Daily Archives: March 8, 2010

WDIA College Women’s Lacrosse: #1 Santa Clara Women’s Lacrosse Defeated #2 UC Santa Barbara 12-11 On March 6


 

The 2nd ranked Gauchos hosted top ranked Santa Clara and lost by a goal in a tight 12-11 contest. Both goalies had 16 saves apiece but the Broncos outshot UCSB 32-29 to get the win. Santa Clara fueled their efforts by winning the draw control battle 17-8.

The Broncos scored the first goal of the game when senior Krista Shaw (Denver, CO) assisted freshman Maggie Burke (Lake Forest, IL) at 4:22 into the match. UCSB answered that when senior Sam Lutz (San Diego, CA) fed sophomore Maegan Cruse (San Diego, CA) at 5:55 to tie it 1-1. The Gauchos went up 3-1 on unassisted goals by Cruse and freshman Katie Mitchell (Lafayette, CA) but Bronco freshman Juliana Onieal (New York, NY) found junior Gracie Binder  (Seattle, WA) open in front of the UCSB goal and it was 3-2. That’s pretty much how it went all game with one team scoring one or two and the other team scoring one or two. The Gauchos did lead by 2 goals twice more in the first half but could not put any distance between themselves and Santa Clara.

The exception for the two teams trading scoring in 1’s or 2’s came in the last minute of the first half and the first two minutes of the second half. UCSB scored on a Mitchell assist to junior Ashley Antoon-Algieri (San Ramon, CA) with 1:19 left in the first half to put UCSB up 6-4. Santa Clara then won the next draw control before successfully running their offense to score with 15 seconds left. A Binder to Burke connection pulled the Broncos to within one at 6-5 before intermission.

The Broncos won two draw controls and scored two goals to start the second half, getting up 7-6 on a Kayla Ushman (Menlo Park, CA) free position shot only 2:17 into the second half. That was a three goal run by the Broncos and while UCSB came back to tie it at 10-10 with 15 minutes remaining Santa Clara responded to that surge by the Gauchos with 2 more goals to go up 12-10 with 4:55 to go in the game.

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MCLA College Men’s Lacrosse: #1 Michigan Men’s Lacrosse Defeated #5 BYU 13-9 On March 6 Despite Missing 6 Suspended Players


 

The University of Michigan men’s lacrosse team wrapped up their opening-season road trip Saturday night (March 6) in Provo, Utah, defeating Brigham Young by a score of 13-9, improving to 3-0 on the 2010 campaign. In a see-saw affair, the Wolverines gutted out the victory with timely runs and a focus on possession despite the absence of six players due to suspension.

Freshman Thomas Paras (Lakewood, Ohio/St. Ignatius) had the best day of his young Wolverine career, netting four goals, while adding three assists. Junior attackman Trevor Yealy (Pittsburgh, Penn./Upper St. Claire) had another typical outing, netting four as well, while senior midfielder Jamie Goldberg (Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown) played out of position at attack most of the night, but still managed to net two of his own while adding an assist.

The Wolverines won the opening faceoff and put together a lengthy possession to kick off the game, registering two quality chances but failing to find the back of the net. BYU responded with three shots from the left wing with junior goaltender Mark Stone (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) coming up big early on.

It was the Cougars that would score first however, on a shot from just outside the crease to grab the early 1-0 lead. BYU made it 2-0 just over a minute later on a dodge down the left wing followed by shot across the cage that snuck just inside the right elbow.

Michigan was awarded a man-up opportunity following a push in the BYU zone after the ensuing faceoff but the Maize and Blue failed to capitalize, turning the ball over early in the man-up. The turnover resulted in a BYU possession and their third goal of the game as the Cougars opened up a 3-0 lead late in the first quarter.

The Wolverines got on the board on their next possession as senior captain David Rogers (Wayne, N.J./Wayne Hills) found Paras open on the right wing after two Cougar defenders slipped on the play. Paras fired a rocket that seemingly went through the goaltender as Michigan clawed within two at 3-1.

College Men’s Lacrosse Highlights: Navy Men’s Lacrosse Defeats Bucknell 8-7 In Overtime On March 6 (Video)


One save from R.J. Wickham and one shot from Patrick Moran may go a long way to determining the fate of the Navy men’s lacrosse season.

Wickham stopped 18 shots, while Moran (Severn) fired in three goals – including the game-winner – and assisted on another to lead Navy to an 8-7 overtime victory over Bucknell in front of 3,182 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Navy (3-2 overall, 2-0 Patriot League) held a 6-2 lead after three quarters, only to see the Bison rally to force the extra session. The win prevented the Mids from losing three straight home games for only the second time since 2004.

“It was what has turned out to be a typical Navy-Bucknell game,” Navy coach Richie Meade said. “This was a really big game for our program. This is one of the most storied programs in college lacrosse and we don’t expect to lose to anybody.”

Navy appeared to be in control with the four-goal lead after three quarters. Bucknell scored three straight to pull within one, but Navy’s Ryan O’Leary made it 7-5 with 6:48 left.

Bucknell (2-3, 0-2) rallied from a two-goal deficit in last Saturday’s win over Towson, and it appeared as though history was going to repeat itself yesterday.

Goals from Mike Danylyshyn and Ryan Klipstein tied the game at 7 with just over a minute left. The Bison won the ensuing faceoff and were holding for a last shot when Palmer got free, but Wickham lunged to his left to stop the shot as time expired to force overtime.

Wickham had a flashback to last year when Bucknell’s Charlie Sweep scored a diving goal as time expired in the Bison’s 8-7 win.

NCAA College Women’s Lacrosse Scores For Week Ending March 7


 

03/07 Boston University 15, William & Mary 10
Brown 13, Quinnipiac 10
Connecticut 16, Binghamton 12
Dartmouth 12, Notre Dame 8
Davidson 19, Saint Francis 9
Drexel 13, Bucknell 11
Duquesne 14, Cincinnati 13 (2 OT)
George Washington 9, Virginia Tech 8
Navy 23, Fresno State 2
Stanford 14, Vanderbilt 9
Villanova 21, Long Island U. 8
Virginia 13, Penn State 8
03/06 Albany 24, Niagara 2
American 12, Old Dominion 10
Boston College 20, Siena 5
Bryant 14, Central Connecticut 10
Canisius 14, Robert Morris 8
Denver 12, Holy Cross 6
Duke 15, Princeton 6
Fairfield 13, Sacred Heart 10
Hofstra 12, Cornell 10
Jacksonville 14, St. Bonaventure 12
James Madison 10, Yale 4
Johns Hopkins 15, Harvard 10
La Salle 12, Lafayette 8
Lehigh 9, Saint Joseph’s 7
Liberty 17, Howard 16 (2 OT)
Louisville 13, Oregon 10
Manhattan 13, Wagner 11
Marist 10, Le Moyne 8
New Hampshire 16, Colgate 11
North Carolina 11, Penn 6
Northwestern 15, Georgetown 10
Rutgers 12, Delaware 11
Towson 14, Loyola 10
UC Davis 14, Temple 13 (2 OT)
03/05 Cincinnati 10, Detroit 6
Maryland 11, Virginia 5
Navy 17, Monmouth 5
Ohio State 16, Duquesne 6
Saint Francis 13, Presbyterian 10
UMBC 18, Fresno State 3
03/04 Florida 22, St. Bonaventure 11
Frostburg State 17, Howard 13
Stanford 19, Davidson 7
Villanova 13, UC Davis 12

MCLA College Men’s Lacrosse Scores For Week Ending March 7


 

DIVISION I

03/07 Buffalo 7, Georgia Tech 6
Chapman 13, Florida State 9
Colorado State 14, New Hampshire 6
Indiana 19, Eastern Michigan 3
Iowa 19, Augustana 5
Miami (FL) 18, Florida International 7
Oklahoma 12, Nebraska 7
Purdue 11, Minnesota St. Mankato 8
Texas A&M 12, Tennessee 10
03/06 Arizona 15, UNLV 10
Boston University 10, Georgia Tech 6
Cal Poly – SLO 12, San Diego 8
Eastern Michigan 10, Calvin 7
Illinois 7, Minnesota 5
Indiana 16, Hope 7
Iowa 1, Nebraska – Omaha 0
Lindenwood 7, Texas A&M 6
Miami (FL) 23, Florida Gulf Coast 7
Michigan 13, Brigham Young 9
Minnesota St. Mankato 10, Indiana Tech 4
Missouri 14, Missouri S&T 6
North Texas 12, Nebraska 4
Portland State 11, Boise State 7
South Florida 7, Alabama 6
Tennessee 14, Illinois State 9
UC Santa Barbara 9, Sonoma State 5
Utah State 24, Wyoming 0
03/05 Cal State Fullerton 15, UC San Diego 4
California 15, Chico State 10
Colorado State 12, Simon Fraser 6
Florida 14, Cal Poly – SLO 13 (2 OT)
Lindenwood 8, Tennessee 7
New Hampshire 9, Colorado 8
Pittsburgh vs. Ohio University (ppd.)
San Diego State 7, SMU 6
TCU 19, Nebraska 6
Texas A&M 12, Illinois State 8
Texas Tech 12, Oklahoma 6
UC Davis 7, Stanford 5
Utah 11, UNLV 10
03/04 Claremont 9, Long Beach State 0
Texas 20, Baylor 4
Wake Forest 18, North Carolina State 6

DIVISION II

03/07 Iowa 19, Augustana 5
Palmer 10, Cornell College 3
St. Thomas 16, UW – Eau Claire 1
Stonehill 13, Georgia State 6
Western Oregon 11, Central Washington 10 (OT)
03/06 Appalachian State vs. Aquinas (ppd.)
Army Prep 11, Briarcliffe 6
Citadel 18, Wofford 9
Colorado – Mines 11, CSU – Pueblo 4
Eastern Michigan 10, Calvin 7
Elon 16, Coastal Carolina 5
Ferris State 16, DePaul 13
Ferris State 6, Taylor 4
Indiana 16, Hope 7
Iowa 1, Nebraska – Omaha 0
Missouri 14, Missouri S&T 6
Palm Beach Atlantic 13, Stonehill 11
Regis 10, Colorado – Colo. Sprs. 7
S. Connecticut State 9, New Haven 2
Sam Houston State 24, Austin 0
San Jose State 16, Occidental 12
Southern Oregon 7, Montana State 6
Stephen F. Austin 19, Texas – San Antonio 7
Taylor 12, Missouri Baptist 9
Western Washington 17, Western Oregon 12
Whitman 18, Central Washington 8
Willamette 21, Humboldt State 5
03/05 Biola 20, Occidental 3
Cal State Fullerton 15, UC San Diego 4
Concordia (CA) 17, UOP 0
DePaul 11, Taylor 9
Missouri Baptist 10, Ferris State 9
North Florida 12, Georgia Southern 7
Palm Beach Atlantic 13, Georgia State 2
St. Olaf 18, Bethel 9
03/04 Claremont 9, Long Beach State 0
Concordia (CA) 12, St. Mary’s (CA) 6
Davenport 22, Hope 11
Northern Colorado 14, Metro State 1

NCAA College Men’s Lacrosse Scores For Week Ending March 7


 

DIVISION I

03/07 Denver 8, Lehigh 7
Penn 8, Air Force 7
Quinnipiac 13, Detroit 8
Virginia 11, Syracuse 10
Yale 14, Presbyterian 5
03/06 Cornell 12, Army 11 (OT)
Delaware 16, Albany 9
Drexel 12, Binghamton 7
Georgetown 9, St. John’s 6
Hartford 13, Siena 11
Harvard 9, Holy Cross 7
Hobart 12, Colgate 9
Hofstra 15, Brown 12
Lafayette 15, Wagner 4
Lehigh 14, Air Force 13
Manhattan 12, Sacred Heart 9
Marist 13, Vermont 11
Maryland 11, Duke 10 (OT)
Navy 8, Bucknell 7 (OT)
North Carolina 12, UMBC 7
Notre Dame 11, Loyola 9
Ohio State 11, Penn State 10 (OT)
Penn 11, Denver 7
Princeton 11, Johns Hopkins 10 (OT)
Robert Morris 19, VMI 8
Rutgers 15, Saint Joseph’s 6
Stony Brook 14, Towson 11
Villanova 8, Fairfield 6
03/05 Jacksonville 9, Providence 4
Yale 13, Massachusetts 12

DIVISION II

03/07 C.W. Post 12, Mercy 3
Dominican C. 13, Dominican U. 4
Le Moyne 8, Limestone 6
Merrimack 12, Florida Southern 11
Saint Leo 12, Pfeiffer 7
St. Andrews 13, Rollins 12
03/06 Assumption 13, Clark 7
C.W. Post 17, Seton Hill 4
Franklin Pierce 12, Nichols 6
Mars Hill 15, Catawba 7
Mercyhurst 11, Dowling 8
NYIT 22, Lake Erie 3
Queens U. of Charlotte 16, Notre Dame de Namur 7
S. New Hampshire 13, Molloy 10
Saint Anselm 24, Becker 2
Wingate 11, Belmont Abbey 8
03/05 Lees-McRae 12, Grand Canyon 8
Rollins 9, Pfeiffer 8
Saint Leo 18, St. Andrews 9

DIVISION III

03/07 Catholic 16, Cazenovia 1
Fontbonne 25, Southwestern 5
Goucher 13, King’s 2
Gwynedd-Mercy 13, Husson 3
Mary Washington 12, Christopher Newport 7
Medaille 13, Misericordia 9
Merchant Marine 16, DeSales 8
Mt. St. Vincent 10, St. Joseph’s (ME) 4
Oswego 6, Maritime 4
Plattsburgh 22, Farmingdale State 15
Stevens 10, Springfield 4
Stevenson 11, Western New England 5
Trine 13, Hendrix 5
Western Connecticut 17, Castleton 11
03/06 Adrian 12, Saint Vincent 11
Assumption 13, Clark 7
Bates 12, Lasell 5
Brockport 11, Alfred 10 (OT)
Centenary 16, PSU – Abington 0
Curry 6, Mass-Boston 5
Dickinson 9, Montclair State 6
Eastern 13, Guilford 5
Elizabethtown 14, Immaculata 5
Franklin Pierce 12, Nichols 6
Geneseo 9, Nazareth 8 (OT)
Gettysburg 7, Cortland 5
Gordon 12, Salem State 9
Greensboro 11, Wesley 10
Hampden-Sydney 14, Marymount 8
Hood 13, Washington & Jefferson 12 (OT)
Keene State 21, New England College 6
Keuka 11, Shenandoah 8
Lebanon Valley 14, Mount Saint Mary 7
Lycoming 15, Elmira 8
Lynchburg 17, Mount St. Joseph 2
Marywood 6, Muhlenberg 5
Mount Ida 12, Mass-Dartmouth 11 (OT)
Mt. St. Vincent 9, Cobleskill 8 (OT)
Norwich 10, Anna Maria 6
Oneonta 9, Clarkson 8 (2 OT)
Rensselaer 13, RIT 12
Roanoke 21, Cabrini 7
Saint Anselm 24, Becker 2
Scranton 15, Utica 13
Skidmore 12, Hartwick 7
St. Joseph’s (ME) 17, Bard 0
St. Lawrence 8, Haverford 6
St. Mary’s 9, Franklin & Marshall 6
Stockton 19, Wells 5
Susquehanna 17, Randolph 6
Union 8, Babson 5
Ursinus 11, Messiah 1
Vassar 11, Kean 8
Virginia Wesleyan 12, McDaniel 7
Washington & Lee 9, Washington College 5
Wesleyan 8, Salve Regina 3
Wheaton 12, U. of New England 10
Widener 12, Swarthmore 6
Wooster 16, Birmingham-Southern 4
03/05 Carthage 19, Southwestern 3
Farmingdale State 16, Oswego 12
Kenyon 14, Hendrix 3
Plattsburgh 14, Western Connecticut 12
St. John Fisher 25, MSOE 4

College Men’s Lacrosse:#1 Syracuse Men’s Lacrosse Defeat #2 Virginia 11-10 After Furious Comeback By The Orange


Syracuse's Joel White(11) and goalie John Galloway defend as Virginia's John Haldy shoots a goal during the NCAA lacrosse game Sunday March 7, 2010 at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. Virginia won 11-10. Andrew Shurtleff / AP

 The No. 1 Syracuse lacrosse team scored one — repeat, one — even-strength goal against No. 2 Virginia’s defense in the first three quarters of an 11-10 loss before a crowd of 7,501 on a glorious 60-degree Sunday afternoon at Klockner Stadium. It trailed 10-6 with 13:46 to play and had only junior goaltender John Galloway and his 18 marvelous saves standing in the way of a rout.

Eleven minutes later the score was 11-10 and the Orange (2-1) had the ball and a chance to tie. Make that two chances. Amazing. Again. It never happened, though, as an errant shot and a fatal turnover allowed the Cavs (4-0) to weather a storm few envisioned brewing and defeated Syracuse for the seventh times in the last eight meetings between the rivals.

“We’re just never going to give up until it says 0:00 on the clock,” said senior attackman Chris Daniello, who led the Orange with two goals and three assists for a career-high five points. “We’re just going to keep going and keep going, and whatever happens, happens.”