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ROTHENBERG, SEILER HAVE BIG DAYS IN MEN'S LACROSSE LOSS

AMHERST, Mass. -- Dylan Rothenberg made a collegiate-high 21 saves and Kevin Seiler had five points on the day for Colby College in a hard-fought 12-9 loss at seventh-ranked Amherst College on Saturday in NESCAC men's lacrosse.

The Mules (3-8 overall, 0-6 NESCAC) played one of their best games of the season, taking a 3-2 lead after a quarter and a 4-3 margin at halftime.

The Purple & White (9-2, 5-1 NESCAC) had a 5-1 scoring margin in the third quarter to take control. Amherst led 11-6 midway through the fourth quarter, but the Mules scored three of the final four goals to tighten the score.

Rothenberg had 19 of his 21 saves in the final three quarters. Seiler had three goals and two assists, while Alex Rutan had two goals and one assist. Yuta Murata and Scott Miller both had one goal and one assist. Kevin Beil and Cillian Connor also tallied.

Kenny Jacobson, Michael Nathan, and Donald Vivian each had two caused turnovers and three ground balls. Rutan added five ground balls and face-off man Max Eberhart won 10 draws and had four ground balls. Jack Bratches chipped in with four ground balls.

Quinn Moroney had four goals, one assist, and seven ground balls for Amherst.

Amherst 12, Colby 9
Colby............... 3 1 1 4 - 9
Amherst College..... 2 1 5 4 - 12
Colby SCORING: GOALS: Kevin Seiler 3; Alex Rutan 2; Yuta Murata 1;
Scott Miller 1; Kevin Beil 1; Cillian Connor 1.
ASSISTS: Kevin Seiler 2; Max Cushman 1; Scott Miller 1; Yuta Murata 1;
Alex Rutan 1; Sam Wasserman 1.
Amherst College SCORING: GOALS: Quinn Moroney 4; Evan Wolf 2; Charlie
Gill 1; Kane Haffey 1; Connor Sheehan 1; Greg Roder 1; Brett Inglesby
1; Uzoma Egbuchulam 1.
ASSISTS: Sam Lawlor 2; Charlie Gill 1; Quinn Moroney 1; Dylan Park 1.
Colby GROUND BALLS 40: Kevin Beil 5; Alex Rutan 5; Jack Bratches 4;
Max Eberhart 4; Dylan Rothenberg 4; Kenny Jacobson 3; Michael Nathan
3; Donald Vivian 3; Graham Lian 2; Sam Wasserman 2; Joseph Anile 1;
Riley Burke 1; Garen Fabian 1; Hunter Moore 1; Yuta Murata 1.
Amherst College GROUND BALLS 44: Quinn Moroney 7; Connor Crump 6; Rob
Butko 4; Ryan Cassidy 3; Matt Killian 3; Sam Lawlor 3; Jack Wolff 3;
Chris Albanese 2; Daniel Annino 2; Brian O'Malley 2; Sam Chen 1; Uzoma
Egbuchulam 1; Charlie Gill 1; Kane Haffey 1; Ian Kadish 1; Austin Park
1; Dylan Park 1; Jordan Sanford 1; Cody Tranbarger 1.
Colby TURNOVERS CAUSED 9: Kenny Jacobson 2; Michael Nathan 2; Donald
Vivian 2; Joseph Anile 1; Graham Lian 1; Sam Wasserman 1.
Amherst College TURNOVERS CAUSED 14: Ryan Cassidy 3; Brian O'Malley 3;
Rob Butko 2; Matt Killian 2; Quinn Moroney 2; Daniel Annino 1; Connor
Crump 1.
SHOTS - Colby 39; Amherst College 52.
SHOTS ON GOAL - Colby 22; Amherst College 33.
Penalties - Colby 2/1:30; Amherst College 3/2:30.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES - Colby 1-3; Amherst College 0-2.
TURNOVERS - Colby 24; Amherst College 24.
FACEOFFS - Colby 10-25; Amherst College 15-25.
CLEARS - Colby 25-30; Amherst College 24-27.
GOALIES - COLBY: Dylan Rothenberg 3-8 (60:00 minutes, 33 shots-21
saves, 12 GA); AMHERST: Justin Imperatore (17:06, 8-4, 4) , Cody
Tranbarger 9-2 (42:54, 14-9, 5).
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Re: Lacrosse - MEN 2016

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4/6/16 – Monks Clip Falcons, 15-13

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STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph’s College (5-6, 2-1 GNAC) slipped past Albertus Magnus College (3-5, 0-3 GNAC), 15-13, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men’s lacrosse contest at Westerlea Way Field on Saturday afternoon.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Saint Joseph’s broke up a 7-up halftime score with 7-2 scoring run spanning 21 minutes, as sophomore Luigi Grimaldi (Portland, Maine) scored three goals in a matter of two minutes and 30 seconds and sophomore Cam Boucher (Lewiston, Maine) hit pay dirt to lift the Monks to a 15-9 advantage with 8:53 left in the fourth quarter.
The Falcons made an impressive offensive push in the closing eight minutes as the visitors, aided by a two-minute locked in penalty on the Monks, netted four unanswered goals to cut their deficit down to two (15-13) with the help of three goals from sophomore Brennan Moore (Meriden, Conn.). SJC sophomore goalie Connor Trainor (Franklin, Mass.) came up with a pair of big saves in the closing minutes to preserve the victory.
THE KEEPERS
For the Monks, Trainor finished the contest with nine saves while Albertus Magnus sophomore netminder Jack Kerner (Merrick, N.Y.) posted 10 stops in a losing effort.
SJC HIGHLIGHTS

· Senior Jake O’Brien (Andover, Mass.) tallied five goals with two assists and seven ground balls

· Grimaldi finished the day with three goals, two assists, and three ground balls

· Sophomore Joe O’Reilly (Suffern, N.Y.) scored twice with a pair of assists and three ground balls

· Sophomore Matt Donnell (Watertown, Mass.) potted a pair with two helpers and two caused turnovers

· Sophomore Brendan Barrett (East Sandwich, Mass.) added two goals and three ground balls

· Freshman Michael Finn (Quincy, Mass.) chipped in with two assists and five ground balls

· Sophomore Liam Skinner (Irving, Texas) chimed in with five caused turnovers and three ground balls

· Sophomore Austin Havu (Buxton, Maine) was 15-30 on face-off attempts and picked up seven ground balls
AMC HIGHLIGHTS

· Moore paced the Falcons’ offense with five goals and two assists

· Sophomore Paul Mirmina (Milford, Conn.) tallied four goals, an assist, and three ground balls

· Junior Greg Buck (Berlin, Conn.) scored twice with two assists and six ground balls

· Junior Justin Bennet (Fairfield, Conn.) added a goal and an assist with a game-high nine ground balls and two caused turnovers while winning 12 of 21 face-off bids

· Senior Adam Earl (Hamden, Conn.) was a force for the Falcons and recorded three assists, five ground balls, and four caused turnovers

· Sophomore Thomas Gillen (Port Jervis, N.Y.) chipped in with a goal and two assists
TEAM STATS
Saint Joseph’s held advantages in shots (46-41), ground balls (40-30), turnovers (23-25), and caused turnovers (14-11) while clearing successfully on 19 of 21 attempts and converting three of five man-up chances. Albertus Magnus was 18-23 on clearing bids and was 3-11 in man-up situations.
NOTEWORTHY
For the men’s lacrosse program, today’s contest marks the first time the team has played on campus since the Monks suffered a 9-8 defeat at the hands of Emmanuel College in a GNAC Tournament Quarterfinal on April 23rd, 2013.
D3 WEEK
Saint Joseph’s is among numerous NCAA DIII institutions across the country participating in the annual DIII Week festivities. During halftime of today’s game, the Monks held a brief ceremony to honor Dr. Thomas Hancock, who teaches in the Education Department at Saint Joseph’s. Freshman men’s soccer player James Stevens (Marshfield, Mass.) presented Dr. Hancock with a small gift at midfield in appreciation of his work in helping SJC student-athletes reach their goals, both in and out of the classroom.
HISTORICALLY SPEAKING
With the victory, Saint Joseph’s improves to 3-0 in the history of the series with Albertus Magnus College, a team the Monks defeated by a 13-7 score in New Haven last spring.
NEXT!
Both teams return to action with conference contests on Wednesday, when Saint Josephs’ plays at Lasell College in a 4:00 PM start and Albertus Magnus hosts Anna Maria College in a 7:00 PM start.
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Re: Lacrosse - MEN 2016

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UMass Dartmouth Holds Off Southern Maine 10-9

GORHAM, Maine -- The visiting University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Corsairs erupted for four goals in the opening seven minutes of the second half to erase a one-goal deficit and went on to defeat the University of Southern Maine Huskies 10-9 in Little East Conference men’s lacrosse action at Hannaford Field Saturday afternoon.

The win was the first since March 9 for the Corsairs and snapped a six-game losing streak. The Corsairs improved to 3-7 overall and 1-1 in conference play. The Huskies slide to 5-4 overall and remain winless in the conference after two games.

Down 5-4 at halftime, the Corsairs came out firing in the third quarter getting goals from sophomore DJ Miller (Ashland, Mass.) and seniors Alex Lucas (Brookfield, Mass./Tantasqua), Steve Merrick (Methuen, Mass./Central Catholic) and Tyler Prentice (Chelmsford, Mass.) to take an 8-5 advantage before the quarter was seven minutes old. Lucas’ goal came while the Corsairs were a man up.

Southern Maine responded with goals from sophomore Nate DelGiudice (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) and junior Seth Wing (West Gardiner, Maine/Gardiner Area) before the quarter ended to get back within one (8-7) heading into the fourth quarter.

Miller and Prentice scored 58 seconds apart early in the fourth to restore the Corsairs’ three-goal lead. USM senior Jaymz McStowe (Plymouth, Mass./Plymouth North) knocked one off the Corsairs’ lead with 7:06 to play, and classmate Austin Watts (Westbrook, Maine) gave the Huskies a chance to tie scoring with 22 seconds remaining.

Southern Maine got possession of the ball off the ensuing faceoff and had a shot attempt blocked by a UMD defender as the final horn sounded.

DelGiudice led the Huskies with three goals. Wing added two goals and had one assist, and junior Keegan Smith (West Gardiner, Maine/Gardiner Area) had one goal and one assist. Sophomore goalie Zach Bessette (Readfield, Maine/Maranacook) recorded 10 saves.

Prentice finished on top of the Corsair side of the scoresheet with three goals. Miller and senior Bo Prozinski (Ashland, Mass.) had two goals and one assist. Lucas and senior Alex Johnson (Hopkinton, Mass.) each contributed one goal and one assist. Johnson led all players scooping up seven ground balls. Junior goalie Matt LaFond (Bridgewater, Mass./Bridgewater-Raynham) made eight saves.

Southern Maine had the edge in total shots (39-31) and ground balls (32-25).

The Huskies return to Hannaford Field next Saturday (1:00 p.m.) to host Keene State College. The Corsairs will have a Wednesday (7:00 p.m.) non-conference match at Massachusetts Maritime Academy.



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Eagles Fall Short Against Spartans on Senior Day

BANGOR, Maine – A twenty three save performance by freshman keeper Matt Martin and the defensive play of seniors Ben Morris and Derek Johnson and sophomore Devin Campbell wasn't enough as Castleton came from behind to defeat Husson, 12-7 in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday afternoon at John P. Boucher Field.

Husson (3-6, 3-1 NAC) saw their three game winning streak end while Castleton (7-4, 4-0 NAC) remained perfect in conference play and approves to 13-0 all-time versus the Eagles.

In a pregame ceremony senior's Morris, Johnson, Brandon Corbo, Stefan Smith, Jack White, Vinny Visconti, and Brett Martin were all recognized for their contributions to the Husson men's lacrosse program.

The Spartans scored the first goal of the game when Taylor Swarter found the back of the net on a feed from Tom Pardew for a man-up goal at the 13:20 mark. Husson evened it out at one a piece as Brooks Gay scored an unassisted with 9:14 remaining in the half. Swarter then responded for the Spartans with his second of game making it 2-1 after one.

The Eagles came alive in the second as White, Trent Sell, Corbo, and each put the ball passed Spartans' keepers Peter Latulippe and Romello Lindsey giving Husson a 5-3 lead going to the intermisson, their first lead at half versus Castleton in five years. Sam Siegel scored the lone goal for the Spartans in the period.

The Spartans came out of the break hot scoring the first four goals of the second half to take a 7-5 heading into the fourth. Castleton received goals from Zach Devoid and Pardew and two from Jason Sedell in the period.

A man-up goal by B. Martin one minute and five seconds into the fourth cut the Spartan lead to one but a unassisted goal by Siegel, his second of the game put Castleton back up by two with 11:48 remaining in the game.

The Eagles responded right back when Visconti found a wide open Sell standing right in front of the cage for his second at 10:35 before Castleton put the game away with five straight unanswered goals to close out the period for the 12-7 victory

For the Eagles, Trent Sell led the team with two goals on five shots with an assist, while Corbo, Gay, Visconti, White, and B. Martin netted a goal apiece. Johnson, Morris and Campbell were responsible for nine of the Eagles 24 caused turnovers on the day, while Johnson added a game-high eight groundballs. M. Martin record the most saves in a single-game by an Eagle keeper in eight years while tying Matt Linnell's single-game school record of 23. Linnell set the mark during the inaugural season vs. Mount Ida on April 15th, 2009.

Kyle Lutinski, Swarter, Pardew, Siegel, and Sedell netted two goals each, while Nick Rancourt and Deviod had one for the Spartans. Louis Alhage, Pardew and Seigel had assist while Latulippe and Lindsey combined to make six saves in the net.

The Eagles are right back at when they travel to Daniel Webster on Tuesday for a 4:00 p.m. non-conference game. Castleton returns to action on Wednesday when they host Norwich for a non-conference battle under the lights. Faceoff is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.
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No. 6 men's lacrosse's comeback falls short at No. 12 Middlebury

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- No. 12 nationally ranked Middlebury tallied four of the game's first five goals and held a 9-3 halftime lead, fending off a comeback attempt from the sixth-ranked Bates men's lacrosse team during a 15-12 NESCAC victory on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium.

The Panthers (7-4, 5-2 NESCAC) return to action on Wednesday with a 5:00 p.m. game at Springfield. The Bobcats (8-3, 4-3 NESCAC) will next play host to Tufts on April 19 at 7pm.

Senior Jack Allard (Ridgewood, N.J.) led Bates with five goals and one assist, while junior Charlie Fay (Falmouth, Maine) totaled three goals and one assist.

Middlebury was the first to score when Jack Rautiola tallied his sixth goal of the season following a Bates' turnover at the 12:01 mark of the first quarter. Tim Giarrusso doubled the Panther advantage nearly six minutes later on an assist from Jon Broome following another Bobcat turnover.

Allard got Bates on the scoreboard with 2:36 to play in the first quarter on a man-up opportunity.

Middlebury pushed its lead back to three (4-1) after one quarter on Giarrusso's right-handed shot from 12 yards out at 2:04 and a tally by Sean Carroll following a quick restart with 54 seconds left.

In the second period, Bates pulled to within a pair when the visitors won the opening face-off, cycled the ball around the zone and junior Andrew Melvin (Medfield, Mass.) cut around the net for his 13th goal of the spring.

The Panthers responded with four-unanswered goals over a span of 7:24 of action, increasing their lead to 8-2 with 6:25 left before halftime. Carroll scored twice during the run, while Jack Gould and Kyle Soroka provided the other two goals.

Fay brought Bates to within five (8-3) at 5:11 on a one-handed scoop shot from six yards away. Cedric Rhodes put the Panthers in front once again by six, swatting a loose ball out of the air just in front of the crease for his eighth goal of the year, sending the hosts to the break with a 9-3 lead.

The third quarter saw Rhodes score his second of the contest when the Panthers took advantage of a man-up chance. He used a quick-stick shot at 13:54 following a pass nearly the width of the field by Soroka in transition.

Bates outscored the Panthers over the remainder of the quarter. Fay started the spurt with a shot just outside the crease on a loose ball with 13:00 on the clock, while junior Jake Walsh (Baltimore, Md.) ripped a left-handed tally from six yards away 58 seconds later. Allard found the back of the net for his second of the game on a nifty feed from junior Scott Baber (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) with 8:56 left. Riehl stopped the Bobcat run on a quick-stick shot from the right side 1:03 later, giving the Panthers an 11-6 lead.

Junior Kyle Weber (Chagrin Falls, Ohio) closed the third-quarter scoring for the visitors with a left-handed shot from eight yards with at the 4:24 mark, and the Panthers led 11-7 after three.

In the fourth, Bates narrowed its deficit to three (11-8) when Baber scored on a shot from 10 yards that snuck through the legs of Middlebury goalie Will Ernst at the 11:32 mark. The Panthers answered with goals by Soroka, Broome and Carroll to regain a six-goal lead with 6:44 remaining.

Allard, the NESCAC's leading goal scorer, recorded three straight tallies for Bates, giving him 33 for the season. The final one came on a shot that found the upper-right corner over the shoulder of Ernst, bringing Bates to within three (14-11) with 1:59 left. Giarrusso added his third of the day and 18th of the season with 48 seconds left, while Fay completed the scoring with 11 ticks remaining on a man-down situation for Bates from 10 yards out for the final 15-12 score.

Carroll paced the Panther attack scoring four times, while Giarrusso (3-1-4) and Rautiola (1-3-4) both produced four-point games. John Jackson won 23 of 30 faceoffs for MIddlebury and led all players with 12 ground balls. Ernst made nine saves.

Melvin, senior Ken O'Friel (Scarsdale, N.Y.) and senior Matt Proto (Chatham, N.J.) each had three ground balls for the Bobcats, while first-year goalie Mitchell Drake (Annapolis, Md.) also scooped up three rollers and made 12 saves for the visitors. Baber had a career-high three points on one goal and two assists.

Middlebury held a 49-33 advantage in shots and 30-26 edge in ground balls. The Panthers went 2-4 on the man-up opportunities, while the Bobcats were 1-2.
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Re: Lacrosse - MEN 2016

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Broderick Leads Maine Maritime Over Johnson State

CASTINE, Maine – Freshman Brendan Broderick (Massena, N.Y.) scored a career-high six goals and dished out four assists to lead Maine Maritime Academy men's lacrosse to a commanding 18-5 victory over Johnson State on Saturday afternoon, in North Atlantic Conference action.

Broderick put the Mariners on the board with the first goal of the game at 12:40. The Badgers responded at 6:02 when Mason Phillips connected with Isaiah Leraeu to tie things up at 1-1. Broderick added his second goal of the game to send the Mariners into the second quarter with a 2-1 lead.

Broderick picked up where he left off in the second quarter, opening up the scoring on a man-up goal, assisted by Dean Samuelson (Southbury, Conn.). Michael Martel (Biddeford, Maine) grabbed an unassisted goal to give the Mariners a 4-1 lead with 8:43 remaining in the second quarter. Leraue added his second goal of the game to close the gap to two goals, but the Mariners outscored the Badgers 3-1 in the final five minutes of the half to take a 7-3 lead into the intermission.

The Mariners added 11 goals in the second half, outscoring the Badgers 11-2 to take the decisive victory.

Broderick's six goals and four assists rank him eighth all-time in Maine Maritime Academy single-game history in points and seventh all-time in goals scored in a single-game. Broderick tallied 15 shots, 12 on goal, and scooped up three ground balls. Samuelson ended his outing with four goals and an assist while tallying 10 shots on goal, scooping up six ground balls and causing two turnovers.

Chase Whittemore (Skowhegan, Maine) net his first-career hat trick, on six shots on goal, adding four ground balls and a caused turnover, while both Alex Grant-Roy (Biddeford, Maine) and Tim Grant (East Northport, N.Y.) net two goals apiece. Tim Grant led the Mariners with eight ground balls, going 7-of-16 on the faceoff. Alec Grant (Hollis, N.H.) led the Mariner defense with four caused turnovers, and Cody Schell (Pasadena, Md.) scooped up seven ground balls and recorded one save in the victory in net for the Mariners.

Leraeu led the Badgers with a hat trick and Jefferson Lawler tallied a goal and a game-high 13 ground balls, going 16-of-27 on the faceoff, while Kane Avery recorded the other goal for the Badgers.

The Mariners improve to 3-6 overall and 3-0 in the NAC, while the Badgers fall to 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in the conference. Maine Maritime returns to action on Saturday, April 16 at Castleton for a 2:30 p.m. NAC matchup.
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Re: Lacrosse - MEN 2016

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No. 14 Bates overpowers Connecticut College

LEWISTON — On a day that the Bates men's lacrosse team honored its senior class, three juniors and a freshman stole the show. The third-year trio of Charlie Fay, Kyle Weber and Andrew Melvin paced the offense, and first-year Mitchell Drake stood tall in net for the Bobcats, who finis...

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