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    • May 8, 2014 12:38 AM EDT
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      May 7, 2014


      Air Force Defeats Richmond, 13-5 in NCAA Play-In Game


      USAFA, Colo.  In front of a crowd of 1,225, the Air Force lacrosse team picked up a 13-5 victory over Richmond in an NCAA Play-in Game held at Falcon Stadium Wednesday evening. The Falcons (11-5), with their first-ever NCAA Tournament win, advance to the NCAA First Round to take on top-seed Duke Sunday in Durham, N.C.


      Senior captain Mike Crampton (Kinnelon, N.J.) led the Falcons’ offense with four goals and as assist, while junior Keith Dreyer (Malvern, Pa.) tallied three assists. Meanwhile, sophomore Brett Dadiego (Baldwin, N.Y.) had a spectacular performance between the pipes in the opening half, registering eight saves while allowing just one goal.


      It was a slow start for the Falcons’ offense, which didn’t get its first goal until the 7:05 mark in the opening period, as Crampton found the back of the net with an assist from Christopher Allen (So., Hillsborough, N.J.). Richmond evened up the score with three and a half minutes left in the quarter, but Air Force regained the lead with a tally from Erik Smith (Sr., Golden, Colo.).


      The Falcons went on to shut out the Spiders in the second period, outscoring Richmond 4-0. Kyle Cassady (Sr., Upper Arlington, Ohio) found the back of the net two minutes into the quarter, followed by a score by Tommy McKee (Sr., Holt, Mich.)with 12:30 on the clock. Midway through the period, Air Force added back-to-back scores by Crampton and Erik Smith just 30 seconds apart, as the Falcons went into the intermission with a 6-1 advantage.


      Air Force put together another 4-0 period after the break, with McKee opening the third period scoring with just over seven minutes to play in the quarter. Sophomore defenseman Luke Leathers (Parker, Colo.) tallied his first career goal after a successful clear on the ensuing face-off, while Crampton closed out the period with two more scores.


      The Falcons pushed their advantage to double digits early in the final stanza with an unassisted score by Allen, before Richmond ending its scoring drought with back-to-back goals midway through the period. Air Force responded with scores from James Burke (Jr., Pittsford, N.Y.) and Austin Smith (Fr., Golden, Colo.) to regain a 10-goal lead, but the Spiders closed out the game with two more tallies to account for the final margin.


      Air Force outshot Richmond, 38-21, for the game, and had a 37-25 advantage on ground balls. The Falcons also won the battle at the face-off X, particularly in the second half, winning 8-of-12 face-offs in the final two periods.


      “We knew Richmond was going to make things a little bit chaotic at times, and they did,” said head coach Eric Seremet. “We tried to emphasize that the last few days of practice. I thought the kids did a good job of playing through tonight and understanding how big it is. We have bigger goals.”


      Air Force 13, Richmond 5

      Richmond        1       0      0      4      5

      Air Force          2       4      4      3      13

      UR Scoring: Goals: Gifford, Burnam, Volpert, Goldberg, Forester. Assists: Goldberg 2, Ginestro.

      AF Scoring: Goals: Crampton 4, E. Smith 2, McKee 2, Cassady, Leathers, Allen, Burke, A. Smith. Assists: Dreyer 3, Allen, Crampton.


      -- 30 --  




      Melissa McKeown

      U.S. Air Force Academy

      Assistant Athletic Media Relations Director

      719.333.9025 (office)

      719.331.8321 (cell)



    • May 12, 2014 12:20 AM EDT
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      Jones Guides Duke Past Air Force, 20-9


      May 11, 2014


      DURHAM, N.C. – Sophomore midfielder Myles Jones tallied three goals and five assists to lead top-seeded Duke to a 20-9 win over visiting Air Force in opening round action of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament on Sunday evening at Koskinen Stadium.

      The Blue Devils improve to 14-3 on the year and advance to meet Johns Hopkins next Sunday in the quarterfinal round in Newark, Del.  Game time will be either noon or 2:30 p.m. 


      The Falcons conclude the season with an 11-6 overall ledger.


      “We want to congratulate the Air Force Academy on a fabulous season,” said Duke head coach John Danowski. “Their young men played four games in nine days and two trips. We have tremendous respect and admiration for how hard they played and for their season.”

      Jones led Duke’s group of eight multi-goal scorers which included Jordan Wolf’s 31st career hat trick.  Case Matheis contributed three markers while Jack Bruckner, Deemer Class, Josh Dionne, Will Haus and Kyle Keenan had two goals apiece. 


      “All week we worked on dodging with our head up and got away from selfish play and start filling the net up as a team,” said Jones. “You can’t get 20 goals by yourself or with one or two guys. Getting everyone involved was awesome. I love how Case [Matheis] came out after a long week of practice and put on display what he worked on all week.”


      After the two squads traded goals to open the game, Duke netted three straight tallies for a 4-1 advantage 10 minutes into the contest.  Air Force’s Tommy McKee later scored at the 13:36 mark of the second period to close the margin to 5-3, but the Blue Devils responded with seven unanswered goals – including two by Keenan –  to take a 12-3 lead into intermission.


      “Myles [Jones} is 240 pounds and there are not too many 240-pound midfielders in the country and so that’s a bit of anomaly,” Danowski said. “He’s such a terrific athlete, has great stick skills and vision. You can see his basketball skills at play when he plays with his head up and he just continues to get better each week.”


      The Blue Devils, who held a 52-35 shot advantage on the day en route to posting their 17th consecutive win at home, led by as many as 12 goals at 18-6 early in the final period.


      After totaling 13 points on nine goals and four assists through Duke’s first nine games of the season, Jones has compiled an impressive 37 points on 21 goals and 16 helpers over the last eight outings.  Included in the run of success which started on March 23 against Syracuse are four games with six-plus points against the Orange (5-1=6), Virginia (4-2=6), Rutgers (1-5=6) and Air Force (3-5=8).  The eight total points on Sunday against the Falcons marked a career single-game best for Jones.


      With his three goals and one assist against Air Force, Wolf moved into a tie for second place on the ACC’s all-time scoring chart with 285 points (174 goals & 111 assists), matching the total of former Duke standout Zack Greer (206-79=285).  Former Duke standout and current Blue Devil assistant coach Matt Danowski sits atop the list with 353 career points on 170 goals and 183 assists.


      “Today you saw a whole bunch of examples of the right play where we made the extra pass,” Danowski said. “You could hear guys calling ‘one more’, which means one more pass. There were a couple times where I think we moved the ball three, four times and finished the ball because guys were playing right, playing together and playing right.”


      At the faceoff X, Duke’s Brendan Fowler secured 17-of-28 draws and registered a game-high 13 ground balls to move into a tie for fifth place on the NCAA’s all-time chart for ground balls with a career total of 436.


      In the Duke net, Luke Aaron (6 goals allowed; 8 saves; 45:00) and Kyle Turri (3 goals allowed; 1 save; 15:00) shared the duties.  For the Falcons, netminders Brett Dadiego (9 goals allowed; 6 saves; 22:21) and Doug Gouchoe (11 goals allowed; 6 saves; 37:39) split the action.


      Kyle Cassady and Mike Crampton paced the Falcon offense with three goals each.


      With the victory, Duke improved to 29-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament play including a 14-4 slate in first round games.  Under eighth-year head coach John Danowski, the Blue Devils are now 26-5 in the month of May.




    • May 12, 2014 12:21 AM EDT
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      MEN'S LACROSSE FINAL: Drexel 16, #4 Penn 11 (NCAA 1st round)


      PHILADELPHIA - For a majority of the first half on Sunday, the University
      of Pennsylvania and Drexel University men's lacrosse teams gave everyone
      exactly what was expected from this NCAA first-round game at Franklin
      Field -- high energy, some jangly nerves, and an ebb and flow on the


      So when the Quakers' senior long-stick middie, Alex Blonsky, scored off a
      Joe McCallion feed with the Quakers DOWN a man and just 1:16 left in the
      half, you had to feel good as a Penn fan about where things stood. The Red
      and Blue was up, 6-4, and hadn't allowed Drexel a lead to that point.


      Jules Raucci scored for the Dragons with 17 seconds left, making the score
      6-5. What could happen in 17 seconds, right?


      Nick Saputo could happen.


      Drexel's standout faceoff man beat Danny Feeney clean, rolled down the
      chute and fired a shot that beat Danny's twin brother, Penn goalie Brian
      Feeney. That took about five seconds. The next faceoff netted the exact
      same result -- a clean Saputo win, a Saputo charge down the chute, a
      Saputo shot, a Saputo goal.


      Eleven seconds. Three goals. 7-6 Drexel lead.


      That momentum carried over to the second half. Drexel scored the first
      three goals in the third quarter in a span of 1:04, and tacked on another
      two minutes later. Midway through the third it was 11-6, Dragons, and
      somehow you felt like this was a deficit that even the Comeback Quakers of
      2014 could not overcome.


      They could not. Final score: 16-11, Drexel.


      So Penn's magical season ends at 11-4 overall, and while the Quakers will
      have fond memories of an Ivy League Tournament title, an eight-game win
      streak, and a lofty No. 4 seed in this year's tournament, there is little
      doubt that this result will sting for awhile.


      Drexel (13-4) and Penn split the eight faceoffs in the opening quarter,
      and it was 6-6 until that late rally before halftime. The tone was set --
      Drexel won an astounding 12 of the 16 faceoffs in the second half.


      Penn head coach Mike Murphy tried everything. He replaced Feeney in goal
      with John Lopes, then brought Feeney back in the fourth quarter. The spark
      never came.


      Penn opened the game with the first two goals, as Pat Berkery and Zack
      Losco scored unassisted, and then after Hank Brown got Drexel on the board
      Kevin Brown finished a feed from Nick Doktor to make the score 3-1. Ryan
      Belka's goal for the Dragons was answered by Doktor with just nine seconds
      left - but in an ominous portent to the second-quarter collapse, a faceoff
      violation was called on Penn and Saputo raced down to score with just 1.9
      seconds left before the horn to make it 4-3.


      (Did we mention that Saputo matched his goal total for the entire season
      in this one game? He started it with three, and had three more by


      Chris Hilburn and Nick Trizano matched goals midway through the second
      quarter, before a nearly five-minute drought was finally ended by
      Blonsky's man-down goal.


      Doktor had Penn's only goal in the third quarter, but any chance the
      Quakers might get back into this thing was squashed early in the fourth
      when Drexel netted three in a row to make it 14-7 with 11 minutes left.
      Penn got three of them back with goals from Drew Belinsky, Isaac Bock and
      Joe McCallion -- the last two with less than three minutes to play -- but
      it was far too late. Doktor added a goal in the final minute to give him a
      hat trick and a four-point game.


      Penn outshot Drexel, 47-45, but Will Gabrielsen had 12 saves to get the
      win. Feeney ended his decorated career with nine stops for Penn, while
      Lopes had one save in just his second appearance this season. Another
      senior who stood out was defenseman Maxx Meyer, who had four caused
      turnovers and six ground balls.



    • May 18, 2014 2:49 AM EDT
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      6 goals by Alexandria Mash and 4 goals by Morgan Lamey paces 6th seed Lady Force of Charter in 13-9 win over 3rd seed Polytech

      By David A. Willauer-Contributing Editor-Polytech High School-Woodside,DE-Saturday, In a first round game of the 2014 Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Lacrosse Tournament, the "Bread and Butter" team of Morgan "Bread" Lamey 4 goals and 1 assist Alexandria "Butter" Mash led with 6 goals known for their goal scoring plays to the net along with helping of their teammates out contributed in a big way as they led the Lady Force of Charter at 14-2 to a 13-9 win over the Lady Panthers of Polytech.  
      Charter Head Girls Lax Coach Cindy DePrisco on Charter's huge win over Polytech:  "This was an amazing win we knew how great Polytech is as they were ranked 3rd in the state went great we lost to Ursuline in our last game in overtime my players have good stick work I had them to think about our game plan in practice on how to prepare for the state tournament."  " Lexi Mash and Morgan Lamey look for each other while they are out on the field help each other the ladies on our squad and helped us and they are a great duo as we have Archmere in our semi final round."  "Archmere is tough and we have great respect for them and we have to get ready to prepare."
      Morgan "Bread" Lamey:  "We're excited and had a good week of practice along with stragedy on how we prepared ourselves for Polytech we were level headed but we won the game today and our coach has conditions us very well." " I had the energy to score my goals and work with my teammate to keep the momentum up."  On my goals our coach always says to feed it back to the net and look for a good shot."  "We played Archmere last year in the state tournament and they defeated us and we have a game plan going into the semi finals."  
      For the Lady Panthers who finished their season at 11-4, Allison McKay led with 5 goals and teammate Jamie Trabaudo 3 goals and 1 assist.  
      Other Girls Delaware State Tournament Recaps:  In another quarter final round of the DIAA Girls State Lacrosse Tournament, 4 goals by Katelyn Payne, 3 each by Amanda Olsen and Kennedy Murphy paced the Lady Auks of Archmere at 14-2 to a 13-12 win over the Lady Hillers of Tower Hill at 10-6.  For the Lady Hillers, Abigail Manning led with 5 goals, 3 by Madaline Schwartz and 2 by Kiva Walsh.  
      On Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 Charter will play Archmere at a site to be determined.  
      The 4 time defending Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Lady Vikings from Cape Henlopen High School at 11-5 behind the 4 goal performance of Allie Yeager and Sarah Tappen, 3 by Kat Judge and 2 by Jordan Brown defeated the 8th seed Lady Riders of Caesar Rodney by a 20-6 score.  The Riders were led by Kourtney Olsen and Delaney Steele with 2 goals and have finished their season at 9-7.
      In an upset, Maddie Hughes game winning overtime goal paced the 5th Lady Raiders of Ursuline Academy to a 17-16 overtime win over the 5th seed Lady Buccaneers of Caravel Academy.  Laura Hurff led the Lady Raiders with 5 goals. 
      This post was edited by David Willauer at May 22, 2014 2:10 AM EDT
    • May 19, 2014 1:19 AM EDT
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      5-12-14-Lacrosse-4 goals by Eric Mousuly,  2 goals each by Brian Marchioni and Angelo Frontera paced the Vikings of St. Elizabeth to a 14-1 win over the Rams of Dickinson.
      4 goals by Connor Swalm, 3 by Adam Brown, 2 goals each by Eric Crile and teammate Dylan Suarez paced the Cavaliers of Middletown to an 11-10 win over the Panthers of Polytech.  For the Panthers, Connor Ott led with 6 goals followed by 2 goals each by Kyle Hyde and Connor Slatcher. 
      5 goals by Samuel Fink, 4 by Jason Kelly, 3 by Lou Bianchino paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 14-7 win over the Vikings of Cape Henlopen.  For the Vikings, John Benson led with 3 goals. 
      5 goals by Dylan Handel, 3 by Asani Edmunds, 2 each by Spencer Dooley and Chris Valenti paced the Dover Senators to a 15-7 win over the Concord Raiders. 
      5 goals by Nicholas Ferrara, 3 by Zack Bowen and 2 by Eric Mack paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 13-3 win over the Tigers of Alexis I Dupont.  For the Tigers, Kyle Mott led with 3 goals. 
      2 goals by Nicholas Fecondo, Harris Walker and Matthew Andreas paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 9-1 win over Hodgson. 
      7 goals by James Hamory, 3 by James Magnani and Brandon Papa, 2 each by Tyler Kreisher, Dalton Ziemba and David Alessandrini paced the St. Marks Spartans to a 22-2 win over the Newark Yellowjackets. 
      Girls-5 goals by Lauren Phillips, 4 by Olivia Duarte, 2 by Abigail Reid paced the Lady Buccaneers to a 13-4 win over the Lady Warriors of Sanford. 
      5 goals by Morgan Lamey, 4 by Alex Mash, 2 each by Kaitlin Reed and Christina Laporte paced the Lady Force of Charter to a 18-3 win over the Lady Yellowjackets of Newark. 
      5 goals by Margaret Crivelli, 3 by Meredith Boardman and Cynthia Sellar paced the Lady Hornets of Tatnall to a 16-10 win over the Lady Tigers of AI DuPont.  For the Lady Tigers, Elizabeth Shields led with 3 goals followed by 2 each by Eliza Williams, Charlotte Groves and Alex Davis. 
      4 goals each by Jena Wilson, sisters Joanne and Alexis Petrosky paced the Lady Ravens to an 18-5 win over the Dragons of Glasgow. 
      4 goals by Bailey Gray, 3 each by Madeline Price, Shabnam Norozzi and Nyi Wright paced the Lady Eagles of Smyrna to a 20-5 win over the Hodgson Silver Eagles. 
      7 goals by Courtney Olsen, 6 by Delaney Steele as she scored her 100th career goal in the first half and 2 by Megan Stewart paced the Lady Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 17-8 win over the Lady Cavaliers of Middletown.  For the Lady Cavs, Alexia Johnson contributed with 2. 
      5-13-14-Lacrosse-Boys-5 goals by Zack Bowen and Cole Ferrara paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 16-2 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant. 
      3 goals by John Roberts paced the Hornets of Tatnall to a 5-4 win over the Sanford Warriors. 
      5 goals by George Martin and 4 by Benjamin Gonski paced the Indians of Indian River to a 19-1 win over the Golden Knights of Sussex Central. 
      4 goals by Blake Mann, 3 goals by Justin Lopez and John Benson paced the Cape Henlopen Vikings to a 16-1 win over the Quakers of Friends. 
      3 goals by Devonn Hallock, 2 each by Kobe Morris and Dylan Handel paced the Dover Senators to a 9-8 win over the Cards of St. Andrews. 
      3 goals by Spencer Lockhard, 2 each by Austin Fedele, Alex Fowler paced the Warriors of Wilmington Christian to a 11-4 win over the Colonials of William Penn. 
      3 goals by Justin Laznik, 2 by Colton Esper and Zach Ferguson paced the Bucs of Caravel to a 11-3 win over the Vikings of St. Elizabeth. 
      5 goals by Joseph Ambler, 3 by Joshua Mullen and 2 each by Cameron Augusti and Chandler Foresta paced the Redskins of Conrad to a 14-2 win over the Vikings of Christiana. 
      8 goals by Daniel Beres, 3 by Patrick King and Adam Carpenter Clark paced the Hawks of St. Georges to a 20-1 win over Dickinson. 
      Lacrosse-Boys-3 goals by Thomas Aloe and David Schmidt paced the Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 12-2 win over the Hornets of Tatnall. 
      5 goals by Justin Laznik and 3 goals by Wilson Forney paced the Bucs of Caravel Academy to a 13-3 win over the Silver Eagles of Hodgson. 
      Girls-2 goals by Jesse Bryce and Gregory Seibert paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 7-6 win over the Dragons of Glasgow.  For the Dragons, Trevor Harrison led with 3 goals followed by Nicholas Coleman with 2. 
      4 goals by Alyssa Simmons and 3 goals by Madelyn Baker paced the Lady Spartans of St. Marks to a 12-10 win over the Lady Raiders of Concord.  For the Raiders, Heather Estle led with 4 goals as she scored her 100th career goal  followed by 2 each by Madeleine Marconi and Caroline Procak. 
      8 Goals by Olivia Duarte, 4 each by Isabell Orticelle, Abigail Reed and Lauren Phillips paced the Lady Bucs of Caravel to a 23-11 win over the Lady Cavaliers of Middletown. 
      6 goals by Sarah Coyne, 5 goals by Alyse Saliba, 3 each by Neely Egan and Liz Wainwright paced the Lady Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 21-10 win over the Lady Hornets of Tatnall.  For the Lady Hornets, Meredith Boardman and Margaret Crivelli each led with 3 goals. 
      4 goals by Mckenzie Marvel and Delaney Chrisco 2 by Emily Wagner and Allison Beaudeat paced the Lady Jags of Appoquinimink to a 14-9 win over the Lady Bulldogs of Brandywine.  For the Lady Bulldogs, Cady Burnside led with 4 and teammate Megan Roof led with 3. 
      5 goals by Alyssa More, 3 goals by Sarah Reuther and Ryan Taylor 2 by Alexa Rhodunda, Katherine McGinniss and Kate Walker paced the Lady Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant to a 17-13 win over the Lady Tigers of AI Dupont.  For the Lady Tigers, Elizabeth Shields and Alex Davis each led with 4 goals. 
      4 goals by Kat Judge, 3 by Alexa Woodruff, 2 each by Allie Yeager and Sarah Tappan paced the Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 17-4 win over the Lady Raiders of Ursuline. 
      2 goals by Meryl Gatti, Brooke Winfield and Molly Harper paced the Lady Quakers of Wilmington Friends to a 7-5 win over the Lady Warriors of Sanford. 
      Lacrosse Boys-3 goals by Oliver Fleishmann and 2 by Chase Humphreys paced the Warriors of Sanford to a 12-2 win over the Rams of Dickinson. 
      4 goals by Cole Ferrara and 3 goals by Zack Bowen paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 10-7 win over the Raiders of Concord.  For Concord, John Fiorella led with 3 goals followed by 2 by Richard Quinney. 
      2 goals by Ian Lineweaver, Connor Ott, Thomas Gilmore and Cameron Phelps paced the Panthers of Polytech to a 9-6 win over the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy.  For DMA, 2 goals each by Paul Wolfe and Matthew Hoffecker. 
      5 goals by Shawn Hagerty, 4 by Bryce Ciarlo and Mark Karpov paced the Yellowjackets of Newark to a 21-0 win over the Vikings of Christiana. 
      4 goals by Austin Fedele, 3 by Spencer Lockhard, 2 each by Alex Fowler and Jacob Conrad paced the Warriors of Wilmington Christian to a 14-1 win over Conrad. 
      5-16-14-Lacrosse-5 goals by John Benson, 3 goals by Michael Hopkins and Blake Mann, 2 goals each by Todd Keen and Justin Lopez paced the Cape Henlopen Vikings to a 17-2 win over the Delmar Wildcats for the Boys Henlopen Conference Lacrosse Title. 
      5-17-14-Lacrosse-3 goals by Austin Edge and 2 by John Roberts paced the Hornets of Tatnall to a 5-2 win over the Eagles of Smyrna. 
      7 goals by Andrew Pettit, 3 goals by Benjamin Watson and Samuel Murphy, 2 by William Shegog paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 16-5 win over the Quakers of Friends. 
    • May 19, 2014 1:20 AM EDT
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      BALTIMORE BOUND! Duke Upends Hopkins, 19-11


      May 18, 2014


      NEWARK, Del.—Duke University senior attackman Jordan Wolf tallied eight points to lead the Blue Devils to their eight consecutive NCAA semifinal with a 19-11 win over Johns Hopkins Sunday afternoon at Delaware Stadium. Wolf finished with five goals and three assists to send Duke to championship weekend for the 10th time overall. 


      The Blue Devils have advanced to the final weekend of college lacrosse in each of the eight seasons under head coach John Danowski. Duke, 15-3 overall on the year, is 30-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament games and 10-4 in quarterfinal matchups. 


      “First I want to congratulate Johns Hopkins University on a phenomenal season,” head coach John Danowski said. “This game in preparation scared the heck out of us. We knew it was going to be a 60-minute battle. With that being said I couldn’t be more proud of the group of athletes representing Duke.”


      Sophomore midfielder Myles Jones added three goals and four assists, while senior Josh Dionne had four goals before suffering an injury. Case Matheis chipped in five points (3g, 2a), his third hat trick of the season. 
      Duke came out of the gates hot, scoring five goals on its first five possessions for a 5-0 lead midway through the first quarter. Will Haus ignited the offense with a fast-break assist to Matheis 51 seconds into the game. The 


      Blue Devils added five more goals over the next nine minutes, including two from Dionne for a 6-0 advantage at 5:13 of the opening stanza. 


      Facing a 6-0 deficit, Johns Hopkins capitalized on a pair of man-up chances to cut Duke’s lead to four, 7-3, at the half. Dionne finished the first half with a hat trick, his 26th of his career. 


      The Blue Devils’ offense continued to cruise in the second quarter. Duke stretched its lead to seven, 11-4, midway through the quarter before Johns Hopkins started to chip away. The Blue Jays, trailing 12-5, scored the quarter’s final three goals to head into the locker room down 12-8. 


      Johns Hopkins (11-5) opened the third quarter with two more unanswered to make it a 12-10 game at the 9:16 mark. Wolf, with just one score in the first 36 minutes, stepped up and stopped the Blue Jays’ 5-0 run and Duke’s scoring drought at 11:53 with consecutive goals to put the Blue Devils up 14-10. 


      “We first came out and played well,” Danowski said. “We knew they were going to make a run. The guys withstood the run and played with tremendous poise and maturity at the end, which isn’t something we haven’t always had this season.”


      The Blue Jays brought it back to three, 14-11, early in the fourth, but it was all Duke in the fourth quarter. The Blue Devils finished the game on a 5-0 run and held Johns Hopkins scoreless for the final 14:14 of the game. Wolf and Matheis both had two goals in that stretch, while Jones had a goal and two assists. 


      Brendan Fowler won 17-of-33 faceoffs and picked up 13 ground balls and Haus helped anchor the defense game with an assist and three ground balls. Chris Hipps and Casey Carroll both picked up three ground balls apiece as Duke held the Blue Jays to just three goals in the second half. 


      Luke Aaron made three saves in 35 minutes of action and Kyle Turri had one stop in the final 24 minutes of relief. 




      •        Head coach John Danowski advances to his eighth consecutive NCAA semifinal with the Blue Devils, the lone coach to do so in his first eight seasons at the helm of a program
      •        Jordan Wolf moved into sole possession of second place on the Duke and ACC career scoring charts with 293 points … He is seven shy of becoming the 10th player in NCAA history to reach 300 career points
      •        Wolf has scored at least one point in 59 career games and has a goal in 20 straight outings … He has 32 career hat tricks
      •        The 10 points from Jones and Walsh pushed Duke’s first midfield to a program-best 159 points for a midfield unit
      •        Myles Jones recorded seven points to push his season total to 57, ranking second among midfielders in Duke single-season history … Deemer Class is first with 60. 
      •                 Kyle Keenan had two goals and an assist ... He now has 19 goals and nine assists for 28 points - 12 more than his previous two seasons combined (8g, 8a)



      This post was edited by David Willauer at June 7, 2014 2:29 AM EDT
    • May 19, 2014 1:22 AM EDT
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      May 17, 2014                                                              //For Immediate Release//


      Irish Top Albany, 14-13, In Overtime Thriller In NCAA Quarterfinals

      Kavanagh scores game winner to send Irish to Championship Weekend.


              HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – A Matt Kavanagh goal in overtime gave No. 6 seed Notre Dame a thrilling 14-13 overtime victory over Albany Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship in front of a sellout and stadium-record crowd of 13,519 at James M. Shuart Stadium.


              The Fighting Irish (11-5) trailed 12-7 with just over eight minutes remaining in the contest before ending regulation on a 6-1 run. The surge began on a Nick Ossello goal, which snapped a 6-0 Albany run, and Westy Hopkins scored less than a minute later to make it a three-goal affair. Tallies from Conor Doyle and Sergio Perkovic 36 seconds apart cut the Albany lead to one (12-11) with 6:19 left to play.


              The Great Danes (12-6) went back up by two on a Ryan Feuerstein goal with 5:44 remaining, but goals from Hopkins and Perkovic knotted the game by the three-minute mark of the final period. The Notre Dame defense withstood a final Albany possession and goalie Conor Kelly saved a Ty Thompson shot with five seconds left and the game went to overtime.


              Kavanagh had a hat trick for the Irish, while fellow attackman Conor Doyle had two goals and three assists. Lyle Thompson paced Albany with three goals and three assists. Notre Dame’s Liam O’Connor went 21-of-31 in faceoff attempts.


              “What a fantastic atmosphere, it couldn’t have been a more fantastic venue,” Notre Dame head coach Kevin Corrigan said. “Albany played terrific lacrosse today and deserved a better fate, but I’m pretty glad they didn’t get it. It was a heck of a lacrosse game. I couldn’t be more proud of our guys. To be in the situation we were in in the fourth quarter … if you were in our huddle you didn’t sense any quit. Nobody was hanging their head, they were focused on making some plays and making one at a time. All the credit in the world to our guys.”


              This is the third Championship Weekend appearance in the last five seasons for Notre Dame and the fourth trip overall in program history. The Irish were semifinalists in 2001 and 2012 and they were the national runner-up in 2010.


              Notre Dame will face Maryland in the NCAA semifinals next Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore, Md. That game will take place at 1 or 3:30 p.m. (ET) on ESPN2. Maryland topped Bryant, 16-8, in the day’s first quarterfinal. The Fighting Irish and Terrapins split two meetings this season. Maryland won the regular-season matchup (12-8), while Notre Dame was victorious in the ACC semifinal showdown (6-5).      


              Notre Dame led 6-5 at halftime, but the Great Danes outscored the Irish 5-1 in the third quarter. Ty Thompson evened the contest early in the second half and neither team scored for the next five minutes but Scioscia snapped the drought with a timer-on goal to give the Irish a 7-6 lead. The Great Danes answered right back with a Will Stenberg goal that began the 6-0 Albany run. Lyle Thompson gave Albany its first lead of the game (8-7) with 4:45 left in the third quarter. Another goal from Lyle Thompson two minutes later increased the Great Dane to two. Ty Thompson scored with 2.4 seconds left in the period to make it 10-7.


              Albany pushed the lead to five (12-7) just over three minutes into the fourth quarter on transition goals from Doug Eich and Matthew Bertrams.


              The Fighting Irish scored the first four goals of the game beginning with a man-up tally from Kavanagh. Goals from Doyle, Ossello and Kavanagh made it 4-0 with just under eight minutes remaining in the first quarter. Lyle Thompson put Albany on the board with 7:02 left in the opening period and consecutive scores from Miles Thompson made it 4-3 by the end of the quarter.


              John Scioscia gave the Irish a two-goal advantage early in the second period, but John Maloney got the Great Danes back to within one and Miles Thompson evened things up (5-5) with 8:41 left in the first half. Notre Dame regained its lead with just over three minutes remaining in the stanza on a Trevor Brosco tally and the Irish led 6-5 at the intermission.


              Notre Dame held a 47-32 advantage in shots. Kelly finished with six saves for the Irish, while Blaze Riorden had 14 for Albany.


      NCAA Championship Quarterfinal

      May 17, 2014

      James M. Shuart Stadium • Hempstead, N.Y.

      Albany (12-6) – 3 2 5 3 0 - 13

      #6 Notre Dame (10-5) – 4 2 1 6 1 - 14



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      MLAX: Record Crowd Sees Maryland and Notre Dame Advance To The NCAA Semifinals

      Courtesy: Hofstra Athletic Communications
      Release: 05/17/2014


      Photo Gallery

      Maryland Postgame Press Conference

      Bryant Postgame Press Conference

      Notre Dame Postgame Press Conference

      Albany Postgame Press Conference

      Hempstead, NY – Before a standing room only, record crowd, the University of Maryland and the University of Notre Dame advanced to next Saturday's NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship semifinals in Baltimore with victories in the quarterfinals at Hofstra University's James M. Shuart Stadium Saturday afternoon. The game attracted a Shuart Stadium record crowd of 13,519. 

      Maryland advanced with a 16-8 win over Bryant University while Notre Dame advanced with a thrilling, 14-13 come-from-behind overtime victory over the University at Albany in the nightcap.

      The quarterfinal doubleheader was played before a sell-out, Shuart Stadium record crowd of 13,519, which surpassed the previous mark of 13,447 achieved when Hofstra University hosted the 2011 NCAA quarterfinals. Saturday's crowd is also the third-largest NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinal crowd in history following 17,017 at Navy in 2008 and 14,122 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA in 2011.

      In the first game, senior Mike Chanenchuk tallied five goals and added four assists and Connor Cannizzaro, Jay Carlson and Joe LoCascio each added three goals to lead the seventh-seed Maryland Terrapins to a 16-8 victory over the Bryant Bulldogs.

      The victory sends the Terrapins into their 22nd NCAA Championship semifinal. Maryland improved to 13-3 with their third consecutive victory. Chanenshuck recorded his sixth hat-trick of the season and a career-high nine points in the victory. Cannizzaro, a freshman, notched his fourth hat-trick of the season and added two assists for a season-best five points. Junior Jay Carlson also posted his fifth hat-trick of the year while LoCascio, also a junior, recorded the first hat-trick of his career. Senior goalie Niko Amato made six saves in the Maryland goal for his 13th victory of the season. 

      Bryant, which had their five-game winning streak snapped, ends their season with a school-record 16 victories against five losses. The Bulldogs were led by senior Colin Dunster with four goals and one assist while sophomore Shane Morrell added two goals.  Sophomore goalie Gunnar Waldt, who ranks fifth in the nation in goals against average, made eight saves in the loss.

      Maryland jumped on the Bulldogs in the first quarter, scoring seven of the first eight goals in the contest. Chanenchuk scored twice and picked up three assists, as the Terps raced to a 7-2 lead after one period. Maryland scored the first four goals in the first 4:14 as Chanenchuck, Henry West, Jay Carlson and Joe LoCascio dented the twine for the Terps. 

      After Tucker James ended the Maryland run with his 31st goal of the year with 9:24 to play in the period, Maryland rattled off three consecutive goals by LoCascio, Cannizzaro and Chanenchuk, to boost the lead to 7-1. Dan Sipperly closed out the scoring in the first quarter with a man-up goal for Bryant.

      LoCascio and Chanenchuk opened the second quarter with goals to boost the Maryland lead to 9-2 before Morrell and Dunster added goals for the Bulldogs to close the deficit to 9-4 at halftime.  Maryland ended any thought of a Bryant comeback by scoring five of the seven goals in the third quarter with Carlson and Cannizzaro each adding two goals in the period to boost the lead to 14-6.

      Maryland outshot Bryant, 38-29 and picked up 36 ground balls to the Bulldogs 23. The Terrapins won 17 of 27 face-offs behind junior Charlie Raffa, who captured 14 of 20 face-offs. 
      In the second game, sophomore Matt Kavanagh scored his third goal of the day 2:31 into the first overtime to lead the sixth seed Fighting Irish of Notre Dame (11-5) to the 14-13 victory over the upstart Great Danes of Albany (12-6). The Irish fought back from a 12-7 deficit with just under 12 minutes to play in regulation to score six of the next seven goals to send the game into overtime.

      In addition to Kavanagh’s three goals, Notre Dame received two goals and three assists from junior Conor Doyle and two goals from seniors John Scioscia and Westy Hopkins, freshman Sergio Perkovic and junior Nick Ossello . Junior goalie Conor Kelly made six saves to post his sixth win of the season. Senior Liam O’Connor captured 21 of 31 face-offs to help the Irish cause.

      The Great Danes were led by brother tandem of Lyle and Miles Thompson and cousin Ty Thompson. Lyle tallied three goals and added three assists and tied the NCAA Division I single season Division I goal record of 82 set by Yale’s Jon Reese in 1990. Sophomore Blaze Riordan made 14 saves in the Albany cage.

      After trailing 6-5 at halftime, Albany came out in the second half and scored seven of the next eight goals, including the final six goals to take a 12-7 lead 3:11 into the fourth quarter. Lyle Thompson had two goals and two assists and Ty Thompson added two goals in the spurt for Albany. 

      But Notre Dame rallied with four unanswered goals in a 1:52 span as Ossello, Hopkins, Doyle and Perkovic tallied goals for the Irish to close to within one at 12-11. But a flurry of action in front of the Albany goal, that included two Irish shots, two Riodan saves and a third shot that caromed off the crossbar, resulted in a fast break goal by Albany senior Ryan Feuerstein with 5:44 to play in regulation. 

      But Hopkins scored his second of the day just a minute later and Perkovic tallied his second of the day with 3:02 remaining to tie the game at 13-all. Albany was unable to get the game-winner in regulation despite having two good opportunities in the waning seconds.

      In the overtime, Notre Dame won the face-off and got the ball into the stick of Kavanagh, who fired a rising rocket past Riordan for the game-winner to send the Irish to the NCAA Championship semifinals for the fourth time in school history and the first time since a 7-5 loss to Loyola in 2012. Notre Dame reached the NCAA finals in 2010, losing to Duke, 6-5 in overtime.

      Notre Dame outshot Albany, 47-32 and picked up 39 ground balls to the Great Danes 24. Maryland and Notre Dame will face each other for the third time this season in the national semifinals next Saturday, May 24 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

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      4 goals by Kat Joseph and Allie Yeager sparks Cape Henlopen to 18-6 win for 2014 DIAA Girls State Title


      By David A. Willauer-Contributing Editor-Wednesday, May 28, 2014-Appoquinimink High School-Middletown, DE: The Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen High School after trailing early in the first half by scores 3-1 and 5-3 on the Morgan (Bread) Lamey's 3 goals in the game along with 1 goal each by Lexi (Butter) Mash, and Christine Laporte as things went the Lady Forces way and after a wake up call the Columbia Blue and Gold Lady Vikings came back and scored 7 straight goals to take and 10-5 lead before Morgan Lamey scored her 4th goal to go within 10-6 and the rest was history as the Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen outscored the Lady Force in the second half 10-1 and prevailed by a 18-6 win to claim their sixth DIAA Girls State.

      Allie Yeager on Cape's win:  "Stick to our plan everyone was nervous we starting to play together did well on our shots the defense did well at stopping the ball the people thought that they could do well we had a few tough losses and to feel confident and we are ready to play today on the faceoffs were doing well along the string line and hopefully to get a goal the 3-0 deficit was a wake up call for us as we started playing together our squad saw the cage and did what I could do."

      Morgan (Bread) Lamey from Charter 4 goals in the loss:  "We went out strong and thought that we had a near upset but Cape is a strong squad they are a good team their coach gave them a pep talk they got the faceoff and the transition down our attacks and our defense played great today it was our first time in the state tournament in school history."

      Kat Judge 4 goals in the game for Cape:  "This was a huge win for our squad as this is my senior year along with winning our third championship there is no greater feeling after we trailed 3-1 and thought that we were going to get upset we came back and settled ourselves down and played our game."  " I scored a couple of goals to win some of my shots went high as we all started shooting everything went well."  


      Cape Henlopen       8 10 18
      Charter                     5   1   6

      Morgan(Bread)Lamey 4 goals 
      Lexi(Butter)Mash 1 goal
      Christina Laporte 1 goal 1 assist

      Cape Henlopen 
      Kat Joseph 4 goals 1 assist
      Allie Yeager 4 goals 2 assists
      Alex Woodruff 3 goals 
      Sarah Tappan 2 goals 
      Jordan Brown 2 goals 
      Alison Palmer 1 goal
      Korrine Lemaire 1 goal
      Sarah Hyde 1 assist
      Liz Frederick 1 goal and 1 assist


      With the state title, Cape Henlopen is  tied with St. Andrews with 6 titles each and Tower Hill has 4.

      Charter is the Blue Hen School to reach the finals since Brandywine High achieved that goal in 2002

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      Blake Mann’s 5 goals total including 2 key goals paced the 2nd seed Vikings of Cape Henlopen to 9-7 upset win over three time defending champion Salesianum and also ended their 46 game win streak vs. Delaware High Schools.

      By David A. Willauer-Bob Peoples Stadium-Caravel Academy-Bear, DE-5-31-14-On a warm breezy day at Bob Peoples Stadium on the facilities of Caravel Academy and for the first time since 2008 the 2nd seed Vikings of Cape Henlopen High School 16-2 claimed the 2014 Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys State Lacrosse title and pulled off one of the biggest upsets in lacrosse history as they shocked the 3 time defending state champion Sals of Salesianum’s (17-3) 4th attempt of winning state lacrosse title in a row after a 7-7 tie on the goal by Sallies Sam Fink with the assist from teammate Mark McGarvey, Cape Henlopen came back on 2 key goals by Blake Mann one with the assist from Michael Hopkins with 10:46 left to go up 8-7 and scored unassisted at 8:47 to make the final score 9-7 and ended the Sals 46 game winning streak vs. Delaware opponents since 2010 when they were defeated by Tower Hill for the State Title by a 5-4 score which was held at Caravel Academy.

      Cape Henlopen 9 Salesianum 7

      Cape: Blake Mann 5 goals, Todd Keen 2 goals, 1 each by Michael Hopkins and 1 assist, 1 goal by Kyle Orton Grant Gillen 12 saves in the net for Cape

      Salesianum: Jason Kelly 3 goals 2 goals by Sam Fink, 1 goal each by Andrew Witherell and Luke Bianchino

      Footnotes of State Titles for Boys Lacrosse; Salesianum and Cape Henlopen each tied with 6 state titles, Tower Hill with 2 Tatnall with 4 titles, St. Andrews 1 title

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      US Lacrosse 2014 High School All-Americans – Girls

      First Team

      Katherine Judge               Cape Henlopen                            12

      Allie Yeager                     Cape Henlopen                            12

      Jamie Trabaudo               Polytech                                      10

      Morgan Lamey                 Charter School of Wilmington       12

      Honorable Mention

      Katelyn Payne                  Archmere Academy                      12

      Laura Hurff                       Ursuline Academy                        12



      US Lacrosse 2014 High School All-Americans – Boys

      Hunter Schaeffer        Caesar Rodney                     12

      Luke Benson              Cape Henlopen                     12

      Grant Gillan                Cape Henlopen                     12

      Thomas Ott                Cape Henlopen                     12

      Jason Kelly                 Salesianum                          12

      Fred Freibott              Salesianum                          12

      Ryan Kern                 Salesianum                          11

      Andrew Pettit             Tower Hill                            11


      All-State Lacrosse Team - Girls                    



      First Team                                       


      Name                                 Position           School                                     Grade


      Allie Yeager                         Attack               Cape
      Henlopen                             12


      Alexandra Mash                   Attack               Charter School of Wilmington         11


      Amanda Olsen                     Attack               Archmere Academy                      12


      Sarah Tappan                      Attack               Cape Henlopen


      Katherine Judge                   Midfield             Cape Henlopen


      Jamie Trabaudo                   Midfield             Polytech                                      10


      Katelyn Payne                     Midfield             Archmere Academy                      12


      Morgan Lamey                     Midfield             Charter
      School of Wilmington         12


      Duarte                        Midfield             Caravel Academy                          9


      Alyse Saliba                        Midfield             St. Andrew's School                      12


      Lindsay Gugerty                  Defense            Charter School of Wilmington         12


      Taylor Gooch                       Defense            Cape Henlopen


      Maggie Delp                        Defense            Cape Henlopen


      Caroline Rath                       Defense            Archmere Academy


      Samantha Broadhurst           Goal Keeper      Cape
      Henlopen                             11




      Second Team                                           


      Name                                 Position           School                                     Grade


      Dorian Zimmerman               Attack               Sussex
      Tech                                12


      Kiva Walsh                          Attack               Tower
      Hill                                     10


      Delaney Steele                    Attack               Caesar Rodney                             10


      Alison Pantazes                  Attack               Middletown


      Laura Hurff                           Midfield             Ursuline Academy                         12


      Kourtney Olsen                    Midfield             Caesar
      Rodney                             10


      Karalynn Joseph                  Midfield             Cape Henlopen


      Alison McKay                      Midfield             Polytech                                      10


      Maddy Hughes                    Midfield             Ursuline                                       11


      Abigail Manning                   Midfield             Tower Hill                                     10


      Kate Baerle                         Defense            Archmere Academy                      12


      Caroline Grasso                   Defense            Charter School of Wilmington         10


      Riley Wagner                       Defense            Cape Henlopen


      Kaitlin Bergold                     Defense            Polytech                                      10


      Kaitlyn Longest                    Goal Keeper      Caesar
      Rodney                             10

      2014 All-State Lacrosse Team - Boys


      First Team

      Name                           Position                       School                      Grade

      Luke Benson                 Attack                           Cape Henlopen              12

      Jason Kelly                   Attack                           Salesianum                   12

      James Magnani             Attack                           St. Mark's                     12

      Andrew Pettit                 Attack                           Tower Hill                      11

      Todd Keen                     Midfield                         Cape Henlopen              12

      Hunter Schaeffer            Midfield                         Caesar Rodney              12

      Rhett Schweizer            Midfield                         St. Mark's                     11

      Andrew (A.J.) Witherell   Midfield                         Salesianum                   11

      Mike Adams                  Defense                        St. Mark's                     12

      Kevin Sheahan               Defense                        Caesar Rodney              11

      Thomas Ott                   Defense                        Cape Henlopen              12

      Fred Freibott                  Defense                        Salesianum                   12

      Jake Shriner                  Specialist - FOGO         Caravel Academy           11

      Grant Gillan                   Goal Keeper                  Cape Henlopen              12

      Ryan Kern                     Goal Keeper                  Salesianum                   11


      Second Team

      Name                           Position                       School                      Grade

      Colin Duffy                     Attack                           Archmere Academy       11

      Blake Mann                   Attack                           Cape Henlopen              12

      Sam Fink                      Attack                           Salesianum                   11

      Thomas Lengel              Midfield                         Brandywine                   12

      Michael Drake               Midfield                         Salesianum                   9

      Zach Ferguson               Midfield                         Caravel Academy           12

      Nick Papa                     Defense                        St. Mark's                     11

      Spencer Urban               Defense                        Salesianum                   12

      Matt Minner                   Defense                        Appoquinimink               12

      Travis Quillen                 Specialist - LSM            Sussex Tech                 11

      Alex Manges                 Goal Keeper                  St. Mark's                     12


      Third Team

      Name                           Position                       School                      Grade

      Travis Gilmore                Attack                           Delmar                          12

      Joey Pirozzi                  Attack                           A.I. duPont                    12

      Bailey Martin                 Attack                           Salesianum                   12

      John Dunbar                  Midfield                         Appoquinimink               10

      Robbie Johnston            Midfield                         Charter School               11

      Luke Bianchino              Midfield                         Salesianum                   10

      Ryan Beatson                Midfield                         Archmere Academy       12

      Connor Freeborn            Defense                        Salesianum                   11

      Aaron Mattioni               Defense                        Cape Henlopen              12

      Ryan McQuaide             Defense                        Dover                            12

      Terry Logue                   Specialist - LSM            Salesianum                   11

      Tom Bailey                    Goal Keeper                  Polytech                       12


      Honorable Mention

      Name                           Position                       School                      Grade

      Connor Swalm               Attack                           Middletown                    12

      David Schmidt               Attack                           Caesar Rodney              11

      James Hamory              Attack                           St. Mark's                     11

      Ben Revak                     Midfield                         Archmere Academy       10

      Drew Gracie                  Midfield                         Middletown                    12

      Thomas Aloe                 Midfield                         Caesar Rodney              11

      Stevie Lange                  Defense                        Appoquinimink               12

      Nolan Shannon              Defense                        Charter School               12

      Patrick Lyons                Defense                        Salesianum                   10

      Mike Sanzone               Specialist - SSDM         Salesianum                   11

      Hunter Dailey                 Specialist - FOGO         Cape Henlopen              12

      Nick Salameda              Specialist - LSM            Archmere Academy       9

      Cody Frank                   Goal Keeper                  Hodgson                       12


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      Girls All Star Game: 6 goals by Allie Yeager and 3 goals by 2014 State's Player of the Year Katherine Judge paced the White All Stars to an 18-14 win over the Blue All Stars.

      In the Boys All Star Lacrosse Game: paced the Blue All Stars to an 18-9 win over the Gold All Stars. 3 goals by Blake Mann of Cape Henlopen, 2 by Dylan Baker, 1 each by Travis Gilmore of Delmar and Aaron Lineweaver of Polytech 1 goal by Tom Ott of Cape Henlopen and Hunter Schaefer of Caesar Rodney 1 goal by Cape Henlopen product and Monmouth University Bound Grant Gillen played goalie half of the first quarter for the White and for the Blue squad played the final quarter.

      White Players were made up or Henlopen Conference, Catholic and Non Conference Players while Blue Players were made up of Blue Hen Conference, Diamond State and Independent Conference.

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      From: "Jordan Ozer"
      To: "Jordan Ozer"
      Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 4:19:38 PM
      Subject: Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse to Host Alumni Weekend





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      Contact: Jordan Ozer (office: 732-445-7028; e-mail: jozer@scarletknights.com)
      Twitter: @RUMLax

      Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse to Host Alumni Weekend


      PISCATAWAY, N.J. (September 29, 2014) – This coming weekend the Rutgers’ men’s lacrosse program will welcome back former Scarlet Knight players for an alumni weekend.

      The weekend will begin with an alumni game on Friday night, which will take place at 7 p.m. The game will be held in “The Bubble”, Rutgers’ indoor practice and conditioning facility.


      On Saturday, prior to the football game against Michigan, the team will host an alumni tailgate. The tailgate will begin at 4 p.m. in the Green Parking Lot at High Point Solutions Stadium. Kickoff for the football game is at 7:12 p.m.


      Any alumni interesting in participating in the weekend should contact Theresa Randise (trandise@scarletknights.com ) to RSVP and receive more information.


      Follow Rutgers Athletics on Facebook (www.facebook.com/RutgersAthletics) and Twitter (@RUAthletics) for all of the latest news and updates. For specific updates regarding Rutgers men’s lacrosse, follow the program and Brecht on Twitter (@RUMLax and @RUlaxCoach) and Facebook. Fans can receive timely information, including special offers and giveaways throughout the year on our social media outlets along with www.ScarletKnights.com.




      Jordan Ozer
      Assistant Director of Athletic Communications | Rutgers University 
      Office: 732-445-7028 | Cell: 973-202-9728


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