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NCAA Lacrosse: USC Women’s Lacrosse Falls Short Against Princeton 18-13 On March 3


USC Women's Lacrosse vs Princeton

Caroline de Lyra nearly single-handedly kept the Women of Troy (3-3) in a game against Princeton (2-1) on Sunday, March 3, at Class of 52 Stadium. The first-year Trojan scored eight goals and picked up an assist as USC fought to stay with the Tigers before an 18-13 loss on the road.
Freshman attack Paige Bonomi added a pair of goals while freshman attack Caroline Cordrey, freshman midfield Amanda Johansen, and freshman midfield Haleigh Dalmass scored one goal, each. Cordrey led the team with a pair of assists while Johansen had the other of USC’s four assists in the game.
Johansen had team-high honors with seven draw controls and picked up two ground balls. Defensively, the Trojans were led by freshman Courtney Tarleton’s three ground balls and three caused turnovers. Freshman defense Kelsey Dreyer also picked up three ground balls. In goal, USC got a full 60 minutes from freshman Liz Shaeffer who picked up six saves and added two ground balls to her final line.
For Princeton, Mary-Kate Sivilli led the way with five goals. Erin McMunn and Anya Gersoff each had three goals apiece, and Charlotte Davis, Jaci Gassaway, and Alexandra Bruno scored twice, each. Sarah Lloyd topped all players with six assists on the day while McMunn had four helpers.
The Tigers scored first as Sam Ellis put one past Shaeffer, but de Lyra went to goal unassisted and found the back of the cage to square the score at one-all. Princeton went on a short run and pulled out to a 4-1 lead as Lloyd found Sivilli and Gersoff on back-to-back Tiger possessions. Princeton had de Lyra marked throughout the first half, but she was able to score, unassisted, at the 19:48 mark to get USC within two goals at 4-2.

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NCAA Div II Lacrosse: Colorado Mesa Men’s Lacrosse (1-1) Defeats Colorado College 11-7 And Heads East For Start Of 6-Game Road Trip


Colorado Mesa Men's Lacrosse

The Colorado Mesa University Men’s Lacrosse team had their home opener today at Walker Field against the Colorado College Tigers. The Mavericks came from behind in the first half to pick up an 11-7 win. Colorado Mesa improved their record to 1-1 on the season while the Tigers suffered their first defeat and are 2-1 on the season.
After being tied at halftime 3-3, the Mavericks came out of the break and scored five goals in the third period and three goals in the fourth while Colorado College could only muster two goals in each of the final two periods.
Steve Brandenburg lead the way for the Mavericks recording a hat trick while scooping up two groundballs. Kade Robinson added two goals on the offensive side of the field.
Josh Russell and Michael Beimford led the way defensively picking up six groundballs a piece.
Zach Weaver earned the win making 16 saves in net.
The Mavericks will hit the road for a pair of games in North Carolina starting on March 7. Colorado Mesa will face the Pfeiffer Falcons and Queens College on the two game road trip.

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MCLA Lacrosse: #1 Colorado State Men’s Lacrosse Overcomes 4-Goal Deficit In Fourth Quarter To Beat #7 UC Santa Barbara 11-10 In Overtime On March 2


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The #1 Colorado State Rams needed six goals in the fourth quarter to overcome what had been an 8-4 deficit to start the final frame against #7 UC-Santa Barbara on a warm day at the Kellogg-Zaher Soccer Park in Las Vegas, NV. Senior Austin Fisher (Rock Canyon HS / Highlands Ranch, CO) finished off a fast-break by fellow senior captain Tyler Zabor (Rock Canyon HS / Highlands Ranch, CO) 2:46 into the overtime frame to cap the exciting comeback and give the Rams an important 11-10 win on their first road trip of the 2013 season.
Fisher stole the show for CSU, tallying six goals and two assists to lead all scorers and tie career-highs in both points and goals. The Rams needed his heroics after falling behind by scores of 3-0, 6-3, and 8-4 throughout the game. UC-Santa Barbara was playing well on both ends of the field and looked primed to run away with the contest heading into the fourth quarter until the Rams got to work in the final 15 minutes.
Fisher started the fourth quarter scoring on an assist from senior Tim Taggart (Mountain Vista HS / Highlands Ranch, CO) and CSU ran off three more goals in the next three minutes to tie the game, including junior long-stick midfielder Zach Arthur (Cherry Creek HS / Denver, CO), who struck with 6:29 left to tie it up. UCSB answered back when CJ Jacobs buried a shot on the run with 3:26 to go, but the Rams got two markers in under a minute as Fisher and junior Sean Smith (Amherst HS / Amherst, NY) assisted each other’s goals to take their first lead with just over two minutes to play. But UCSB fought back again, getting a transition goal from Ryan Walsh with just over a minute to go to force overtime.
In the overtime period, junior netminder Koltin Fatzinger (Wheat Ridge HS / Thornton, CO) made a save on a dodge and shot from the alley and got the ball up the field to Zabor. Zabor pushed the net and fed Fisher in front for the dramatic game winner that allowed the Rams to escape the Gauchos with an 11-10 win.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Women’s Lacrosse (3-1) Rolls Over #20 Louisville 19-13 On March 2


Denver Women's Lacrosse vs Louisville

University of Denver redshirt-senior Kara Secora (Denver, Colo.) tallied five goals and two assists, leading the Pioneers to a 19-13 victory over No. 20 Louisville on Saturday afternoon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium.
Junior Jenn Etzel (Bel Air, Md.) tallied four goals and two assists for the Pioneers (3-1). Junior Meredith Harris (Middleburg, Va.) added five goals on seven shots, and sophomore Jill Remenapp (Woodbine, Md.) scored a goal to go along with four assists. Senior Kate Henrich (Lansdale, Pa.) registered seven caused turnovers, six ground balls and two draw controls.
“It was a very exciting game having a ranked opponent come in for our home opener,” head coach Liza Kelly said. “After last week’s game at Delaware we felt that we were one dimensional offensively with our attack. We stressed all week at practice to trust everyone and get after them right away, and that’s what we did.”
The Pioneers jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Cardinals (3-1) finally got on the board with 16:52 remaining in the first half. Harris and Etzel each scored two goals apiece in the first half. DU took an 8-5 lead into the locker room.
Louisville brought the game to within three at 11-8 in the second half, but Denver responded with four-straight goals over the next four minutes to put the game out of reach.
Denver returns to action the on Monday at 1 p.m., when High Point visits Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Ohio State Men’s Lacrosse 10-9 OT Win Over Penn State


 

NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse 10-9 3OT Win Over North Carolina


#2 ranked Notre Dame defeated #9 North Carolina in 3 Overtimes, freshmen attack Matt Kavanagh scored the game winning goal. Notre Dame improves to 3-0 on the year.