josh Hexter has announced the roster for the program's inaugural season in 2014. The 26-person team will be made up of 22 freshmen, two sophomores, and two seniors.
NIAGARA UNIV., N.Y. - Niagara University signed prospective student-athletes Laura Messer, Amanda Yavorek and Holly Vulpis to national letters of intent during the spring signing period, lacrosse head coach Wendy Stone announced this week.
EVANSTON, Ill. -- With dominant all-around performances by senior Taylor Thornton and junior Alyssa Leonard, two-time defending NCAA champion Northwestern pulled away from Stanford to post a 15-8 victory in the Wildcats' 2013 NCAA Championship debut Sunday at Lakeside Field.
CHAPEL HILL – Third-seeded North Carolina got five goals and two assists from Kara Cannizzaro and four goals and two assists from Abbey Friend, defeating 11th-ranked Loyola, 19-9, on Sunday at Fetzer Field in the NCAA Tournament second round.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – With cylinders firing on all ends, the No. 5 seed Florida lacrosse team used nine unanswered goals in the first half, sending them to a 16-5 win over Denver on Sunday at Donald R. Dizney Stadium in the NCAA second round.
Georgetown's Caroline Tarzian scored three points on two goals and one assist, but Virginia went on an 8-1 run that spanned both halves and held off a late rally by the sixth-seed Hoyas en route to a 10-8 win Sunday afternoon at Multi-Sport Field in the second round of the NCAA Division I tournament.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; May 12 – Mackenzie Cyr notched her second straight six-point game and Maggie McCormick recorded four goals and two assists to lead seventh-seeded Penn State to a 12-9 victory against No. 15 Massachusetts in the second round of the NCAA tournament at the Penn State Lacrosse Field on Sunday afternoon.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Visiting Duke used a strong defensive effort to defeat No. 8 Navy, 10-5, in the NCAA second round at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Duke (14-5) now advances to the NCAA Quarterfinals to face top-seeded Maryland while Navy, with its 19-2 record, has its best season in program history come to a close.
Hartford, Conn. - The defending NCAA Division III Champion Trinity College Bantams are headed back to the Final Four after outscoring the visiting College of New Jersey Lions, 8-2, over the final 44:33 of a 12-7 victory in the quarterfinals this afternoon on Sheppard Field.
SALISBURY, Md. – No. 2 Salisbury escaped with an 8-6 victory over No. 6 Franklin & Marshall in the quarterfinals of the 2013 Women's Lacrosse Tournament. The Sea Gulls advanced to Final Four with the win, while the Diplomats season comes to an end with a 16-5 mark.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Middlebury will make its 16th trip to the NCAA final four after earning a 10-8 win over Rensselaer in a regional final game on Kohn Field. The Engineers end their season with a 16-4 mark, their most successful season in school history.
CORTLAND, N.Y. – Fourth-ranked Cortland scored 11 consecutive goals spanning the first and second halves to break open a tight game and went on to defeat eighth-ranked Bowdoin, 14-4, Sunday afternoon in the 2013 NCAA Div. III Women's Lacrosse Quarterfinals at the Stadium Complex.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado State became the first No. 1 seed to win the US Lacrosse Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates Division I National Championship since 2007 by dominating UC Santa Barbara 14-4 in the final. The Rams completed a perfect 22-0 season and won their fourth national title in the last six years.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; May 10, 2013 – Senior Molly Fernandez (Baltimore, Md.) recorded her 100th career goal and junior Mackenzie Cyr (Westminster, Md.) tallied a team-high three points as the seventh-seeded Penn State edged Canisius, 14-13, in NCAA first-round action at the Penn State Lacrosse Field Friday night.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Freshman midfielder Maddy Acton fired the game-winning goal in double overtime to send eighth-ranked Duke to a thrilling 10-9 NCAA First Round victory over No. 17 Princeton Friday evening in front of a crowd of 1,250 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
EVANSTON, Ill. – A Hannah Farr free position goal with four seconds remaining in regulation completed a Stanford comeback that overshadowed a late Notre Dame rally as the Cardinal advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship with an 8-7 win over the Irish Friday night at Northwestern's Lakeside Field.
College Park, Md. -- In its first NCAA Tournament game, No. 10 Stony Brook played sparkling defense and put Towson away late for for an 8-6 win Friday night at the Maryland Lacrosse and Field Hockey Complex.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - No. 11 Loyola used a strong first half and balanced scoring in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament to earn an 18-7 win over High Point at North Carolina's Fetzer Field Friday night.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Virginia sophomore Casey Bocklet scored four goals to lead eight different scorers as the Cavaliers posted a 12-6 victory over Penn Friday afternoon at Georgetown University's Multi-Sport Field in the first round of the 2013 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – University of Denver sophomore Jill Remenapp (Woodbine, Md.) scored two goals and distributed four assists, leading the No. 13 Pioneers to a 14-7 victory over Jacksonville in the first round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at the University of Florida on Friday afternoon.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - While a thunderstorm delay suspended play for over an hour, it was a four-goal spurt when play resumed that ended a 29-year drought for No. 15 UMass. The Minutewomen defeated No. 18 UConn for their first NCAA Tournament win since 1984.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Sophomore Covie Stanwick scored a game-high five goals, but Boston College fell to Dartmouth, 11-8, in the first round of the NCAA Championship at SU Soccer Stadium on Friday afternoon.
The IWLCA has honored 32 student-athletes in Division II and 48 in Division III with a selection on one of the All-American teams for 2013. The IWLCA will honor the National All-Americans at the IWLCA All-American banquet on May 25, 2013 at the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge in King of Prussia, Pa.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Hayley Bernstein of Colorado State and Laura Hunter of Utah were named as the recipients of the Amtahcha Award as the top player in their respective division of the US Lacrosse Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA). Both players were honored during ceremonies held on Wednesday evening.
The LaxPower Forum Poll Women'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 LIU Post Pioneers swept all 15 first-place votes for a fourth consecutive week and Limestone remained at No. 2 as all 15 schools remained in the top-15. There was little movement in the poll as only two schools switched positions; the
The Trinity Bantams held on to the No. 1 ranking, but the Salisbury Sea Gulls picked up some room on the reigning champions as these two schools remained 1-2, and there was no movement among the top eight schools from last week's poll.
The IWLCA has honored 128 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-Regional teams for 2012. These athletes are now eligible for inclusion on the IWLCA All-American Teams, which will be announced on May 17.
Maryland senior midfielder Katie Schwarzmann, senior defender Iliana Sanza, freshman midfielder Taylor Cummings, and head coach Cathy Reese earned 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Lacrosse individual postseason honors, as voted on by the league's six head coaches and announced Monday by the conference office.
The NCAA Selection Committee now invites 26 teams to the Division I tournament. Thirteen berths are for automatic qualifiers (AQs), which are the champions of their conferences. The remaining 13 are at-large selections from teams not selected as AQs. Here are where things may stand with at-large selections.
BALTIMORE, Md. -- Armed with a terrific game plan, fourth-ranked Northwestern took the field against No. 2 Florida Sunday in Baltimore for the 2013 American Lacrosse Championship title game and executed it to perfection, bottling up the Gators en route to an 8-3 upset win and their sixth ALC crown in seven years.
Penn opened up an early lead on Dartmouth in the Ivy League Tournament championship game. Unlike 2012, Penn did not allow the Big Green to come back, putting the clamps on Dartmouth's secondary scoring in a 10-7 win to claim the school's second Ivy League tournament crown and earn an automatic bid to Penn's seventh consecutive NCAA tournament.
TOWSON, Md. – Towson used a 5-0 run to close out the game and claim a 9-4 victory over Hofstra in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title game Sunday afternoon. The Tigers (10-8) claimed their second straight title and fifth since 2005 with the victory.
Hartford, Conn. - Sophomore midfielder Caroline Hayes (Greenland, N.H.) scored the game-winning goal on a free-position shot with 1:37 left in the second half of overtime to lead Trinity to an 8-7 victory over visiting Middlebury in the NESCAC final this afternoon on Sheppard Field.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On a sun-splashed afternoon in our nation's capital, No. 1 seed Syracuse (16-3) beat No. 2 seed Georgetown 14-7 in the title game of the Big East championship held at Georgetown University.
SALISBURY, Md. – Behind six points from senior attacker Katie Bollhorst, No. 2 Salisbury defeated No. 10 York (Pa.), 13-5, for its 13th overall and 11th-consecutive Capital Athletic Conference tournament championship on Saturday afternoon at Sea Gull Stadium.
Baltimore, Md. – No. 2 Florida scored 14 unanswered goals en route to a 17-3 romp of No. 5 seed Ohio State in the ALC semifinals at Homewood Field on Friday afternoon. No 1 seed Florida (17-1) advances to the championship game on Sunday.
After leading for nearly all of its ALC semifinal with No. 8 Penn State, No. 4 Northwestern nearly saw its hopes for a return to the title game evaporate, as the Nittany Lions had a chance to break an 8-8 tie in the final minute of regulation. But clutch plays by NU's senior leaders down the stretch lifted the Wildcats to a 9-8 overtime win.
Stony Brook, N.Y. – Senior Demmianne Cook became No. 10 Stony Brook's all-time leading goal scorer on an assist from fellow-Adelphi transfer Claire Petersen as the Seawolves downed Vermont, 18-4, in the conference semifinals Friday afternoon to reach their second-straight title game.
PHILADELPHIA – For the second time in as many years, Dartmouth will play in the Ivy League tournament championship game. Hana Bowers scored a free-position goal with 1:22 left in double overtime that gave her team an 11-10 victory over Princeton in Friday's semifinal match-up against Princeton at Franklin Field.
PHILADELPHIA – With the calendar flipped to the postseason, Penn turned to its trademark stifling defense to earn a third trip to the Ivy League Tournament championship game via a 10-5 win over Cornell at Franklin Field.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna, N.Y.) registered six points and became the most prolific freshman scorer in school history to lead No. 5 Syracuse to a 19-6 victory against No. 18 Connecticut in the Big East semifinals on Thursday, May 2.
WASHINGTON – Georgetown (13-4; 6-2) hosted Loyola (Md.) (10-8) in the semifinals of the Big East Championship and, after seeing a halftime lead slip away, GU scored five straight during a six-minute stretch late in the second half and secured a 16-14 victory.
BALTIMORE; May 2, 2013 – Sophomore midfielder Kelly Lechner (Silver Spring, Md.) matched her career high with five goals and senior attacker Molly Fernandez (Baltimore, Md.) and sophomore midfielder Haley Ford (White Hall, Md.) recorded three goals and an assist each as No. 8 Penn State defeated Vanderbilt, 16-14, in the ALC quarterfinals at Johns Hopkins.
EUGENE, Ore. – Denver senior Mikayla Clark (Eden Prairie, Minn.) recorded a career-high five points off a hat trick and two assists, leading the No. 11 Pioneers to a 17-11 victory over Southern California in the semifinals of the MPSF tournament at the University of Oregon on Thursday afternoon.
BALTIMORE, MD - Four days after meeting in the regular season finale, Johns Hopkins and Ohio State battled to a one-goal decision. This time it was the Buckeyes that came out on top with a 10-9 win over the Blue Jays in the quarterfinals of the ALC Tournament.
TOWSON, Md. (May 2, 2013) – James Madison senior attacker Casey Ancarrow and Towson junior attacker Ashleigh Rohrback have been named the 2013 CAA Co-Players of the Year in women's lacrosse by a vote of the league's head coaches.
STONY BROOK, N.Y. - For the second time in three years two America East student-athletes will share the conference's top honors, as Stony Brook senior Demmianne Cook and Albany senior Rachael Burek were named Co-Players of the Year at the annual awards reception.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Big East presented its postseason honors and named its all-conference selections on Wednesday evening. Top seed Syracuse earned a pair of major awards as junior Alyssa Murray was named the Big East Attack Player of the Year and senior Becca Block was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Year.
PRINCETON, N.J. -- It is the beginning of a new era in Ivy League women's lacrosse. The Ivy postseason awards have changed, as the League's eight coaches now vote on the players of the year. No surprise, the first three such honors went to three of the four teams that will compete in the Ivy League tournament.
DENVER - University of Denver women's lacrosse head coach Liza Kelly was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Coach of the Year, and six Pioneers were named to the All-MPSF Teams, the league announced today.
The NCAA Selection Committee now invites 26 teams to the Division I tournament. Thirteen berths are for automatic qualifiers (AQs), which are the champions of their conferences. The remaining 13 are at-large selections from teams not selected as AQs.
The LIU Post Pioneers swept all 15 first-place votes while the Limestone Saints took home all 15 second-place votes in a week that saw relatively little movement. The Northeast-10 continues to lead all conferences with five ranked teams.
The Trinity Bantams held on to the No. 1 ranking, and 10 conferences claimed at least one school in this week's rankings, with the NESCAC taking six of those spots. The CAC, SUNYAC, Centennial, and Empire 8 each have two schools ranked.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (April 29, 2013) – William and Mary lacrosse head coach Brooke Ireland has announced that nine student-athletes will join the program for the 2013-14 academic year. The talented incoming class includes six midfielders, an attacker, a defender and a goalkeeper.
The LaxPower Forum Poll Women'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.
CHAPEL Hill, N.C. – Maryland, which last year became the first team to win four straight Atlantic Coast Women's Lacrosse Championships, made it five in a row with a 12-8 victory over North Carolina in Sunday evening's title game, played in a heavy rain at Fetzer Field.
WASHINGTON – With No. 8 Georgetown (12-4; 6-2) honoring its eight seniors before the game the Hoyas rode the early momentum to a 2-0 lead five minutes into its contest with No. 5 Syracuse (14-3; 8-0). The Orange responded with eight unanswered and held off the Hoyas in the second half to win 13-7.
BALTIMORE - Behind a solid defensive effort and 11 saves by freshman goalkeeper Molly Wolf, No. 12 Loyola earned a 13-7 win over No. 17 Connecticut on Senior Day Sunday afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex.
AMHERST, Mass. - Despite a slow start, top-seeded and No. 13 UMass used a nine-goal run over the first and second halves en route to its league-record fifth straight Atlantic 10 title with a 14-7 win over Duquesne on Sunday afternoon at McGuirk Stadium.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Led by junior attacker Aimee Gennaro's (Havertown, Pa.) game-high six points and a stout team defense, No. 15 Navy (18-1) won a fourth-straight Patriot League Tournament title by defeating Holy Cross (9-10), 14-4, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Fourth-ranked Northwestern capped a 15-2 regular season with a 15-8 victory over Ivy League-champion Pennsylvania Saturday in front of a season-high crowd of 1,672 fans at Lakeside Field in Evanston.
PRINCETON, N.J.; April 27, 2013 – Sophomores Kelly Lechner (Silver Spring, Md.) and Maggie McCormick (Eldersburg, Md.) led Penn State with three points each, but No. 6 Penn State fell to No. 18 Princeton, 14-9, in its regular-season finale at the Class of 1952 Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Nittany Lions fell to 11-5 overall, while Princeton improved to 10-5.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – On senior day at Arlotta Stadium, No. 9 Notre Dame took down Marquette, 14-5, behind four goals from senior Betsy Mastropieri, five points from senior Jenny Granger (1G, 4A) and three goals from senior Jaimie Morrison.
Stony Brook, N.Y. – On her Senior Day, Demmianne Cook continued to help No. 10 Stony Brook make history, pouring in seven goals and controlling seven draws as the Seawolves clinched their first-ever outright America East regular season crown with a 17-6 win over Binghamton Saturday at LaValle Stadium.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Maryland treated the Fetzer Field crowd to quite a balancing act Friday afternoon, and it spelled victory for the No. 1-seeded Terrapins in the semifinal round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship.
A rematch with top-ranked Maryland hung in the balance for North Carolina, but only if the Tar Heels could resist the temptation to look ahead. They met the challenge on Friday afternoon at Fetzer Field, dispatching third-seeded Boston College by a 16-6 score in the ACC semifinals.
WASHINGTON – An early deficit awoke the No. 8 Georgetown women's lacrosse team (12-3; 6-1) and the Hoyas outscored No. 17 Connecticut (13-2; 6-2), 8-2, after falling behind 4-1 early in the first half.
DENVER – Denver redshirt-senior Kara Secora (Denver, Colo.) had four goals and two assists while breaking DU's career scoring record, leading the No. 11 Pioneers to a 14-6 victory over Oregon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on Friday evening.
AMHERST, Mass. - Top-seeded and 13th-ranked UMass advanced to Sunday's Atlantic 10 championship game with its 13-5 win over the No. 4 seed George Washington, Friday afternoon from McGuirk Alumni Stadium.
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.- Monmouth swept the 2013 Northeast Conference major awards, winning offensive, defensive, goaltender, rookie and coach of the year awards, announced at tonight's post-season banquet.
DAVIS, Calif. -- Senior attacker Elizabeth Datino scored on a second-chance crease roll with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime to lift UC Davis to a 15-14 upset of 14th-ranked Stanford in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's lacrosse season finale at Aggie Stadium Thursday night.
DAVIDSON, N.C. – Davidson sophomore Emily Cooke (Woodstrock, Md.) and High Point defender Jasmine Jordan (Baltimore, Md.) have been voted the 2013 Big South Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, respectively, by the head coaches, it was announced this evening at a special awards banquet held on the campus of Davidson.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – With the Cavaliers' NCAA hopes hanging in the balance in the quarterfinal round of the 2013 ACC Women's Lacrosse Championship, sophomore Liza Blue delivered a career-high four goals to lead her fifth-seeded team to a 10-7 win over fourth-seeded Duke.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va.-Katie Ferris of Massachusetts, Duquesne's Amada Kidder and Kristen Gregory won the Atlantic 10's top women's lacrosse awards, which were announced Thursday along with the First and Second Team All-Conference, and the All-Academic and All-Rookie teams.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Down four goals to No. 4 Northwestern with 13 minutes remaining, No. 9 University of Notre Dame cut the deficit to two but could get no closer as the Wildcats held on for the close 10-8 win over the Irish Wednesday night at Arlotta Stadium.
DAVIS, Calif. -- UC Davis signed prospective student-athletes Natalie Dowd and Pauline Kaplan to national letters of intent during the April signing period, head coach Kate Henwood announced this week.
The NCAA has announced the April 24th 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.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Ten 2013 Tewaaraton Award candidates highlight the 20-member 2013 All-ACC Women's Lacrosse Team, as announced today by the conference office. The team is determined by a vote of the league's six head coaches.
MACON, Ga. - In the inaugural season of Atlantic Sun Women's Lacrosse, two Detroit players highlighted the year as Zaynib Hamze was announced as Player of the Year and teammate Lexie McCormick collected Defensive Player of the Year Honors.
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Navy women's lacrosse senior attacker Jasmine DePompeo (Sayville, N.Y.), sophomore goalie Annie Foky (Charlottesville, Va.) and head coach Cindy Timchal have received 2013 Patriot League women's lacrosse major awards, the conference office announced Tuesday.
BALTIMORE, April 23, 2013 – Three-time national champion Colorado State earned the top seed in the Division I bracket of the 2013 US Lacrosse Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) National Championships, while James Madison earned the No. 1 seed in the Division II bracket.
For a fourth consecutive week, Maryland remained a unanimous No. 1 as the Terrapins took home all 20 first place votes. The ACC boasts five schools in the top-20, and with Connecticut's entry into the poll, the Big East now also claims five schools in the rankings.
The LIU Post Pioneers maintained their stranglehold on the top spot with another week as the unanimous No. 1 as the Northeast-10 continued to lead all conferences with five teams ranked in the top-15. The PSAC claims three ranked schools and the ECC and Conference Carolinas both have two schools in the top-15.
The Trinity Bantams remained at No. 1 and 10 conferences claimed at least one school in this week's rankings, with the NESCAC boasting six of those spots. The CAC, SUNYAC, Centennial, and Empire 8 each have two schools ranked.
The LaxPower Forum Poll Women's Division I for April 22nd 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.
NASHVILLE, TENN. – Second-ranked North Carolina jumped out to a 12-0, first-half lead and cruised to a 20-5 win at Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon in the Tar Heels' final regular season game of the 2013 season. Senior Kara Cannizzaro totaled a career-high seven points on three goals and four assists to lead UNC.
Greensboro, N.C. – The match-ups and game times have been set for the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship, which will be held Thursday, April 25, through Sunday, April 28, at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – As 13 seniors played their final regular-season home game, No. 3 Florida lacrosse rose to the challenge as it overwhelmed No. 4 Northwestern, 22-4, Saturday at Donald R. Dizney Stadium. With the win, Florida shares a portion of the ALC title with the Wildcats; marking their third-consecutive regular season championship in their four-year history.
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Virginia Tech fell 15-7 to the No. 1 Maryland Terrapins Saturday afternoon at Thompson Field. The Hokies honored the team's 11 seniors before the game and were led by senior Libby Rosebro, who scored three goals and assisted another. Maryland saw six different players score two goals, led by a five-point performance from Alex Aust.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Junior Alyssa Murray (West Babylon, N.Y.) and freshman Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna, N.Y.) recorded five points each to lead No. 5 Syracuse to an 11-8 victory against No. 7 Notre Dame in the Carrier Dome.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Fifth-ranked Syracuse jumped to an early lead behind three goals from Alyssa Murray, and the Orange (11-3) held off No. 7 Notre Dame, 11-8, to pick up a Big East victory on Friday night at the Carrier Dome. Syracuse has now won six straight, while the Fighting Irish (11-2) dropped their second match in the last three games. Both Murray and Kayla Treanor tallied five points for the Orange. Photos of the action are by Rich Barnes.