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11:15AM UPDATE
from the Iroquois Nationals
On June 25, the Iroquois Nationals coaching staff will be holding a true “open” tryout session from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., offering any Haudenosaunee lacrosse player the opportunity to be evaluated and move forward in the tryout process. At the conclusion of the session, a catered meal will be provided to participants. Players whom the coaches and evaluation staff deem worthy will be asked to participate in the remainder of the tryout.

from Canisius Athletics
The Blue and Gold will face MAAC foe and No. 2 seeded Fairfield on Sunday at Noon, in what looks to be a very strong match-up. Fairfield reached the Championship game after playing in the early game on Friday evening against Monmouth. The Stags beat the Hawks, 8-7, in a strong defensive game.

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from OCC Athletics
Live Stats will be available for all games and can be accessed by clicking the link or through www.onondagalazers.com. Live Video of all games will be streamed on the Lazers Sports Network. In-game updates for all games will be available by following the Lazers' official Twitter account: @OnondagaLazers Tickets can be purchased at the venue for $10 per day or $15 for a tournament pass. Both rates include an official championship program.

from Syracuse.com
Kyla Sears scored three of her game-high five goals in the second quarter to help Class C No. 2 state-ranked Skaneateles rally from a 7-4 halftime deficit to a 11-9 victory over Class A No.1 state-ranked West Genesee in a non-league girls lacrosse game on Saturday. | Box Score

from PressConnects.com
Alex Sprague-Getsy netted the game-winning goal as Johnson City boys lacrosse upended visiting Maine-Endwell, 6-4, to hand the Spartans' their first loss this season. The Wildcats' (13-1) only loss came at the hands of M-E (12-1).

from SportsFive.net
With four seconds left in regulation, Brighton attackman Brady McDermott scored to force overtime, where Max Coke received a pass from Will Bender to give Brighton a 10-9 win at home; Photos and recaps from Saturday's action.

from the Watertown Daily Times
The Watertown boys lacrosse team’s triumph against rival Carthage on Saturday afternoon represented a microcosm of its season as a whole. The Cyclones shook off a slow start and dominated the second half en route to holding off the Comets, 8-7, in a Frontier League “A” Division showdown at Comet Field.

The Comets will also host a Team 24 event, with all proceeds going to the American Cancer Society, next Saturday with three varsity games on tap on their home field, including a game against New Hartford at noon. Watertown plays Skaneateles at 2 p.m., with General Brown playing Fulton at 4 p.m.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The Buffalo Bandits were looking to go into the playoffs on a high note. Following Saturday night’s regular-season finale, they finished on one of the highest notes possible, dispatching of the New England Black Wolves by a score of 20-10 at First Niagara Center.

The Bandits will now face the Rochester Knighthawks in the NLL East Division Semifinal game on Friday at 7 p.m. at Blue Cross Arena. The winner of that game will advance to the NLL East Finals against the top-seeded Toronto Rock the following weekend.

from NLL.com
The Minnesota Swarm (6-12) finished off the season with a thrilling 13-12 overtime win against the Rochester Knighthawks (12-6) in front of 9,086 fans at Xcel Energy Center on Saturday night. With the victory, Minnesota won the season series 2-1 against the three-time defending champion Knighthawks.

from the Buffalo Bandits
Forward Ryan Benesch was celebrated as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year, while defenseman Steve Priolo was named the team’s Defensive Player of the Year. In a fan vote on Facebook, Alex Kedoh Hill was named the “Breakout Bandit of the Year,” while the team named Jerome Thompson (LaFayette) its Rookie of the Year.

from the Rochester Rattlers
The Rochester Rattlers (1-2) return to their home stadium on the College at Brockport campus for a Sunday matinee as they take on the visiting Florida Launch (0-2) tomorrow at 1 pm. Rochester looks to get back on track after two letdowns in a back to back series against the New York Lizards.

It’s been well documented that the Rattlers have had an uphill fight early in the season due to missing several key players to either injury or the indoor league. Heading into this weekend’s contest, the home team looks to get back to their winning ways as reinforcements may be on their way to Western NY.

12:15AM
from SUNY Albany Athletics
The #7/7 UAlbany men’s lacrosse team secured its second America East Tournament three-peat in dominating fashion on Saturday, crushing rival #17/16 Stony Brook 22-9 in the conference title game at Bob Ford Field. | Box Score | Rich Barnes Photos

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The nationally second-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team scored the last four goals of the game to earn a 15-6 victory versus 17th-ranked Fredonia Saturday afternoon in the championship game of the SUNYAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament at the Stadium Complex. The Red Dragons improved to 17-1 on the season and won their 17th consecutive conference tournament title and earned their 17th straight NCAA Div. III playoff berth. The Blue Devils had a nine-game winning streak snapped and fell to 15-3 and await a possible at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.

from Syracuse Athletics
Nicky Galasso scored a pair of late goals to lead No. 1 Syracuse (12-2) past No. 12 Colgate, 9-7, in the regular-season finale for both teams on Saturday, May 2 at Andy Kerr Stadium. | Box Score

from Army West Point Athletics
Second-ranked Notre Dame got out to a 6-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and defeated the 18th-ranked Army West Point men's lacrosse team on Saturday in front of a Michie Stadium lacrosse record of 12,133 fans. | Box Score

from Syracuse Athletics
No. 3/2 Syracuse's second-half comeback came up just short in a 9-8 setback to No. 16/14 Loyola in the final game of the regular season. The Orange enters next week's NCAA Tournament with a record of 14-7. | Box Score

from Marist Athletics
The Marist men's lacrosse team won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship for the second time in school history, and first time since 2005, on Saturday at Tenney Stadium. The top-seeded Red Foxes defeated second-seeded Quinnipiac by a score of 16-14. | Box Score

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The nationally second-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team scored the last four goals of the game to earn a 15-6 victory versus 17th-ranked Fredonia Saturday afternoon in the championship game of the SUNYAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament at the Stadium Complex. The Red Dragons improved to 17-1 on the season and won their 17th consecutive conference tournament title and earned their 17th straight NCAA Div. III playoff berth. The Blue Devils had a nine-game winning streak snapped and fell to 15-3 and await a possible at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.

from Ithaca College Athletics
The Ithaca College women's lacrosse team defeated Nazareth, 11-6, in the Empire 8 semi-final game. Ithaca's win improves their overall record to 11-7 and 6-2 in the conference. The victory allows them to advance to the conference finals on Sunday, May 3rd. | Box Score

from Nazareth Athletics
Host Nazareth built a four-goal lead late in the fourth quarter, then withstood a late-game flurry by Ithaca to claim its ninth Empire 8 Conference title in men's lacrosse with a 9-8 victory over the Bombers at Golden Flyer Stadium. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Junior attacker Erica Geremia (West Genesee/SUNY Cortland) recorded six points, including the go-ahead and game-winning goals, to lead the second-seeded and fourth-ranked Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team to an 11-8 victory over third-seeded and fifth-ranked University of New Haven on Saturday afternoon in the semifinals of the Northeast-10 Conference Championships at Adelphi University's Motamed Field. | Box Score

from St. John Fisher Athletics
Second-seeded St. John Fisher College advanced to the title game in the Empire 8 Women's Lacrosse Championship, as the Cardinals picked up a 10-7 win over No. 3 Stevens Institute of Technology in Saturday's semifinals, hosted by Nazareth College. | Box Score

from SUNY Morrisville Athletics
The Mustangs were not to be denied on this bright and sunny day this afternoon at Drake Field as the Morrisville State College Mustangs made history with their 13-8 win over rival Keuka College in the 2015 NEAC Championship Final. The victory gives this year's conference coach of the year Jason Longo his second NEAC Tournament Championship but it is the first that automatically qualifies Morrisville State for the NCAA Division III National Tournament. | Box Score

from SUNY Cortland athletics
The nationally 11th-ranked Cortland men's lacrosse team built a 14-6 lead in the fourth quarter and held off a late rally by Plattsburgh to earn a 14-12 victory in the SUNYAC Finals Saturday afternoon at the Stadium Complex. With the win, the Red Dragons improved to 14-4 and earned an automatic NCAA Div. III playoff berth. The Cardinals fell to 13-6.

from Monroe CC Athletics
Nicole Beatson (Skaneateles) led the way with five goals as the MCC women's lacrosse team advanced to the Region III championship game with a 26-3 victory over Mohawk Valley Community College Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from OCC Athletics
For the third consecutive season, the nationally-ranked Onondaga Community College women's lacrosse team defeated nationally-ranked Jefferson Community College after outlasting the Cannoneers in the semifinal round of the NJCAA Region III Women's Lacrosse Championship, 12-6, on Saturday at Monroe Community College in Rochester. | Box Score

from Keuka College Athletics
The Keuka College women's lacrosse team survived a scare from SUNY Polytechnic Saturday in the semifinals of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) tournament, but the top-seeded Wolfpack advanced with a 14-11 win over the Wildcats on a sunny afternoon at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex. | Box Score

from Union College Athletics
Kim Grinhaus made a career high 16 saves and Jackie Hagopian and Emily McGrail scored four goals each to lead host Union College to a 14-6 win over Skidmore College in the 2015 Liberty League Women's Lacrosse Championship Game Saturday at Frank Bailey Field. The Dutchwomen won the Liberty League Championship for the first time since 2006 and secured an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs. | Box Score

from Lancaster Online
Life is full of decisions. Some big, some small. The Schultz family in Manheim Township School District could speak for this firsthand.

from Morrisville St. Athletics
The NEAC Coach of the Year honor went to Morrisville State College's Jason Longo (Cazenovia) after an excellent season guiding the Mustangs. Longo led Morrisville to the conference's regular season title, going a perfect 8-0 in NEAC action. That also earned the squad the top seed in the upcoming four-team NEAC Tournament. Longo also saw six of his players garner All-Conference recognition.

from Elmira Star-Gazette
Coming off its biggest win of the season, it took a some time before the Horseheads boys lacrosse team found its groove Saturday afternoon against Section 4 rival Elmira.
Saturday May 2, 2014 9:45AM
from SUNY Albany Athletics
After going down 5-1 in the early going, University at Albany women’s lacrosse (14-3) outlasted a tough Vermont (11-7) squad 14-13 in OT, earning a spot in the America East final on Sunday at noon. Junior Rachel Bowles (Cicero North-Syracuse) notched the game-winner with time winding down in the first overtime period. | Box Score PDF

from US Lacrosse
It was in October when I learned that the Minnesota Swarm had acquired Miles Thompson for the upcoming NLL season. I reached out to Swarm co-owner, Andy Arlotta, who I work with on the Minnesota Chapter Board, to congratulate him on his newest team member. As an NCAA lacrosse fan and admirer of the documentary, The Medicine Game, I knew that Miles could be an amazing guest speaker for my class. I asked Andy if it would be possible for Miles to visit with my students. Without hesitation, he agreed and set the wheels in motion.

from the Auburn Citizen
Just as Jordan-Elbridge clawed back to within three goals, Skaneateles retook control. The Eagles chipped away in the third quarter and Colby Falcone netted his first goal seven seconds into the fourth, but the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team answered with two goals in the next 23 seconds and held on for a 14-9 win at Skaneateles High School Friday.

from Canisius Athletics
The Canisius women's lacrosse team will compete in it's fifth-straight MAAC Championship game this Sunday at the Demske Sports Complex, after the team defeated No. 4 seeded Marist in the MAAC semifinal round on Friday evening, 15-7. (Highlights video 1:54) | Box Score

from Marist Athletics
The no. 1 Marist men's lacrosse team (12-3, 6-0 MAAC) will compete in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship final for the second consecutive year as it goes up against no. 2 seed Quinnipiac (7-7, 4-2 MAAC) at 2 p.m. May 2.

The contest will air locally on Time Warner Cable and nationally on ESPN3. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Marist ticket office located in the McCann Center.

from SUNY Fredonia Athletics
No. 17 ranked Fredonia advanced to the SUNYAC Women's Lacrosse championship game for the first time with an 8-3 semifinal win Friday over No. 18 Geneseo. | Box Score

from the Watertown Daily Times
The biggest reason for Union’s men’s lacrosse team upsetting St. Lawrence University 12-11 in a Liberty League semifinal Friday was a player who did not score a goal, pick up an assist, block a shot or make a save.

from the Watertown Daily Times
Logan Prudhomme registered nine points, including scoring seven goals, and Justin Wise scored three goals, including the game-winning tally with one minute, 21 seconds remaining in overtime, as Indian River’s boys lacrosse team edged General Brown, 14-13 on Friday in a Frontier League division crossover game.

from the Buffalo News
As usual, it’s the time of year when John Tavares faces questions about his future. When you’re playing indoor lacrosse in your 40s, it comes with the territory.

“Is this it? Are you going to retire after the season?”

from the Watertown Daily Times
Russ Oakes scored five goals and set up two others to lead the Salmon River boys lacrosse team to a 13-8 victory over Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference game Friday.

from Binghamton Homepage
Tomasina Leska will play lacrosse at Division I Cornell University. The U.S. High School Lacrosse All-American has shattered many school records at Vestal. She holds the school's single-season scoring record and is currently the all-time leader in career points and assists.

from Skidmore Athletics
The Skidmore College women's lacrosse team will have a chance to capture its first ever Liberty League title after a 10-8 semifinal win over Vassar, Friday evening at Frank Bailey Field on the campus of Union College. | Box Score

from PostStar.com
Morgan Gunter had three goals and two assists to lead Schuylerville to a narrow 10-9 win over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council girls lacrosse game Friday.

from The Eagle News
When the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team finallly got to play true home games at the Sean Googin Sports Complex, it made sure those games were memorable, particularly Friday night's come-from-behind, 10-9 overtime victory over the Westhill Warriors.

from SportsFive.net
Friday's Results: Avon their first game of the season in a close game with Batavia-Attica. Newark broke a 7-7 halftime tie to degfeat Bloomfield-Honeoye 13-8.

from the Oneida Daily Dispatch
Ryan Rowlands had four goals and an assist for Whitesboro while Dallas Martin made nine saves for VVS.

from US Lacrosse
US Lacrosse is accepting research grant applications that will support original scientific investigations that strive to improve the health and safety of lacrosse participants at all levels of play. Grant proposals will be reviewed by the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Research Subcommittee, with funding decisions announced in August.

12:15AM HEADLINES
from Cornell Athletics
No. 15 Princeton scored three unanswered goals in the third quarter and held the Big Red scoreless for a stretch of 31:01, then stifled a late Cornell rally to avenge last weekend's loss in Ithaca, advancing to Sunday's Ivy League Tournament finals with an 11-7 victory on Friday evening at Brown's Stevenson Field. The Big Red will now await word on a possible at-large NCAA tournament bid with its 10-5 record and regular season conference title. | Box Score

from Syracuse Athletics
In a matchup of conference champions, No. 1 Syracuse (11-2) caps the 2015 regular season Saturday, May 2 with a 3:30 p.m. game against No. 12 Colgate (10-4) at Andy Kerr Stadium.

Both teams have already secured NCAA Tournament bids. The Orange did so by claiming the Atlantic Coast Conference automatic qualifier by virtue of its 15-14 decision against Duke April 26 in the ACC title game. Colgate won the Patriot League the same day, beating Army, 11-8, for the conference crown.

(1) SYRACUSE (11-2) vs. (12) Colgate (10-4)
Game Details: Saturday, May 2 | 3:30 p.m.
Location: Andy Kerr Stadium | Hamilton, N.Y.
Game Links: Listen | Live Stats 
Television: CBS Sports Network
Radio: WTKW 99.5 FM (Syracuse) 
Twitter: @CuseMLAX | @Cuse
Syracuse Links: News | Roster | Schedule | Stats | Notes
Colgate Links: News | Roster | Schedule | Stats | Notes

from Syracuse Athletics
No. 3/2 Syracuse closes out the regular season on Saturday, May 2 when it hosts No. 16/14 Loyola. Opening draw at the SU Soccer Stadium is set for 1 p.m. Admission is free of charge.

Live audio and video will be available on CuseTV on Cuse.com. Subscriptions to CuseTV are available at daily, monthly and yearly rates. Fans in the Syracuse area can listen to the game on WJPZ 89.1FM.

Syracuse vs. Loyola
Game Details Saturday, May 2 | Syracuse, N.Y. | 1 p.m.
Game Coverage Radio: WJPZ 89.1FM 
CuseTV: Audio | Video 
Twitter: @cuse @CuseWLAX | Live Stats
Syracuse Links Notes News | Roster  Schedule
Loyola Links News Roster | Schedule

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The 1-seed UAlbany men’s lacrosse team will face a familiar foe for a chance to three-peat, hosting 2-seed Stony Brook at Bob Ford Field for the America East title game on Saturday, May 2nd at 10 a.m.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Junior Tara Monaghan (Stony Point/North Rockland) scored a career-high eight goals to help lead the top-seeded and nationally 2nd-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team to a 21-8 victory versus fourth-seeded Brockport in the SUNYAC Semifinals Wednesday afternoon at the Stadium Complex. The host Red Dragons improve their record to 16-1 and will face second-seeded Fredonia, who defeated third-seeded Geneseo 8-3 in the other semifinal game, Saturday at 12 p.m. in the conference championship game.

from RIT Athletics
The No. 1 RIT (17-0) men's lacrosse team advanced to its fourth straight Liberty League title game with a 17-4 win over No. 4 Clarkson University (7-8) in semifinal action from Tiger Stadium on Friday afternoon. RIT will face Union College in the Liberty League championship on Sunday, May 3 at 12 p.m. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Four players each scored two goals to lead the top-ranked and top-seeded Le Moyne College men's lacrosse team to a 12-8 win over fourth-seeded Franklin Pierce University on Friday afternoon in the semifinals of the Northeast-10 Conference Championship at Ted Grant Field. | Box Score

from Cornell Athletics
Cornell women's lacrosse came achingly close to securing the program's first victory in the Ivy League Tournament on Friday afternoon, but ultimately fell just inches short in a 7-6 loss to Penn at Class of 1952 Stadium. The loss drops the Big Red to 9-7, as the squad will now have its fate turned over to the selection committee for a possible at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. | Box Score

from The Sun News
Simply put, Hilbert men’s lacrosse coach Rick Schunke said Sean Purtill has “meant everything” to the program. He headlined the Hawks’ first-ever recruiting class in 2011, the program’s inaugural season, and has starred ever since.

from The Auburn Citizen
Wells College athletes will compete on a new artificial turf field by spring 2016 thanks to a $2 million investment in the school's athletic facilities approved Friday by its board of trustees. The upgrade to the east side of campus, near the existing soccer fields, will be a "wholly new enterprise," said Ann Rollo, director of communications and marketing.

from The Sun News
Standing along one of the sidelines on Joe Dietz Field early Saturday afternoon (April 25), no more than 10 minutes following a gritty 6-5 win by his Frontier boys lacrosse team, Chris Stack acknowledged the Falcons’ lack of possession time in the second half.

from Army West Point Athletics
The 18th-ranked Army West Point men's lacrosse team is set for Senior Day on Saturday as the Black Knights welcome second-ranked Notre Dame to Michie Stadium for a 1 p.m. start on CBS Sports Network.

from Syracuse.com
Fatigue, expectedly so, seemed to set in on the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team. The Lakers, in their eighth game in two weeks, gave up four quick third quarter goals to Westhill on Friday and faced their biggest deficit of the season. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
Baldwinsville snapped its two-game losing streak on Friday and edged out Fayetteville-Manlius 11-9. | Box Score

from CNY Girls Lacrosse
This is the second to last weekend of regular season action as teams are looking to finish their season strong or make a push to qualify for Sectionals.

from the Buffalo News
Penfield of Section V traveled a long way for a nonleague game in boys lacrosse, and returned home without a win. Host Orchard Park came away with an 11-7 victory.

from the Democrat & Chronicle
The trio shaved their heads to support junior lacrosse player Allen Hems, who has testicular cancer. Hems has continued to play this season, often going from treatments at Strong Memorial Hospital to school to a game. Video by James Johnson.

from North Country Sports
Saranac Lake Wins First Edging O.F.A.; Larries Beat Northwood.

from North Country Sports
The Shamrocks led Potsdam 7-3 at halftime. In the second half, Salmon River would pull away for a solid 19-5 win. The win left Salmon River in sole possession of first place, while Potsdam suffered its first loss.
Friday May 1, 2014 9:45AM
from SUNY Albany Athletics
With Lyle Thompson (LaFayette) scoring nine points, breaking the 100-point mark for the third year in a row, and the defense holding its opponent to two second half goals, the #7/7 UAlbany men’s lacrosse team defeated Hartford 15-6 to advance to its fourth-consecutive America East title game. | Box Score

from the Albany Times-Union
Niskayuna boys' lacrosse coach Mike Vorgang reached 350 wins with the Silver Warriors' 22-2 rout of Columbia on Thursday at Columbia High School.

from the Watertown Daily Times
Bryanna Fazio tallied five goals and two assists as General Brown beat Potsdam 17-7 in a nonleague girls lacrosse game Thursday.

from Syracuse.com
On Thursday, the Lancers got their chance and beat Cazenovia 18-15 behind five goals from Kaitlin Rurka. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
Alex Calkins scored a game-winning overtime goal that sealed a 9-8 win for CBA over Homer on Thursday. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
Westhill, at No. 11, were flawless on the road and sailed to its fifth straight win after blowing out Tully 19-7. | Box Score

from the Watertown Daily Times
It wasn’t that long ago that the Salmon River girls lacrosse team was struggling on and off the field, losing almost every game and barely funding their program. But now the Shamrocks are not only the top team in the Northern Athletic Conference, they also may become film stars.

from Binghamton Homepage
Corning @ Binghamton highlights. (Video 1:03)

from the Victor Post
The Victor Blue Devils are scoring, on average, about 15 goals a game and giving up, on average, about five goals a game.

But there is nothing average about this boys lacrosse team. On a chilly spring night at Victor High, the Blue Devils used a combination of offensive balance and sound defense to post a 16-6 win over Canandaigua Academy. And while the final score may tell you why Victor won, it doesn't tell you how.

from SportsFive.net
There were fifteen games played in beautiful weather. Thomas senior midfielder Cam Isaac scored with six seconds left in the second overtime period to give Thomas an 11-10 win (over Fairport).

from Syracuse.com
Liverpool senior attackman Dom Castiglia won our poll of who is the most feared boys lacrosse scorer in the Central New York Counties League. Castiglia, who has 31 goals so far this season, got more than 31 percent of the fans' vote over the past week. More than 20,000 votes were cast.

from Canisius Athletics
Three individual award winners highlighted the Canisius college women's lacrosse selections at the annual MAAC Women's Lacrosse banquet on Thursday evening. Senior attack Tori Quinn collected MAAC Offensive Player of the Year accolades for the third straight season, while freshman Erica Evans was named the conference's Midfielder of the Year and Rookie of the Year. Scott Teeter was also selected as Coach of the Year for the second time of his career.

from Lacrosse Magazine
With Selection Sunday upon us, the Lacrosse Magazine staff breaks down this weekend's conference tournament races and how the results may impact NCAA tournament selections. It's the last round of games before May Madness begins.

from Hobart Athletics
The Hobart College lacrosse team fell to Bryant University 11-8 in the Northeast Conference Tournament semifinals at Sweeney Field tonight. The Statesmen end the season with a 7-7 overall record, the program's best record since 2009. | Box Score

from U of Denver Athletics
Denver finished the evening with four players producing five or more points. Tewaaraton nominee and Denver's team-leader in points this season Connor Cannizzaro (Cazenovia) led the Pioneers in points for the eighth time in this campaign, tallying seven points on four goals and three assists. Cannizzaro produced the same output in the first meeting between the two programs on April 3. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
The oddity of seeing Colgate on Syracuse's lacrosse schedule, lodged between the ACC Tournament and the NCAA Tournament, makes perfect sense to Orange coach John Desko.

from Keuka College Athletics
The momentum in Wednesday night's North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men's lacrosse semifinal was with the Hilbert College Hawks after the host Keuka College Wolfpack allowed Hilbert to score the last five goals to force overtime at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex.

But the second-seeded Wolfpack (9-3) showcased their resiliency, and Keuka's strive for five straight NEAC titles remains alive after junior Tyler Skowronski (Clarence, N.Y./Clarence) ripped home a shot 1:20 into overtime as Keuka prevailed 12-11. | Box Score

from OCC Athletics
The nationally-ranked Onondaga Community College women's lacrosse team will look to capture the Region III Women's Lacrosse Championship this weekend as the No. 2 Lazers are one of four teams to vie for the crown at Monroe Community College in Rochester.

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from Le Moyne Athletics
Le Moyne College junior attacker Erica Geremia (West Genesee/SUNY Cortland) and senior goalkeeper Molly Marbut (Edgewater, Md./South River) have been named the top players at their position as the Northeast-10 Conference announced its end-of-season awards and all-conference teams on Thursday afternoon. The award winners and all-conference teams were voted upon by the league's 14 head coaches.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
University at Albany women’s lacrosse (13-3, 5-1 AE) saw an all-time best 13 team members selected to three all-conference teams, when the America East staff announced regular season award winners on Thursday evening. Senior attack Maureen Keggins (Watertown) garnered Offensive Player of the Year honors.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
University at Albany women’s lacrosse (13-3) hits the road for the America East Tournament this weekend, facing off against Vermont (11-6) in the semifinals on Friday at 7:30 p.m. The game will be available on AmericaEast.tv, and the winner faces the victor of Stony Brook vs. UMBC on Sunday at noon.

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse senior Kailah Kempney (Carthage) and junior Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna) are this week's Inside Lacrosse Sector Co-Players of the Week for their performances in the ACC Tournament. It is the second consecutive week that Treanor has earned the award, while Kempney earns the accolade for the first time in her career.

from Cornell Athletics
Cornell women's lacrosse will embark on its Ivy League Tournament run on Friday when it takes on #13/13 Penn in a semi-final round matchup in Princeton, N.J. Winner will move on to face the victor in the matchup of #11/11 Princeton and Harvard in the championship game on Sunday.

from Lacrosse Magazine
In Lacrosse Magazine's second episode of "Overtime with Paul Carcaterra," Thompson shares insight into his spiritual connection to the game, what it's like to be him and what's next for a once-in-a-generation talent. (Video 17:33)

from Monroe CC Athletics
We’re excited to announce that John Galloway (Syracuse University grad and current Rochester Rattlers goalie) will be having a goalie clinic at Monroe CC on June 6th, 2015 from 9am to 12pm.

from WNY Lacrosse Digest
It’s the moment every student-athlete dreams about-signing day. For two of Western New York’s most recognizable lacrosse program’s it was memorable 24 hours. At 9am, on April 23, Olivia Macdonald and Katie Meegan of Mt. St. Mary Academy both signed their National Letter’s of Intent to play college lacrosse.

from The Daily Orange
Scott Firman will likely never be too extroverted when it comes to lacrosse, regardless of what happens. You’ll probably never see him demoralized either. In his two years at Syracuse as a long-stick midfielder on the faceoff unit, he’s experienced both ends of the spectrum with faceoff success and it’s trained him to value each side.

from TopLaxRecruits.com
The Upstate New York Middle School Academy roster has been announced the 2015 Brine National Lacrosse Classic in Virginia, June 29-July. Twenty-two players currently in grades 6 through 8 have qualified for selection and will showcase their lacrosse skills in a series of games.

from NewsChannel9.com
Hannah Powers, Skaneateles. (Video 1:50)

from NLL.com
The Buffalo Bandits (10-7) will have one final tuneup before the playoffs when the team returns home to take on the New England Black Wolves (4-12) at First Niagara Center on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game is available on UniversalSports.com (laptop/desktop) & USN app (mobile/tablet) in the U.S. and TSN GO in Canada.

from NLL.com
With its East Division clinch hopes dependent on Toronto's result the night before, the Rochester Knighthawks (12-5) close out the 2015 NLL regular season with a road trip to The Hive to take on the Minnesota Swarm (5-12) at Xcel Energy Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. Watch the game on NLL LIVE in the U.S. and TSN GO in Canada.


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