Alumni Weekly Report

March 13th : The Express Alumni Weekly Report:

Division I:

Villanova 14, Drexel 7

The Wildcats had a great day against Drexel backed by efforts of two Express alumni down at the attack.  Mason Reale (Hendrick Hudson ’18) finished the game with 3 Goals, 2 ground-ball’s, and a caused turnover off the ride. Austin Fraser (Westport ’19) finished with 2 Goals, 1 ground-ball, and a caused turnover as well.

Notre Dame 16, Ohio State 3

Liam Entenmann (Chaminade ’19) was an absolute brick wall for the Fighting Irish this weekend going 81% in net. He had 13 saves on 16 shots faced. Chris Kavanagh (Chaminade ’21) had a hat trick adding 2 assist’s, as well as 5 ground-balls. Pat Kavanagh (Chaminade ’18) added 2 Goals, 2 Assists, and a ground-ball. Number 17 Reilly Gray (Chaminade ’19) dished out 2 assists up top at midfield. Face-off man Will Lynch (Chaminade ’21) had a great individual performance going 11 for 18 at the X. He also retrieved 7 ground-ball’s. Christian Alacqua (Chaminade ’22) had 1 ground-ball and a caused turnover to help out the defense. Freshman Dillon Magee (Lovejoy ’22) had a goal for the buckeyes while Matt Caputo (LuHi ’22) had a caused turnover.

Sacred Heart 8, Siena 11

Alex Pazienza (St. Anthony’s ’20) had a solid day in net for the Pioneers with 16 saves going 59%. Thomas Houlihan (St. Anthony’s 18) added a caused turnover as well as Jack Ramsey (St. Anthony’s ’21). Jack also had 2 ground-ball’s to help hold it down for the Sacred Heart defensive squad.

Providence 10, Stony Brook 9 (OT)

Dylan Pallonetti (Ward Melville ’19) keeps performing at an elite level with 2 goals and a highlight assist to send Stony Brook to overtime. He also added 3 ground-balls. Johnathan Huber (St. Anthony’s ’17) added a goal as well for the Seawolves offensive group.

Virginia 19, Towson 12

Evan Zinn (Staples ’18) had a long-range highlight goal for the cavaliers this weekend while also adding a ground-ball in home win over Towson.

Villanova 9, UPenn 8

Ethan Costanzo (Taft ’22) had 8 wins at the face-off X for the Quaker’s with 6 ground-ball’s. Edward Arnold (Manhasset ’19) added a caused turnover to gain possession for UPenn as well. Austin Fraser (Hendrick Hudson ’18) and Mason Reale (Westport ’19) each added a goal for Villanova in upset win. Fraser also added an assist to get edge over UPenn. Both attack man for the Wildcat’s had a fantastic week.

Penn State 10, Cornell 6

A battle at the face-off X for the two freshmen in this match-up between Jack Cascadden (Garden City ’22) and Chase Mullins (Bullis ’22). Jack went 5 for 9 adding a ground-ball. Chase went 50% on the day, while helping the Nittany lions maintain possession with 4 ground-ball’s in upset win over Cornell.

Yale 11, Denver 9

Kyle Zawadzki ( Smithtown East ’18) with a goal on the day for the Bulldog’s offensive unit. Jack Monfort (Syosset ’19) added one ground-ball and a caused turnover in win over Denver.

Lehigh 18, Holy Cross 11

The Jericho High School star Ben Weinberg (Jericho ’19) had himself a goal and assist for the Mountain Hawks in win over Holy Cross.

Air Force 11, Bryant 6

Ethan Grandolfo (Fairfield Prep ’19) with a 4 point performance having 3 goals, an assist, and a caused turnover to put him at the top of the statistical leaderboard for the Falcons. Tommy Hellman (Darien ’19) added 2 caused turnover’s to help beat Bryant.

Boston 14, Bucknell 12

Ground-ball’s really do help win games. Roy Meyer (Chaminade ’19) proved that with a 10 ground-ball performance against Bucknell. Jimmy O’Connell (Cary ’21) added a ground-ball as well to help the Terriers win this game.

Binghamton 14, Fairfield 9

Rob Moore (West Hampton ’21) had a goal and 2 ground-ball’s for the Stag’s. Will Snyder (St. Anthony’s 22) had a solid day in net with 14 saves for the Fairfield defense. PJ McGoldrick (West Islip “21) added a caused turnover and ground-ball in loss to Binghamton.

North Carolina 19, Brown 6

Logan McGovern (Darien ’18) had a great individual performance for the Tar Heels with 2 goals, 2 assists, and 2 ground-ball’s. JT Roselle (Cold Spring Harbor ’18) added an assist, 2 ground-ball’s, and had 2 caused turnovers in North Carolina win over Brown.

Michigan 19, Harvard 13

The St. Anthony’s stand-out alumni Jake Bonomi (St. Anthony’s ’22) had a great day with a goal, 1 assist, and 1 ground-ball in battle against Harvard.

Georgetown 13, Richmond 12

Star attack-man for the Hoyas Declan McDermott (Pleasantville ’18) had 1 goal, an assist, and a ground-ball for the offense. Michael Scharfenberger (Deerfield ’21) had 5 saves on the day in win against Richmond.

John Hopkins 11, Syracuse 9

Jack Hawley (St. Anthony’s 18) added an assist and 2 ground-ball’s for the Blue-Jay’s in win over Cuse at the Carrier Dome.

Virginia 18, Hopkins 13

Evan Zinn ( Staples ’18) was a ground-ball monster at Homewood field with 3 ground-ball’s. Jack Hawley (St. Anthony’s 18) added a ground-ball as well in win over Hopkin’s to continue Virginia’s undefeated start to the season.

Bryant 14, Fairfield 12

Eastern Long Island Native Rob Moore (West Hampton ’21) had a great performance for the Stag’s with 2 goals and an assist. Will Snyder (St. Anthony’s 22) stayed strong in net and had 7 saves for Fairfield, in tough loss to Bryant.

UPenn 13, Saint Joseph’s 12 (OT)

Face-off specialist Costanzo had a crucial role in UPenn’s big win over a great Saint Joseph’s team. Ethan Costanzo (Taft ’22) tallied 3 ground-ball’s, along with 8 wins at the X to help maintain possession for the Quaker’s.

Dartmouth 20, Hobart 16

Tommy Rogan (Chaminade ’19) had 2 ground-ball’s down at attack to help Dartmouth in win over Hobart to make them 4-0.

Division II:

Tampa 20, Embry Riddle 3

Matt Ryan (St. Anthony’s ’22) at midfield had 1 caused turnover and a ground-ball for Embry Riddle in tough loss to Tampa.

Lewis 15, Lees – McRae 2

The Lewis long-stick midfielder Ty DeSplinter (Lewis ’21) had a caused turnover on the day in win over Lees McRae.

Mercy 19, Wilmington 9

Christian Castles (Bethpage ’20) added an assist, a caused turnover, and 5 ground-ball’s to help beat Wilmington.

Anderson 15, Limestone 14

Matthew Rodgers (Carmel ’22) helped Anderson’s offensive group with a goal and assist in huge win over Limestone.

Georgian Court 13, Assumption 7

Colin Malone (St. John the Baptist ’20) continues to have a fantastic season in net for Assumption. He had 15 saves against Georgian Court going 54%.

Division III:

Stevens 15, Wesleyan 7

Matt May (Pleasantville ’21) had a ground-ball and Alex Moynihan (Cold Spring Harbor ’20) add an Assist for Wesleyan in tough loss against Steven’s.

Swarthmore 18, Roanoke 13

Dj Nolan (Trier ’21) had an assist and a ground-ball for Roanoke in loss to Swarthmore.

Williams 15, Colby 8

Ian DiPietro (Trinity ’19) dominated for Williams with a goal, caused turnover, and 3 ground-ball’s on the day in win over Colby.

Muhlenberg 10, Saint John Fisher 9

Max May (Hewlett ’19) was strong in cage for Muhlenberg’s defensive unit with 11 saves on the day, to help get the win over Saint John Fisher.

Trine 8, DepPauw 6

Ryan Boyle (Cathedral ’21) picked himself up a ground-ball in win over DePauw.

Salve Regina 14, Clark 6

St. Anthony’s product Chris McCabe (St. Anthony’s 22) had a goal to help the Salve Regina Offense in win over Clark.

Colorado 14, Haverford 12

Face-off specialist for Colorado Ryan Trapasso (Iona Prep ’21) had 9 wins from the X to help his team win the game against Haverford.

Wesleyan 24, Bates 5

Sophomore attack-man Devin O’Sullivan (Chaminade ’21) had 2 assists and 2 ground-ball’s. Matt May (Pleasantville ’21) also added a ground-ball in this game. Alec Moynihan (Cold Spring Harbor ’20) had an assist and picked up 2 ground-balls at the midfield. Matt Rettinger (Chaminade ’21) added an assist as well in win over Bates.

Virginia Wesleyan 22, Wabash 17

Sam Santiago (Brownsburg ’22) continues to have a great season adding 3 Goal’s in performance against Virginia Wesleyan.

Union 13, Springfield 5

Patrick Reilly (Loyola Academy ’21) picked up 2 ground-ball’s in tough loss to Union.

Skidmore 16, Alfred 5

Justin Yuan (Iona Prep ‘ 21) had a takeaway and picked up a ground-ball in win huge win over Alfred.

RPI 11, Muhlenberg 6

Muhlenberg Starting goalkeeper Max May (Hewlett ‘ 20) had 14 saves in cage going 56% in loss to RPI.

Wesleyan 18, SUNY Maritime 2

Matt May (Pleasantville ’21) had 1 goal and a ground-ball in game against SUNY Maritime.
Alex Moynihan (Cold Spring Harbor ’21) and Devin O’Sullivan (Chaminade ’21) each had a goal and a caused turnover. Matt Rettinger (Chaminade ’21) had 4 ground-ball’s and a takeaway in win.

Muhlenberg 17, Scranton 13

Max May (Hewlett ’18) had 5 saves as goalkeeper for Muhlenberg in win over Scranton.

Union 12, Williams 4

Patrick Reilly (Loyola ’21) picked up 2 ground-ball’s for Union in big win over William’s.

St. Lawrence 15, Geneseo 6

Geneseo attack-man William McCumiskey (Chaminade ’19) had a hat trick and an assist. Robert Boniello (Division Avenue ’20) picked up a ground-ball in loss to St. Lawrence. Jimmy Atkinson (Northport ’21) had 2 goals on the day to help the Geneseo offensive unit.

Carthage 23, Lake Forest 9

Lake Forest goalkeeper Jacob Lipson (Chaminade ’22) had 5 Saves in cage for a tough loss against Carthage.

Wabash 9, Randolph 3

Wabash midfielder Sam Santiago (Brownsburg ’22) had a fantastic game with 2 goals, 3 assists, picked up 3 ground-ball’s, and had a take away in win over Randolph

Kenyon 18, Colorado 14

Colorado face-off specialist Ryan Trapasso (Iona Prep ’21) had 5 face-off wins and also picked up 2 ground-ball’s in loss to Kenyon.

Hampton 16, Wabash 4

Sam Santiago (Brownsburg ’22) had an assist and 2 ground balls against division 1 match up Hampton University.