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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse 2014 Schedule Features Air Force, Birmingham-Southern, Sewanee, Roanoke, Eastern, Lynchburg, Babson, Otterbein, And Adams State


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Thanks in part to strong showings at nationally-ranked opponents Dickinson College and Salisbury University a year ago, Colorado College earned its first-ever at-large selection and the program’s second overall to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament.
Now the Tigers look to build upon last year’s success and take the next step from becoming a regional power to making a statement on the national scene.
CC will get that opportunity with an extremely challenging 2014 schedule.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse Falls To #11 Washington College 10-7 On May 8 In First Round Of NCAA Tournament


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Freshman goaltender Chase Murphy recorded a season-high 17 saves, but a six-goal deficit proved too much to overcome as Colorado College dropped a 10-7 decision at Washington College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
Sophomore midfielder Henri Halle struck for three goals and added a pair of assists to fuel the Tigers’ comeback attempt. CC battled to within 8-6 midway through the third quarter and 10-7 when junior midfielder Jack Kreitler struck for his second tally with an even five minutes to play, but the Shoremen ran out the clock and hung on for the victory.
After Kreitler’s first marker knotted the score at 1-1, Washington scored four consecutive goals to build a 5-1 lead after 15 minutes. Halle found the net for the first time 1:44 into the second quarter, but the hosts countered with three straight goals and grabbed an 8-2 advantage after Jim Cusick scored with a two-man advantage with 6:17 remaining in the second quarter.
Senior attacker Steve Rijo buried a feed from Halle with 3:39 to go in the second quarter to give Colorado College a boost heading into halftime, and the Tigers notched the first three goals of the second half to make the score 8-6 with 6:47 remaining in the third quarter.
The Shoremen responded with a goal by Grant Hughes two minutes later, and then Bennett Cord struck for the second time with his team playing two men up to extend Washington’s lead to 10-6. It was one of three extra-man goals the hosts scored on the day.
Murphy made 12 saves during the first half when the Shoremen launched 29 shots. It marked the seventh time this season he stopped double-digit shots.
Freshman Tim Jenkins paced the defense with three caused turnovers, while junior midfielder Will Harris finished with four ground balls.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse Earns “At-Large Bid” To “2013 NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championships”; Travels To #10 Washington College On May 8


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Colorado College returns to the postseason on Wednesday when it travels to No. 10 Washington College for the first round of the 2013 NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship.
The game at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium will begin at 4 p.m. ET.
CC, which improved to 13-4 with a 14-7 victory at Whittier College in its regular-season finale on Saturday, earned an at-large berth in the 29-team field. The Tigers are making their second appearance in the national tournament.
The Shoremen (12-4) also earned an at-large berth. Washington dropped a 14-7 decision to No. 2 Dickinson College in a semifinal game of the Centennial Conference championship last Wednesday.
The winner of Wednesday’s contest advances to the second round on May 11 to face either Stevenson University (17-2) or Christopher Newport University (8-8).
Washington is 8-1 at home this season, with its only loss occurring on April 13 against Dickinson by a 15-10 count. The Shoremen bounced back to defeat Salisbury University, 7-6.
Colorado College dropped a 9-4 decision at Salisbury on March 20 and fell 11-10 at Dickinson two days later on a goal with 40 seconds remaining in the game.
The Tigers are 6-4 on the road, with three of the losses occurring on the East Coast in a span of five days over spring break.
Since a 9-8 loss at Marymount University on March 24, CC has reeled off eight consecutive victories during which the Tigers outscored their opponents 163-33.
The national quarterfinals will be played on Wednesday, May 15, with the semifinals occurring four days later at campus sites. The
Division III national championship game is scheduled for Sunday, May 26, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse (10-4) Captures Fourth Consecutive SCAC Title With 12-4 Win Over Southwestern On April 14


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Senior attackman Steve Rijo struck for a career-high seven goals as Colorado College added to its string of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference regular-season championships with a 12-4 victory over Southwestern University on Sunday afternoon at Washburn Field.
The Tigers improved to 10-4 overall and clinched their fourth consecutive crown with a 4-0 conference record. CC also ran its all-time record to 24-0 in SCAC regular-season games.
Senior attackman Charles Curtis also figured prominently in the outcome, scoring twice and setting up three other Tiger goals. His tally with 3:44 remaining in the second quarter proved to be his second game winner of the season.
At the other end of the field, senior defenders Nate Pearson and James Iglehart cause three turnovers apiece.
“I am real proud of our seniors and how they represented our program the last four years,” head coach Sean Woods said. “It was nice to see them play so well on Senior Day.”
After respectfully watching the pre-game ceremony, the Pirates did their best to try to spoil the day for Colorado College.
Southwestern frustrated the Tigers’ attack for much of the first quarter and grabbed a 1-0 lead when Ross Warkentin converted off a feed from Tyler Downing with 7:05 to play.
Just when it appeared the Pirates might hold the advantage after 15 minutes, Rijo took things into his own hands.
He put CC on the board with 1:58 remaining in the frame and then added a pair of markers during the final minute, the last of which came with five ticks on the clock.
“There was a point in the first quarter when it was getting a little slow, a little stale,” Rijo said. “I figured why not go out there and ignite something. Thankfully I was able to get a pass from Tyler (Allen) and put it in.”
After freshman midfielder Eric Neumeyer gave the Tigers a 4-1 lead early in the second quarter, SU had a golden opportunity to close the gap when Colorado College had three players in the box. The Pirates, however, managed just two shots, only one of which was on target.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse (5-3) Overcome Five-Goal Deficit To Tie Game In 4th Quarter, Lose To #3 Dickinson 11-10 On Goal In Final Minute At Biddle Field On March 22


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Nick Leon scored the deciding goal with 40 seconds remaining in the game to give No. 3 Dickinson College an 11-10 victory over Colorado College on a blustery Friday night at DC’s Biddle Field.
The Red Devils appeared to be in complete control when they took an 8-3 lead on the first of three markers by Leon with 4:25 remaining in the first half.
Determined not to let the opportunity of playing another top-ranked team go to waste, the Tigers turned in a dominating performance in the third period and tied the game at 8-8 when junior midfielder Jack Kreitler scored with 1:30 to play.
Sophomore midfielder Henri Halle started the comeback with a man-up goal midway through the stanza. Freshman midfielder Eric Neumeyer and junior midfielder Will Harris struck just seven seconds apart to cut CC’s deficit to 8-6, and sophomore midfielder Taylor Paul made it a one-goal affair with 3:31 on the clock.
Dickinson took a two-goal lead when Tyler White and Parker Waldron scored in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, but freshman goaltender Chase Murphy stopped the next four shots to keep the Tigers within striking distance.
Colorado College pulled to within 10-9 when junior attacker Tyler Allen found the net midway through the fourth quarter, and senior attacker Steve Rijo notched the equalizer off a feed from Kreitler with 2:42 to go.
The Tigers stopped the Red Devils on their next possession, but the home team escaped with the victory when Leon scored in the final minute.
Murphy matched his season high with 16 saves, the fifth time this season he has turned aside double-digit shots.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Colorado College Men’s Lacrosse (5-2) Keeps It Close In First-Half, Loses To #7 Salisbury 9-4 At Sea Gull Stadium On March 20


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Coaches will tell you there is no such thing as a moral victory, but Colorado College can feel pretty good about its effort on Wednesday night at No. 7 Salisbury University.
Senior attackman Charles Curtis struck for two goals and added a pair of assists, while freshman goaltender Chase Murphy recorded 12 assists to keep the Tigers within striking distance. The reigning Division III national champion Seagulls, however, broke the game open with four consecutive markers in the third period and went on to post a 9-4 victory.
Thanks to tallies by junior midfielder Jack Kreitler and freshman midfielder Eric Neumeyer, both off of feeds from Curtis, CC trailed just 4-2 at halftime. The deficit was still manageable after Salisbury’s Eric Kluge notched his third goal of the contest 4:26 into the second half.
But with less than five minutes to play in the third quarter, the Seagulls extended their lead to 7-2 when Greg Korvin and Zeke Smith scored just 22 seconds apart, and Wade Korvin gave his team a six-goal advantage with 31 seconds to go in the frame.
Curtis scored his first goal with two seconds remaining in the third quarter to make the count 8-3, and after Luke Phipps added a man-up tally 1:20 into the fourth stanza, the Colorado College co-captain struck for a man-up goal of his own off a pass from senior attackman Steve Rijo to close out the scoring.
Once again, Murphy was stellar between the pipes, finishing with double-digit saves for the fourth time this season. Freshman defenseman Tim Jenkins paced the defensive effort with thee caused turnovers and four ground balls.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Men’s Lacrosse Releases March 18 Update And Conference Standings


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Colorado College opened its five-game Spring Break schedule with victories over Wheaton College (9-4) and Babson College (7-2). With the score tied at 1-1 late in the second quarter, Jack Kreitler ignited the Tigers’ attack when he scored back-to-back goals during a 4-0 run that gave CC a lead it would not give up. Seven seconds after Kreitler’s second tally, sophomore midfielder Henri Halle grabbed a loose ball off the faceoff and found Tyler Allen to the left of the cage. The junior attackman struck for the Tigers’ fourth tally in a span of 3:19 and notched what proved to be the game-winning goal. Wheaton scored three times in the second half, but each time the Tigers answered with a goal of their own. The Lyons trimmed their deficit to three 36 seconds into the fourth quarter, but Halle put an end to any thoughts of a Wheaton comeback when he scored twice in a span 3:21 to give Colorado College an 8-3 lead with 2:10 to play. Halle tied his career highs with three goals, two assists and five points. CC made the most of its first appearance at one of the meccas of lacrosse, using five consecutive goals in the second quarter to post a 7-2 victory over Babson College on Saturday night at Johns Hopkins University. Freshman goaltender Chase Murphy stopped 14 shots, the third time this season he finished with double-digit saves. Colorado College puts its three-game winning streak on the line when it visits No. 7 Salisbury University on Wednesday night. The Tigers finish the road trip on Friday night at No. 3 Dickinson College.
Dallas (1-3, 1-0 SCAC) went 1-1 on the week. The Crusaders fell 15-7 to Huntingdon College on Tuesday afternoon in Montgomery, Ala. Freshman midfielder Matt Cyr not only tallied the first goal of his career, but ended with a hat trick in defeat. The tide turned for head coach Jeff Guy’s squad on Saturday afternoon in Irving, Texas. Fueled by junior attack Tony Lemos’ 10 points (seven goals, three assists), Dallas prevailed 16-8 over Centenary College of Louisiana in their conference opener. Freshman goalkeeper Ryan Murphy registered 15 saves in victory. Dallas hosts Southwestern University on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Southwestern took to the East coast for spring break to play two games, one versus Shenandoah University and Marymount University (Va.). Pirates dropped the first game 7-3 with junior midfielder Tyler Downing scoring two goals and senior Midfielder Elliot Kelly scoring one goal. The Pirates then lost to Marymount University 13-6. The attack duo of Jamie Long and Austin Fox both combined for two goals and one assist. Junior Midfielder Jeremy Tufnell added a goal and junior attack Carter Cowan also added a goal.

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