Monthly Archives: February 2014

NCAA Lacrosse: USC Women’s Lacrosse Open 2014 Season Hosting Marist Feb 28; First Six Games At Home Before Trip To UMass On March 22


The USC women’s lacrosse program is in year two of existence, but time and tide don’t matter for the Women of Troy who are focused on improving each and every time they take the field. The team’s biggest mission during its first year was improvement and it was apparent by the close of the season that it had accomplished at least that much.

“Looking at our first game and then at our last game, we really improved and that was our mission. It was really important to us,” said head coach Lindsey Munday.

The Trojans battled their way to a 5-3 mark in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation and claimed the final spot in the league’s postseason tournament. Despite the team’s overall 8-10 record, USC reached marked milestones on its journey into postseason play and is poised to take the next step as 2014 opens.

As a precursor to the season, Munday asked her Trojans to set aside goals. Instead, she hopes her team focuses on the process.

“In sports, it’s really easy to write down a goal,” said Munday. “But as a team, what’s most important is how we’re going to achieve goals. We’re going to focus on living out what it means to be a USC lacrosse player every single day, focusing on the process and not the outcome and controlling our efforts and attitudes.”

Several players return to the 2014 squad who were key to USC’s success in year one. Sophomore midfielder Amanda Johansen set MPSF records for draw controls in a single game (13 vs. Fresno State) and in a single season (100) on her way to IWLCA All-West/Mid-West Region First Team and All-MPSF first-team honors. Johansen was also chosen as the league’s Rookie of the Year and earned Rookie of the Week honors three times with 5.56 draw controls per contest.

On defense, the Trojans are led by All-MPSF first-team selection Courtney Tarleton. Tarleton was also a first-team All-MPSF selection and ranked second in the conference for caused turnovers (1.78 ctpg) and ground balls (2.22 gbpg). On the attack, sophomore Caroline de Lyra brings back some serious firepower as an All-MPSF second team choice. She led the team and was the MPSF’s second-leading scorer with 5.17 goals per game. In year one, de Lyra turned heads as she put up a team-high 93 points with 51 goals and 42 points.

In the net, sophomore Liz Shaeffer returns. Shaeffer was solid for the Trojans as she ranked fifth in the MPSF in save percentage (.393) and sixth in goals against average (7.39 gaa).

This year, the Trojans field a team of 37 players, including 13 true freshmen. USC played without a senior on the squad in its inaugural season and has just two on the roster in 2014. With the veteran leadership from last year’s team returning, the Trojans look to meld youth with experience as the top-10 ranked freshman class arrives on campus.

“It’s definitely exciting for us,” Munday said, “because we have some older girls, even sophomores, who are older now, as leaders. We’re trusting in our returning players to bring our newcomers along and to help them, and to grow as a unit together. It has been fun to see a mix of old and new.”

Despite the prevailing youth on the team, the Trojan staff knows that it can rely on the contributions of several key newcomers, as the season gets under way.

“We really have a strong group of freshman, this year,” Munday said. “On the defensive end Nina Kelty has been coming on really strong. In the midfield Michaela Michael, Kylie Drexel, Alex Moore, and Gabby McMahon are going to be the bulk of our midfield. In the front, we have Annie Ruland, Cynthia Del Core, and Shannon Nugent on attack. Across the board, we are going to have some newcomers come in and make statements right away.”

The Women of Troy take McAlister Field to open the book on 2014 with a Feb. 28 matchup against Marist. USC will play its first MPSF conference game as host to UC Davis on March 14. The Trojans upended the Aggies, 12-7, in last year’s meeting in Northern California. In other non-league action, USC hosts Boston College (March 6), LIU Brooklyn (March 9), Columbia (March 17), and Princeton (March 19).

USC plays its first road game on March 22, but must travel clear across the country to Amherst, Mass., for a noon game against Massachusetts. While the Trojans return home to play San Diego State on March 26, USC will brave a midseason trek that spans five conference road games. USC plays at Fresno State, Saint Mary’s College, and California, and then will make the trip out to the mountains for games against first-year program Colorado on April 11, and Denver (April 13). The Trojans and the Buffaloes will meet in a live Pac-12 Networks regional broadcast.

The Trojans close the home schedule with games against Oregon (April 18) and defending conference champion Stanford (April 20). USC and the Cardinal will tangle at the Coliseum in front of a live national television audience on the Pac-12 Networks. The Trojans will then close the year on the road with a history-making game at Chicago’s Wrigley Field where perennial power Northwestern hosts the first-ever lacrosse game at the Friendly Confines. USC and the Wildcats will meet on the Big Ten Networks for the Trojans’ third televised game of the season. USC’s regular season closes with a contest at Marquette in Milwaukee, Wis. (April 27).

“Lacrosse Magazine March 2014” Issue Released Featuring San Diego’s Jake Seau, Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview And US Men’s National Team


Lacrosse Magazine March 2014 Issue

COVER STORY – Jake Seau – No Regrets
Jake Seau, the son of late NFL legend Junior Seau, has carved out his own niche in lacrosse as one of the nation’s top high school players out of San Diego.
FEATURES
Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview
Lacrosse Magazine canvasses the country for the top stories, teams and players in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview
Boys’ National Top 25
Girls’ National Top 25
Region Top 10/Player of the Year Watch Lists
Northeast: Boys | Girls
Midwest: Boys | Girls
South: Boys | Girls
Mid-Atlantic: Boys | Girls
West: Boys | Girls
American Hustle
On a U.S. training team featuring some of the biggest names in lacrosse, everybody’s talking about Matt Abbott. Find out why, and get starry-eyed with analysis of the 30 players to advance.
by Sean Burns and Corey McLaughlin
7-Point Check
As lacrosse explodes nationally, parents encounter more questions than answers. LM consulted some of the sport’s brightest minds and most respected leaders and came away with seven keys to a positive experience.
ACC Eclipse
Don’t avert your eyes, just enjoy the show, with the best lacrosse conference in history going at it this spring.
by Corey McLaughlin
COLUMNS
From the Editor: Don’t Be That Guy
His Space: Call Geppi-Aikens to the Hall
Boyle Point: Specialization’s False Logic
DEPARTMENTS
World Lacrosse 2014
Four years into its existence, the Israeli Lacrosse Association is thriving on a simple precept: “If you’re Jewish, you’re Israeli,” ILA founder Scott Neiss said.
The Scoop
Six years after surviving an explosion, Connor McKemy finds his calling at high point, and ageless wonder John Tavares remains as tenation as ever in the NLL.
Off the Field
Hang out with Albany’s Miles Thompson and learn a thing or two about Native American heritage – and why he trashed his Washington Redskins blanket.

Nike/US Lacrosse 2014 Preseason West Region High School Girls’ Top 10 Features #1 Amador Valley Followed By Carondelet, Cherry Creek, Torrey Pines And La Costa Canyon


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Nike US Lacrosse 2014 Preseason West Region High School Girls Rankings

MCLA: Cal Berkeley Men’s Lacrosse Celebrates 50th Anniversary As Club Sport In 2014


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By Martha Morrissey, The Daily Clog (Cal+Blog)
This season marks the 50th anniversary of Cal men’s lacrosse as a club sport. To celebrate this milestone, local high school and youth lacrosse players from all over Northern California will create a human “50″ on the field during the club’s March 7 game against University of Florida, which will take place at 7 p.m. at California Memorial Stadium.

Born in 1963, Cal men’s lacrosse was started by Rick Rickerson and C. Hackett Bushweller, two graduate students at UC Berkeley. Interested players responded to an ad in The Daily Californian, Cal’s head football coach outfitted the men in old football jerseys and Stanford’s team provided some old practice gear and the team was born.

Rick Rickerson, co-founder of the Cal men’s club lacrosse team.

Rick Rickerson, co-founder of the Cal men’s club lacrosse team.

To create publicity for the young team, Rickerson persuaded Abercrombie and Fitch to sponsor the team’s very first scrimmage against Stanford.  Agreeing, Abercrombie and Fitch created a “broken-stick trophy” that would be awarded to the winning team, reminiscent of “The Axe.” Much to Stanford’s surprise (but not ours), Cal’s team was victorious! The game became an annual tradition, but unfortunately, the original trophy was lost. However,  a new “broken-stick trophy” has been created for this year’s Cal vs. Stanford game, which Cal will host on April 26.

In 198o, Cal’s team played an integral role in forming the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League. Since then, Cal’s team accomplishments include seven WCLL championship titles and a national championship title in 1998. Historic rivalries that continue today include those with Stanford (within the WCLL) and the University of Colorado.

But Cal’s lacrosse program  has more than just history to celebrate  the players are still an impressive group on and off the field. The team is made up of a diverse group of talented athletes, including a current Cal football player, a former rower and a fifth-year senior who is a NASA patent signatory. The combination of student leadership, alumni network, parent support and consistency in coaching staff are crucial components of the team’s success. The team sees all of its players graduate and has been named sports club of the year twice in the past five years. Last season, one player received the prestigious designation of second team All-American, and the team had an average GPA of 3.33.

The team’s goals for this landmark season include “making it to Nationals by winning conference,” according to head coach Daniel Nourse. Last year, the team finished 14th nationally, missing the national tournament by just one spot. In the future, an ultimate goal of the team is to become a varsity team. “We strive to work as hard as a D1 team,” said senior and team captain Eric Soenksen.

To learn more about the Cal Lacrosse family, check out bearslax.org, or follow Calbearslax on Twitter.

Contact Martha Morrissey at mmorrissey@dailycal.org
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MCLA: Video Highlights Of UC Santa Barbara Men’s Lacrosse 13-11 Win Over Cal Berkeley On Feb 23


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Claude Lyneis
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The UC Santa Barbara Gauchos travel north to take on the CAL Bears in an early season MCLA lacrosse game.  CAL jumps to an early lead in the first quarter before the Gauchos offense turns up the heat in the second quarter.  CAL’s freshman middie from Novato High, Max McKone, scores an incredible five goals and pulls CAL to within 2 goals late in the fourth quarter, but the Gauchos win their sixth straight game of the 2014 season, 13-11.

NCAA Lacrosse: San Diego State Women’s Lacrosse (2-0) Begin MPSF Schedule With Games Vs Cal Berkeley And Saint Mary’s On Feb 28, Mar 2


The San Diego State women's lacrosse team begins Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) play this weekend, with conference road games at California on Friday, Feb. 28 beginning at 7 p.m. PT and at Saint Mary's on Sunday, March 2 at 1 p.m. PT. Live stats for both games will be available on GoAztecs.com.

The San Diego State women’s lacrosse team begins Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) play this weekend, with conference road games at California on Friday, Feb. 28 beginning at 7 p.m. PT and at Saint Mary’s on Sunday, March 2 at 1 p.m. PT. Live stats for both games will be available on GoAztecs.com.

The Aztecs are off to a 2-0 start in 2014, which is the program’s best start in its three-year history. SDSU won two road games on the east coast in as many days to begin the season, defeating Davidson, 11-10, on Feb. 16 before knocking off Winthrop, 15-11, on Feb. 17.

– San Diego State is 3-0 all-time against Saint Mary’s, including a 19-6 victory over the Gaels last season. The Aztecs are still searching for their first win against California after suffering a narrow defeat to the Golden Bears, 13-11, at home in 2013. SDSU was picked to finish sixth out of 10 teams in the Preseason MPSF Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Poll on Jan. 31, just two points behind No. 5 California. Saint Mary’s was predicted to finish in ninth place.

– Junior midfielder Christina Ricciardulli (Poway, Calif.) was named MPSF Defensive Player of the Week following the Aztecs’ opening weekend on Feb. 17, as she recorded five draw controls, two groundballs, caused two turnovers and scored a goal in win over Davidson, and had six draw controls, two caused turnovers and two goal in the victory at Winthrop. It was Ricciardulli’s first-career weekly honor after being a second-team all-MPSF selection in 2013.

– Through two games this season, senior Meris Walsh (Easton, Md.) leads San Diego State with five goals on eight shots, while junior Michaela Jarvis (Annapolis, Md.) has a team-high nine points on four goals and five assists. Walsh scored two goals in the season-opener against Davidson and added three more against Winthrop, while Jarvis had a huge game in the victory over Winthrop, recording three goals and four assists.

– Defensively, Ricciardulli is pacing SDSU with 11 draw controls and is tied with junior Grace Korandovich (Columbus, Ohio) with a team-high four caused turnovers. Freshman goalkeeper Katrina Reeves (Granite Bay, Calif.) leads the Aztecs with eight groundballs, and has recorded 10 saves this season.

Nike/US Lacrosse 2014 Preseason Western High School Boys’ Lacrosse Top 10 Features #1 St. Ignatius Prep Followed By Torrey Pines, Arapahoe, La Costa Canyon, Bellevue And Cherry Creek


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NCAA Lacrosse: Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Heads East To Play Temple & Robert Morris On March 1,3


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After a two-week hiatus, the Oregon women’s lacrosse team is finally back in action after a quick 2-0 start to open the 2014 season. The Ducks head east once more to resume play, kicking off with Temple on March 1 at 10 a.m. (PST) in Philadelphia, before traveling to Moon Township, Pa., for a battle with Robert Morris on March 3 at 9 a.m. (PST).
FACING THE OWLS
The Owls of Temple University await the Oregon Ducks for their March 1 match at Geasey Field. The two teams are currently locked in a tie at 1-1 in the series history with Temple winning the most recent battle, 14-12, in 2012.
The Owls are currently 1-2 on the season and have dropped two matches since winning their season opener against St. Joseph’s, 11-7. Temple fell to in-city rival La Salle, 7-4, before dropping its match at Cornell, 17-9.
Temple returns three players with double-digit goals last season in Jaymie Tabor (27), Rachel Schwaab (23) and Kelly Syphard (10). Tabor currently leads the team with five goals while Schwaab and Nicole Tiernan, a member of last year’s A-10 All-Rookie team, are tied at second with four goals each.
Defensively, the Owls have allowed 10.33 goals per game with opponents posting a .500 shooting percentage. Conversely, Oregon has a shooting percentage of .544 while opponents are just shooting .375 percent.
Temple was picked to finish fifth out of eight teams in the 2014 Big East Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Owls will be playing in the Big East Conference for the first time this season, after leaving the Atlantic-10 at the end of last season.

NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Pacific University Of Oregon Women’s Lacrosse 2014 Season Preview


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For the Pacific women’s lacrosse program, the trend always seems to be onward and upward, whether it is in the win/loss column, the caliber of play or in the quality of their opponents.
In 2013, Pacific took what was perhaps the most experienced team in the nine-year history of the program to a 9-4 overall record. Once again, the Boxers swept their rival programs from Northwest Conference schools and were ultra competitive against a number of high-caliber Division III programs from the Midwest and east coast. Of their four losses, three were decided by three goals or less.
The nine wins gave Pacific their fourth straight winning season, but making it a fifth will require some new players to step up and assume leadership roles. The Boxers lost seven seniors from the 2013 season, including four of the team’s six top scorers.

But Head Coach Wynne Lobel has no doubt that the new look Boxers are ready to go.  “Our new group of players have come in with a great amount of experience,” she said.  “I am psyched to see our first-year players come in, improve beyond the field and develop their game.  We’re a different team this year and it’s so exciting.”

Much of the emphasis on the field will be to continue to play a fast-paced style of lacrosse, which has benefited the Boxers well in the scoring column.  Pacific scored 185 goals in 2013 and the team’s average of 14.23 goals per game ranked 39th among all NCAA Division III teams.

“I am liking a lot of things.  I like how we are playing attack and I like how smart we are on the field,” Lobel said.  “I like how coachable we are, how we are communicating and how we play.  This is a fun team to watch and coach.”

And when Lobel says everyone is playing, she means it.  The Boxers have 17 players on the roster, the smallest team the Boxers have had in the last three years.  That means that everyone will be a critical piece of the Boxers’ winning formula.

“It’s more collaborative this year,” Lobel said.  “We are relying on experience, whether it is a first-year player of a fourth-year player.  I think everyone is working together and are super-motivated to work with whomever is next to them, no matter what year they are.”

The Boxers will need good collaboration to play against what Lobel feels is Pacific’s toughest schedule yet.  The ledger includes matchups with tough western programs from Pomona-Pitzer, Colorado College and Chapman and matchups with established Midwestern programs from Alma, Kenyon and Hope.

GOALKEEPERS
With the departure of four-year starter Brittney Hartmann, the Boxers have quite a hole to fill in front of the cage.  Thankfully, Lobel has recruited an experienced goalkeeper in Adrienne Salzwadel (Fr., Beaverton, Ore.) that is ready to step in.

Salzwadel was a three-time All-Metro League selection as a goalie and earned first team honors as a junior.  In her last two years, Salzwadel shared the cage with another player and is excited about the opportunity to hold the position down on her own.

“Adrienne has worked rally hard,” Lobel said.  “She loves playing lacrosse.  She loves playing goalie, communicating and learning new things.  With not competing with anyone for spot, she is flourishing.  She players better when she’s breathing and loose.  We’re stoked to have her in goal.”

DEFENDERSWhen it comes to the defense, Pacific is incredible deep.  Two returners anchor a group of six at the position, paired with more experience at the defensive midfield positions.  The Boxers had one of the best defenses in the west in 2013.  The Boxers were 50th among Division III teams in scoring defense, allowing 9.23 goals per game, and was ninth nationally with 12.08 caused turnovers per game.

Mahea Wong (So., Lake Stevens, Wash.) and Julie Mayhugh (Jr., Tigard, Ore.) return after solid defensive performances in 2013.  Wong started 12 of the team’s 13 games and finished third for the Boxers with 19 caused turnovers.  Mayhugh, who spent the fall studying abroad in Ireland, is expected to see an enhanced role after playing in eight games in her sophomore campaign.

“Mahea is spirited, love the play and came into the season quite fit,” Lobel said.  “Julie is tough, smart and leady to lead us defensively.”

Claire Carpenter (Jr., Escondido, Calif.) showed great growth in her first season playing the game and will also see an enhanced role.  Carpenter played in nine games with three starts and is helped with her lanky 5-foot-9 height.

Jenelle Taylor (Jr., Pendleton, Ore.) stands to see a lot of playing time thanks in part to her 6-foot-1 frame.  A newcomer to the sport, Taylor is returning to athletics after not playing any sport in two years at Blue Mountain CC.  She was a three-sport athlete in high school in soccer, bowling and track and field.

“Jenelle is still learning the game but she is showing great promise,” Lobel said.  “I am hoping that she will play the field quite a bit.”

Meg Chapman (Fr., Woodinville, Wash.) brings a great level of experience as a newcomer to the program.  Chapman earned all-state honors in her final three prep seasons, was named an All-American in 2013 as a senior and played two times on Washington state select squads.

“Meg is super skilled and a smart player,” Lobel said.  “She has a lot of lacrosse wisdom on the field and thinks quickly.  She is fun to watch.”

Malynda Taylor (Fr., Portland, Ore.) returns to the game after two years away, but brings some athletic skill that will be beneficial for the Boxers.   “She is a pleasant surprise,” Lobel said.  “She confident, has a good head on her shoulders and is a calming presence.”

Brittany Bardin (Fr., Albany, Ore.) is also a newcomer to the sport, but will be expected to see playing time at defender.  Lobel characterizes Bardin as a scrappy, athletic player who has learned the game quickly.

MIDFIELDERSMuch of Pacific’s experience returns in the midfield positions where four players have at least one year of collegiate experience.  Amy Mayhugh (Jr., Tigard, Ore.) is the top returning scorer for the Boxers after she finished second for the team with 33 goals.  The versatile attacking midfielder finished with a team-high 13 free-position goals.

“Amy is an incredibly hard worker,” Lobel said.  “She changes the pace of the game for us.  She likes to play the game faster.”

Melanie Niehus (Jr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) finished fifth for the Boxers with 19 goals.  As talented defensively as she is offensively, Niehus was second for the team with 20 caused turnovers and third with 32 ground balls.  “Melanie is smart and makes things happen,” Lobel said.  “She is a great leader for us in that she is quiet, hard working and gets the job done.  She works hard for the benefit of the team.”

Kacey Killingbeck (Sr., Nampa, Idaho) will once again be a depended upon member of the defensive midfield.  She played in 10 games last year and had six caused turnovers.  Nicki Leeming (So., Las Vegas, Nev.) will also see an enhanced role after playing in all 13 games at midfield with 12 ground balls.

Paisley Hiefield (Fr., Portland, Ore.) brings a solid level of experience for the Boxers as the lone newcomer in the midfield.  Hiefield played two seasons of high school lacrosse and will use her small 5-foot-4 frame to her advantage.

ATTACK
Pacific lost its most experience at attack, but fills the void with some talented newcomers that should provide steady scoring.

Kara Smouse (So., Portland, Ore.) is the Boxers’ only returner at attack and stands ready to step in at low attack.  Smouse played in all 13 games and started five, finishing the year with eight goals.  “She is very good with her stick and is constantly observing,” Lobel said.

Abby Talboy (Fr., Boise, Idaho) joins the program for the first time following the basketball season.  Lobel said she will benefit the Boxers with her ability to move quickly off the ball and her prowess in gaining possessions.

Both April Lanz (Fr., Oregon City, Ore.) and Sarah Steele (Fr., Mission Viejo, Calif.) join the program with solid high school credentials.  Lanz was an all-state selection at Oregon City High School and was a four-sport athlete.  “April is extremely smart, extremely intelligent and likes the physicality of the game,” Lobel said.  “Who knows what kinds of things we will see on the field because she learns so quickly.”

Steele was a three-time all-league selection as a defender and finished her senior season as an All-American scholar through U.S. Lacrosse.  “She is like a Tasmanian devil,” Lobel said.  “She is fast and unpredictable, yet she is smart on and off the field.”

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Latest MCLA Coaches Poll Ranks Colorado State Men’s Lacrosse #1 Followed By Colorado, Arizona State, UC Santa Barbara And Boston College


February 25, 2014

February 25, 2014

DIVISION I

RK TEAM REC PTS PREV TRND
1 Colorado State (16) 2-0 635 1
Prev: W Oregon 14-7 | Next: Texas on 3/2
2 Colorado (7) 2-0 628 2
Prev: W Boston College 15-6 | Next: Texas on 2/28
3 Arizona State (3) 3-0 605 3
Prev: W Minn-Duluth 12-5 | Next: @ Chapman on 3/2
4 UC Santa Barbara 6-0 553 6 2
Prev: W California 13-11 | Next: @ UCLA on 3/1
5 Boston College 4-1 552 10 5
Prev: L Colorado 15-6 | Next: Rhode Island on 3/18
6 BYU 5-1 492 4 2
Prev: W San Diego State 10-8 | Next: Michigan State on 3/5
7 Michigan State 0-0 474 7
Next: @ Central Michigan on 2/26
8 Chapman 0-2 456 5 3
Prev: L Boston College 12-10 | Next: Grand Canyon on 2/28
9 Grand Canyon 1-1 411 12 3
Prev: W Minn-Duluth 15-7 | Next: @ Chapman on 2/28
10 Sonoma State 1-1 376 9 1
Prev: L UC Santa Barbara 9-8 | Next: @ Santa Clara on 3/1
11 Texas 6-0 370 13 2
Next: @ Colorado on 2/28
12 Oregon 2-2 323 8 4
Prev: L Colorado State 14-7 | Next: @ Simon Fraser on 3/1
13 Cal Poly 3-1 312 18 5
Prev: W Loyola Marymount 11-5 | Next: California on 3/2
14 Simon Fraser 3-1 302 17 3
Prev: W Washington 16-8 | Next: Oregon on 3/1
15 Davenport 2-0 205 22 7
Prev: W George Washington 21-7 | Next: Purdue on 3/1
16 California 2-2 169 14 2
Prev: L UC Santa Barbara 13-11 | Next: San Diego on 2/28
16 Georgia Tech 4-2 169 20 4
Prev: L Northeastern 6-4 | Next: @ Clemson on 3/1
18 Connecticut 0-0 167 16 2
Next: @ U.S. Coast Guard on 3/1
19 Stanford 2-2 160 11 8
Prev: W UC Davis 17-5 | Next: @ Chico State on 3/1
20 Minn-Duluth 1-2 158 15 5
Prev: L Grand Canyon 15-7 | Next: Indiana on 3/15
21 Oregon State 2-1 154 19 2
Prev: W Washington State 18-4 | Next: @ Portland State on 3/1
22 Westminster 2-0 151 24 2
Next: @ Loyola Marymount on 2/26
23 Northeastern 3-0 142
Prev: W Georgia Tech 6-4 | Next: @ Briarcliffe on 3/15
24 Arizona 2-1 122 23 1
Prev: W Oregon State 14-5 | Next: @ USC on 3/1
25 Texas State 6-0 69
Prev: W Texas-San Antonio 24-1 | Next: Houston on 3/1