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NCAA Lacrosse: USC Women’s Lacrosse (7-9) Travels To San Diego State (8-7) For Final Regular Season Game On April 27; Winner Gets Final Berth In MPSF Tournament At Pape Field (OR) On May 3-5
NCAA Div I Men’s Lacrosse Tournament First-Round Features #1 Loyola Vs Canisius, #2 Johns Hopkins Vs Stony Brook, #3 Duke Vs Syracuse And #4 Notre Dame Vs Yale On May 12-13
NCAA Division I Men’s Tournament First-Round Games
Saturday, May 12 (All times Eastern)
Syracuse (9-7) at No. 3 Duke (13-4), Noon
Colgate (13-3) at No. 6 UMass (15-0), 2:30 p.m.
Canisius (6-7) at No. 1 Loyola (14-1), 5 p.m.
Denver (8-6) at No. 8 North Carolina (11-5), 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 13
Princeton (11-4) at No. 5 Virginia, 1 p.m.
Stony Brook (7-9) at No. 2 Johns Hopkins (11-3), 3 p.m.
Yale (11-4) at No. 4 Notre Dame (11-2), 5:15 p.m.
Maryland (9-5) at No. 7 Lehigh (14-2), 7:30 p.m.
NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse 12-7 Victory Over Cornell In The 2010 NCAA Lacrosse Semi-Finals (Video)
Highlights from Notre Dame NCAA 2010 Championship run.
NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Men’s Lacrosse (11-2) Faces Ohio State In ECAC Lacrosse Semifinal On May 5 At Peter Barton Stadium
2010 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic Underclassmen Tournament Features A 235 Player Field From 20 States
Corrigan Sports Enterprises and Under Armour, Inc. announced today the 24-player roster of the Midwest boys who will represent the region at the 2010 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic Underclassmen Tournament. The two-day tryouts attracted 235 players from 20 states.
The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Upstate New York, and Washington, D.C. The event will take place July 3rd and 4th at Johnny Unitas Stadium on the campus of Towson University in Towson, Md. Over the two days, the teams will battle in an eight-team pool play tournament. The weekend is capped off on Sunday at 3:30pm where the winner of each pool will face off for the Under Armour Underclassmen Championship.
This year marks the second consecutive year teams from eight regions from across the U.S. will travel to Towson. Last year the Long Island Boys and Baltimore girls captured their respective tournament crowns. The Under Armour Underclassmen Tournament is part of the Under Armour All-America games that feature 44 of the very best 2010 senior class boys and girls from around the country — squaring off against each other in a North vs. South format.
The Midwest boys team will be coached by AJ Auld (Dublin Jerome High School). Auld said, “This group is much younger and less ‘big name’ driven than the 2009 Midwest team so we will rely on strong goalkeeping lead by Virginia bound Rhody Heller and Michael Nugent to keep us in games while we get accustom to playing with one another.”
Only players from the graduating classes of 2011-2013 are eligible for the Underclassmen Tournament.
Name Position High School Graduating Class Hometown
Christian Beith Attack/Midfield Dublin Jerome 2012 Dublin, OH
Ryan Borcherding Midfield Dublin Coffman 2011 Dublin, OH
Evan Bowdy Attack Millbrook 2011 Dublin, OH
Connor Buczek Attack St. Xavier 2011 Amelia, OH
Cooper Charlton Defense Hudson 2011 Hudson, OH
Jordan Cunningham Defense Lovett 2012 Atlanta, GA
Wes Faulkenberry LSM/Defense Dublin Jerome 2011 Dublin, OH
Dillion Giorgis Midfield Western Reserve Academy 2011 Avon, OH
Bobby Gray Attack St. Ignatius 2011 San Rafael, CA
Rhody Heller Goalie Regis Jesuit 2011 Denver, CO
Leo Horine Attack Dublin Jerome 2011 Dublin, OH
Derrick Kihembo Midfield Sycamore 2012 Cincinnati, OH
Rick Lewis Midfield St. Pius X 2011 Cumming, GA
Brad Lott Midfield Trinity 2012 Louisville, KY
JW McGovern Attack St Ignatius 2012 San Francisco, CA
Kyle Moses Defense Olentangy 2011 Lewis Center, OH
Connor Mullen Attack Christian Brothers 2011 Chesterfield, MO
Adam Narwicz Attack Upper Arlington 2011 Upper Arlington, OH
Sean Nugent Defense St Ignatius 2011 Rocky River, OH
Michael Nugent Goalie Milton 2011 Milton, GA
Tanner Ottenbreit LSM/Defense Regis Jesuit 2011 Parker, CO
Patrick Rhea Midfield Louisville Collegiate 2011 Louisville, KY
Cam Williams Attack Upper Arlington 2011 Columbus, OH
Zachary Wood Attack/Midfield Metea Valley 2012 Aurora, IL1
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Committee Acknowledges A Responsibility To Take Lacrosse West By Holding First Round Or Quarterfinals In Denver, Southern California Or Texas In Near Future
“The men’s lacrosse committee is committed to the grassroots effort in terms of growing the game,” Jarnecke said. “We know we have a responsibility to the game of lacrosse to take that west of the Mississippi — to Denver, to Southern California, to Texas and all these other pockets that are growing. Does that mean we take the championship there? Maybe not in the next five years. But does that mean we start looking at the first round, or a quarterfinal round?
But there is also a delicate balancing act, Jarnecke acknowledged, that the governing body feels it has to attempt to grow the sport. Speculation within the sport has grown in recent years that the NCAA might hold the final four somewhere such as Colorado, California or the Pacific Northwest — areas of the country where the game is growing the fastest.
The men’s championships are returning to Baltimore next season, and then they’ll go back to Foxborough for 2012. But for 2013 and 2014, the site has yet to be determined, and there are plenty of people who feel it should return to Baltimore and stay there.
Baltimore is one of five cities believed to be bidding for the right to host the championship those years, although the NCAA doesn’t discuss the official bids. The Greater Washington Sports Alliance has stated publicly that it is hoping to host the event at FedEx Field, which would be the farthest south it has gone. And Gillette Stadium in Foxborough and Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia are also likely to be interested. The announcement is expected to come in July.
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse: Maryland Men’s Lacrosse (12-4) Head Coach Dave Cottle Resigns After 7-5 Loss To Notre Dame As Pressure To Win At Major Programs Increases
“The number that counts at schools like Virginia and Hopkins and Maryland is the No. 1,” Starsia said Sunday after his top-seeded Cavaliers edged No. 8 seed Stony Brook in a NCAA Tournament quarterfinal. “You have to be No. 1 once in a while.
“…I’m sure Maryland’s a little frustrated. They haven’t held the trophy at the end of the tournament oin a while. But I will say this: whoever is going to be the coach at Maryland is going to have a hard time because none of us are going to lay down for him.”
It goes without saying that Maryland’s 7-5 loss to unseeded Notre Dame in a NCAA Tournament quarterfinal likely doomed coach Dave Cottle from getting a new contract from the school.
The university and the program’s backers have hungered for a national championship to return to College Park for the first time since 1975, and Cottle annually welcomed recruiting classes ranked among the top five in the country.
Just by the numbers, Cottle achieved considerable success since joining the Terps from Loyola prior to the 2002 season. The team went to eight consecutive NCAA Tournaments – the second-longest active streak behind Johns Hopkins’ streak of 39 – and three Final Fours.
Western NCAA Women’s Lacrosse: Stanford Women’s Lacrosse (15-6) Has Successful Season End With 9-8 First Round Loss To #5 James Madison
at the postgame NCAA press conference. “We were unable to sustain that energy the whole game.”
A thrilling season for the Stanford women’s lacrosse team came to an end on Saturday in Harrisonburg, Va. as the Cardinal (15-6) lost 9-8 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to No. 5 seed James Madison (17-2).
Junior midfielder Leslie Foard led the Card with three goals, while teammate sophomore Catherine Swanson tallied two of her own. Junior goalie Annie Read also recorded seven saves in the losing effort. Stanford outshot the Dukes 26-24, but was unable to come away with the win as a goal by JMU freshman attacker Casey Ancarrow gave the Dukes the lead with 11:35 left and ended up being the game-winner.
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Profile: Army Men’s Lacrosse Jr. Goalie Tom Palesky (Plano HS, TX) Made 13 Saves In Black Knights 9-8 Victory Over Syracuse In NCAA 1st Round Match
“…over the weekend, Army defeated two-time defending champion Syracuse, 9-8, in the first round of the NCAA Division I lacrosse championships…”
Tom Palesky, a junior who is a graduate of Plano High School, made 13 saves in the match as he helped the Black Knights pull off the surprising victory.
A brief summary of Palesky’s career was written Ken McMillan of the Times Herald-Record before the match..
Here is an excerpt:
Palesky topped off at 6-foot-5 by the time he arrived at West Point. Coach Mike Murphy immediately set out to smooth over the rough edges, and Palesky had a year to get settled in while current Team USA goalie Tim Fullerton closed out his Army career.”The trick is to cover as much of the cage, with as little movement as possible,” Palesky said.
Palesky is certainly getting the job done in nets. He ranks 16th in the nation in save percentage (.561) and 21st in goals against (9.16), although both of those numbers are a step below what he did as a sophomore starter (8.89 and .591). He has helped Army to seven consecutive victories, a 10-5 record and a championship in the Patriot League tournament, for which he was named most valuable player. The Plano, Texas, resident was named second-team all-league.
“Palesky has had a very solid year for us,” Army coach Joe Alberici said. “He has given us winning goaltending, even in games we lost – that’s all you can ask of your man.”
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Highlights: Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse Defeated Denver 9-7 In First Round And Had Two Spectacular Goals From Middies Tom Compitello And Kevin Crowley (Video)
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse Team has the #5 and #1 play in ESPN’s Top 10 Plays