Mass. College Lax: Afternoon Roundup

By Matt Noonan 

The Division III lacrosse world happened to be the main spotlight on Tuesday and below is the various afternoon matchup summaries.

Men’s Lacrosse:

Hamilton 8, Williams 7 (OT) – Bryan Hopper scored the game-winning 14 seconds into overtime, which lifted the Continentals to their seventh victory of the season. Williams’ Steven Kiesel and Colton Growney each registered two goals in the setback.

Western New England 11, Wentworth 4 – Adam Knapton recorded a game-best six points (four goals, two assists), while George Knapp added three points (two goals, one assist) as the Golden Bears defeated the Leopards.

Women’s Lacrosse:

Wheaton 15, Babson 12 – Leila Mills poured in a season-high seven goals as the Lyons defeated the Beavers and claimed the NEWMAC regular season championship. Charlotte De Santis and Amy Moreira registered four tallies, respectively, while Jameson Sprang paced Babson with four strikes.

Endicott 20, University of New England 9 – Holly Davis paced all scorers with a season-best 10 points (eight goals, two assists), whole Kelly Tierney recorded six points (four goals, six assists) as the Gulls defeated the Nor’easters in Maine.

Curry College 21, Salve Regina 15 – Ana Bottary registered 10 points (seven goals, three assists), Haley Carey netted eight strikes as the Colonels defeated the Seahawks and earned their 11th win of the season.

Conn. College 8, Springfield 6 – The Camels erased a four-goal deficit at the break as they rallied past the Pride in Springfield. The Pride, who recorded six tallies in the first session, was held scoreless for the final 30 minutes. Michelle Dorsey led Springfield with a hat trick.

One Comment

  1. Wow, I really didn’t expect such a blowout between Curry, and Salve Regina. That’s crazy. I didn’t really expect either team to score very much to be honest. 21, and 15 is a pretty large score gap.


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