Daily Archives: July 16, 2011

NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of “2011 NCAA Men’s Champion Virginia Men’s Lacrosse” Tournament Victories Over Maryland, Denver And Cornell On May 21-30


Highlights: Virginia Cavaliers vs. Maryland Terrapins; May 30, 2011; NCAA championship game. Final score: UVA 9, Md. 7.

Highlights: Virginia Cavaliers vs. Denver Pioneers; May 28, 2011; NCAA tournament semifinal. Final score: UVA 14, DU 8.

Highlights: Virginia Cavaliers vs. Cornell Big Red; May 21, 2011; NCAA tournament quarterfinal. Final score: UVA 13, Cornell 9.

NCAA Lacrosse Recruiting: Cornell Men’s Lacrosse Announces 11-Man Recruiting Class (2015) Including De La Salle (CA) Defenseman Connor Hunt


Ben DeLuca ’98, the Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse, has announced the Cornell men’s lacrosse incoming class of 2015.The Big Red, looking to replace nine graduated seniors, will add 11 players to next year’s squad, five of which earned high school All-American honors.

 The group is comprised of five attackmen, three defensemen, two midfielders and one goalkeeper. Additionally, the players represent seven states and one Canadian province with three players hailing from New Jersey, two from New York, two from Maryland, and one each from California, Ohio, Tennessee and Alberta.

Connor Hunt – 6-4 – D – Alamo, Calif.
(De La Salle HS)
A high school All-American in 2011, Hunt was a three year letter winner at De La Salle HS, serving as team captain during his senior season. He was a two-time first-team all-league selection and helped his squad to back-to-back section championships in 2009 and 2010. Hunt also played football and basketball.

DeLuca on Hunt: Connor will bring to the team what we’ve been lacking on defense over the past few seasons, as he has tremendous size. He’s a great athlete and is one of the best defenders in his class. We’re excited to see what he will be able to do based on his size, range and skills.

Name Ht./Wt. Pos. Hometown (Previous School)
Connor Buczek 6-2/205 A Cincinnati, Ohio (St. Xavier HS)
Chris Cook 5-10/160 A/M Manhasset, N.Y. (Loomis Chaffee School)
Matt Donovan 6-0/170 A Morristown, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep)
John Hogan 5-9/170 M Annapolis, Md. (Deerfield Academy)
Connor Hunt 6-4/205 D Alamo, Calif. (De La Salle HS)
Mike Huttner 5-11/210 M Fair Haven, N.J. (Rumson Fair Haven HS)
Will Joyce 6-0/175 G Chevy Chase Md. (Salisbury School)
Jack Molloy 5-9/170 A Basking Ridge, N.J. (Delbarton School)
Russell Scott 6-4/195 D Germantown, Tenn. (Memphis University School)
Jordan Stevens 6-1/180 D Smithtown, N.Y. (Smithtown HS West)
Erik Turner 6-1/195 A St. Albert, Alberta (St. Francis Xavier)

For more:  http://www.cornellbigred.com/news/2011/7/13/MLAX_0713111735.aspx