Lacrosse - men 2015

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:26 am

4/18/15 – Monks Suffer Season-Ending Loss to Cadets, 9-3

STANDISH, Maine – Norwich University (6-7, 4-4 GNAC) defeated Saint Joseph’s College (5-9, 2-6 GNAC), 9-3, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men’s lacrosse contest at Deering Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Monks senior goalie Ethan Rettew (Ephrata, Pa.) made 12 saves in the season finale.

With the victory, Norwich earns the #6 seed in the upcoming GNAC Tournament, which begins Tuesday with a quarterfinal round. The Cadets, who needed to win today to advance to the postseason, will play at #3 Johnson & Wales University at 7:00 PM on Tuesday. For Saint Joseph’s, the loss signals the end of the 2015 campaign.
The Monks scored first as junior Jake O’Brien (Andover, Mass.) scored 8:11 into the opening quarter, but the Cadets proceeded to net eight unanswered goals with the last, an Alex Bowen (Davidson, N.C.) tally, lifting the visitors to an 8-1 cushion with 6:10 remaining in the third quarter.

O’Brien’s score provided the Monks with an advantage that remained until Cadets junior midfielder Ryan McCarthy (Medford, Mass.) netted a man-up marker off a Matt Flaherty (Portland, Maine) pass with 6:49 left in the opening frame. The duo connected again 3:30 later with an even-up goal with 1:34 left in the first quarter, lifting the visitors to a lead that would not be relinquished.

Senior Seth Fuller (Wheaton, Ill.), freshman Nolan Aurelia (Stratford, Conn.) and first-year Jared Thompson (Linthicum, Md.) continued the Norwich scoring string with second-half goals, providing the Cadets with a 5-1 lead heading into intermission.
Norwich kicked off the third-stanza scoring with a pair of man-up markers, as Fuller scored off a Michael Cashman feed at the 8:05 mark and McCarthy potted his second power play goal just 52 seconds later, and Bowen scored his second of the day to extend the visitors’ cushion to 8-1 with 6:10 remaining in the third quarter.

O’Brien ceased the scoreless drought with his second tally of the game, off a Matt Donnell (Watertown, Mass.) feed, with two minutes left in the third frame while Fuller and senior midfielder Dalton Eldridge (South Gardiner, Maine) traded goals in the fourth to account for the 9-3 final.

For the Monks, Eldridge picked up a team-high five ground balls while senior LSM Colby Main (Jericho, Vt.) and freshman defender Liam Skinner (Irving, Texas) caused four turnovers apiece in the season-ending setback.

For the Cadets, McCarthy netted a hat trick, Fuller scored three with an assist, four ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers, freshman Josh Jenkins (Centennial, Colo.) added an assist with six ground balls, senior C.J. Dolan (East Sandwich, Mass.) picked up a game-high eight ground balls and senior Andrew Beechinor (Andover, Mass.) chipped in with three caused turnovers. Senior goalie Ryan Fecteau (Danvers, Mass.) made 10 saves in the conference triumph.

Overall, Norwich held advantages in shots (36-30), ground balls (48-23) and face-off victories (13-2) on the afternoon.

Prior to the start of the contest, Saint Joseph’s held a brief ceremony to honor the program’s six seniors: Rettew, Eldridge, Main, Dom DiRupo (Wilmington, Mass.), Brandon Boutin (Hackettstown, N.J.) and Brad Loomis (Saunderstown, R.I.). This group played an important role in establishing the tradition of the SJC Men’s Lacrosse program, a team that completed its eighth season as an NCAA varsity squad this afternoon, and will be missed going forward.

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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:32 am

Seniors Lead Beavers in Conference Finale at Lyndon

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – Three seniors guided the University of Maine at Farmington men’s lacrosse team (0-13, 0-8) with three goals and three assists in Saturday’s, 22-6, loss at conference rival Lyndon State.

UMF took an early, 2-0, lead with back-to-back scores from senior Zack Rowland (Fryeburg, Maine) and sophomore

Casey Wrigley (Oakland, Maine) with an assist coming from senior David Walter Grainger III (Lexington, Mass.) on both goals. Grainger joined the scoring attack with an unassisted goal at the 4:37 mark of the second quarter.

After notching the game’s first two goals and one from Grainger, the Beavers were held in the check for the remainder of the half and trailed, 12-3, at the half.

In the second half, sophomore Tom McGowan (Windham, Maine) closed the gap midway through the third quarter with a goal, and senior Josh Smith (Sidney, Maine) did not waste any time by scoring seventeen seconds later.

Junior Cameron McAllister (Yarmouth, Maine) added to his season total with the game’s final goal at the 1:12 mark.

Joseph Maldonado (Fresno, Calif.) started in the goal for the Beavers and made six saves. Smith also led UMF with six ground balls.

UMaine-Farmington plays its season finale on Tuesday against Daniel Webster at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday will also commemorate the closing of a UMF lacrosse chapter for four seniors.
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Seniors Lead Beavers in Conference Finale at Lyndon

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – Three seniors guided the University of Maine at Farmington men’s lacrosse team (0-13, 0-8) with three goals and three assists in Saturday’s, 22-6, loss at conference rival Lyndon State.

UMF took an early, 2-0, lead with back-to-back scores from senior Zack Rowland (Fryeburg, Maine) and sophomore

Casey Wrigley (Oakland, Maine) with an assist coming from senior David Walter Grainger III (Lexington, Mass.) on both goals. Grainger joined the scoring attack with an unassisted goal at the 4:37 mark of the second quarter.

After notching the game’s first two goals and one from Grainger, the Beavers were held in the check for the remainder of the half and trailed, 12-3, at the half.

In the second half, sophomore Tom McGowan (Windham, Maine) closed the gap midway through the third quarter with a goal, and senior Josh Smith (Sidney, Maine) did not waste any time by scoring seventeen seconds later.

Junior Cameron McAllister (Yarmouth, Maine) added to his season total with the game’s final goal at the 1:12 mark.

Joseph Maldonado (Fresno, Calif.) started in the goal for the Beavers and made six saves. Smith also led UMF with six ground balls.

UMaine-Farmington plays its season finale on Tuesday against Daniel Webster at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday will also commemorate the closing of a UMF lacrosse chapter for four seniors.
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:49 am

Fourth Quarter Rally Comes Up Short as Men's Lacrosse Falls to Wesleyan

BRUNSWICK, Maine - David Murphy scored the game-winning goal with 4:23 remaining in the fourth quarter to lift the Wesleyan University men's lacrosse team to a 9-8 win over Bowdoin on Saturday at Pickard Field.

The 20th-ranked Cardinals improve to 9-5 (6-3 NESCAC) while the Polar Bears drop to 3-11 (2-7 NESCAC) despite a furious fourth-quarter rally.

Harry Stanton led the way with three goals for the Cardinals while Matt Prezioso added two for Wesleyan. Niall Devaney had two assists for the visitors. David Nemirov had two goals and an assist for Bowdoin while Samuel Hodgson, Daniel O'Berry and Shawn Daly had a goal and assist apiece.

After Bowdoin held a 3-2 lead following the opening quarter, the Cardinals seemingly took command of the game with five straight goals over the second and third quarter, taking the lead on consecutive goals from Stanton early in the second period. The visitors carried a 7-3 lead into the final frame thanks to a goal from Prezioso just 35 seconds before the horn in the third.

After trading goals in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, Bowdoin stunned the Cardinals with four straight goals in a span of 4:23 to tie the game at 8-8. O'Berry opened the surge and was followed by goals from Peter Reuter and Matthew Crowell. Nemirov found the back of the net at 5:40 to deadlock the score.

Wesleyan won the ensuing face-off and circled the ball around to Murphy, who beat a defender for the go-ahead marker with 4:23 on the clock. Bowdoin had two more chances to tie, including a possession with under 30 seconds to go, but Wesleyan's Greg Piertoforte caused a turnover to seal the win for the Cardinals.

Bowdoin held a slim 34-30 advantage in shots but Justin Schick negated that with 13 saves in net for the Cardinals. Peter Mumford finished with 10 saves for the Polar Beasr. Bowdoin was 0-5 with the extra man while Wesleyan finished 0-1. Defensively, Kevin Campbell led the Cardinals with five ground balls and a caused turnover. Bowdoin's James Sessions had three caused turnovers and two ground balls. while Mac Caputi had two caused turnovers and three ground balls.

Both teams will play their regular season finales on Wednesday with Bowdoin hosting Tufts (7:00 p.m.) and Wesleyan traveling to Connecticut College (4:30 p.m.)
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:55 am

Men's Lacrosse wins battle of Eagles on Senior Day.

BANGOR, ME – Derek Driscoll scores a game high four goals for the Husson University men's lacrosse team as Husson soars past Green Mountain in an 15-1 victory on Saturday afternoon on senior day. Zack Glazier and Trent Sell also contributed three goals apiece for Husson. Husson improves to 7-6 overall and 5-3 in the North Atlantic Conference, while Green Mountain finishes their season 3-8 overall and 3-5 in NAC play.

Husson came out on a mission scoring 14 unanswered goals. Husson would score six of those goals in the first quarter from Sell, Glazier, Brandon Corbo, Kevin Nolan, and two goals from Driscoll one of them a man up to end the first quarter leading 6-0 over Green Mountain.

It was more of the same in the second quarter as Husson would tack on four more goals coming from Brett Martin, Driscoll, Glazier and Sell putting Husson out front 10-0 at the half.

Husson would continue to light up the score board in the second half as they would score four more goals in the third quarter thanks to the continued hot sticks of Driscoll, Glazier, Bosse and Sell giving Husson the commanding 14-0 lead at the end of three quarters of play.

In the final quarter, Green Mountain would score their first goal a man down by Nate Laymon making it 14-1 with 2:38 remaining. Brandon Bosse for Husson would add the last goal of the game with only 38 seconds left in the contest.

Derek Driscoll finished with a game high four goals. Trent Sell added three goals and two assists. Zack Glazier had a similar day scoring three goals while tallying one assist. Brandon Bosse would finish his day with two goals and one assist.

Tom Lepage and Andrew Tarr combined to make ten saves for Husson in the 15-1 victory.

Husson outshot Green Mountain 57-25, while came away with the edge in ground balls 43-20.

Husson will look to make it four straight wins to end their regular on Monday, when they play Wheelock at home. Game time is set for 7p.m.
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:56 am

Mariners Fall Short to Pilgrims in Regular Season Finale

HENNIKER, N.H. – Maine Maritime Academy men's lacrosse dropped their regular season finale 10-8 to New England College on Saturday afternoon. With the victory, New England College grabbed sole possession of second place in the North Atlantic Conference standings.

The Mariners opened up the scoring at the 8:27 mark when Nicholas Betti (Upper Saddle River, N.J.) fired in a shot assisted by Mike Fuller (Portland, Maine). New England College tied things up at 2:01 when Sklyer Saunders scored on an assist from Matt Richard. Dean Samuelson (Ellsworth, Maine) net a goal with just 30 seconds left in the first quarter, giving Maine Maritime the 2-1 edge after one.

The Pilgrims scored back-to-back goals to make it 3-2 with 10 minutes left in the quarter, but the Mariners put in two scores in just a 90 second span, including a goal from Fuller and a score by Betti. The Pilgrims responded with back-to-back goals once again, to take a 5-4 lead into the half.

NEC took their largest lead of the game, 7-4 after scoring the first two goals of the second half but the Mariners answered with two-straight goals and head into the final quarter trailing just 7-6.

New England College built another three-goal lead early in the fourth quarter, as William Pendleton and Sean Largay each tallied a score in the opening five minutes. Fuller grabbed his second of the day at the 9:12 mark followed by a Bronson Guimond (Portland, Maine) goal at the 8:48 mark slicing the Pilgrim lead to 9-8. New England College rallied late on another goal from Saunders with 2:05 left on the clock and held the Mariners at bay down the stretch to hold on for the 10-8 victory.

Fuller finished the afternoon with two goals and an assist to lead the Mariner attack, while Betti and Guimond added a pair of goals each, and Samuelson contributed a goal and two assists. A.J. Larrabee (Farmington, Maine) chipped in with the other Mariner goal, while adding four ground balls. Jack Tragert (Naples, Maine) led the Mariners with eight ground balls, going 9-of-19 from the face-off.

Richard led the Pilgrims with six assists, Largay finished with four goals and an assist, and Saunders finished with three goals and an assist.

James Wilgus (Phippsburg, Maine) notched an impressive 16 saves on the afternoon for the Mariners, while Chris Galluzzo recorded 17 saves for the Pilgrims.

With the win the Pilgrims improve to 7-7 on the season and 7-1 in NAC play. The loss drops the Mariners to 6-7 overall and 6-2 in the NAC.

Both teams will await the official NAC playoff pairings scheduled to be released on Sunday.
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 4:04 am

First-half showing helps Hawks fly by Nor'easters

BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Junior Nick Gagnon had a goal and four assists in the first half to help Roger Williams University build an 8-0 lead on its way to a 13-6 win over the University of New England in a Commonwealth Coast Conference men's lacrosse match played Saturday afternoon (April 18) at the Big Blue Turf.

Winners of nine of their last 10 matches, the Hawks improved to 11-4 on the season (5-2 CCC). UNE slipped back to the .500 mark at 8-8 and is 3-4 in conference play.

Junior Will Siefert had a game-high three goals and two assists to lead the way for Roger Williams. Classmate Tim Kelly and sophomore AJ Core each scored a pair of markers.

Sophomore David Rubenstein and first-year Tom Luttrell had three points apiece for UNE. Luttrell had two goals and an assist, while Rubenstein contributed a goal and two assists. Seniors Shamus Higginbottom and Andrew Kelly and sophomore Dan Auger completed Big Blue's scoring total.

Roger Williams led from start-to-finish, scoring four times in both the first and second quarters. Siefert was the lone Hawk to score multiple times before intermission, with seven different RWU players getting into the scoring column.

The Nor'easters outscored the visitors 4-2 in the third frame, and each squad tallied three times in the final period.

Junior Dan Arket was dominant in the face-off circle for the Hawks, winning 17 of 20 draws. Junior Eric Valenti scooped up a game-high seven ground balls to help RWU to a 50-34 margin in that category. Senior Luke Aubrey recorded the win in goal, making five saves over the opening 54:23 of action.

Senior Steven Hughes had six caused turnovers and five ground balls for the Nor'easters. Junior John Dusel and sophomore David Pearson split time in goal for UNE and combined to make 18 stops.

Both teams conclude their regular seasons Wednesday. Roger Williams hosts Nichols College at 7 p.m., and the Nor'easters head to Gordon College for a match starting at that same time.
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:36 am

Iannetti and Seager have Record Setting Performances in Rout of Wildcats

BANGOR, ME – The Husson University men's lacrosse team picked up a 23-6 win against Wheelock in a non-conference game to end their regular season. The Eagles improve to 8-6 on the season while the Wildcats drop to 0-7.

"It was great to be able to play an out of conference game before the NAC playoffs," said Husson head coach Marsh Gray. "We had some great individual performances today, but it was our team play that impressed me."

Brandon Corbo (Merrimack, NH) led the Eagles on offense with five goals and four assists. Brooks Gay (Underhill, VT) also added four goals for Husson while Kevin Nolan (Norwood, MA) chipped in three with two assists.

James Seager (Gilford, NH) became Husson's all-time single-season record holder in groundballs with 143 when he grab 20 in today's game. Nicholas Iannetti (Rutland, VT) also broke the game record for most faceoff wins with 21.

For Wheelock, Donovan Riley Robinson scored all six goals and Collin Davis made 29 saves in net.

Husson Tom LePage (Lewiston, ME) and Andrew Tarr (Eliot, ME) combined to make 11 saves for the Eagles. LePage picked up his eighth win on the season tying him with John Hooper III for the most goalie wins in one season.
The Eagles outshot the Wildcats 76-27 and grab a game high 78 groundballs to Wheelock's 26.

Husson starts their playoff run on Saturday, but the opponent has yet to be decided.
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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 22, 2015 5:25 am

UMass Boston Holds Off Southern Maine 14-11

BOSTON -- Sophomore Michael Kennedy (Hudson, Mass.) and junior Noah Ellis (Hingham, Mass.) combined for 10 goals as the University of Massachusetts Boston Beacons held on for a 14-11 victory over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference men’s lacrosse game Tuesday afternoon.

The victory snapped a six-game losing skid for the Beacons who improved to 5-9 overall and 1-5 in conference play. The Huskies dropped their fourth straight game to slide back to .500 overall at 6-6, and 1-5 in the conference.

Senior John Powers (Marshfield, Mass.) and junior Nick Weiss (Westfield, Mass.) had a goal and two assists apiece to complement Kennedy and Ellis. Junior Craig Frehill (Norwell, Mass.) and sophomore AJ Collette (West Springfield, Mass.) split the goaltending chores for the Beacons and combined for four saves.

Junior Austin Watts (Westbrook, Maine) scored a season-high six goals to lead the Huskies’ attack. Classmate Jaymz McStowe (Plymouth, Mass.) picked up a hat trick, and sophomore Keegan Smith (West Gardiner, Maine/Gardiner Area) added a goal and dished out four assists. Freshmen goalies Zach Bessette (Readfield, Maine/Maranacook) and John Bossi (Billerica, Mass.) combined to make a total of 13 saves.

The Beacons grabbed a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on a pair of goals by Kennedy and one from senior Joe Johnson (Roxbury, Mass./Gould Academy). The Beacons were able to nurse the lead throughout the remainder of the first half as Ellis tallied a pair of goals, and Weiss and Kennedy found the net to make it 7-5 at the break. Watts had three of the Huskies’ five goals in the half.

Southern Maine, led by Watts, opened the third quarter with three goals in the opening two minutes to take the lead 8-7. Watts scored a man-up goal 16 seconds into the quarter, then combined with McStowe to score goals 16 seconds apart.

Powers sparked a three-goal run to regain the lead for the Beacons. After Powers tying goal, Ellis scored twice to give the home side a 10-8 lead. McStowe and Kennedy traded goals before the end of the quarter to make it 11-9 going into the fourth.

Watts got the Huskies back within one with 13:16 to go, but Kennedy countered 18 seconds later converting a feed from Ellis to restore the Beacons two-goal lead. Senior Dom Fichera (Scituate, Mass./BC High) gave the Beacons a three-goal advantage with less than seven minutes to play.

McStowe scored the Huskies final goal less than a minute later to get USM back to within two, but Kennedy added an insurance goal with 4:04 to play to account for the final tally.

UMass Boston out shot Southern Maine 36-30, and won the battle of the ground balls 34-22.

Southern Maine closes the regular season on Saturday (12:00 p.m.) hosting Western Connecticut State University on Senior Day. UMass Boston travels to in-state rival UMass Dartmouth on Saturday (7:00 p.m.) to close the regular season.

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Re: Lacrosse - men 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 23, 2015 5:28 am

MEN'S LACROSSE DROPS GAME, GETS EIGHTH SEED

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Colby College men's lacrosse team will be the eighth seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference after falling 22-10 to 14th-ranked Bates College in the regular season finale for both teams Wednesday.

Colby (8-6 overall, 4-6 NESCAC) will play at top-seeded Amherst College on Saturday in a league quarterfinal game at 1 p.m. Bates earned the fifth seed and will play at fourth-seeded Wesleyan University on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Derek Youngman led Colby scorers with three goals and one assist. Austin Sayre finished with two goals and one assist, while Sam Wasserman and Mark Philipps both had two goals.

Colby had a 44-43 edge in shots, but Bates goaltender Joe Faria made 18 saves and the Bobcats had a 31-29 lead in shots on goal.

Bates senior Jack Strain had six goals, one assist, and three groundballs in his final home game.

Colby took leads of 2-0 and 3-1 in the opening 5:15 of the game, with all three goals coming off of Bates turnovers. Sayre scored the game's opening goal after a Bates turnover in its defensive zone two minutes into the game, and Sayre made it 3-1 with a second unassisted tally with 9:45 left in the quarter.

Bates scored three straight in a 65-second span to assume a 4-3 lead.

Philipps backed down a Bates defender and bullied his way in for a game-tying score with 2:50 to go in the first quarter. But with 37 seconds to go in the period, the Bobcats went up again.

Colby opened the second quarter with back-to-back goals to retake the lead. Kevin Seiler intercepted a clearing pass by Faria and scored an unassisted tally, and the Mules then converted the game's first extra-man opportunity when Youngman scored from Brendan McNeill with 12:12 to go.

Colby had a stunning 24-5 shot advantage in the second quarter, but the Bobcats had a 4-3 scoring advantage to take a 9-7 margin at halftime.

The Bobcats scored four unanswered goals in the first five minutes of the third quarter to open up a 13-7 lead.

Kenny Jacobson led the Mules with five groundballs, while fellow defender Peter Willauer added four groundballs and two caused turnovers.

Wednesday's contest marked the second annual Flahive-McDuffee Memorial Game in honor of Derrik Flahive (Colby) and Morgan McDuffee (Bates). Flahive died in a drowning accident in 2011; McDuffee was killed while breaking up a fight in Lewiston in 2002. Colby head coach Jack Sandler '02 played with McDuffee at Bates, under current Bobcat head coach Peter Lasagna.

Bates 22, Colby 10
Colby............... 4 3 2 1 - 10
Bates............... 5 4 5 8 - 22
Colby SCORING: GOALS: Derek Youngman 3; Austin Sayre 2; Mark Philipps
2; Kevin Seiler 2; Sam Wasserman 1. ASSISTS: Brendan McNeill 1; Austin Sayre 1; Jeff Vaz 1; Derek Youngman 1.
Bates SCORING: GOALS: Jack Strain 6; Charlie Fay 4; Jack Allard 3;
Andrew Melvin 3; Clarke Jones 2; Conor Henrie 2; Jake Walsh 1; Evan
Chen 1. ASSISTS: Jake Walsh 3; Jack Allard 2; Kyle Weber 2; Charlie Fay 1;
Charlie Hildebrand 1; Reed Lewallen 1; Matt Proto 1; Burke Smith 1;
Jack Strain 1.
SHOTS - Colby 44; Bates 43.
Penalties - Colby 5/5:00; Bates 6/6:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES - Colby 2-6; Bates 4-5.
TURNOVERS - Colby 17; Bates 23.
FACEOFFS - Colby 10-35; Bates 25-35.
CLEARS - Colby 13-16; Bates 15-22.
GOALIES - COL: Tyler Will (60:00 minutes, 31 shots-9 saves, 22 GA);
BAT: Joe Faria (57:27, 28-18, 10) , Alex Sternberg (02:33, 1-1, 0).

2015 NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse Championship
Saturday, April 25 at Higher Seeds
Quarterfinals Games
No. 8 Colby at No. 1 Amherst – 1 p.m.
No. 7 Hamilton at No. 2 Tufts – 1 p.m.
No. 6 Williams at No. 3 Middlebury – 1 p.m.
No. 5 Bates at No. 4 Wesleyan – 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 2 at Highest Remaining Seed
Semifinal Games – 12 p.m./3:00 p.m.
Highest Remaining Seed vs. Lowest Remaining Seed
Remaining Quarterfinal Round Winners
Sunday, May 3
Final – 12 p.m.
Semifinal Winners

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