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Mass. College Lax: Conference Tourney Roundup (Championships & Semifinals)

Western New England captured its second straight CCC Crown with a 13-8 victory over Endicott this afternoon. (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for NoontimeSports.com)

Western New England captured its second straight CCC Crown with a 13-8 victory over Endicott this afternoon. (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for NoontimeSports.com)

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.

Men’s Lacrosse:

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.

Women’s Lacrosse:

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.

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.

Mass. College Lax: Saturday Evening Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

The second half of Saturday featured some interesting outcomes and below are scores and game summaries.

Men’s Lacrosse

Drexel 13, No. 14 UMass 9: The Dragons used a 3-0 run in the third quarter to push ahead of the Minutemen. With the loss, UMass falls to 7-4 overall and 1-2 in CAA play. Connor Mooney led the Minutemen with five points (three goals, two assists), while Zach Oliveri stopped nine shots.

Penn 8, No. 17 Harvard 7 (OT): Kevin Brown notched the game-winner at 2:38 in overtime to seal an exciting win for the Quakers. Penn rallied to force overtime after trailing Harvard, 8-6, halfway through the final frame. Peter Schwartz paced the Crimson with three points on two goals and one assist and Jake Gambitsky deflected 10 shots.

Williams 10, Colby 7: Andy Grabowski recorded a hat trick and Conor Roddy registered two goals and three assists as the Ephs defeated the Mules at Cole Field in Williamstown.

Bard 8, Regis 7 (3OT): Billy Stewart‘s marker with 49 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter helped Regis force an extra session, but it was Henry Blosfelds that secured the win for the Raptors in the third overtime period. The Pride trailed Bard, 6-2, heading into the third quarter and outscored the Raptors, 5-1, during the final 30 minutes. Peter Leighton paced the Pride with two goals and two assists, while Breandan Crane stopped 18 shots.   

Endicott 14, Salve Regina 8: Kyle Weber‘s goal at 13:27 in the first initiated a 7-0 run, which helped the Gulls secure the lead for good. Weber netted two goals, while Nick Pinciaro recorded four points on three goals and one assist.

Emmanuel 12, Becker 6: Tony Cibelli finished with one goal and three helpers, while Kaile MacLean-Daley notched a hat trick as the Saints defeated the Hawks in Boston. Myles White and Blake Boutiette each netted two goals for Becker.  

Women’s Lacrosse:

Princeton 15, Harvard 6: Marisa Romeo and Audrey Todd each recorded two goals, but it wasn’t enough to help the Crimson, which trailed the Tigers 8-3 at the break.

Williams 10, Colby 9 (2OT): Rebecca McGovern recorded three goals, including one in each overtime session, which helped the Ephs earn an important road win. Bridget Malicki finished with two goals for Williams, while Ali Piltch turned away nine shots. 

Endicott 15, Salve Regina 7: Kirsten Thor jumpstarted a 9-1 run for the Gulls, which helped Endicott secure a road win in Rhode Island. Thor finished with two tallies and Callie Murphy recorded a team-high seven points on five goals and two assists.

WNE 14, Roger Williams 12: Shelby Trebbe netted four goals on five shots and Kaitlynn Stevens recorded four points on three goals and one assist as the Golden Bears extended its current winning streak to 12 games.

Mass. College Lax: Saturday Afternoon Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

There were a variety of contests this afternoon and below are the scores and outcomes.

Men’s Lacrosse

Endicott 26, Nichols 8: Mitchell Tapley paced the Gulls with four tallies, while Kyle Webber netted a hat trick. Anthony Verville led the Bison with four goals.

Tufts 21, Conn. College 13: Chris Schoenhut led the Jumbos with seven tallies, while Cole Bailey recorded 11 points (three goals, eight assists) as Tufts defeated the Camels and improved to 7-1.

Springfield 13, Wheaton 5: Bryce Serriello paced the Pride with four goals, while Dom Roberto, Ryon Lynch and Dylan Sheehan each recorded two tallies as Springfield defeated the Lyons in its NEWMAC opener. Barrett Jenness led Wheaton with a hat trick.

Middlebury 8, Amherst 7: Jack Rautiola’s final goal, his third of the contest, provided the Panthers with the lead for good as Middlebury defeated the Lord Jeffs in Vermont. Amherst’s Kane Haffey and Devin Acton combined for five points.

Mitchell 11, Regis 10: The Pride’s five-game winning streak concluded in Connecticut as Regis’ comeback fell short following back-to-back man-up goals from Peter Leighton and Chris Campbell. Leighton led the Pride with four goals, while Billy Stewart netted a hat trick.

Rivier 6, Becker 5: Tom Johnson‘s lone goal with 3:50 remaining the fourth quarter proved to be the difference as the Raiders defeated the Hawks in Leicester. Myles White and John DeAngelis each netted two goals for Becker.

Women’s Lacrosse

Maryland 10, Boston College 9: Erin Collins‘ second goal of the contest provided the Terps with the lead for good as Maryland edged the Eagles at College Park. Sarah Mannelly paced the Eagles with four points (three goals, one assist), while Covie Stanwick and Mikaela Rix each netted two goals.

Adelphi 10, Stonehill 4: The Panthers raced out to 6-1 lead and never looked back as they defeated the Skyhawks and earned its ninth consecutive win. Stonehill, which is 4-4 overall and 3-2 in NE-10 play, received goals from Rebecca MathesonKelsey Shannahan and Mikayla Couch.

Amherst 11, Middlebury 10: Elizabeth Ludlow‘s goal with 3:35 remaining in the second half lifted the Jeffs past the Panthers in Amherst. Mia HaughtonDevin O’ConnorKrista Zsitvay and Meghan Mills each netted two goals in the win.

Endicott 17, Nichols 3: Callie Murphy recorded three goals and three assists, while Ryan Socolow picked up her seventh win between the pipes as the Gulls defeated the Bison in Dudley. Nichols’ Alexa Smith record two goals.

Springfield 17, MIT 4: Connie Nielsen netted a team-high four, while Michelle DorseyEmily RodgersEmily Fowler and Kelly Gallo each recorded hat tricks as the Pride defeated the Engineers in Springfield. Isabella DiDio paced MIT with two tallies.

Tufts 11, Conn. College 9: Gabby Horner and Caroline Ross combined for seven goals, while Rachel Gallimore turned away five shots as the Jumbos defeated the Camels in Connecticut.