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Mass. College Lax: Friday’s Tournament (ECAC & NCAA) Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

Five games occurred this afternoon and evening, including two NCAA first round contests, and below is each contest’s outcome and game summary.

Men’s Lacrosse:

Salve Regina 15, Becker 10: The ECAC New England Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship featured 25 goals and a variety of runs, but it was the Seahawks that managed to push ahead for good thanks to a 5-0 run in the third quarter. Becker’s David Deschenes recorded two unassisted tallies, one coming in the second quarter, while the other was recorded in the fourth. Daniel Johnson chipped in two goals and Jeffrey Candee recorded career and season-high 20 stops.

The Hawks’ season concludes with a 15-6 record, their most wins in program history.

Women’s Lacrosse:

Loyola 10, UMass 4: Leading by one goal at the start of the second half, the Greyhounds pushed ahead by netting six goals to earn a first round NCAA Tournament victory over UMass. The Greyhounds, who punched its ticket to the second round, will play Boston College on Sunday; opening draw is scheduled for 1 p.m.

UMass’ Sam Rush scored two goals on three shots, Melissa Carelli and Courtney McGrath each registered one marker and Rachel Vallarelli deflected three shots.

The Minutewomen conclude its season with an 18-2 overall mark, as well as the defending Atlantic 10 Conference Champions following their win last weekend over Richmond.

Boston College 17, Bryant 9: Covie Stanwick led all players with eight points on five goals and three helpers as the Eagles soared past the Bulldogs and extended its season to Sunday afternoon. Sarah Mannelly finished with four makers and two assists, while Mikaela Rix and Moira Barry combined for four goals and two helpers.

Curry 24, Rivier 3: The Colonels are headed to the ECAC New England Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship as Curry jumped out to a 5-0 lead and never looked back. Mel Brickley paced all players with eight points on five goals and three assists, while Alexis Cran registered three helpers and one marker. Christina Wallis and Annie Douglas, Curry’s goaltenders, combined for five stops.

The Colonels will travel to Worcester State on Sunday for the Tournament Championship, which is scheduled for 1 p.m.

Worcester State 16, Becker 11: The Lancers punched its ticket to the ECAC New England Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship with a five-goal victory. Worcester State received six points (five goals, one assist) from Kalia Chase, while Amy Tucker netted a hat trick on three shots.

Becker’s Tatum Fahs finished with six points on four goals and two helpers, while Ashley Mossey recorded two strikes and two assists. The Hawks conclude their season with a 9-8 overall record.

Mass. College Lax: D3 Conference Semifinals Roundup (#d3lax)

By NoontimeSports.com

There were a few Division 3 conference tournament semifinals that took place this afternoon and below are their outcomes and game summaries.

Men’s Lacrosse:

Endicott 25, Salve Regina 5: Kyle Weber and Nick Pinciaro combined for eight goals and five helpers as the Gulls soared past the Seahawks and punched their ticket to the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship on Saturday.

Western New England 16, Roger Williams 12: Leading the Hawks by seven goals after three quarters, the Golden Bears were forced to fend off a late rally, which secured them a spot in Saturday’s conference championship against the Gulls. Keegan Dudeck paced Western New England with seven points on four assists and three tallies.

Women’s Lacrosse:

Endicott 15, Gordon 7: Callie Murphy registered six points on three goals and three helpers as the Gulls defeated the Fighting Scots and secured a spot in the CCC Championship on Saturday. Anna Blomberg led Gordon with four points on three goals and one assist.

Roger Williams 19, Western New England 11: Deven Machette recorded seven points on five goals and two assists, as the Hawks defeat the Golden Bears in the CCC semifinals and punched its ticket to the conference finals on Saturday. Western New England’s Jessica Scannapieco and Taylor Scialdone combined for seven goals and one helper.

Regis 20, Elms 8: Teresa Busiek recorded four goals and one assist as the Pride defeated the Blazers in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) semifinals. Elms’ Jillian Pirog and Kayla Narey each netted hat tricks in the setback. With the win, Regis advances to the conference championship on Saturday.

Becker 13, Wheelock 7: Ashley Mossey jumpstarted a 5-0 run at 18:26 in the second half, which helped the Hawks go onto defeat the Wildcats in NECC semifinal action. Victoria Belcher led Becker with a hat trick, while Wheelock’s Molly Centore led all scorers with four tallies.