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from Inside Lacrosse
The Tewaaraton Foundation has extended the due date for applications for the annual Tewaaraton Outstanding Native American Scholarships, presented by US Lacrosse, to April 30, 2014. Awarded to one male and one female student each year, the scholarship honors high school students of Haudenosaunee/Iroquois heritage who exemplify high character, leadership and academics both on and off the lacrosse field. Applicants are asked to submit an essay describing what the sport of lacrosse means to them as a Native American as well as two letters of recommendation and a high school transcript.

from the Iroquois Nationals
The Finland National Team has confirmed they will make their international indoor lacrosse debut at the 2015 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, held at Tsha’Hon’nonyen’dakhwa’ Onondaga Nation Arena near Syracuse, N.Y., and First Niagara Center in Buffalo, N.Y., in September of 2015.

"We are excited to push this forward and see where we stand on the international level," said Finnish Lacrosse Association president Matti Tähkäpää.

from Inside Lacrosse
"When you're a high school team like ours, you want to play the best teams," said Timon coach Mike Burke. "You don't want to spread the level of competition. The worst thing you can do is play a cupcake schedule. … We play an awesome schedule and it's a good opportunity to get out and play the best teams in the country, whether they're from Baltimore, Canada and the midwest, and—if we make it there—Long Island."

from Syracuse Athletics
The honors continue to come in for sophomore Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna) for her performance in Syracuse's victory against North Carolina. Treanor has been named the national player of the week by the Baltimore Sun and by Womenslax.com.

from Hobart Athletics
Boswell Field will host the 100th lacrosse meeting between Hobart College and Syracuse University on Saturday, April 19. The game will be televised by Time Warner Cable Sports Channel and is scheduled to face off at 3:07 p.m.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The Great Danes return to Baltimore on Saturday for an America East matchup, taking on UMBC at UMBC Stadium at 3:30 p.m.

from Inside Lacrosse
"When you're a high school team like ours, you want to play the best teams," said Timon coach Mike Burke. "You don't want to spread the level of competition. The worst thing you can do is play a cupcake schedule. … We play an awesome schedule and it's a good opportunity to get out and play the best teams in the country, whether they're from Baltimore, Canada and the midwest, and—if we make it there—Long Island."

from PressConnects.com
The Empire State Sports Foundation, a Brighton-based nonprofit organization whose aim to revive the popular Olympic-style sports event fueled hope among amateur athletes and media attention across the state, filed papers this month stating its intention to disband.

from Army Athletics
Sixteenth-ranked Army (8-3, 6-1 Patriot League) enters this Friday's final Patriot League regular-season game having already claimed the No. 2 seed and accompanying first-round bye in next week's Patriot League Championships.

from Keuka College Athletics
Senior Connor Latimer (Whitby, Ont./Father Leo J. Austin) scored five goals with one assist and junior James Voigt (Penn Yan) added four goals with two assists as the Keuka College men's lacrosse team stayed hot with a 24-8 win over Medaille College Wednesday night at All High Stadium in Buffalo, N.Y.

from Major League Lacrosse
The Rattlers have high hopes for returning to the playoffs this year for the first time since their disbandment at the end of the 2008 season. They intend to do so with an already established defense, a now-seasoned midfield, and hopefully a shiny, new, reinforced offense, potentially complemented by a few top draft picks.

from the Buffalo News
Hamburg High School boys lacrosse’s started its annual spring road trip down south with an 11-7 victory over Madison High School in Fairfax, Va., on Friday.

from the Buffalo News
Senior attack Derek Andrews of Iroquois tied the Section VI record with 10 assists in the game as the Chiefs defeated Lake Shore, 18-3. Andrews also scored three times in Iroquois’ Class B league opener Wednesday.

from the Democrat & Chronicle
Webster Thomas 17, Hilton 11: Emily Resnick finished with 13 points on seven goals and six assists and Jessica Boddery added seven goals and an assist for Webster Thomas (5-2).

from LaxAllStars.com
Welcome back to The JuCo Report! This season hasn’t seen a ton of video highlights get released… until now. Today we’ve got your standard issue content like the NJCAA Top 10, Recent Scores, and In The News, but you’ve also got some serious video action. Enjoy!
Wednesday April 16, 2014 1:15PM
from the Buffalo News
Greg White (a Le Moyne commit) scored his second goal of the game a minute into overtime to give Nichols a 10-9 lacrosse win at Niagara Wheatfield.

from Cornell Athletics
The Cornell women's lacrosse team will take on Yale in a critical Ivy League match-up Saturday on Schoellkopf Field at 3 p.m. The Big Red (6-7, 3-2 Ivy) will be wearing pink uniforms against the Bulldogs (8-6, 2-3 Ivy) for its annual Pink game to show support for breast cancer awareness.

from Lacrosse Magazine
Shawn Wilkins stalked the RIT locker room at the conclusion of the Tigers' narrow, 8-7 victory over Liberty League rival Union. The offensive coordinator was, in his own way, letting the players know of his displeasure at their performance.

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from Syracuse.com
The OCC men's lacrosse team completed another perfect regular season with a 30-2 win over Herkimer County Community College on Wednesday.

from The Daily Orange
Just four days after what some called his breakthrough game, Randy Staats’ next act was a disappearing one. Staats’ nine-point show at Cornell led Syracuse to an upset on April 8, but also warned North Carolina who it had to target on the SU attack.

from Colgate Athletics
The Raiders erased a two-goal halftime deficit with six goals in the final 30 minutes to beat Binghamton in a 10-8 win on Wednesday. Colgate (7-7) is back to .500 with the win and have won three-straight. The Raiders are a perfect 7-0 when scoring at least 10 goals in a game.

from St. Lawrence Athletics
The St. Lawrence University men's lacrosse team outscored SUNY Potsdam 5-0 in the third quarter on Wednesday, surging past the Bears for a 10-5 victory in Potsdam, NY. The Saints, who scored nine straight goals after trailing 4-1, were led by Charlie Duprey and Conor Healey, who each scored two goals and added two assists.

from ILIndoor.com
This weekend is the first weekend of extra lacrosse in the regular season of the National Lacrosse League and as luck would have it, there are a couple of big games to keep your eyes on.

from Hartwick Athletics
13 Hawks got into the scoring column as the Hartwick men's lacrosse team snapped its four game winless streak with a 22-4 rout of Houghton on Wednesday afternoon at Burke Field. 'Wick scored eight straight times in the first quarter on its way to the lopsided victory.

from PressConnects.com
Andrea Zlinsky recorded a game-high seven points (six goals, one assist) to help the Owego girls lacrosse team hand Maine-Endwell its first loss of the season, 11-6, in Wednesday’s Section 4 contest.

from Uitca College Athletics
The Utica College women's lacrosse team downed host Morrisville State College 16-10 Wednesday afternoon in non-conference action. With the win, the Pioneers move to 9-4 on the year and tie the program record for wins in a single season.

from St. Lawrence Athletics
St. Lawrence University's Caroline Bailey tallied a season-high five points on three goals and two assists, while Addie Cunningham turned in a 12-save performance to lead the Saints' women's lacrosse team past Clarkson University 10-8 in Potsdam, NY on Wednesday afternoon.

from SUNY Oswego Athletics
The Oswego State men's lacrosse team opened its Senior Day game on an 11-0 run and never looked back, cruising past the visiting SUNY Canton Kangaroos 21-6 on the South Athletic Field. With the win, the Lakers move to .500 at 6-6 while Canton drops to 3-7 on the year.

from SUNY Canton Athletics
The women's lacrosse team continued to roll on all cylinders as it opened up a 7-0 lead en route to a 15-5 victory Wednesday afternoon on the campus of SUNY Canton. With the win the Roos (8-4) extend their program best win streak to six games.

from SUNY Oneonta Athletics
The SUNY Oneonta women's lacrosse team had to wait one day, but the wait was worth it, as they defeated SUNY New Paltz 23-14. The Red Dragons scored 14 goals in the second half, as they ran away from the Hawks to lift its record to 9-5 overall and 4-2 in the SUNYAC. The Hawks fall to 4-6 overall and 1-4 in conference play.

from The Daily Messenger
Victor girls lacrosse goalie Liz Nussbaum made a huge save in the final 10 seconds to secure a 10-9 win over host Shenendehowa on Wednesday.

from the Times-Union
Kyle Marr scored four times as Shenendehowa routed Colonie 17-4 in a Suburban Council boys' lacrosse game on Wednesday.

from the Times-Union
The Harvard-bound midfielder scored twice in the final 40 seconds of regulation to force overtime and tallied the game-winning goal with 38 seconds left in the second three-minute extra period to lift Shaker to a 12-11 win at Siena College.

from The Troy Record
Shaker boys lacrosse coach Shawn Hennessey said his seniors need to keep playing well for the team to continue winning games.

from Le Moyne Athletics
Second-ranked Adelphi University scored 10 unanswered goals in the second half en route to a 16-6 win over the 10t-ranked Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team on Wednesday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action at Motamed Field.

from Inside Lacrosse
Followers of Division III lacrosse in upstate New York had to be scratching their heads when they looked at an out-of-conference weekend scheduled by Cortland and Nazareth. Cortland, from the SUNYAC, and Nazareth, from the Empire 8, decided to travel to Baltimore on March 21-22 to face top-10 teams Stevenson and Lynchburg on consecutive days.

from SportsFive.net
Seven ties were seen in a closely contested game as Churchville-Chili (3-1) defeated Webster Thomas 12-11 in overtime. On the road, Penfield beat Eastport/South Manor (Section 11) 10-6. In the third game, Hilton defeated Gates Chili.

from the Watertown Daily Times
Stephanie Green accounted for five goals and two assists to help power South Jefferson girls lacrosse team to a 15-5 nonleague victory over W.T. Woodson of Fairfax, Va., at the Disney Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla.

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from Syracuse.com
Poor field conditions at LaFayette High School have sent Thurdsay's boys lacrosse matchup between the Lancers and the state-ranked No. 1 Cazenovia Lakers to the turf at Onondaga Community College.

from Guilderland Lacrosse
We are still in need of teams for our Guilderland Youth Lacrosse Armed Forces Day Jamboree. GYL (through monies raised at the Jamboree) is a Proud Supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project.

from Inside Lacrosse
Inside Lacrosse Magazine's John Jiloty talks with Syracuse attack men Randy Staats, Kevin Rice and Dylan Donahue live via Google+ Hangout.

from SUNY Oswego Athletics
The Oswego State women's lacrosse team improved to 9-3 on the season and to 2-2 in the SUNYAC with a 13-6 win over Potsdam. With the win, Oswego moves into fifth position in the conference. The top five teams will earn berths into the conference tournament.

from Syracuse.com
Here's something to get you going -- defending Class C state champion Cazenovia is our No. 1 team in an initial boys lacrosse poll as chosen by syracuse.com and The Post-Standard.

from Syracuse.com
Unbeaten West Genesee tops our first CNY girls lacrosse poll of the season. The Wildcats are 6-0 and appear to be the team to beat in Class A, although Class C Skaneateles, also 6-0, might have something to say about that on Saturday night.

from Le Moyne Athletics
Sophomore attackman Mike Jenkins (Shenendehowa) recorded six points in the first half to lead the Le Moyne College men's lacrosse team to a 16-4 win over The College of Saint Rose on Wednesday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action at Sullivan Field.

from St. John Fisher Athletics
Senior Jeff Wester (Livonia) set the Fisher record for assists in game with eight and tallied nine points (one shy of the College's single-game point mark). The senior broke the old mark of seven, set in 2011 by Connor Henderson and in 2007 by Dave Malone.

from RIT Athletics
The No. 1 RIT (14-0, 4-0 Liberty League) men's lacrosse team had a battle on its hands Wednesday afternoon, holding on to beat No. 9 Union College (10-2, 3-1 Liberty League) 8-7 in a match-up for first place in the Liberty League at RIT's Turf Field. The Tigers have now won 25 straight games at home dating back to the 2012 season.

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
For the second week in a row, SUNY Potsdam senior lacrosse player Ryan Duffy (Liverpool) has earned the title of Corvias ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Defensive Player of the Week. The honor comes on the heels of the goalie's fourth SUNYAC Goalie of the Week award.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
#19/18 University at Albany women’s lacrosse (11-2, 2-1 AE) won its final home nonconference game on Wednesday afternoon by a score of 18-4 against Columbia (3-8, 0-5 Ivy). Maureen Keggins (Watertown) led the Great Danes with six points (2g, 4a).

from Cornell Athletics
The No. 12 Cornell men's lacrosse team will look to end a three-game skid and honor the eight-member class of 2014 when it welcomes Brown to Schollkopf Field on Saturday, April 19 for its Senior Day contest at noon. The Big Red is tied with Harvard atop the Ivy League standings and enters the final two weekends of conference play with a pair of crucial contests, beginning with the Bears.

from Colgate Athletics
Both lacrosse squads have already clinch Patriot League Tournament berths, but face big games this weekend.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The nationally seventh-ranked Cortland men's lacrosse team built a 7-2 halftime lead and held off Nazareth in the fourth quarter for a 12-9 win in non-conference action Wednesday afternoon in a game postponed a day due to inclement weather. The Red Dragons improved to 11-3 with their sixth straight win, while the Golden Flyers fell to 6-8.

from Niagara Athletics
Junior Brittany Delano (Lancaster) scored the go-ahead goal with 8:05 left in regulation to propel the Niagara Purple Eagles women's lacrosse team to a 9-8 victory over the Siena Saints on Wednesday. With the win, Niagara improves to 6-7 (2-3 MAAC), while the Saints fall to 3-11 (1-4 MAAC).

from the Rochester Knighthawks
At the Rochester Knighthawks’ regular season home finale against the Buffalo Bandits on Saturday, fans will once again have the opportunity to support Tucker Williams, the son of former Knighthawk Shawn Williams. Tucker was diagnosed with Stage III Burkitt’s Lymphoma in January. At their game versus the Bandits on February 8th, the Knighthawks sold “Braver than Brave” shirts to support the Williams family.

from MPNnow.com
Captain Bailey Knapton was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week on April 7. It is Knapton's first conference award this season and second of her career.

from SportsFive.net
This week`s Player of the Week award winner are Marcus Whitman senior goalie Merritt Bailey and Spencerport sophomore attackman Colin McElligot. The players were selected from nominations submitted last week.

from Marist Athletics
The Marist women’s lacrosse team (11-2, 5-0 MAAC) clinched a spot in the 2014 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Tournament on Wednesday afternoon with a 13-8 rout of Manhattan.
Wednesday April 16, 2014 10:30AM
from SUNY Albany Athletics

from RPI Athletics
Freshman Breanainn McNeally scored five times with an assist to lead the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) men's lacrosse team to an 11-10 win at Plattsburgh State in a rain-soaked non-conference game Tuesday afternoon at the Field House Turf Complex.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The No. 19/18 University at Albany women’s lacrosse team (10-2, 2-1 AE) closes out its regular season home slate with a mid-week nonconference game against Columbia (3-7, 0-5 Ivy League), on Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.

from The Daily Orange
“I’m not even sure what position he played in college because he has so much knowledge on everything,” Lamolinara said. “I’ve never been on a team in any sport where a coach is that knowledgeable.”

from The Eagle News Online
Yes, it was cold, raw and windy again, and yes, Cicero-North Syracuse stood on the opposing side, providing a serious challenge. But this time around, the West Genesee girls lacrosse team got the best of it, prevailing 10-7 over the Northstars in a key early-season showdown Tuesday night at Wildcat Stadium.

from Syracuse.com
Last night in Camillus, parents and fans sat bundled in their warmest winter wrappings as the girls lacrosse teams from West Genesee and Cicero-North Syracuse put on a pretty good show considering the gusting winds and temperatures around 30 degrees. And yes, there were snow flurries as well. (Photos)

from The Niagara Gazette
Early in 2013, it looked as if the Niagara-Wheatfield boys lacrosse team, coming off a sectional title two seasons prior and a runner-up finish in 2012, was going to take a year off from making another deep playoff run.

from RecordOnline.com
Don't be surprised when Army's Connor Cook gets lost in a snarl of lacrosse traffic because he likes it that way. Cook has heard the comments for years about how he's too short to be a good player in Division I lacrosse, and yet the 5-foot-5 attackman seems especially pleased to defy his detractors and prove himself worthy among players of taller stature.

from The Saratogian
The Ballston Spa boys lacrosse team kept was down just two goals at the break, but four tallies by Bullis school out of Maryland in the third quarter doomed the Scotties in a 9-4 non-league loss on Monday.

from The Daily Gazette
James Schnepf made a lot of saves in the rain Tuesday afternoon. Some were of the ordinary variety. Some looked like they hurt. Some were spectacular.

from The Post Star
Queensbury boys lacrosse player Ben Willows made one of the area’s earliest commitments in the fall, when the junior verbally accepted a partial scholarship offer from Division II Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. He’s just as sure now as he was then.

from PressConnects.com
Josh Bradford scored three fourth-quarter goals, helping Johnson City boys lacrosse hand visiting Chenango Forks its first loss, 13-11 in Section 4 play on Tuesday.

from SportsFive.net
Section Five lost two out of Section games today as Penn Yan lost a close one to Lakeland/Panas (11-10) and Irondequoit lost to Ithaca.

from Dave Rahme / Inside Lacrosse
If the 100th meeting between the Syracuse and Hobart lacrosse teams is anything like the 99th or the 98th the No. 4 Orange will face a firestorm of emotion at 3 p.m. Saturday in Geneva . . .
“When you look at the Hobart-Syracuse game I think you can throw the records right out the window because it’s always been a very competitive game,” SU coach John Desko said. “They always play well against Syracuse.”

from Major League Lacrosse
Living Essentials, the distributor of 5-hour ENERGY® shots, announced today it will sponsor professional lacrosse player, New York Lizards’ attackman and 2013 Tewaaraton Award winner Rob Pannell.

from PressConnects.com
Senior Charlie Estill scored five goals and added three assists to lead the Ithaca High boys’ lacrosse team to an 11-5 victory over Irondequoit in non-conference play Tuesday at Moresco Stadium. (Photos)

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from Syracuse.com
Senior Katie Webster (CBA-Syracuse) dished out a career-high three assists and finished with a season-high four points to lead No. 1/2 Syracuse to a 7-5 victory at Cornell on Tuesday, April 15. The win extends the Orange's winning streak to eight games and improves its record to 14-1.

from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
Binghamton (6-6, 3-0 AE) outscored visiting Canisius (6-6, 3-2 MAAC) 3-0 in the fourth quarter and capped off a dominant defensive performance in their 9-5 win on Tuesday evening from the Bearcats Sports Complex. BU allowed a season-low five goals on Tuesday and freshman Tyler Deluca headlined the offense with a career-high three-goal performance.

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse head coach John Desko previews the Orange's game at Hobart on Saturday April 19, 2014 at 3:00.

from Marist Athletics
Senior captain Tierney Larson (Fairfield, Conn.) has been named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) women’s lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday. This is Larson’s first conference player of the week honor this season and second of her career.

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse sophomore Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna) is the week's Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Women's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, while senior Natalie Glanell is the league's Defensive Player of the Week. It marks the first time this season that the Orange has swept the weekly awards. Both were honored for their performances in Syracuse's 12-9 victory against top-ranked North Carolina.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Cortland's men's lacrosse game at Nazareth College on Tuesday, April 15, has been postponed due to the weather. The teams will play on Wednesday, April 16, at 3:30 p.m. at Nazareth.

from Utica College Athletics
The Utica College men's lacrosse team returns home Wednesday as it welcomes Stevens Institute of Technology for a critical Empire 8 Conference contest. The opening face off is scheduled for 4 p.m.

from the Salamanca Press
After going 10-5 in coach Miah Bova’ first year, the Salamanca lacrosse team started in similarly high-scoring fashion. The Warriors (2-0) took a 26-7 season-opener over Gowanda and a 20-14 win over Akron, for a 23.0 average, the top mark in Western New York, according to LaxPower.com through Monday.

from RIT Athletics
The No. 1 RIT men's lacrosse team will face conference rival, ninth-ranked Union College in a Liberty League showdown Wednesday, April 16 at 4 p.m. on RIT's Turf Field.

from Syracuse.com
We're assuming that the heavy rain and expected snow will wipe out all of today's scheduled high school baseball, softball, golf, tennis and track & field contests. But a number of schools are also moving lacrosse games off of today's calendar. Here's a list of what lacrosse changes we have so far (but please check on your school's website to confirm games today):

from Finger Lakes Times
The Keuka College men’s lacrosse team kept marching along Monday, rolling over Wells 22-6 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference contest. The Storm (9-0, 5-0) stretched its overall winning streak to 21.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
Rochester Knighthawks forward Cory Vitarelli, otherwise known as “dog,” has rightfully begun making a name for himself not only for the Knighthawks but also in the National Lacrosse League that can be explained in one word—talent.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The Buffalo Bandits embarked on the first leg of another three-game road trip looking to snap their recent winless skid. A five-goal second quarter for the Minnesota Swarm was the driving force behind a 10-9 victory that handed the Bandits their fifth straight loss.
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from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
Tonight's SUNY Potsdam mens' lacrosse game against St. Lawrence University at Maxcy Turf Field at 7 p.m. has been postponed. The game will now be played at the same time to tomorrow night, April 16, 2014.

Section 3 Boys: RFA @ F-M Postponed
from F-M Athletics
New Date for Boys: RFA at F-M: Saturday, 4/19/2014 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Facility: FMHS Field HS 1

from Syracuse Athletics
The Syracuse duo of junior attackman Kevin Rice (Skaneateles) and redshirt sophomore defenseman Brandon Mullins swept the weekly Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse awards on Tuesday, April 15. Rice was named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week and Mullins was tabbed the ACC Defensive Player of the Week for their performances in SU's victories over Cornell and North Carolina.

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from Lake Placid Lacrosse
Lake Placid Lacrosse is hosting more than 245 teams playing in 18 divisions of competition during the 25th Annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic, August 4-10. As part of this celebration, Lake Placid Lacrosse is standing behind Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) to promote awareness of WWP’s mission and to help raise funds to assist this generation of servicemen and women who were injured while serving our country. A series of special events will be incorporated into the week-long tournament as part of the Legends of Placid Lacrosse celebration of the event’s first twenty-five years in Lake Placid.

from Lax.com
In a meeting of two of the nations most historic rivals, the Army Black Knights lacrosse team hosted the Navy Midshipmen at Michie Stadium in West Point, NY. Led by a career high six points from Connor Cook, Army defeated Navy 14-7 for their sixth consecutive win over the Midshipmen.

from NYS Sportswriters Association
Top Upstate schools: Class A - #3 Pittsford(5); Class B - #5 Victor(5); Class C - #1 Cazenovia(3)

from The Daily Orange
Derek Maltz’s high school career was ending. Dylan Maltz’s was just beginning. The only thing either of them could do was stand at midfield and cry.

from the Eagle News Online
Twice in the span of a week, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team had to encounter two key opponents from its 2013 run to the state Class A championship game, and could not win on either occasion.

from In Lacrosse We Trust
One of the bright spots for Syracuse was the play at the face-off X, where they took the vast majority of wins helping them to get back into the game. “I think we played well, it just took us a little bit to get into it and in the second half we had it,” said Stingers defenseman Michael Whalen.

from LaxPower
Weekly and cumulative listings of the players of the week for the 2014 season awarded by the conferences in men's and women's Division I are available. To view the listings, visit the 2014 Weekly Conference Honors page.

from LaxPower
See the complete list of rankings at LaxBytes.com, which also has detailed information about how they are derived. The data and rankings are by Larry Feldman, who founded LaxPower.

from PressConnects.com
Emily Russin scored two goals in the game’s final 25 seconds as the Johnson City girls lacrosse team rallied for a 12-11 win over visiting Seton Catholic Central on Monday in a Section 4 Conference game.

from SUNY Oswego Athletics
The Oswego State men's lacrosse team proved to be too much for the visiting Elmira College Soaring Eagles with a 20-11 win in a rain-soaked contest on Monday at the South Athletic Field. Oswego's season mark improves to 5-6 with the victory while Elmira dropped to 2-8.

from Canisius Athletics
The Canisius College men’s lacrosse team begins a two-game break from conference play with a road trip to face Binghamton. The two New York schools are set to meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

from Syracuse Athletics
#1/2 Syracusegoes for its eighth consecutive victory when it travels to Ithaca, N.Y. to face Cornell on Tuesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on WJPZ 89.1FM in the Syracuse area. Fans can also listen to the broadcast on CuseTV on Cuse.com. Subscriptions to CuseTV are available at daily, monthly and yearly rates.

from Niagara Athletics
The Niagara women's lacrosse team will take on Siena in a Metro Atlantic Athletic match-up on Wednesday, Apri. 16 at 3 p.m. Niagara Field. Live stats and video for Wednesday's game can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate links on the women's lacrosse schedule at www.purpleeagles.com.

from Pressbox Online
Sometime this spring, Loyola senior defenseman Joe Fletcher (West Genesee) will play his final collegiate game. And whether the end comes with a second national title or sometime before the championship game, Fletcher will depart as one of the greatest Greyhounds of all time.

from UMass Athletics
Katie Ferris (Carthage) of Massachusetts has been named the Atlantic 10 Conference Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week, while La Salle's Gabby Antonelli and Toni Massetti have been named the A-10 Defensive Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week, respectively. The trio was recognized for games played April 7 - April 13.

from TimesUnion.com
The Niskayuna boys' lacrosse team jumped from Class B to Class A this season and is out to a 4-1 start overall and 4-0 in Suburban Council play.

from The Daily Gazette
Taylor Stafford found the net four times, and Nicole Beardsley contributed three goals and four assists to lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake to an 11-8 win over Rye in a girls’ non-league lacrosse match Monday.

from The Post Star
Lauren Vetter scored seven goals for the Bulldogs in their Foothills Council win over Schuylerville, 15-9, on Monday.

from the Democrat & Chronicle
Rachel Ryan recorded four goals and four assists to lead Hilton to a 12-9 victory over Fairport on Monday in Monroe County girls lacrosse.

from SportsFive.net
McQuaid Jesuit had a game planned with Battlefield (PA) for tomorrow, but the game was moved up with the threat of bad weather. The knights won that game 9-7. We received the score from Penfield who lost a close 8-5 game with West Islip (Long Island). The Lions won the NYS Championship in 2012.
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from Hobart Athletics
The Northeast Conference selected Hobart College senior attackman Cam Stone (Jamesville-DeWitt) as its Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week. The Syracuse native became the Statesmen's Division I career leader in assists while guiding Hobart to a 15-6 NEC win at Wagner College on Friday.

from Canisius Athletics
Senior midfielder Maria Kotas (Lancaster) has been named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week, the league announced on Monday.

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
For the fourth time in six weeks, SUNY Potsdam senior lacrosse player Ryan Duffy (Liverpool) has been named the State University of New York Athletic Conference's Goalie of the Week.

from Cornell Athletics
The Cornell women's lacrosse team will take on No. 1 Syracuse in the Big Red's last non-conference match-up of the season on Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Big Red (6-6, 3-2 Ivy) looks to get its first win over a top-20 team this season against the Orange (13-1, 5-1 ACC).

from Elmira College Athletics
After leading the Elmira College men's lacrosse team to its first Empire 8 Conference victory in three years, David Evert '14 (Niagara Wheatfield) has been named the Empire 8 Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week.

from Lacrosse Magazine
A couple of hours after Ithaca downed Nazareth to improve to 10-3 and take over sole possession of first place in the Empire 8, Bombers head coach Jeff Long was asked about what his approach to the NCAA tournament will be with his team going forward. His answer was straight out of 2009.

from Le Moyne Athletics
Le Moyne College senior midfielder Andrew Chadderdon (Auburn) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference men's lacrosse Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon.

from RPI Athletics
The Liberty League has announced its weekly award winners in women's lacrosse and two Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) student-athletes have been recognized. Meg Colitz and Erin Amarello were named Offensive and Defensive Performer of the Week, respectively, after helping the Engineers extend their winning streak to seven games.

from Ithaca College Athletics
Ithaca College sophomore Scott Sidnam (West Genesee) picked up a pair of Empire 8 wins between the pipes last week to lead the 11th-ranked men's lacrosse team to the top of the conference standings. He earned Empire 8 Goalie of the Week honors announced Monday.

from Syracuse.com
West Genesee and Skaneateles have the two highest nationally ranked high school girls lacrosse teams in Section III. And the Wildcats and Lakers play one another on Saturday.

from Syracuse.com
The East Syracuse Minoa High School boys lacrosse team used its 11-10 victory over Jamesville-DeWitt last week to catapult the Spartans into the national rankings.

from Keuka Athletics
All 13 student-athletes who played in the field scored a goal to power the Keuka College women's lacrosse team to a 20-1 win over Wilson (Pa.) College Sunday on Senior Day at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex.

from Keuka Athletics
Senior Taylor Smith (Webster Schroeder) dominated on both ends of the field as the Keuka College women's lacrosse team remained unbeaten in North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) play.

from Lacrosse Magazine
In the human world, the consensus is that Loyola is the No. 1 team in the land. But the RPI and LaxPower computer rankings (and Quint Kessenich) see things far differently, landing Duke at No. 1 and Loyola far down the table, handing Duke the composite ranking top spot this week.

from IWLCA.org
#1 Syracuse; #10 Le Moyne; #2 Cortland

from ILGear.com
. . . the time is right to let the Saints get the spotlight in the IL Gear Zone. Siena's outfitted this season in a whole bunch of custom gear and apparel from Under Armour, including items from the Charge line, and is wearing helmets from Cascade.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
Rochester Knighthawks Playoff Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, April 15th at 11:00 a.m. at ticketmaster.com. The Knighthawks, who clinched the East Division regular season title, will host Game 2 of the East Division Finals on Saturday, May 17th at 7:30 p.m. at The Blue Cross Arena. - See more at: http://www.knighthawks.net/node/4537#sthash.bceBUmtL.dpuf

from US Lacrosse
Team registration at uslacrosse.org for the boys’ and girls’ U13 and U15 US Lacrosse Regional Championships, powered by Lacrosse Unlimited, will end May 1, US Lacrosse has announced.

from TopLaxRecruits.com
Why did you choose the school? “Syracuse is a great fit for me as a student athlete. The coaching staff helps their players to reach their fullest potential both academically and athletically. Syracuse University has a great campus that has so much to offer its students to become successful and have a great college experience.”


NY High School Results
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Thursday - Girls

From Syracuse.com: Boys | Girls

SportsFive.net: Section 5 Boys

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