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“2013 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Div II Tournament”: Video Highlights Of #3 Le Moyne Men’s Lacrosse 11-10 Win Over #1 Mercyhurst On May 26 To Win Their Fourth National Lacrosse Championship


LeMoyne Men's Lacrosse Side BannerChampionship Most Outstanding Player Jeff White (Buffalo, N.Y./Canisius HS) made 13 saves to lead the third-ranked Le Moyne College men’s lacrosse team to the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship with an 11-10 victory over top-ranked Mercyhurst University on Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. The Dolphins won their last 10 games of the season to claim the program’s fourth national championship and their second in two appearances at Lincoln Financial Field (2006).

Le Moyne finishes the season with a record of 18-2, which ties the 2006 squad for the most victories by a Division II national champion. In each of Le Moyne’s three NCAA tournament victories, junior midfielder Andrew Chadderdon (Auburn, N.Y./Auburn) scored the game-winning goal.

Le Moyne, which previously won national championships in 2004 (11-10 over Limestone), 2006 (12-5 over Dowling) and 2007 (6-5 over Mercyhurst), got on the scoreboard off the opening face-off. Junior face-off specialist Cameron Fedish (Binghamton, N.Y./Chenango Valley) picked up the ground ball and sent a pass to graduate student short-stick defensive midfielder Aaron Cahill (Schenectady, N.Y./Guilderland/Onondaga C.C.), who raced in to score his seventh goal of the season just 12 seconds into the game.

After Mercyhurst (18-1) caused a turnover, the Lakers evened the score at one apiece with 10:52 remaining as Deven Alves, who scored the game-winning goal in overtime last Saturday against Limestone College to push the Lakers into the title game, found the back of the net off a feed from James Chayka. Just 36 seconds later, Chayka tallied his 27th goal of the season to give Mercyhurst a 2-1 lead.

NCAA Lacrosse: Video Preview Of Defending National Lacrosse Div II Champion Mercyhurst Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Season


A preview of the 2012 Mercyhurst men’s lacrosse season. Cam Edminston and Brian Scheetz discuss the upcoming campaign.

NCAA Div II Men’s Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Mercyhurst College Men’s Lacrosse 9-8 Victory Over Adelphi In 2011 NCAA Div II National Championship Game


Mercyhurst captured its first Division II lacrosse title by holding off a late charge by Adelphi to win 9-8. Lakers midfielder Ian Wild was named the game’s Most Outstanding Player.

NCAA Div II Men’s Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Mercyhurst Men’s Lacrosse “2011 NCAA Div II Men’s Lacrosse National Championship”


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Heartache no longer resides in Erie, as the Mercyhurst men’s lacrosse team came up on the winning side of a last-second play to become NCAA Division II national champion.

NCAA Lacrosse: Mercyhurst College (PA) Men’s Lacrosse Defeated Adelphi 9-8 On May 29 To Win The “2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Div II National Championship”


The third-ranked Mercyhurst College men’s lacrosse team captured its first NCAA National Championship in program history by defeating No. 5 Adelphi, 9-8, Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Mercyhurst College Men's Lacrosse defeated Adelphi 9-8 to win the 2011 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Div II National Championship on May 29

Junior Ian Wild scored four goals, including the game-winner, to earn the game’s most outstanding player award. Sophomore Brian Scheetz scored once and dished out three assists, and junior Kyle Kallay tacked on a pair of goals.

Playing in their second national championship game in program history, the Lakers (14-2) went toe-to-toe with the Panthers at the home stadium of the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens.

Both teams traded three goals aside in the first quarter, with Adelphi beginning the scoring just 22 seconds in. Danny Blau broke the ice when he drove from the right wing and let a shot loose from about five yards out at 13:38. Mercyhurst would answer back shortly after as Wild ran along the top of the box and found the back of the net from dead center to even the slate at the 13:00 mark.

After nearly a five-minute scoring draught, Joe Vitale got the offense going again when he took a pass at the point, drove down the slot and beat senior Zach Nash with a knuckleball that trickled over the line, giving the visitors a 2-1 advantage with 7:17 to play. The lead would be short-lived though as Wild tied the game at two on a play that saw him beat his man from behind the cage before sending a shot over the netminder’s head at 4:21.

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