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from Syracuse.com
Beware the South Jefferson Spartans boys lacrosse team.

After falling in their opener to Westhill by two goals, the Spartans showed Wednesday that score was no fluke. In a noon contest at Carthage, they took down the North Country's long-time power 14-4. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
The Lakers, who claimed the Class C state title last spring, beat Webster Thomas 18-11 on Tuesday after outscoring the Titans 11-5 in the second half. | Box Score

from The Saratogian
Kelsey Allen is entering her second year as head coach of the Saratoga Springs girls lacrosse team with something she didn’t have last season, an abundance of senior talent.

from PostStar.com
Queensbury outscored Schenectady 11-3 in the second half to defeat the Patriots 12-5 in a non-league boys lacrosse game Tuesday.

from SUNY Cortland Atletics
Nine different players scored at least one goal as the nationally fifth-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team posted a 19-5 win over Potsdam in SUNYAC action Tuesday afternoon. The Red Dragons improved to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference, while the Bears fell to 1-7 and 0-2.

from Le Moyne Athletics
Only six days after eclipsing the previous record, junior attacker Maggie Monnat (Baldwinsville) dished out a program record 10 assists to lead the fifth-ranked Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team to a 20-1 win over American International College on Tuesday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action at Ted Grant Field. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Le Moyne College junior attacker Maggie Monnat (Baldwinsville) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference women's lacrosse Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Tuesday afternoon.

from SUNY Fredonia Athletics
The Fredonia women's lacrosse team did enough to justify their national ranking on Tuesday, defeating Brockport on the road, 11-8. | Box Score

from Clarkson Athletics
A strong fourth quarter helped the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team defeat local rivals SUNY Potsdam 8-4 on Tuesday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field. | Box Score

from SUNY Oswego Athletics
The Oswego State men's lacrosse team used a first-half offensive explosion to cruise to a 16-6 victory over Elmira College on Tuesday afternoon at Corning Community College. With the win, the Lakers moved back over .500 (4-3) while the Soaring Eagles drop to 1-5. | Box Score

from SUNY Albany Athletics
With an undefeated 2-0 record in conference play, No. 19/18 University at Albany women’s lacrosse hosts Vermont (8-3, 1-0 AE) at John Fallon Field on Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.

from Syracuse.com
Syracuse lacrosse attack Randy Staats is getting closer to returning to the field. The senior has missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury and is unlikely to play Thursday night against No. 9 Albany.

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
A day after being named SUNYAC Player of the Week, SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse player Eric Soderquist (Watertown) has been named the Corvias ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Rookie of the Week.

from SUNY Oneonta Athletics
The SUNY Oneonta women's lacrosse team stepped on a chilly All College Field with an eye on building off Saturday's solid win at Oswego. The Red and White did just that as they overpowered in-town rival Hartwick 20-6. | Box Score

from Utica College Athletics
The Utica College men's lacrosse team will hit the road Wednesday to face off against nationally-ranked No. 17 Nazareth College in Empire 8 Conference action. Game time at Nazareth is scheduled for 4 p.m.

from Syracuse.com
The turf field at West Genesee is seasick at the moment. The ground underneath the school's main football and lacrosse field is heaving from the effects of our brutal winter.

from Union College Athletics
The Union men's lacrosse team will make its first television appearance of the season when it travels to St. John Fisher on Wednesday, April 1, for a 5 p.m. start at Growney Stadium.

The game will be carried live by Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and be available in the following markets: Albany/Hudson Valley (HD Channel 323), Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester and New York City. Gene Battaglia (play-by-play) and Mark Engel (analyst) will call the action.

from the Bufflo News
The Buffalo Bandits traded forward Joe Resetarits, a graduate of Hamburg High School, along with a third-round draft pick in 2016 to the Rochester Knighthawks on Tuesday. In return, the Bandits acquired defender Jamie Batson and second-round picks in 2016 and 2017 from the Knighthawks.

from Siena Athletics
Kevin O'Shea tallied six points and netted a hat trick as Hartford went on a late five-goal run to pull away from Siena Lacrosse 14-9. Freshman attack Chris Robertson led the Saints with his second hat trick of the season. | Box Score
Monday March 30, 2014 9:45AM Update
from the Watertown Daily Times
Freshman Braelie Kempney collected seven goals and four assists as Carthage defeated Rome Free Academy, 21-2, in a nonleague girls lacrosse game Monday.

from The Ithaca Journal
With nine freshmen and sophomores in his lineup, Ithaca High boys lacrosse coach Frank Welch is a realist when it comes to early-season expectations for his Little Red.

“It’s the first varsity game for a lot of these kids and we’re going to go through some growing pains,”

from Syracuse.com
Caroline Kopp netted five goals to lead Jamesville-DeWittto a 9-8 victory over Homer in an Onondaga High School League Freedom division contest on Monday.

from SportsFive.net
Twelve players made the book for Thomas, led by Kevin Hill (4g-2a). Cam Isaac had 2g and picked up nine ground balls. | Fairport Scoring | Thomas/Frontier Box Score

from NLL.com
The Minnesota Swarm and New England Black Wolves have announced a trade with Minnesota sending transition player Andrew Suitor to New England in exchange for transition player Joel White (Cortland) and a second-round selection in the 2017 NLL Draft. The trade features a rare swap of team captains.

from Syracuse Athletics
For the fourth time this season, Syracuse attackman Dylan Donahue has earned at least a share of the conference's top weekly award for offensive players.

from SUNY Brockport Athletics
Senior Colleen Hathaway (South Jefferson) was awarded the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week after a superb showing in The College at Brockport's convincing 15-9 win over William Smith on Tuesday evening.

from Colgate Athletics
For the second straight week and third time this season, Colgate freshman midfielder Haley O'Hanlon has been named Patriot League Rookie-of-the-Week.

from The Daily Orange
The 6-foot-1, fifth-year senior has now helped shut down 6-foot-4, premier midfielders in consecutive weeks — Duke’s Myles Jones and Notre Dame’s Sergio Perkovic.

from OCC Athletics
Makenzie Annable scored a career-high nine goals as the nationally-ranked Onondaga Community College women's lacrosse team scored 19 first half goals en route to a season-high 25 scores in a 25-14 win over fourth-ranked Howard Community College on Monday evening at David W. Murphy Field. | Box Score

from Monroe CC Athletics
The Monroe CC Tribunes men’s lacrosse team won their second of back to back games against the Northern Virginia CC Monday afternoon. The final was 12 to 7. Sophomore Brian Moran (Orchard Park) led the way with another huge game. Moran scored seven goals and had an assist. Sophomore Cam Bennett (Bishop Ludden) scored three goals on the afternoon.

from The Daily Orange
Kayla Treanor is overthinking.

That’s what Gary Gait, the Syracuse head coach, said about one of the top scorers that he’s ever worked with. When the defense throws something new at her, he said his star player takes too long to figure out how she will counter that move.

12:15AM Headlines
from Syracuse Athletics
The Syracuse men's lacrosse team will celebrate its deep connection to the Native American community and the sport of lacrosse on Thursday, April 2 during its game against Albany.

At halftime, the program will honor 2015 Spirit of Tewaaraton Award recipient Oren Lyons, members of the 1957 Syracuse Orange lacrosse team, and members of the 1983 and 2014 Iroquois Nationals in an on-field tribute.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Cortland's men's lacrosse home game versus Ithaca College on Wednesday, April 1, has been moved to a 4:30 p.m. start time. Cortland is ranked 15th and Ithaca is ranked 10th in the latest USILA Div. III national poll.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The UAlbany men’s lacrosse team earned a pair of America East weekly honors for a third time this year as Lyle Thompson (LaFayette/Salmon River) was chosen as Co-Player of the Week and Connor Fields (Bishop Timon-St. Jude) was named Rookie of the Week for the period ending March 29th.

from USILA.org
Syracuse #2; Le Moyne #3; RIT #2.

from IWLCA.org
Syracuse #7; Le Moyne #5; Cortland #5

from LaxPower
Onondaga #1, Genesee #4, Delhi #7, Finger Lakes #10.

from Canisius Athletics
After leading the Canisius College men’s lacrosse team to a key conference victory, senior goalkeeper Alex Govenettio earned MAAC Defensive Player of the Week accolades on Monday.

from The Daily Orange
After the game, holding the stick he’d just dominated with, Dylan Donahue summed up what had just transpired in 10 words. “I thought our guys had a hell of a game,” he said. For quite some time, it was just that for Syracuse — hell.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
With a 10-point performance against New Hampshire last Saturday, senior attack Maureen Keggins (Watertown) garnered America East Co-Offensive Player of the Week accolades, the league announced Monday.

from Cornell Athletics
Senior co-captain Lindsay Toppe earned her first weekly recognition of the season from the Ivy League on Monday afternoon when she was tabbed as the co-offensive player of the week for games ending on Sunday, March 29. She becomes the third Big Red player to earn a weekly honor from the League this season.

from Cornell Athletics
Connor Buczek has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week, as was announced this afternoon by the conference office. It is the first conference weekly award for the Big Red this season, as well as the first-ever weekly honor for Buczek.

from Canisius Athletics
After a week that saw the Griffs win their third and fourth consecutive games, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference awarded senior Kayla Scully (South Jefferson) and freshman Erica Evans the Defensive and Rookie of the Week awards on Monday afternoon.

from Army Athletics
Junior Connor Cook recorded a career-high in goals and points against 20th-ranked Bucknell on Saturday in a 12-4 win and was voted the Corvias Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.

from Skidmore Athletics
Skidmore College men's lacrosse freshman goalie Chris Baughan and senior attackman Josh Trachtenberg both received weekly Liberty League honors, the conference announced Monday afternoon. Baughan was named the league's Rookie of the Week for the second time this season, while Trachtenberg was selected to the weekly honor roll.

from Clarkson Athletics
After two selections to the conference's honor roll, sophomore Nick Strandholm of the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team earned Liberty League Defensive Performer of the Week honors on Monday for his performance against a pair of ranked teams last week.

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
[Eric] Soderquist (Watertown) had the most productive week of his young Potsdam career with five goals and four assists for nine points. The freshman had a personal best six points on three goals and three assists in Tuesday's 13-5 win over Morrisville. He followed it up with a two-goal, one-assist day in the Bears' 8-7 win over the Geneseo in the Potsdam's SUNYAC opener. Soderquist scored the game-winner against the Blue Knights with just 56 seconds left in the contest.

from Hobart Athletics
For the second week in a row, [Alec] Love (Geneva/Salisbury School) scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Statesmen to a 7-6 NEC victory. One week after beating Bryant with his third goal of the game at the 1:44 mark of OT, he scored with 1:12 remaining in extra time at Robert Morris.

from The Rome Sentinel
The Rome Free Academy boys lacrosse team trailed 9-3 at halftime on Saturday and never recovered in falling to non-league foe Colonie, 15-7, at the Stadium.
Monday March 30, 2014 8:50AM
from The Eagle News
Head coach Mike Messere, who is inching closer to 800 career victories, is determined to get the Wildcats back to that championship level in his 40th season at the helm, and WG took a positive first step in last Saturday night’s season opener at Onondaga Community College, where it beat Penfield 10-4.

from The Daily Orange
As Syracuse made its push in the final quarter to turn a six-goal deficit into a one-goal lead over Notre Dame on Saturday, it was Bobby Wardwell that did everything he could on the defensive end to make that happen.

from Monroe CC Athletics
The Monroe CC Tribunes men’s lacrosse team lost their first of three road games against the Anne Arundel Pioneers Sunday afternoon on the campus of the Pioneers. The final was 3 to 13. Sophomore Cam Bennett (Bishop Ludden) led the goal scorers with two goals against Anne Arundel.

from Lacrosse Magazine
If you follow college sports, you get used to hearing about strength of schedule. It's a staple for tournament selection and seeding, but what about actually getting ready for the tournament? If playing tough competition gets you ready for the NCAA's, then no teams will be better prepared than those that survive the battleground that is the ACC.

from New England Lacrosse Journal
When Boston Cannons general manager Kevin Barney and coach John Tucker decided to move forward with two-time Major League Lacrosse MVP Paul Rabil’s trade request this fall, they were adamant they would need more than just draft picks back in exchange for one of the world’s best and most popular players.

They wanted a star.

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from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
We’ve all said it. “You gotta pick your battles.” Parents say it about raising their kids, teachers say it about classroom management, and coaches are saying it every day at practice.

In the past three weeks, since JV lacrosse practices started back on March 9, I’ve made some conscious decisions to do a few things differently with this team. Call it A) an experiment, B) being practical or realistic, or C) a compromise; it’s probably a little bit of D) “All the above.”

from RIT Athletics
The RIT (4-4, 2-0 Liberty League) women's lacrosse team tallied two goals late in the second half to beat St. Lawrence University (2-6, 0-2 Liberty League) 9-8 in Liberty League on Sunday afternoon at RIT's Turf Field. It is the first time RIT has beaten the Saints in five tries. | Box Score

from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
Renee Kiviat had one of the best games of her career, and the Binghamton women's lacrosse team (5-5, 1-1 America East) defeated America East foe UMass Lowell (0-11, 0-1) today by a score of 15-6 on Binghamton's home turf. | Box Score

from Cornell Athletics
Cornell women's lacrosse kicked off its Spring Break trip with a program record performance on Sunday afternoon against California. The Big Red put up a prolific offensive display, setting a new single-game program record with 23 goals in the 23-6 blasting of the Golden Bears at Memorial Stadium. | Box Score

from Herkimer CC Athletics
Facing their second consecutive Western New York Athletic Conference opponent in consecutive days didn’t faze the Herkimer Generals women’s lacrosse team Sunday (3/29), defeating Niagara County Community College 19-1 for the team’s second consecutive victory.

from Herkimer CC Athletics
Scoring five unanswered goals in the final 17 minutes of regulation Saturday (3/28) at Wehrum Stadium, the Herkimer Generals women’s lacrosse team defeated Genesee Community College 15-14. | Box Score

from The Chronicle-Express
The Penn Yan Mustang boy's lacrosse team took the wraps off their 2015 season hosting a very talented team from the State of Ohio. The Kilbourne High School Wolves from the Columbus suburb of Worthington, motored into Penn Yan on Sunday morning to face off against the local Mustangs.

from The Chronicle-Express
The weather resembled winter. It was cold and snow was flying in the air. But make no mistake: The spring high school sports season has arrived. And the Penn Yan Mustang girl's lacrosse team celebrated the arrival of spring with an impressive 14-3 win over Finger Lakes East I rival Wayne on the Mustang Field turf Friday afternoon.

from Lacrosse Magazine
Short-stick defensive midfielders get overlooked. They toil with tough defensive assignments and get picked on constantly. “Dodge the shorty” is the refrain. Most offenses are built to attack this position 20 to 30 times per game. It helps if you’re a good athlete who doesn’t mind the grind or box scores full of zeroes.
Sunday March 29, 2014 11:00AM
Saturday NCAA Finals

MEN
Notre Dame 13 2OT vs. Syracuse 12
Quinnipiac 10 vs. Marist 17
Canisius 10 OT, Siena 9
Bard 2 vs. RIT 20
Brockport 6 vs. Plattsburgh 10
Ithaca 9 vs. Cabrini 8
Binghamton 12 vs. Hartford 13
Bucknell vs. Army 12
Robert Morris 6 vs. Hobart 7 OT
Nazareth 26 vs. Elmira 3
Niagara CCC 3 vs. Finger Lakes CC 24
Cornell 8 vs. Dartmouth 2
Utica 16 vs. SUNY Canton 3
Bates 7 vs. Hamilton 8
Alfred 13 vs. Stevens 12
Rensselaer 9 vs. Clarkson 11
Skidmore 12 vs. Vassar 5
St. John Fisher 11 vs. Hartwick 2
St. Lawrence 7 vs. Union 4
Colgate 11 vs. Loyola 4
Albany 25 vs. UMass Lowell 0
Roberts Wesleyan 5 vs. NYIT 17
Merrimack 6 vs. Le Moyne 12
Alfred 13 vs. Stevens 12
Cortland 14 vs. Montclair State 6
Oswego 7 vs. Oneonta 12
Potsdam 8 vs. Geneseo 7

WOMEN
Albany 16 vs. New Hampshire 5
Colgate 10 vs. Navy 4
Manhattan 1 vs. Canisius 10
Cortland 14 vs. Fredonia 10
Bentley 6 vs. Le Moyne 15
Hamilton 6 vs. Bates 2
Oswego 9 vs. Oneonta 16
Duke 10 vs. Syracuse 9
Iona 7 vs. Niagara 10
Hartwick 7 vs. Utica 18
Rensselaer 9 3OT vs. Skidmore 8
Stevens 16 vs. Elmira 4
Herkimer 15 vs. Genesee 14
Lancaster Bible 12 vs. Wells 16
St. Elizabeth 19 vs. SUNY Poly 2
Marist 13 vs. Quinnipiac 3
Siena 7 vs. Fairfield 11
Rochester 7 vs. Clarkson 8
St. Joseph's (NY) 19 vs. Sage 2
Alfred 8 vs. Houghton 14
Bard 1 vs. Union 15
Nazareth 9 vs. St. John Fisher 6
Potsdam 8 vs. Buffalo State 12

from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
The Binghamton women's lacrosse team (4-5, 0-1) resumes play after a five-day hiatus on Sunday, March 29, as they welcome the UMass Lowell Riverhawks (0-10, 0-1). Game time for this America East matchup is noon at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

from Colgate Athletica
Colgate picked the perfect place at the perfect time to break out of its midseason lull.

The Raiders scored the game's first four goals here Saturday and never looked back, rolling to an 11-4 win over No. 15/16 Loyola. The victory was showcased in front of a crowd of 1,276 in the lacrosse capital city and a CBS Sports nationally televised audience. | Box Score

from SUNY Albany Athletics
University at Albany women’s lacrosse (8-1, 2-0 AE) saw Maureen Keggins (Watertown) nearly set a single-game record in points and assists in Saturday’s 16-5 victory over New Hampshire (3-7, 0-2 AE). The senior recorded seven assists and three goals for 10 total points. Dakotah Savitcheff (Canandaigua) led all scorers with six goals. The pair combined for five of the team’s tallies on the day. | Box Score

from Ithaca College Athletics
The 14th-ranked Ithaca College men's lacrosse team scored the final three goals of the game in the final four minutes of the fourth quarter and rallied to defeat 11th-ranked Cabrini 9-8 on Saturday afternoon, March 28, at Higgins Stadium in Ithaca. The matchup of nationally-ranked teams was close throughout as neither team led by more than two goals over the course of the game. | Box Score

from Marist Athletics
Senior Colin Joka (Conshohocken, Pa.) tied his career high with seven goals, including six in the first half. Junior Joseph Radin (Long Beach, N.Y.) tallied a career-high four asssists. In the faceoff X, junior Dominic Montemurro (Kings Park, N.Y.) went 23-for-28 and scooped up a career-high 14 ground balls. | Box Score

from Army Athletics
Sophomore Erin Jollota scored a game-high four goals and junior Leah Wasserman provided a hat trick to help the Army club women's lacrosse team to a 13-5 victory over Stony Brook's club team on Saturday afternoon at Shea Stadium.

from Hamilton Athletics
Hamilton College's John Zimmerman '15 scored with 19.6 seconds left and lifted the Continentals to an 8-7 NESCAC win against the Bates College Bobcats at Bates' Garcelon Field on Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Hamilton Athletics
The Hamilton College women’s lacrosse team won its fifth straight game on Saturday, smothering visiting Bates College 6-2 in a NESCAC game at Steuben Field. The Continentals, ranked seventh in the latest Top 20 coaches poll, allowed their fewest goals and fewest shots on goal in four seasons. | Box Score

from Nazareth Athletics
Host Nazareth dominated Elmira in every facet Saturday of an Empire 8 Conference men's lacrosse game. The Golden Flyers scored early and often and unleashed 62 shots in a 26-3 romp over the Soaring Eagles. | Box Score

from Utica College Athletics
The Utica College women's lacrosse team picked up its first Empire 8 Conference win of the season as it downed host Hartwick College 18-7 on Saturday afternoon. Senior Megan Kane (Staten Island, NY/Tottenville) netted a career-high seven goals and added one assist to lead the way for the Pioneers. Kane is now third all-time with 153 career points. | Box Score

from St. John Fisher Athletics
The St. John Fisher College men's lacrosse program earned its first Empire 8 Conference win of the season on Saturday, as the Cardinals came away with an 11-2 win over visiting Hartwick College at Fisher's Growney Stadium. | Box Score

from the Rochester Knighthawks
The Rochester Knighthawks fell 16-3 to the Edmonton Rush Saturday night at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena in front of 6,801 fans.

Rochester was led by a three-point night from Dan Dawson (2+1) and two-point efforts from Jordan Hall (0+2) and Cody Jamieson (1+1). Jamieson now needs just eight points to hit 400 in his career. In goal, Matt Vinc made 39 saves, while Angus Goodleaf made nine stops. | Box Score

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from Syracuse.com
Nick Cunningham netted three goals and one assist as the West Genesee boys lacrosse team opened its 2015 with a 10-4 non-league win over Penfield of Section V at Onondaga Community College. | Box Score

from Syracuse Athletics
The two top teams in the nation treated the crowd of 3,602 at Arlotta Stadium to a thrilling lacrosse game on Saturday, March 28.

No. 1 Syracuse and No. 2 Notre Dame matched one another goal for goal until the Irish's Jack Near scored unassisted with 2:54 left in the second overtime to lift Notre Dame to a 13-12 victory. | Box Score

from RIT Athletics
The No. 2 RIT men's lacrosse team improved to 9-0 overall and 2-0 in the Liberty League with an impressive 20-2 win over Bard College (2-5, 0-1 Liberty League) on Saturday afternoon at Dietz Stadium in Kingston, N.Y. With the win, the Tigers are now unbeaten in their last 33 regular season games. | Box Score

from OCC Athletics
Nationally-ranked Onondaga Community College men's lacrosse earned its third win this season over a top-ten program on Saturday as the No. 1 Lazers defeated fourth-ranked Genesee Community College, 16-8, in Batavia. The win marked the 93rd consecutive win for Onondaga and moved the Lazers to within four wins of the all-time NJCAA record for consecutive wins across all sports (97).

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The #10/9 UAlbany men’s lacrosse team took down UMass Lowell 25-0 at home for the first-ever shutout in its Division I program history and its six-straight victory. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Junior attackman Mike Jenkins (Shenendehowa) announced his return to the field with six points as the sixth-ranked Le Moyne College men's lacrosse team upset third-ranked Merrimack College, 12-6, on Saturday afternoon in a battle for first place in the Northeast-10 Conference at Martone-Mejail Field. | Box Score

from SUNY Plattsburgh Athletics
Taking part in his final State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) opener, Plattsburgh State men's lacrosse senior [Jack Felter] (Chenango Forks) notched five goals to lead the Cardinals in a 10-6 triumph over The College at Brockport at Kenny Shriver Stadium on Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Syracuse Athletics
Junior Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna) scored three goals to lead No. 7/6 Syracuse in its 10-9 setback against No. 6/4 Duke on Saturday, March 28 in Durham, N.C. It was the Orange's seventh game decided by a goal in its last nine contests. | Box Score

from Hobart Athletics
For the second consecutive game, the Hobart College lacrosse team needed overtime to earn a decision and for the second game in a row, senior attackman Alex Love (Geneva/Salisbury School) scored the game-winning goal. Love's fourth goal of the afternoon came with 1:12 remaining in OT and lifted the Statesmen to a 7-6 Northeast Conference victory at Robert Morris University. | Box Score

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
The SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team (4-2, 1-0 SUNYAC) withstood a late charge from SUNY Geneseo (4-3, 0-1) to down the Blue Knights in its SUNYAC opener 8-7. | Box Score

from Herkimer CC Athletics
Scoring five unanswered goals in the final 17 minutes of regulation Saturday (3/28) at Wehrum Stadium, the Herkimer Generals women’s lacrosse team defeated Genesee Community College 15-14. Below, Herkimer's Alison James (Whitesboro) scores the game winning goal with 1:12 left in regulation Saturday (3/28) against Genesee CC on an assist from Alexis Caughey.

from St. Lawrence Athletics
A stellar defensive effort which caused 16 turnovers and limited Union College to only four goals and an opportunistic offense which outscored the Dutchmen 4-1 in the second half lifted St. Lawrence University's men's lacrosse team to a 7-4 win over the third-ranked Dutchmen in a Liberty League lacrosse game played on Lou Saban Field at Canton College Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Junior attacker Maggie Monnat (Baldwinsville) scored a career-high six goals to lead the fourth-ranked Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team to a 15-6 win over Bentley University on Saturday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action. | Box Score

from Buffalo St. Athletics
Sarah Lorusso (Frontier) scored four goals and tallied three assists to lead Buffalo State (2-5, 1-0 SUNYAC) to a 12-8 victory over Potsdam (1-6, 0-1 SUNYAC) in the conference opener on Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Cornell Athletics
After an unusually slow start saw the No. 7 Cornell men's lacrosse team take a 3-1 lead into halftime, the Big Red exploded for five third quarter goals to earn a hard-fought 8-2 victory over Dartmouth this afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. | Box Score

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Eleven different players scored goals as the nationally 16th-ranked Cortland men's lacrosse team defeated 20th-ranked Montclair St., 17-11, Saturday afternoon in non-conference action at a cold and windy SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex. The Red Dragons evened their record at 4-4, while the Red Hawks fell to 5-3.

from Army Athletics
Junior attackman Connor Cook recorded a career-high seven points, including five goals to lead the 17th-ranked Army lacrosse team to a 12-4 win over No. 20 Bucknell in Patriot League action at Mathewson-Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Canisius Athletics
The Canisius College men’s lacrosse team rallied from a three-goal fourth-quarter deficit to earn a key MAAC victory over Siena on Saturday, 10-9. With the win, the Griffs improve to 2-1 in conference play and 2-7 overall, while the Saints drop to 1-2 against MAAC foes and 4-5 overall. | Box Score

from Alfred University Athletics
Freshman Jake Lynch (Whitney Point) and senior Nicolas Wood (Canandaigua) guided the Alfred University men's lacrosse team to a 13-12 Empire 8 Conference win over Stevens Institute of Technology Saturday afternoon. | Box Score

from Monroe CC Athletics
The two-time defending NJCAA national champion MCC women's lacrosse team kicked off the season with a 23-1 blowout of host Broome Community College Saturday afternoon.

from Clarkson Athletics
One day after its five game-winning streak was snapped at RIT, the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team bounced back with a 8-7 win over Rochester on Saturday afternoon. | Box Score
Saturday March 28, 2014 9:50AM
from Colgate Athletics
Colgate began a busy weekend here Friday night with a trip to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

The Raiders are in town to take on No. 15/16 Loyola in a key Patriot League matchup. That contest faces off Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Ridley Athletic Complex, with CBS Sports Network providing the national television coverage.

from RIT Athletics
The RIT (3-4, 1-0 Liberty League) women's lacrosse team opened Liberty League play in fine fashion with a 6-4 win over Clarkson University (5-2, 0-1 Liberty League) on a cold and snowy day at RIT's Turf Field. With the win, RIT improves to 6-2 all time versus Clarkson. | Box Score

from William Smith Athletics
The William Smith College lacrosse team jumped out to a 6-0 lead and kept control from there to defeat Bard 14-2 in the Liberty League opener for both teams played at Vassar College this evening. The Herons improve to 3-4 overall, while Bard falls to 0-4 overall. | Box Score

from Hartwick Athletics
Hartwick's women's lacrosse team trailed 9-5 with 18 minutes left, but out-scored Elmira 9-2 the rest of the way in a 14-11 come-from-behind victory over the Soaring Eagles on Friday at Wright Stadium. | Box Score

from St. John Fisher Athletics
The nationally-ranked St. John Fisher College women's lacrosse program cruised to an 18-2 win at Alfred University on Friday afternoon. With the win, Fisher, ranked 17th nationally, improves to 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the Empire 8 Conference. | Box Score

from The Corning Leader
After the Hawks’ originally-scheduled March 18 opener against Bath Haverling was postponed due to frigid weather conditions, Corning will host Shaker at 2 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium to usher in the 2015 season.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
The Rochester Knighthawks (7-3) return to the Blue Cross Arena for the first time in a month to take on the Edmonton Rush (6-4) on Saturday March 28 at 7:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast in the United States on NLL Live and in Canada on TSN GO. - See more at: http://www.knighthawks.net/node/5852#sthash.X2ipC9pd.dpuf

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from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
The Binghamton men's lacrosse team hosts Hartford in the America East home opener on Saturday, March 28. The match is set for a 1 p.m. faceoff at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The Great Danes, ranked #10 in the USILA Coaches Poll and #9 in the Inside Lacrosse media poll, have won five-straight games, coming off a 21-18 victory at Harvard on Wednesday, to enter at 6-1 overall and 2-0 in America East play. UMass Lowell is not ranked in either poll and comes into Saturday looking to snap a four-game losing streak. The River Hawks fell to Vermont 18-10 last Saturday and stands at 1-7 overall and 0-2 in America East play.

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from Monroe CC Athletics
Game was played on March 25th 2015 at Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY.

from Syracuse Athletics
No. 7/6 Syracuse will take on its sixth top 10 team when it travels to Durham, N.C. to take on No. 6/4 Duke on Saturday, March 28. Opening draw is set for 1 p.m. Fans in the Syracuse area can listen to the game on WJPZ 89.1FM and on CuseTV on Cuse.com. Subscriptions to CuseTV are available at daily, monthly and yearly rates. Live video will also be available on goduke.com.

Game Details Saturday, Mar. 28 | Durham, N.C. | 1 p.m.
Game Coverage Radio: WJPZ 891.FM
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from Lacrosse Magazine
Syracuse junior midfielder Kelly Cross has been suspended indefinitely due to a violation of team rules, the athletic department confirmed Friday. At 2:27 a.m. Monday morning, Cross crashed a white Ford Explorer into the Mount Olympus stairwell on Mount Olympus Drive, Department of Public Safety (DPS) spokeswoman Hannah Warren said.

from Canisius Athletics
The Canisius College men’s lacrosse team hosts conference foe Siena on Saturday. The two rivals are set to meet at the Demske Sports Complex on Saturday at 11 a.m. Saturday's game can also be seen live on Time Warner SportsChannel.

from Lacrosse Athletics
Ninth-ranked Albany is rarely in need of a scoring spark. On a typical day, the sparks in the Great Danes' offense are flying from various directions – often in sudden waves – under the guidance of senior Lyle Thompson, who might be remembered as the greatest orchestrator in college lacrosse history.

from Syracuse.com
This club, which plays from June until the end of January, is made up of Central New York girls from Baldwinsville, Cicero-North Syracuse, Jordan-Elbridge and Liverpool high schools that are 18 and under. Many of these girls play on this club team simultaneously with their respective high school team.

from Utica College Athletics
The Utica College women's lacrosse team dropped its Empire 8 Conference opener to host Stevens Institute of Technology, 17-8 Friday afternoon at the De Baun Athletic Complex on the Stevens campus. | Box Score

from SUNY Potsdam Athletics
Due to cold temperatures, tomorrow's SUNY Potsdam women's lacrosse game against Buffalo State originally scheduled for 11 a.m. will now start at 4 p.m.

from The Ithaca Journal
After falling off its perch as Section 4 champion for the first time in six years last season, the Ithaca High boys' lacrosse team will look to regain its championship form beginning on Saturday, when it travels to Irondequoit for a 1 p.m. faceoff.


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