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D3 Lacrosse: 2019 All-Noontime New England D3 Women’s Lacrosse Team

ALL NOONTIME WLAX 2019

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

With another season of New England Division III women’s lacrosse in the books – the 2019 season concluded this past weekend with Middlebury College defeating Salisbury University in the championship game in Ashland, Virginia – it is time to unveil our All-Noontime Sports team, including our player, rookie, and coach of the year.


All-Noontime End of Season Awards 

Coach of the Year: Kate Livesay | Middlebury College: Livesay guided the Panthers to their second national championship since leading Middlebury to a title in 2016 when the Blue and White defeated Trinity College, 9-5. Middlebury concluded the 2019 campaign with the nation’s longest winning streak of 22 games, which matched the 2016 team’s mark for most wins in a single-season. Additionally, Livesay’s unit netted 330 goals, including 30 this past weekend in their semifinal and final match-ups, which is the most any Middlebury team has recorded in a single-season. Middlebury also captured its tenth New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament crown, too.

Player of the Year: Abby Manning | Wesleyan University: Manning concluded her junior season by establishing a single-season mark in points (84) and goals (69) while tying Caitlin Wood with 16 free position goals. The 84 points and 69 goals were career-highs for the Wilmington, Delaware native – she also recorded a career-best 15 assists, too. Manning also recorded a career-high 79 draw controls, while scooping 16 ground balls. Manning and the Cardinals advanced to the NCAA Division III semifinals for the first time in program history, thanks to impressive postseason wins over Gettysburg CollegeMary Washington, and Washington and Lee.

Co-Rookie of the Year: Jane Earley | Middlebury College: Earley capped an impressive first season with the Panthers by netting four goals in her team’s 14-9 win over Salisbury in the 2019 NCAA Division III women’s lacrosse championship. One day earlier, she tallied three points on two goals and one assist in a 16-8 win over Wesleyan in the semifinals. Earley finished the season with 68 points on 51 goals and 17 assists while earning a spot on the NCAA Division III all-tournament team. Prior to helping Middlebury capture its seventh national championship in program history, she recorded a season-best seven points on four assists and three goals in a 13-9 win over Hamilton College.

Co-Rookie of the Year: Colette Smith | Tufts University: The first-year attack enjoyed an impressive debut with the Jumbos, tallying 63 points on 48 goals and 15 assists. Tabbed the NESCAC Rookie of the Year, Smith recorded seven points in a pair of contests this spring, while posting six points in a trio of games. Smith helped the Jumbos reach the NCAA Division III semifinals for the first time in program history, thanks to national postseason victories over Plymouth State UniversityTCNJ, and York College (Pa.). Smith ranked second on the team in points and goals, and third in assists.


All-Noontime First Team

Claire Dunbar Amherst College Lutherville, Md. 
Katie Miller  Bowdoin College  Rye, N.Y.
Eliza Denious  Bowdoin College  Wilton, Conn. 
Emma McDonagh Middlebury College  Reading, Mass. 
Jane Earley  Middlebury College North Falmouth, Mass. 
Emily Barnard  Middlebury College Wayland, Mass. 
Dakota Adamec Tufts University Katonah, N.Y.
Colette Smith Tufts University Moorestown, N.J.
Abby Manning Wesleyan University Wilmington, Del.
Allegra Grant Wesleyan University Winnetka, Ill. 

All-Noontime Second Team

Maia Noise Amherst College Lexington, Mass. 
Kelly Siebert Amherst College Syosset, N.Y.
Lexi Lenaghan  Babson College  Hanover, Mass. 
Eva Then MIT Yarmouth, Maine
Addy Mitchell Middlebury College  Medfield, Mass. 
Erin Nicholas Middlebury College  Scarsdale, N.Y.
Julia Keith  Middlebury College  North Andover, Mass.
Hedy Veith Tufts University  Alexandria, Va.
Emily Games Tufts University  Wayne, Pa.
Abigail Horst Wesleyan University  Pomfret, Conn.

All-Noontime Third Team 

Sabrina Solow Amherst College Madison, N.J.
Georgia Salvatore Babson College Westwood, Mass. 
Kara Finnerty Bowdoin College Hopkinton, Mass.
Caroline Maxwell Bowdoin College Boxborough, Mass.
Jamie Navoni  Connecticut College Natick, Mass. 
Jennifer Lacroix  Endicott College  Wrentham, Mass.
Cecilia McCormick MIT Islip, N.Y
Annie Sullivan  Tufts University  Barrington, R.I.
Brooke Paradis  Wentworth Inst. of Tech.  Pelham, N.H.
Caroline Sgaglione Wesleyan University  Glen Head, N.Y.

 

D3 Lacrosse: 2019 All-Noontime New England D3 Men’s Lacrosse Team

ALL NOONTIME MLAX MAY 2019

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

With another season of New England Division III men’s lacrosse in the books – the 2019 season concluded this past weekend with Cabrini University defeating Amherst College in the championship game in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – it is time to unveil our All-Noontime Sports team, including our player, rookie, and coach of the year.


All-Noontime End of Season Awards 

Coach of the Year: Jon Thompson | Amherst College: Thompson’s Mammoths made history this spring by advancing to the program’s first-ever NCAA Division III championship game. Despite falling to Cabrini, Thompson’s crew matched the 2015 Amherst squad with 18 wins, while scoring some impressive victories over a trio of New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCASC) squads in the NCAA Tournament, including Williams College, which beat Amherst twice this season. Amherst concluded its 2019 campaign with an 18-4 record, 386 goals scored, and 244 assists.

Player of the Year: Evan Wolf | Amherst College: Wolf enjoyed his best season with the Mammoths, tallying career-highs in goals (75), assists (43) and points (118) while leading Amherst to its first-ever NCAA Division III Championship appearance. Additionally, Wolf and the Class of 2019 helped Amherst match its win total from 2015 with 18 victories this spring. Wolf departs Amherst with a slew of postseason honors while becoming the first-ever Division III student-athlete to earn a spot on the  Tewaaraton Watch List.

Rookie of the Year: Jake Haase | Williams College: The 2019 NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse Rookie of the Year enjoyed a very successful first season with Williams College, tallying 99 points on 67 assists and 32 goals to lead the Ephs to their best season in program history. Haase posted a season-high 10 points in a late March win over Colorado College while netting a season-high four goals in Williams’ 16-9 win over MIT. Haase’s 99 points were the most recorded by any member of the Ephs this spring.


All-Noontime First Team

Colin Minicus 

Amherst College 

Darien, Conn. 

Evan Wolf  Amherst College  Wynnewood, Pa.
Matt Chlastawa Bates College  Westfield, Mass. 
Riley McNulty  Coast Guard Academy Annapolis, Md.
Scott Morgan Trinity College East Grand Rapids, Mich.

Danny Murphy 

Tufts University 

Hauppauge, N.Y. 

Max Waldbaum 

Tufts University

Denver, Colo

Otto Bohan

Wesleyan University

Westlake, Ohio

Brendan Hoffman 

 Williams College

Darien, Conn.

Jake Haase 

Williams College 

Wayland, Mass. 

 


All-Noontime Second Team

Rod Castro

Amherst College

Bryn Mawr, Pa.

 Matt Solberg

Amherst College 

East Grand Rapids, Mich.

Rocco Fantoni

Bates College 

Hauppage, N.Y. 

C.J. Layton 

Colby College

Wakefield, Mass. 

PJ Kelleher 

Conn. College

Walpole, Mass. 

Matt Treiber

Tufts University 

Medfield, Mass. 

Ben Connelly  Tufts University 

Kenilworth, Ill.

Jared Ward

Western New England

Littleton, Mass.

Cory Lund

Williams College

El Segundo, Calif. 

Kevin Stump

Williams College

Allentown, PA 

 


All-Noontime Third Team 

Juan Gonzalez 

Amherst College 

Sarasota, Fla.

Samuel Mishkind

Babson College 

Chappaqua, N.Y.

Nathan Maselek

Clark University

Marblehead, Mass. 

Derek Yannone 

Endicott College 

Lynnfield, Mass.

Joe Nutting 

Keene State College

Amherst, N.H.

Ryan Madden 

Lasell College

Hingham, Mass. 

James Santoro 

MIT

Tewksbury, N.J.

Connor Smith

New England College

Oakland, Maine

Jack Vail 

Springfield College

Franklin, Mass.

Joe Hawley

Springfield College

Poulsbo, Wash.

 

Mass. High Schools: Eastern Mass. Lacrosse Rankings (May 28th, 2019)

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

The final week of the Massachusetts high school lacrosse regular season has arrived, which means its time to unveil our latest Noontime Sports Eastern Massachusetts poll.

Our next poll will be our last – it will be posted at the conclusion of the state tournament, which is scheduled to begin Sunday, June 2nd.

As always, stay connected with our lacrosse coverage on Twitter by following @NoontimeLax, as well as @Noontime_HS for additional high school sports coverage! 


Eastern Massachusetts Boy’s Lacrosse Top 10 | Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

  1. Lincoln-Sudbury
  2. Hingham
  3. Acton-Boxborough
  4. St. John’s Prep (Danvers)
  5. Winchester
  6. Concord-Carlisle
  7. Medfield
  8. Xaverian Brothers
  9. Duxbury
  10. Franklin

On The Rise: Boston College High School, Central Catholic, Cohasset, Dover-Sherborn, Foxborough, Hanover, Hopkinton, Marblehead, Marshfield, Melrose, Natick, Needham, Newton North, Norwell, Reading, Silver Lake, Wayland, Westford Academy, and Westwood. 


Eastern Massachusetts Girl’s Lacrosse Top 10 | Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

  1. Westwood
  2. Walpole
  3. Notre Dame Academy (Hingham)
  4. Franklin
  5. Cohasset
  6. Needham
  7. Wellesley
  8. Norwell
  9. Concord-Carlisle
  10. Wayland

On The Rise: Braintree, Chelmsford, Dover-Sherborn, Duxbury, Foxborough, Hanover, Ipswich, Lexington, Lincoln-Sudbury, Manchester-Essex, Marblehead, Natick, Newburyport, North Andover, Reading, and Swampscott. 

New England D3 Women’s Lacrosse Final Top 10 Poll (Tuesday, May 28th, 2019)

NS D3 WLAX TOP 10

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax

The 2019 NCAA Division III women’s lacrosse season concluded this past weekend with Middlebury College capturing its seventh national title in program history with a 14-9 win over Salisbury University.

Sunday’s win over the Sea Gulls capped an impressive 2019 campaign for the Panthers, who finished with an impressive 22-1 record for the second time in four seasons.

In addition to winning 22-straight contests after falling to Bates College in their opener, the Panthers established a new program record for goals in a single-season with 330. They netted 30 goals this past weekend, including 16 against Wesleyan University in their semifinal match-up with the Cardinals.

Tufts University ended the season in the second position, while Wesleyan checked-in third overall. Both teams advanced to their first-ever national semifinals following impressive Regional Final victories against Gettysburg College and York College.

Amherst College checked-in fourth overall, while Bowdoin College secured the fifth position.


New England D3 Women’s Lacrosse Top 10 (Final Poll) | Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 

1. Middlebury College

22-1, 9-1 NESCAC

2. Tufts University

19-3, 9-1 NESCAC

3. Wesleyan University

17-4, 8-2 NESCAC

4. Amherst College

14-6, 6-4 NESCAC

5. Bowdoin College

10-8, 5-5 NESCAC

6. Colby College

9-7, 5-5 NESCAC

7. Trinity College 

9-7, 4-6 NESCAC 

8. Bates College 

8-8, 4-6 NESCAC

9. Endicott College 

14-6, 8-0 CCC

10. Springfield College

13-7, 6-2 NEWMAC

On The Rise: Babson College, Framingham State, Johnson & Wales, MIT, New England College, Plymouth State, Roger Williams, and Westfield State.


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New England D3 Men’s Lacrosse Final Top 10 Poll (Tuesday, May 28th, 2019)

NS D3 MLAX TOP 10

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax

The 2019 NCAA Division III men’s lacrosse season concluded this past weekend with Cabrini University capturing its first-ever national championship with a 16-12 win over Amherst College.

Despite the setback, the Mammoths conclude the 2019 season as our top team in New England following an impressive run through the national postseason tournament, which included a trio of wins against New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) foes, along with a convincing 21-9 win over Elizabethtown College in the second round.

Williams College, which finished second in our New England Divison III Top 10, came within one game of advancing to its first-ever NCAA championship after defeating Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in double-overtime earlier this month to secure a date with the Mammoths in the semifinals.

Williams defeated Amherst twice this spring, including once in the NESCAC Tournament.

Tufts University secured the third position followed by Wesleyan University (fourth) and Bates College (fifth).


New England D3 Men’s Lacrosse Top 10 (Final Poll) | Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 

1. Amherst College 

18-4, 8-2 NESCAC

2. Williams College 

18-4, 8-2 NESCAC

3. Tufts University

19-2, 9-1 NESCAC

4. Wesleyan University 

13-4, 8-2 NESCAC

5. Bates College 

10-5, 7-3 NESCAC

6. Middlebury College

8-9, 4-6 NESCAC

7. Springfield College

11-10, 5-2 NEWMAC 

8. Western New England 

14-6, 8-0 CCC

9. Keene State College

11-6, 8-0 LEC

10. Coast Guard Academy 

14-4, 6-1 NEWMAC

On The Rise: Babson College, Clark University, Colby College, Endicott College, Lasell College, MIT, New England College, Norwich University, and Roger Williams.   


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