May 6, 2024
Express Alumni Report Volume 11


Notre Dame 16, Duke 6 (ACC Championship)
Senior attackman Chris Kavanagh led the Irish offense on the ACC Championship game with five points which included three goals and two assists. His brother Pat Kavanagh and Midfielder Reilly Gray each found the back of the net twice. Midfielder Will Angrick also managed to score a goal and dish out an assist to help keep the lead over Duke. In net, Senior Goalkeeper and 2024 ACC Tournament Most Outstanding Player, Liam Entenmann stopped twelve of the Blue-Devils shots. Senior Will Lynch contributed in a big way helping the Irish maintain possession with 15 faceoff wins and managed to pick up nine groundballs. Congratulations to all our Express Notre Dame alumni on winning the 2024 ACC Championship.

Boston U. 18, Colgate 17 (3OT)
Senior LSM Roy Meyer absolutely dominated in this game. He managed to scoop up seven groundballs and have three caused turnovers. James Corcoran, Jimmy O’Connell, and Matt Freeman each notched a point in triple overtime win over Colgate to send the Terriers to the Patriot League Championship.

Sacred Heart 11, Manhattan 5
Senior Morgan O’Reilly and MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, posted three points that included two goals and an assist. Senior Goalkeeper Alex Pazienza had a fantastic game as well, stopping fifteen of Manhattans shots, going seventy-five percent on the day. He received MAAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player award for the 2024 season. On defense, senior defenseman Jack Ramsay scooped up three groundballs and had a caused turnover. Congratulations to our alumni on winning the MAAC Championship game and sending Sacred Heart to its first NCAA appearance in program history.

Georgetown 11, Villanova 10
Face-off specialist James Ball dominated to help maintain possession this game with eighteen faceoff wins, going seventy five percent from the dot, to help win the Big East Conference Championship.

Richmond 11, High Point 10
Freshman Midfielder Gavin Creo found the back of the net in eleven to ten win over High point.

Villanova 10, Denver 9
Senior Midfielder Mason Reale had a two-point performance that included a goal and an assist in win over Denver to send the Wildcat’s to the Conference championship.


Adelphi 10, Saint Anslem 9
Sophomore Midfielder Kyle Lewis found the back of the net to help Adelphi Men’s Lacrosse Team take home the NE-10 Conference Championship. In the Semifinal game, Lewis dominated for the Panthers with four goals and two assists.

Lewis 13, UIndy 9
Midfielder Michael Metheny had a two-point performance which included him finding the back of the cage for a goal and dishing an assist, in win over UIndy.


Scranton 17, Elizabeth 6
Midfielder Joe Boyle absolutely dominated for the Scranton offense. He posted a six-point performance which included three goals and three assists to help Scranton win the Landmark Conference Championship.

Geneseo 20, Potsdam 10
Our Express alumni for the Geneseo Knights had a fantastic performance in the SUNYAC Conference Championship. Robert Boniello had a six-point performance that included three goals and three assists. He was awarded SUNYAC Tournament Outstanding Player. Attackman Jimmy Atkinson also dominated, finding the back of the net four times. Midfielder William McCumiskey had a goal and two assists in win over Potsdam.

SUNY Maritime 19. Manhatanville 8
Midfielder Patrick Schnell was all about helping his squad. Schnell managed to dish out four assists this game. Face-off specialist Joseph Bruno also contributed to the Privateers success of maintaining possession winning sixteen face-offs and managing to scoop up five groundballs in big win over Manhatanville.

Wesleyan 9, Middlebury 7
Midfielder Alex Moynihan found the back of the for Wesleyan to help win the NESCAC Conference Championship.