Daily Archives: April 8, 2011

NCAA Lacrosse: Cal Berkeley Women’s Lacrosse (8-6) Loses Final Home Game 16-14 To Oregon

Despite a career-high tying five goals by Tara Arolla, California lost a key conference match against Oregon, 16-14, in its last regular-season game of the year on Friday afternoon at Witter Rugby Field. Playing in what is likely the last home game of their careers, goalkeeper Allie Shropshire made six saves and midfielder Chapin Jackson collected one goal and one assist for the Golden Bears on Senior Day.

Cal and the Ducks are trying to qualify and claim the highest seed possible for the upcoming Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament. Cal’s record dropped to 8-6 (2-2 in the MPSF), while the Ducks improved top 5-6 (2-0 in the MPSF).

NCAA Lacrosse: #2 Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse (7-0) Hosts Georgetown (5-4) In Big East Lacrosse Showdown On April 10 Aired Live On ESPNU

No. 2 Notre Dame (7-0, 2-0) will play host to BIG EAST foe Georgetown (5-4, 2-1) at noon (ET) on Sunday at Arlotta Stadium. The game will be aired live on ESPNU.

Mike Corey will handle play-by-play duties, while Jamie Munro will serve as the analyst. • This will be the 11th meeting all-time between Notre Dame and Georgetown.

The Hoyas lead the series 3-7, which includes an 11-8 win over Notre Dame last season in Washington, D.C. That was the first meeting between the two schools since the 1999 campaign. The Hoyas have won the last five encounters with the Fighting Irish. • Georgetown is 1-1 all-time at Notre Dame.

The last showdown between the Irish and Hoyas in South Bend occurred in 1999. Georgetown won that contest 12-8. The only other meeting at Notre Dame was a 13-10 Fighting Irish victory in 1993. That was Notre Dame’s last win over Georgetown. • The Irish are off to a 7-0 start for the third time in program history (31 seasons).

The other 7-0 starts came in 1993 and 2009. • The Irish are coming off a 12-8 win over then No. 8 Villanova. That marked the fifth ranked opponent the Fighting Irish have defeated this season. • Notre Dame’s defense ranks first nationally by allowing just 6.14 goals per game, which is on pace to break the school-record mark of 6.19 from the 2009 season. • BIG EAST rivals Notre Dame (7-0) and Syracuse (8-0) are the only two undefeated teams remaining in all of NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse.

• Georgetown will bring a 5-4 record into Sunday’s contest. The Hoyas are 2-1 in BIG EAST play. The Hoyas are coming off a 13-7 win at Mt. Saint Mary’s on Tuesday. Their other wins have come against Jacksonville (15-12), St. John’s (13-9), Providence (14-5) and Navy (9-8). The losses were to Maryland (20-8), Harvard (16-15), Syracuse (9-8 OT) and Duke (14-12). • The Hoyas average 11.89 goals per game on offense and surrender 11.11 goals per game defensively. • Sophomore attackman Davey Emala leads the team in goals (26) and points (31). Attackman Rickey Mirabito has a team-high 16 assists. Senior goalie Jack Davis has started all nine games and carries an 11.18 goals-against average and a .470 save percentage. Senior defenseman Barney Ehrmann and sophomore attackman Travis Comeau both were preseason all-BIG EAST selections. • Georgetown went 9-5 last season and the Hoyas finished second in the BIG EAST with a 5-1 league mark. • Head coach Dave Urick is in his 21st season at the helm of the Hoya program. He has a 205-85 record at Georgetown.

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NCAA Lacrosse: #10 Denver Men’s Lacrosse (7-2) Travels To Bethpage, NY To Face #4 Duke On April 9

NCAA Lacrosse: Ohio State Men’s Lacrosse (5-5) Hosts Hobart On April 9

Southern California High School Lacrosse Profile: Foothill Knights Lacrosse All-American Senior Attacker Cameron Cole

Cameron Cole, Senior Attacker, Foothill Lacrosse

Cameron Cole continues to lead the No. 1 ranked team in the county, the Foothill Knights. Cole has scored 17 goals and notched 17 assists so far for the Knights. Cole earned all-county and All-American honors last year.



“Wheelchair Lacrosse” Video Highlights Using “GroPro Video Camera” Technology