ALBANY, N.Y. – With UAlbany men’s lacrosse continuing its undefeated start, two Great Danes were selected as America East weekly honor recipients. Connor Fields was chosen as the America East Offensive Player of the Week while Tehoka Nanticoke was picked as the America East Rookie of the Week.
The No. 16 William Smith College lacrosse team dropped a non-league game 12-8 to No. 3 Salisbury at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., today. The Herons are now 3-3 overall, while the Sea Gulls improve to 7-0 this season.
EDISON, New Jersey – Freshmen Delaney Galvin and Camille Renaud were announced as Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Players of the Week for women's lacrosse. Galvin picked up her second Defensive Player of the Week award while Renaud earned Rookie of the Week for the first time, sharing the honor with Siena's Kerry Gerety.
ITHACA, N.Y. – Due to anticipated cold temperatures on Tuesday, the women's lacrosse game against Syracuse has been pushed forward to 4:30 p.m. instead of the original time of 5 p.m.
The Crescent Lot, Hoy Parking Garage and other outer lots are reserved for Cornell faculty and staff possessing parking permits until 5 p.m. Fans arriving prior to 5 p.m. should stop at the Transportation Services kiosk on Hoy Road to purchase a parking pass for the Hoy Parking Garage, or be directed to one of the metered lots on Campus Road.
Englewood, FL – Ten different players recorded at least one goal and all three goalkeepers spent about 20 minutes of time in net as the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team enjoyed a comfortable win over Farmingdale State on Monday morning, downing the Rams 18-2 in non-league play.
The freshman dropped to the ground in the final minute of SU’s (3-3, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) win against Virginia on March 4 and tried dragging himself off the field before being attended to by trainers. Though the injury is unknown, Fernandez was seen grabbing at his knee.
OWINGS MILLS, MD — The No. 1 RIT (6-0) men's lacrosse team scored 10 first-quarter goals and held on for a 21-16 win over No. 10 Amherst College (4-1) on day two of the 2018 Mustang Classic hosted by Stevenson University Saturday. The Tigers led 13-5 at the half and withstood a seven-goal run by the Mammoths in the third quarter to win by five.
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A strong second half pushed No. 16 Rutgers (5-2) past No. 12 Syracuse (3-3, 1-0 ACC) on Sunday. After taking a 4-2 lead in the first quarter, and entering the halftime locker room tied at five, the Orange surrendered 9 second-half goals to drop its second straight game.
The Rochester Knighthawks’ comeback bid fell one goal short Saturday night, as they were edged 14-13 by the Calgary Roughnecks at Scotiabank Saddledome. Rochester is now 6-7 and one game out of first place in the East Division.
Connor Fields had a 10-point day off four goals and six assists, adding four ground balls and two caused turnovers. Jakob Patterson had a career-high seven goals, adding an assist, while Tehoka Nanticoke had three goals and two assists. JD Colarusso had the win in goal with eight saves and three goals allowed in the opening three quarters, with TD Ierlan winning 19-for-21 faceoffs with 15 ground balls.
CORTLAND, N.Y. – The nationally sixth-ranked Cortland men's lacrosse team outscored Morrisville St., 11-4, in the second half to break open a close game and earned a 19-9 victory Saturday afternoon in non-conference action at the Stadium Complex. The Red Dragons improved to 4-2 with the win, while Mustangs fell to 0-6.
The SUNY Oneonta men's lacrosse team put together a five-goal second period to pace themselves to a 9-2 victory today against Elmira College. The Red Dragons held a tremendous advantage in shots (41-18) while forcing 26 turnovers en route to its third win of the season.
Saratoga Springs, NY – In stark contrast to last year's 32-goal slugfest, the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team's defense stood tall in all aspects of the game as the Golden Knights gained a come-from-behind 6-5 win over Skidmore College on Saturday afternoon.
Jessica Davos, interim head coach: "We really needed this win. We finally managed to put together a complete team performance for 60 minutes, and I couldn’t be more proud of our kids. The defense made key stops when we needed them to, and the attack was able to get eight different players into the scoring column for the first time. We hope to build on this and continue to improve as we move into conference play next week."
Easton, Mass. – Junior attacker Bryanna Fazio (General Brown) recorded five points and nine draw controls to lead the fourth-ranked Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team to a 12-3 win over Stonehill College in Northeast-10 Conference action on Saturday evening at W.B. Stadium.
Waltham, Mass. – Sophomore attackman Jake Lewis (Cazenovia) recorded five points to lead the second-ranked Le Moyne College men's lacrosse team to an 18-7 victory over Bentley University on Saturday in Northeast-10 Conference action.
ONEONTA, NY – Hartwick (2-1) shut down St. Joseph's (1-3) for nearly 20 minutes in the second half while building a six-goal advantage and held off the Golden Eagles late for a 16-13 victory Saturday at Wright Stadium. St. Joe's scored four goals in a 2:25 span and cut its deficit to two with just over three minutes left in the game. Minnie Schupp's (Shaker) goal 1:08 later, however, stopped the run and put the game away.
ONEONTA, NY – Hartwick men's lacrosse topped visiting SUNY Potsdam 11-3 on Saturday at Wright Stadium to move to 2-1 on the season. The Hawks have now surrendered just three goals in consecutive games. It marks the fewest goals allowed by the Hawks in two straight contests since 2004.
Reading, Pa. (Mar. 17, 2018) - Utica College (2-2) scored two goals to end the second and two more to start the third for a 9-4 lead then held on for a 10-7 win over Alvernia University (0-5) Saturday afternoon in non-conference men's lacrosse action. Utica's Jake Bratek (Syracuse, NY/Jamesville-Dewitt) led the way with five points on three goals and two assists for the Pioneers.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - The nationally 16th-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team broke open a one-goal game at the half by outscoring Roger Williams, 12-1, over the final 30 minutes of play for an 18-6 win Saturday afternoon in non-conference action in Springfield, Mass.
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Junior Conor Caffrey scored four goals and five other members of the 11th-ranked St. Lawrence University men's lacrosse team each netted one goal as the Saints defeated the Vassar Brewers 9-2 for their first Liberty League win of the season at Brunswick School in Greenwich, Connecticut on Saturday afternoon.
Senior attack Connor Fields (Bishop Timon) had four goals and six assists and sophomore midfielder Jakob Patterson had seven goals as the top-ranked University at Albany demolished No. 12 Vermont 21-5 before 2,583 fans in a cold, windy America East Conference opener.
Scott Marr's brown hair, laced with streaks of gray, flowed from beneath his monogrammed winter cap and past his collar on Thursday. The University at Albany men's lacrosse coach hasn't had a haircut since last summer. He blames this on one of two things.
MORRISVILLE, N.Y.--The SUNY Potsdam women's lacrosse team (3-3) finished on top in a 12-11, back-and-forth win at Morrisville State (0-5) on Saturday afternoon. Senior captain Rachael Huntley (Hugh C. Williams) had three goals and two assists to lead the Bears. Junior captain Cayla O'Connor (General Brown) had a pair of goals and led the team with eight draw controls and four caused turnovers.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Samantha Mehalick matched her career high of six goals and Lauren Mazza added a career high six goals of her own, carrying the Red Foxes to an 18-8 victory over the Binghamton Bearcats on Saturday afternoon at Tenney Stadium. Marist improves to 4-3, while Binghamton falls to 3-5.
SPARKS, Md. – Senior captain Ida Farinholt came through in the clutch to give No. 23 women's lacrosse a hard-fought 11-10 win over UMass on Saturday at Tierney Field. With 1:56 left in the second overtime period, fellow senior captain Taylor Reed (Honeoye Falls) fed Farinholt right in front of the net to give her the game-winning look.
ITHACA, N.Y. -- In a game of runs, No. 8 Yale had the final say and held off a determined Cornell squad 13-11 on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. The Bulldogs won the Ivy League opener for both teams and improved to 5-1, while the Big Red dropped to 3-3.
KINGSTON, N.Y. - For the fourth straight game, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) men's lacrosse team allowed five or fewer goals as the Engineers defeated Bard College in the Liberty League opener for both teams. RPI has won four straight games after a season-opening loss, while the Raptors fall to 2-3.
TROY, N.Y. – Junior Abbey Salvon recorded a game-high seven points to lead the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) women's lacrosse team to a Liberty League-opening 14-9 victory over Clarkson University on Saturday morning at Renwyck Field. With the win, the Engineers improve to 3-1-1 overall (1-0), while the Golden Knights drop to 3-2 (0-1).
Junior Nicole Levy led the Orange offense with four points. Levy, senior Kelzi Van Atta, sophomore Emily Hawryschuk and freshman Sam Swart all recorded hat tricks as 11 different players scored at least one goal in the victory. Keeley MacAfee and Robyn White had three goals each for Harvard.
Syracuse hits the road in the middle of its stretch of seven-straight games against ranked opponents.
- The game will be broadcast on Big Ten Plus, with Dom Savino on play-by-play and Rick Mercurio on color. Varun Raghupathi and Kyle Fetterly will carry the game on TK99/105 and Noah Eagle and James Colgan broadcasting the game for WAER.
Except for one shocking stumble two years ago, the University at Albany men's lacrosse team has made the America East Conference its personal kingdom the past five years.
Along comes upstart Vermont (7-0) to challenge the unanimously top-ranked Great Danes (5-0) in the conference opener at 3 p.m. Saturday at Casey Stadium. It's a battle of two of the three remaining undefeated teams in Division I.
“The players made up their minds in the fall what they wanted to accomplish,” Ritchlin said. “We got a taste a few years ago, now we want to get back to the NCAA tournament. This year, they’ve had that ‘all-in’ mentality. Every practice is competitive, every scrimmage is competitive — and that’s prepared us to make every game competitive.”
Slowing down the league’s top two scorers proved to be too tall of a task for the Buffalo Bandits (6-6) as they came up short against the Saskatchewan Rush (11-2) with a 16-10 home loss at KeyBank Center on Friday night.
The No. 13 William Smith College lacrosse team shut out Bard 18-0 in the Liberty League opener for both teams played today at Dietz Stadium in Kingston, N.Y. First-year Sadie Mapstone led the way with four goals and senior Sarah Benyo added two goals and two assists for four points.
ALBANY, N.Y. – The UAlbany-Canisius men’s lacrosse game on Tuesday, March 20th has been moved up to 3 p.m. due to expected inclement weather.
Fans who are unable to attend Tuesday’s rescheduled game have the ability to exchange unused game tickets towards the game against Harvard on Wednesday, March 28th at 7 p.m.
The Griffs head into Saturday's matchup with the Raiders looking to extend a winning streak that stands at three games following a 12-11 come-from-behind victory over Cleveland State back on March 4 at the Demske Sports Complex.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Fourth-ranked York scored the first five goals of the game and led 10-2 at halftime on the way to an 18-3 men's lacrosse victory over the Golden Flyers Friday on the first day of the Mustang Classic hosted by Stevenson University.
An interview with Navy Alum, Hall of Famer, and Ithaca College Head Coach Jeff Long. Long talks about growing up in Irondequoit, a suburb of Rochester in upstate New York, his decision to go the US Naval Academy, playing with some of the best players of all time, and shares is life philosophy.
AUBURN — As he went down the line, Matt Smith proudly listed off each of the colleges.
The Auburn boys lacrosse coach honored his 13 seniors and announced their future plans during a ceremony in the high school library Thursday evening.
Junior Jourdan Roemer (Irondequoit) scored three second half goals, including the game winner, as the Canisius women's lacrosse program earned its third win of the season, defeating Bryant, 7-6 at the Demske Sports Complex on Thursday. With the win Canisius improved to 3-4 while Bryant dropped to 2-3.
ONEONTA, NY – Senior Ashley Werner (Saugerties) equaled a career-high with seven goals and freshman Hanna Layton (Chenango Forks) added four goals and four assists as Hartwick women's lacrosse defeated Morrisville State 17-12 on Thursday at Wright Stadium.
SPARKS, Md. -- No. 7/8 Syracuse will play five straight games on the road, starting Friday, March 16 when the Orange take on Harvard. The game will be played at Tierney Field at the U.S. Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md. at 2 p.m.
Syracuse enters the game with a 4-2 mark, while Harvard is 3-2. Follow the Orange on Twitter (@CuseWLax) for updates.
Kendra Harbinger (Shenendehowa) and Sam Tortora (Cicero-North Syracuse) scored four goals each, but the University at Albany women’s lacrosse team lost to UC Davis, 13-11, in a neutral site game Thursday in Fresno, Calif.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. – Eight different players scored at least one goal as the Springfield men's lacrosse team defeated nationally sixth-ranked Cortland, 15-11, Thursday night in non-conference action at the Virginia Beach Sports Complex. The Red Dragons fell to 3-2, while the Pride improved to 3-2.
ALBANY, N.Y. – The UAlbany men’s lacrosse team will open America East play with a matchup of undefeated, top-15 teams as the Great Danes host Vermont at Casey Stadium on Saturday, March 17th at 3 p.m.
For ticket information for UAlbany men’s lacrosse games, fans may contact the UAlbany ticket office at 518-442-DANE or ualbanysports.com/tickets. The game will be broadcast online on AmericaEast.tv.
Bringing the former Syracuse men’s All-American goalie in to work with the Orange women’s four goalies as a volunteer assistant coach has been the perfect match that they feel gives them a leg up on the numerous teams that can’t find goalie help.
Last March, Richmond won 6-5 at North Carolina, which was ranked No. 7. In this one, UR led 8-3 early in the third quarter, and UNC tied it 10-10 with 10:30 left. But the Spiders regrouped after the Tar Heels’ 5-1 run during a six-minute stretch of the third quarter, and never trailed.
“With a team like that with so many talented players, you know they’re going to go on a run,” UR coach Dan Chemotti (West Genesee) said.
Keene State College scored the final four goals in the fourth quarter and the Owls rallied for a 15-14 non-conference win against the Hamilton College Continentals at Northeast Regional Park in Davenport, Fla., on Wednesday night.
SPARKS, MD. - Junior Carly Stone (Jamesville-DeWitt) became the 44th player in program history to eclipse 100 career points, sophomore Lexie Meager (West Genesee) had a career offensive day and the nationally 16th-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team used a dominating second half in earning a 16-8 win over 19th-ranked Catholic University Wednesday afternoon in neutral-site action in Sparks, Md.
LOUDONVILLE, NY - Freshman midfielders Kerry Gerety (Guilderland) and Julia Pelcher (Baldwinsville) combined for nine goals in Siena Women’s Lacrosse 15-11 victory over Lafayette. This is the Saints first three-game win streak since winning four straight from April 11-22 in 2015.
ENGLEWOOD, FL -- The RIT (2-2) women's lacrosse team wrapped up its Florida trip with a 20-12 win over Wheaton College (1-4) Wednesday evening. The Tigers trailed early, but scored six straight goals to end the first half and break the game open. Emily Livecchi (Our Lady of Mercy) went over the 150-goal and 200-point plateau for her career in the win.
Greg Downing (Auburn) is hanging up his cleats and retiring from Major League Lacrosse. Following 146 career games, 83 points, 115 ground balls, two All-Star selections and two championships (Boston, 2011 and Denver, 2016), the Outlaws midfielder has decided to call it a career.
PITTSFORD, N.Y. – The St. John Fisher College men's lacrosse team hosted SUNY Brockport on a cold and snowy winter afternoon at Growney Stadium on Wednesday. The Cardinals came victorious with a 7-4 win over the Golden Eagles. With the win, Fisher improves its record to 4-1 on the season, while Brockport falls to 2-3 overall.
Once again, the center of the DIII lacrosse world will be in Owings Mills, Md., as Stevenson University hosts the fifth instalment of the Mustang Classic. This year’s participants feature six teams that are currently ranked in the USILA Top 20. The eight teams have combined four national championships and 13 national title game appearances. Nearly every team playing in the event will be making the NCAA Tournament in May.
LEWISBURG, PA – Women's lacrosse got back on track with a 13-8 win over Bucknell. Camille Renaud led the Red Foxes with a career high four goals and the Red Foxes dominated the draw circle going 19 for 23. Marist improves to 3-3 on the season.
SPARKS, MD- The Utica College women's lacrosse team scored early and often as it downed Southern Vermont College 19-0 in non-conference action Wednesday at the US Lacrosse Headquarters. 13 different players scored on the day for UC.
The final horn has sounded on the winter season and we're only a few days away from rolling out our seasonal all-stars. But local student-athletes have already begun practicing for the spring season, with games set to start — weather permitting — within the next couple weeks.
The all-American out of Coopersburg, Pa., is emerging as a new hub of SU's offense. She's cranked out 10 of her 14 goals in SU's last three games: four vs. Virginia and three each against Florida and Maryland.
Gosh, the Bandits had better be rested and ready as their country club schedule comes to an end with three games in eight days, starting this Friday at home against the league-leading Saskatchewan Rush.
The Rochester Knighthawks are the hottest team in the National Lacrosse League having won a season-high four straight games. Their latest victory was one of their most dramatic, as Kyle Jackson’s goal just 90 seconds into overtime gave the Knighthawks an 11-10 victory over the Georgia Swarm.
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) released the schedule for the 2018 FIL Men's World Championship to the competing nations this week and the United States will open its schedule against the Iroquois Nationals on Thursday, July 12. This year's event will be held in Netanya, Israel and will feature a record 48 nations competing in the field.
While senior attackman Connor Fields’ four goals and two assists headlined the No. 1 Albany men’s lacrosse team’s 11-10 comeback win against No. 2 Maryland on Saturday, Jakob Patterson contributed significantly by scoring a career high-tying four goals, including the Great Danes’ ninth and 10th goals of the game. The sophomore midfielder shared his thoughts on his performance and his path from Chandler, Ariz., to upstate New York. (Video 1:24)
Port Charlotte, FL – MaryClare Bowes (Irondequoit) and Allison Auger (West Einfield/Mohawk CC) finished with five points each as the SUNY Canton women's lacrosse team cruised to a 16-5 victory v. Ohio Wesleyan University to start their spring break trip to Florida on Tuesday.
SPARKS, MD- The Utica College women's lacrosse team outscored Albright College 12-2 in the second half to come away with a 17-5 victory over the Lions at Tierney Field at the US Lacrosse Headquarters Tuesday evening. Freshman Stephanie Husnay (Whitesboro) led the way with four goals and one assist.
RICHMOND, VA. – Sean Rogers scored 1:14 into overtime as the nationally 13th-ranked Franklin & Marshall men's lacrosse team defeated sixth-ranked Cortland, 10-9, Tuesday afternoon at The Collegiate School in Richmond, Va., in the first match up between the programs since 1999. With the win, the Diplomats improved to 5-1, while the Red Dragons dropped to 3-1.
"We played a great first half today, but need to finish plays for a full 60 minutes," said head coach Wendy Stone. "We battled and the defense came up with stops, but we did not convert on the offensive end of the field in the second half. We will work to be better next time out against Bryant."
The SUNY Geneseo Knights bridged the end of the first half and the beginning of the second with eight straight goals and went on to a 15-11 non-conference win against the Hamilton College Continentals at Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park in Englewood, Fla., on Tuesday.
Trinity used a strong first half to defeat Ithaca in a battle of unbeaten NCAA Division III Women's Top 20 teams on a blustery day on Tierney Field. The Bantams scored nine first half goals, including a six-goal run, and came away with a 13-9 victory. Jennifer Cook, Kiley Coffey and Allie Barrett all had had tricks for Trinity and Zoe Ferguson made 12 saves. Jacqui Hallack led the Bombers with three goals. Photos by John Strohsacker.