By Matt Noonan
It was a busy Saturday in the lacrosse world with conference tournament championships and semifinals. Below is a quick roundup of today’s contests.
WNE 13, Endicott 8: The Golden Bears rallied from a two-goal deficit at halftime to defeat the Gulls for the second straight year in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Championship. WNE’s Colton Craig and Endicott’s Harrison Cotter each netted five goals.
Springfield College 12, Babson 6: Bryce Serriello sparked a 5-0 run, spanning the third and fourth quarters, which helped the Pride secure the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) crown. Springfield’ Devin Abad paced all scorers with five points on four goals and one assist, while Spencer Low recorded two goals for Babson.
Tufts 17, Williams 6: John Uppgren recorded six points on four goals and two assists, Chris Schoenhut tallied four goals and Cole Bailey handed out seven assists as the Jumbos cruised past the Ephs in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) semifinals. Jack Lauroesch paced Williams with three points on three assists.
Amherst 12, Wesleyan 8: Kane Haffey netted four goals, Devin Acton registered a hat trick as the Lord Jeffs defeated the Cardinals in the NESCAC semifinals.
Endicott 14, Roger Williams 13: Siri Mason buried a feed from Callie Murphy with one second remaining in regulation to lift the Gulls past the Hawks in the CCC Championship. Murphy led all players with eight points on four goals and four helpers.
Bridgewater State 19, Worcester State 7: The Bears secured their second-straight Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) tournament crown by earning a 15-5 lead at the break. BSU’s Taylor Clancy finished with seven points on six goals and one assist, while Kalia Chase and Molly Kilday each netted two goals for Worcester State.
Regis 13, Becker 9: The Pride captured its second straight New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) crown by using three separate runs in the second half to propel them to a four-point victory. Grace Politis and Sam Salamone combined for nine Regis goals, along with five helpers. Tatum Fahs paced Becker with five points on three goals and two assists.
Amherst 9, Williams 4: Rachel Passarelli recorded five goals, including three in the second half, which helped the Jeffs defeat the Ephs in the NESCAC semifinals.