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D3 Lacrosse: Players To Watch In Rhode Island In 2019


Jared Grier enjoyed a successful first season with Roger Williams and will certainly be a player to watch this spring. (PHOTO COURTESY:

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

Our D3 Lacrosse preseason coverage keeps on rolling with a trip to the Ocean State to highlight some student-athletes to watch this season at Johnson & WalesRoger Williams, and Salve Regina.

Revisit a few other New England D3 Lacrosse Players to Watch list:

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Men's Lacrosse vs University of New England

Pat Leary enjoyed a very successful first season with Salve Regina last spring. (PHOTO COURTESY: Salve Regina Athletics)

Rhode Island Men’s D3 Lacrosse Team

Ben Farrell (Midfield) Johnson & Wales  Baltimore, Md.
Stephen Gregg (Midfield) Johnson & Wales  Woolwich, N.J.
Brad Kretz (Attack) Johnson & Wales  Sandy Hook, Conn.
Jared Grier (Attack) Roger Williams Quincy, Mass. 
Harrison Levesque (FO/M) Roger Williams 

Ridgefield, Conn.

Tim Mullane (Attack) Roger Williams 

Hanover, Mass.

Weston Nolan (Goalie) Roger Williams

Falmouth, Maine

Pat Leary (Attack) Salve Regina 

Wakefield, Mass.

Brendan Kelly (Midfield) Salve Regina 

Long Beach, N.Y.

Ethan Robson (Midfield) Salve Regina 

Lincoln, R.I.

Maria Patane (6)

Maria Patane will attempt to lead Johnson & Wales to a conference title this spring. (PHOTO COURTESY: Johnson & Wales Athletics)

Rhode Island Women’s D3 Lacrosse Team

Dani Lydecker (Attack) Johnson & Wales  Valley Cottage, N.Y.
Marley Medina (Midfield) Johnson & Wales 

South Hadley, Mass.

Maria Patane (Midfield) Johnson & Wales 

Greenwich, N.Y.

Allison Pazienski (Midfield) Johnson & Wales  New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Shayne Rivard (Attack) Roger Williams

Easton, Conn.

Devon Sarazin (Attack)

Roger Williams 

Falmouth, Maine

Emily Stoeppel (Midfield) Roger Williams

Brookfield, Conn.

Kiley Anderson (Midfield) Salve Regina 

East Greenwich, R.I.

Christina Myers (Goalie) Salve Regina River Edge, N.J.
Maddie Villareal (Attack) Salve Regina 

Portsmouth, R.I.

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D3 Lacrosse: Players To Watch In Colorado In 2019


By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @Noontime_Lax 

A brand new season of Colorado D3 Lacrosse is set to commence shortly, which means its time to unveil our very first Noontime Sports D3 Lacrosse Players to Watch in Colorado preseason teams.

Similar to our initial state team – that would be California, FYI – our teams highlight 10 men and women’s lacrosse players to watch in Colorado this spring.

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Men’s D3 Lacrosse Players to Watch 

Coby Petau (Attack) Colorado College Highlands Ranch, CO
Parker Woo (Midfield) Colorado College Seattle, WA
Tyler Borko (Midfield) Colorado College Atlanta, GA
Aaron Maslow (Midfield) Colorado College Needham, Mass.
John Sutro (Attack) Colorado College Kentfield, Calif.
Ben Schwaeber (F/O) Colorado College Westport, Conn. 
Andrew Harwood (Goalie) Colorado College Bronxville, N.Y. 
Deshaunte Longley (Attack) Johnson & Wales  Bronx, N.Y.
Casey Carrigan (Midfield) Johnson & Wales Littleton, CO

Women’s D3 Lacrosse Players to Watch 

Eva King (Attack) Colorado College Baltimore, MD
Allie Thuet (Attack) Colorado College Glenview, Ill. 
Ellie Meyer (Midfield) Colorado College  Park City, UT
Nikki Blair (Attack) Colorado College East Greenwich, R.I. 
Lauren Pejza (Midfield) Colorado College Orinda, Calif
Robin Hilderman (Midfield) Colorado College Bainbridge Island, WA
Alena Stern (Goalie) Colorado College Kings Mountain, Calif
Carolina Keller (Midfield) Colorado College Riverside, Conn. 
Katie Smith (Mid/Def.) Johnson & Wales  Livermore, Calif. 
Ashley Guerrero Johnson & Wales  Downey, Calif. 

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D3 Hoops: 10 Games To Watch (Jan. 18th-20th)

10 Games Jan 2019

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @Noontime_Hoops

Welcome to Friday, everyone!

A new weekend means a brand new edition of 10 Games to Watch, so let’s dish out some New England D3 basketball games to follow, watch or attend over the next few days.

Last week, we finished 7-3, which is not, but we know we can do better – we hold ourselves to high standards! Our overall record now for picks this winter is 35-15.

MCLA at Trinity College (WBB) | (Friday, Jan. 18th at 5 p.m.): The Bantams have rebounded from a difficult setback one week ago against Bowdoin with back-to-back wins over Colby and Western New England. Look for their recent momentum to continue on Friday. PREDICTION: Trinity College 

SUNY Canton at Husson (WBB) | (Friday, Jan. 18th at 7:30 p.m.): The Eagles should be fired-up for this one as a victory against the Kangaroos would provide coach Kissy Walker with her 500th win on the sidelines. PREDICTION: Husson University

Chicago at Brandeis University (MBB) | (Friday, Jan, 18th at 8 p.m.): The Maroons are one of the best teams in the Judges’ conference, so this will be a real test for Brandeis, which looks to win its 10th game of the season. PREDICTION: Chicago 

Babson College at Springfield College (WBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 10 a.m.): This could be a potential conference championship preview, so make sure to wake up early, grab your coffee and watch two talented teams compete for 40 minutes. PREDICTION: Springfield College 

Middlebury College at Williams College (MBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 1 p.m.): Sometimes you need just a little home cooking. Look for the Ephs to bounce back from their initial loss earlier this week on the road in Amherst with a win over the Panthers in Williamstown on Saturday. PREDICTION: Williams 

Babson College at MIT (MBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 2 p.m.): This is almost a must-win for the Engineers, who will attempt to derail the Beavers’ current momentum, which dates back to last month with a 74-65 win over Catholic. Look for a big game from Babson’s Brandon Jackson, who recorded a double-double earlier this week in his team’s sixth-straight win over Wheaton. PREDICTION: Babson College 

Saint Joseph’s (ME) at Johnson & Wales (MBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 2 p.m.): Both teams need a win to keep pace with Emmanuel and Suffolk. PREDICTION: Johnson & Wales 

Tufts University at Bates College (MBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 3 p.m.): After falling to Williams last Friday, the Jumbos bounced back with an impressive win over Middlebury. Will their momentum continue one week later up at Bates? We’ll find out! PREDICTION: Tufts University 

Bridgewater State at Framingham State (WBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 3 p.m.): After suffering a heartbreaker the other night to Westfield State, coach Walter Paschal‘s Rams should find a way to bounce back against the Bears of Bridgewater State. PREDICTION: Framingham State 

WPI at Clark University (MBB) | (Saturday, Jan. 19th at 3 p.m.): This is a rivalry game, which should favor the Engineers once the final horn sounds. WPI has won three-straight since starting conference play with back-to-back losses to Babson and MIT. PREDICTION: WPI 

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Noontime Sports D3 Men’s New England Hockey Top 10 (Nov. 19th)


By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimePuck

The fourth week of the New England D3 Hockey season has officially concluded, which means it is time for us to dish out our latest Men’s Top 10 Poll!

Trinity College enjoyed a successful start to its 2018-19 campaign by outscoring Connecticut College and Tufts University by a combined score of 7-0. Sophomore Nichols Fiorentino registered four points on three goals and one assist in his team’s first two contests, while junior Barclay Gammill added two goals.

This week, the Bantams visit Nazareth on Tuesday before returning to the ice this weekend with home dates against Aurora and Saint Anselm. The Bantams will then cap their first month of play next Friday, November 30th with a home game against Hamilton College, which is one of three teams ‘on the rise.’

After skating to a 2-2 tie earlier this month, Babson College has appeared unstoppable, winning some important conference games, including a pair this weekend against Johnson & Wales and Suffolk University. Five different skaters located the back of the net for Babson, while first-year Ryan Black registered two assists.

Finally, Williams College capped its first weekend with two important wins, including a 4-3 win over Colby College last Saturday, which saw senior Marcus Mollica record two goals, including the go-ahead (and eventual game-winner) on the power play in the third period.

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Noontime Sports New England D3 Men’s Ice Hockey Poll (Nov. 19th, 2018) 

1. Trinity College

2-0, 2-0 NESCAC

2. Salve Regina 

4-1-1, 4-1-1 CCC

3. University of New England 

5-1, 5-1 CCC

4. UMass Boston 

7-0, 6-0 NEHC

5. Babson College

6-0-1, 5-0-1 NEHC

6. Williams College

2-0, 2-0 NESCAC

7. Norwich University

2-2-1, 2-2 NEHC

8. Plymouth State 

6-0-1, 3-0-1 MASCAC

9. Nichols College

5-1, 5-1 CCC

10. Colby College 

0-2, 0-2 NESCAC

ON THE RISE: Endicott College (3-3-1, 3-3 CCC), Hamilton College (1-0-1, 1-0) and Wesleyan University (2-0, 2-0) 


Noontime Sports D3 Men’s Basketball Preseason Poll (Nov. 6th, 2018)


By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @Noontime_Hoops 

A brand new season of New England D3 hoops is set to tip-off next week, which means its time to unveil our first Noontime Sports New England D3 Men’s Basketball Top 10 poll of the season.

Similar to last year, our poll will be produced every Monday throughout the season with the help of our Noontime Basketball committee, which is made-up of coaches, athletic communication offices and media members in the six New England states.

So, without further ado, here is our first poll of the 2018-19 season – welcome back, basketball!

Noontime Sports D3 New England Men’s Basketball Poll | Nov. 6th, 2018 

1. MIT

2. Williams College 

3. Hamilton College

4. Springfield College 

5. Middlebury College

6. Keene State 

7. Endicott College

8. Nichols College

9. Tufts University 

10. Eastern Connecticut

On The Rise: Albertus Magnus, Amherst College, Bowdoin College, Johnson & Wales, Salem State, Wesleyan University and WPI 

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