Senior All-American long-stick midfielder Roy Meyer became just the third active player and the 23rd player since 2010 to record 100 career caused turnover’s. He finished the game with one takeaway in addition to four ground balls.
Freshman Dillon Magee had a goal and an assist for this game. A big win for the Buckeyes! Number 19 Ohio State upsets number 6 Rutgers on a beautiful Sunday night. Dillon currently has 13 point’s this season with 9 goal’s and 4 assist’s. He has been a great weapon up top at the midfield for the Buckeye’s offense.
Seawolves dominated this game, backed by senior attack man Dylan Pallonetti’s 7 point (6 goal’s, 1 assist) performance. Dylan also reached his 100 career goal milestone this game. Jonathan Huber also had a fantastic offensive performance with 2 goal’s and 3 assist’s. Stony Brook now moves to 2-0 in CAA conference play.
The Tar Heel’s took over this game backed by two strong offensive efforts from our Express alumni. Logan McGovern put up a five goal day, while James Matan distributed 3 assist’s for North Carolina’s offense in win over Providence.
Navy 13, Holy Cross 8
Express Alumni Matt Major with his second hat trick of the season on senior day for Holy Cross! https://t.co/PwBnY9ox6E
Freshman Charles Balsamo put two goals in the back of the net for the Blue Devils offense. He also had an assist and scooped up two ground-ball’s. Charles was also recognized on Inside Lacrosse as an Impact Freshman so far this season with his 15 point and 14 ground-ball performance leading up to this game. Senior attack man Ethan Gandolfo scored three this game. Ethan currently has 15 goals this season and this performance was his third hat trick in the last four games for the Falcons.
Sacred Heart 16, VMI 4
Alex Pazienza, a St. Anthony’s High School native, continues to strive this season for the Pioneer’s between the pipes. Alex had a 75% save percentage with 12 saves in net. He currently has 109 saves this season. Jack Ramsay was a force for the defense with 2 caused turnover’s and also picked up 2 ground-ball’s. Morgan O’Reilly also had a great game with 4 point’s on the offensive side of the ball with 2 goal’s and 2 assist’s. Johnny Morgan put one in the back of the net along with an assist in win over VMI.
Cornell 18, UPenn 12
Cornell absolutely crushed it at the face-off X to help maintain possession in this match-up against UPenn. Freshman Jack Cascadden dominated this game with a 75% win percentage. 12 face-off win’s and 6 ground-ball’s on the day for Cascadden, helped Cornell secure this win.
Virgina 15, Notre Dame 10
Game of the week between number 1 ranked Notre Dame and number 3 ranked Virginia had everyone on their heels. The Fighting Irish starting goalkeeper Liam Entenmann had 11 saves on the day against a very strong Virginia offense. Will Lynch had 3 face off wins from the face-off X and also picked up 2 ground-ball’s. The Kavanagh brother’s once again dominated for the Fighting Irish offense. Pat Kavanagh had a 4 point performance with 2 goal’s and 2 assist’s. Chris Kavanagh put 2 goals in the net in defeat to a strong Virginia squad.
Georgetown 17, Lehigh 15
In goal, Michael Scharfenberger once again dominated for the Hoyas. He collected 11 saves to go with six ground balls and a caused turnover. Declan McDermott posted a goal and an assist for the Hoyas offense in a close battle with Lehigh.
Manhattan 14, Canisius 9
Graduate Student Joesph Persico continues to dominate between the pipes for the Jasper’s. Persico stopped seven shots on Saturday. He has not given up any double-digit goal’s this season against opponents in conference. Joseph has a save percentage of 63% overall this season, leading all Division 1 goalies. Manhattan is now 3-0 in MAAC play going into the next game.
Villanova 17, Navy 6
Fifth year midfielder Austin Fraser had three goals for the Wildcats. He also distributed 2 assists this game. Mason Reale struck one in the back of Navy’s net with three seconds to go in the first quarter.
Dartmouth 18, Hampton 9
Sophomore face-off specialist Vincent Gandolfo had a career game, winning 7-of-10 from the face-off X. This face-off win total for Vincent was a personal career high. He also managed to pick up three ground-ball’s this game. Senior Tommy Rogan put two in the back of the net for Dartmouth’s offensive unit in win over Hampton.
North Carolina 16, High Point 9
Behind attack-man Logan McGovern seven points, North Carolina men’s lacrosse team downed High Point. McGovern had three goals and four assists this game to lead the Tar Heels offense. James Matan also put one in the back of the net and also had an assist.
Towson 11, Fairfield 7
Fairfield goalkeeper Will Snyder posted 10 saves this past weekend against Towson. Snyder currently has 74 saves on the season and continues to be a strong vocal point of Fairfield’s defense.
Saint Michael’s 14, Assumption 12
Starting goalie for Assumption mens’s lacrosse team Colin Malone recorded 12 saves in between the pipes. Colin currently has 65 total saves this season.
Trine 17, Thomas Moore 3
Sophomore Patrick Doyle scored a goal for Trine in win against Thomas More.
Anderson (SC.) 12, Catawba 8
Matthew Rodgers had a great day leading the Anderson offense with a 4-point performance against Catawba with 3 goal’s and 1 assist.
Mercy 21, Roberts Wesleyan 14
Junior Cristian Castles had a goal and an assist in win over Roberts Wesleyan.
Scranton 25, Juniata 4
Sophomore attack man Joe Boyle had a season high 9 points against Juniata. Boyle had 4 goals and 5 assists to help dominate this win for Scranton.
Hope 20, Lake Forest 4
Freshman goalie Jacob Lipson had a great day in net for Lake Forest with 11 saves. Jacob currently has 58 saves on the season.
Geneseo 18, Cortland 12
Offensive Performances from three of our Express alumni, led to a huge revenge from conference title game, in win over Cortland. Robert Boniello led the group with 4 goals and 2 assist’s. Not too far behind, Jimmy Atkinson had 3 goal’s and an assist. William McCumiskey tallied a goal and also had a caused turnover in win over Cortland.
Muhlenberg 11, Dickinson 10
Muhlenberg starting goalkeeper Max May had 9 saves in hard fought battle against Dickinson.