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Mass. College Lax: NCAA Championship Weekend Schedule

By NoontimeSports.com 

The final weekend of the college lacrosse season is upon us.

Two local squads – Amherst College (women’s lacrosse) and Tufts University (men’s lacrosse) – along with a handful of Division I, II and III teams will be competing for national championships over the next few days. Below this weekend’s schedule, which does include non-Massachusetts teams, too.

Men’s Division I Schedule (Games on ESPN2, both Saturday & Monday):

* Denver vs. Duke, 1 p.m. (Semifinal) Saturday, May 24

* Maryland vs. Notre Dame, 3:30 p.m. (Semifinal) Saturday, May 24

* Denver/Duke vs. Maryland/Notre Dame, 1 p.m. (Championship), Monday, May 26

Men’s Division II Schedule (Watch on NCAA.com):

* LIU Post vs. Limestome, 4 p.m. (Championship) Sunday, May 25  

Men’s Division III Schedule (Watch on NCAA.com):

* Tufts vs. Salisbury, 1 p.m. (Championship) Sunday, May 25

Women’s Division I Schedule (Watch on ESPN3 & ESPNU):

* Virginia vs. Syracuse, 5 p.m. (Semifinal) Friday, May 23

* Northwestern vs. Maryland, 7:30 p.m. (Semifinal) Friday, May 23

* Virginia/Syracuse vs. Northwestern/Maryland, 8:30 p.m. (Championship) Sunday, May 25  (Game will be on ESPNU)

Women’s Division III Schedule:

* Trinity (Conn.) vs. SUNY Cortland, 1 p.m. (Semifinal) Saturday, May 24

* Amherst vs. Salisbury, 4 p.m. (Semifinal) Saturday, May 24

* Trinity/SUNY Cortland vs. Amherst/Salisbury, 2:30 p.m. (Championship) Sunday, May 25

Quick Note: The Division II Women’s Lacrosse Championship was decided last weekend as Adelpi capped a perfect season by defeating Lock Haven, 7-5. Adelphi concluded the regular season 21-0.   

Mass. College Lax: Saturday Afternoon Roundup

By Matt Noonan 

It was a gorgeous Saturday for lacrosse and below are various scores and game summaries.

Men’s Lacrosse

No. 1 Loyola 15, Boston University 6: Alex Paroda‘s first goal in the opening session provided the Terriers with its only lead before the Greyhounds responded with a 4-0 run, which provided them the lead for good. BU’s Cal Dearth finished with two points (one goal, one assist), while Tyler Zickel recorded 14 saves.

Merrimack 11, Pace 10 (OT): Andrew Vivian‘s second goal at 1:08 in overtime sealed a road win for the Warriors. Vivian finished with three points on two goals and one assist. Dom Madonna finished the contest with a season-best 17 stops.

Bentley 8, Assumption 7 (OT): Cutler Dimond‘s strike with 3:26 remaining in overtime provided the Falcons with an exciting win in Waltham. Diamond recorded three points on two goals and one assist, while David Phelps netted a hat trick. Peter Gersbeck paced Assumption with a hat trick. 

Tufts 25, Amherst 12: John Uppgren recorded five goals and two assists and Beau Wood registered four goals and three helpers as the Jumbos defeated the Lord Jeffs in Medford. Aaron Mathias netted four goals for Amherst, while Quinn Moroney recorded two goals and three assists

Women’s Lacrosse:

No. 6 Boston College 20, Virginia 9: Covie Stanwick and Mikaela Rix recorded a game-high six points to lead the Eagles past the Hokies in Newton.

LIU Post 11, Stonehill 9: Kelsey Shannahan netted a hat trick and Brooke Rudden recorded three points on one gold and two assists, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Skyhawks to a non-conference win.

Bentley 11, Assumption 8: Taylor Lunden sparked a 5-0 run in the second half that pushed the Falcons ahead for good. Bentley received four goals from Ellie Shuman, while Assumption’s Amy McNeil netted a game-high and season-high seven tallies.

Amherst 15, Tufts 9: The Lord Jeffs extended their current winning streak to 11 as they defeated the Jumbos in Amherst and improved to 8-0 in NESCAC play. Krista Zsitvay paced Amherst with five goals on five shots, while Tufts’ Caroline Ross finished with four tallies.

Mass. College Lax: Wednesday Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

It was another busy day in the college lacrosse world and below is a few outcomes and summaries.

Men’s Lacrosse:

Merrimack 11, LIU Post 10: Jamie Shand netted back-to-back goals at 4:58 and 2:43 in the fourth quarter, which provided the Warriors with an 11-8 lead. However, Merrimack’s defense was tested down the stretch as the unit yielded two additional markers before the final horn sounded Shand finished with a hat trick, while Dom Madonna picked up his third win between the pipes.

Women’s Lacrosse:

BC 11, Holy Cross 5: Mikaela Rix paced the Eagles with three goals and one assist (four points) as Boston College defeated Holy Cross in Newton. BC’s Moira Barry also registered a hat trick in the win, while Holy Cross received two tallies from Kate Martino.

BU 19, UNH 9: Elizabeth Morse connected on five of seven shots for five goals as the Terriers defeated the Wildcats in Boston. BU’s Caroline Meegan and Christina Sheridan combined for nine stops, while Kelsey Marafioti and Becca Church each netted hat tricks.

Harvard 12, Vanderbilt 8: Marissa Romeo scored a game-high six goals as the Crimson defeated the Commodores in Cambridge. Harvard’s Kelly Weis finished with 10 stops.

Stonehill 17, Southern New Hampshire 5: Lizzie Lane’s marker at 23:44 in the opening session jumpstarted a 4-0 run for the Skyhawks, which pushed the hosts ahead for good as Stonehill picked up its fifth win of the season. Lane finished with two goals, while Kelsey Shannahan recorded a game-high six tallies.

Mass. College Hoops: Bentley Wins East Regional, Advances To Elite Eight (VIDEO)

By NoontimeSports.com 

For the third time in four years, Bentley University’s women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Division 2 Elite Eight as the Falcons topped LIU Post, 83-62, in Waltham on Monday evening.

The win, which secured the Falcons a spot in the next round, also tied the school record for its longest winning streak. The Falcons are currently 32-0.

Jacqui Brugliera recorded a double-double of 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Courtney Finn and Lauren Battista combined for 28 points, nine boards, seven assists and one block. Bentley converted 30 of 59 shots and sank 17 of 23 attempts at the free throw line.

Bentley will return to the hardwood next Tuesday, March 25 when they travel to Erie, Pennsylvania to face Drury, tip-off is slatted for 8:30 p.m.

Below is a highlight package, which was produced by Pack Network from last night’s tilt.

Mass. College Hoops: Saturday Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com  

Here are Saturday’s scores and highlights.

Men’s Basketball 

Florida State 60, No. 22 UMass 55: The 10-game winning streak came to a screeching halt as the Minutemen converted 1 of 15 shots from beyond the arc, while going 14 of 24 from the charity stripe. Derrick Gordon led UMass with a team-high 12 points, while Chaz Williams and Cady Lalanne netted 10 points, respectively.

Boston University 83, Maryland 77: D.J. Irving registered a game-best 25 points, along with two assists and two steals as the Terriers defeated Maryland on the road.

Holy Cross 74, NJIT 55: Malcolm Miller scored a game-high 18 points, as well as registered nine rebounds, seven blocks, three assists and one steal, which helped the Crusaders cruise to their sixth win of the season.

Harvard 74, Vermont 68: Siyani Chambers poured in 27 points in 39 minutes, while Kyle Casey netted 11 points as the Crimson defeated the Catamounts in Cambridge.

Northeastern 62, Milwaukee 59: The Huskies six-game skid came to an end this evening as Northeastern rallied to earn its third win of the season. Scott Eatherton finished with a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Bentley 99, Golden-Beacom 65: Tyler McFarland connected on 8 of 14 shots from the field, including two triples for game-high 18 points as the Falcons soared to their eighth win of the season.

Women’s Basketball

Harvard 60, Hofstra 41: Temi Fagbenle registered a double-double of 15 points and 15 rebounds, while Erin McDonnell poured in a team-high 17 points as the Crimson defeated Hofstra to earn its eighth win of the season.

Bentley 71, LIU Post 59: Jen Gemma scored a team-high 20 points and recorded 12 caroms in 17 minutes, which helped the Falcons defeat the Pioneers. With the win, Bentley improves to 11-0 and remains the number one-ranked team in the USA TODAY Sports/ WBCA Division II poll.

Assumption 80, Bloomfield 70: Shannon Ray netted a game-high 17 points, as well as recorded five boards, four assists and one steal in the Hounds’ seventh victory of the season.

AIC 76, Chestnut Hill 52: Krista Ferrentino scored 16 points and recorded six boards, one assists and one steal in the Yellow Jackets’ seventh win of the season.

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