April 29, 2024
Express Alumni Report Volume 10


Notre Dame 11, Virgina 9
Pat Kavanagh led the Fighting Irish offense with four points this game. With two goals and two assist, Pat became Notre Dame’s all-time points leader. His brother Chris Kavanagh also had a great game with a goal and two assists. In net, senior goalkeeper Liam Entenmann stood tall making 11 saves on the day. At the face-off dot, senior Will Lynch helped maintain possession with ten wins and six ground balls, to help the Irish get the win on the road over Virginia to clinch the number one seed in the ACC. Express alumni Joey Terenzi dished out an assist for the Cavaliers.

North Carolina 15, Duke 12
Attackman Logan McGovern led the Tar-Heels offense with a seven point performance which included three goals and four assists in huge home upset over number two ranked Duke.

Le Moyne 10, Holy Cross 9
Freshman midfielder Jude Lynch posted two goals this game in last game of the year for the Crusaders. Lynch finished the season with nine goals and three ground balls in his freshman campaign. Matt Major also found the back of the net to help contribute this game for the holy cross offense. Major finished this season with twenty-five points including twenty-two goals and three assists.

Georgetown 12, Villanova 4
Face-off specialist James Ball dominated this game going twelve for eighteen at the dot. He also managed to scoop up four ground balls.

Boston U. 13, Colgate 12
All-American long stick midfielder Roy Meyer picked up three ground balls in huge comeback win over Colgate.

Penn State 14, Rutgers 8
Face-off specialist Chase Mullins went fifteen for twenty from the dot, with eight ground balls to help maintain possession for the Penn State squad in win over Rutgers.

Hofstra 11, Stony Brook 9
Senior Attackman Dylan Pallonetti found the back of the net twice for the Seawolves in the Battle of the Island game against Hofstra.

Fairfield 18, Hampton 8
Midfielder Brady Strough found the back of the net this game for the Stags offense. Goalkeeper Will Snyder stood tall in net with two saves on the day. Defenseman PJ McGoldrick scooped up a ground ball and had a caused turnover in win over Hampton.


Adelphi 14, Southern New Hampshire 8
Sophomore Midfielder Kyle Lewis found the back of the net for the Panther offense in dominating win over Southern New Hampshire.


Tufts 16, Bowdoin 13
Goalkeeper Connor Garzone continues to be a big piece of the Jumbos defense this season, standing tall in net with 14 saves in win over Bowdoin.

Wesleyan 19, Connecticut College 13
Midfielder Alex Moynihan found the back of the net twice in win over Connecticut College for the Wesleyan Offense.

Geneseo 12, Brockport 5
Midfielders Jimmy Atkinson and William McCumiskey, as well as attackman Robert Boniello, each recorder two goals in win over Brockport.

SUNY Maritime 23, Manhattanville 9
Midfielder wearing the honorary number ninety – nine, Patrick Schnell, had a four point performance which included two goals and two assists. Grant Gifford and Joseph Bruno each dished out an assist for the Privateers. Bruno also dominated at the face-off dot with twenty-one wins and picked up five ground balls.

Scranton 12, Moravian 7
Senior Midfielder Joe Boyle dished out three assists in big win over Moravian.

Catholic 24, Wilkes 6
Midfielder Danny Cappitelli found the back of the net for Catholic in dominating win over Wilkes.

Muhlenberg 14, Stockton 9
Midfielder Ryan May had a three point performance which included two goals and an assist. Liam Ledwith also managed to record two goals as well. In net, Goalkeeper Stephen Krug stopped eighteen shots going sixty seven percent in win over Stockton. : 2G, 1A