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D3 Lacrosse: New England D3 Men’s Midseason Team

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

The 2019 New England Division III lacrosse season has slowly past the midway point, which means its time to unveil our Noontime Sports Men’s Midseason Teams (first and second).

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New England D3 Men’s Lacrosse | First Team

Evan Wolf 

Amherst College 

Wynnewood, Pa.
Chad Simons  Amherst College  Warren, N.J. 
Matt Solberg  Amherst College  East Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Matt Chlastawa Bates College  Westfield, Mass. 
Riley McNulty  Coast Guard Academy Arnold, Md.
Danny Murphy  Tufts University Hauppauge, N.Y.
Kyle Helfrich  Tufts University  North Andover, Mass. 
Max Waldbaum Tufts University  Denver, Colo.
Carter Hawthorne Wesleyan University Massapequa, N.Y.
Otto Bohan Wesleyan University  Westlake, Ohio

New England D3 Men’s Lacrosse | Second Team 

Brendan Mullally Bates College Baltimore, Md.
Chris Rasco Clark University Huntington, N.Y.
PJ Kelleher  Conn. College  Walpole, Mass. 
 Derek Yannone  Endicott College  Lynnfield, Mass.
Benjamin Avakian Mass. Maritime Acad. Bourne, Mass. 
Eric Guinasso Rivier University Pelham, N.H.
Pat Leary  Salve Regina Wakefield, Mass. 
Ben Knaus  Trinity College Ross, Calif.
CJ Leighton   Wheaton College  Falmouth, Maine
Cory Lund Williams College El Segundo, Calif. 

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D3 Lacrosse: Players To Watch In Connecticut In 2019

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Wesleyan’s Allegra Grant will be a goalie to watch this spring between the pipes. (PHOTO COURTESY: Jonas Powell)

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax 

Our preseason D3 Lacrosse coverage continues with highlighting 20 players to watch in Connecticut today, including 10 men and women’s players from Coast Guard Academy, Connecticut College, Eastern Connecticut, Trinity College, Wesleyan University and Western Connecticut.

Similar to our Massachusetts team, our Connecticut team is powered by our friends from Zelos Athletics.

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Coast Guard Academy’s Riley McNulty will look to guide the Bears to a conference crown this spring. (PHOTO COURTESY: Brad Clift)

Connecticut Men’s D3 Lacrosse Team

Benner Geurtsen (Attack)

Coast Guard Academy

Rodman, N.Y.

Riley McNulty (Midfield)

Coast Guard Academy 

Annapolis, Md.

Trey Johnson (Goalie)

Coast Guard Academy

Millersville, Md.

Matthew Rougeot (Attack)

Eastern Connecticut 

Cheshire, Conn. 

Carter Hawthorne (Attack)

Wesleyan University

Massapequa, N.Y.

Christian Barker (Midfield)

Wesleyan University

Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Ronan Jacoby (Attack)

Wesleyan University

Glastonbury, Conn.

Otto Bohan (Goalie) 

Wesleyan University

Westlake, Ohio

Eric Caldwell (Attack)

Western Connecticut

East Moriches, N.Y.

Matthew Kolasinski (Defense)

Western Connecticut 

Smithtown, N.Y.

 


Connecticut Women’s D3 Lacrosse Team

Marietta Davis (Midfield)

Coast Guard Academy

Great Falls, Va.

Brenna Farrington (Midfield)

Coast Guard Academy

East Northport, N.Y.

Jamie Navoni (Midfield)

Connecticut College

Natick, Mass. 

Sophie Berger (Attack)

Trinity College

Bryn Mawr, Pa.

Abby Manning (Midfield)

Wesleyan University

Wilmington, Del.

Abigail Horst (Midfield) 

Wesleyan University

Pomfret, Conn.

Caroline Sgaglione (Defense)

Wesleyan University

Glen Head, N.Y.

Allegra Grant (Goalie)

Wesleyan University

Winnetka, Ill.

Lauren Bradshaw (Midfield)

Western Connecticut

Bethel, Conn.

Brooke Baldelli (Attack)

Western Connecticut

New Fairfield, Conn. 


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D3 Lacrosse: Wesleyan Wins First-Ever NCAA Championship

fP0ILBHzBy NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

For the first-time in school history, the Wesleyan University men’s lacrosse team captured the national crown, defeating Salisbury University, 8-6, on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium in the 2018 NCAA Division III championship.

Harry Stanton capped his impressive four-year career with the Red and Black by netting a pair of goals, while setting-up his team’s final marker late in the third quarter, which provided Wesleyan with an 8-4 lead heading into the final session.

Wesleyan’s defense limited Salisbury to just a pair of goals during the final 15 minutes, while Otto Bohan halted the rally with his final save with 13 seconds remaining.

Bohan concluded the contest with 11 stops – he also ended the season with an impressive 17-2 record between the pipes.

The Cardinals secured a 4-0 lead to begin the game, thanks to goals from Stanton and Carter Hawthorne before Salisbury halted the short spurt with a Zach Pompea strike with two seconds remaining. Salisbury would close the gap with back-to-back markers in the second quarter from Corey Gwin before Stanton netted his final goal with 3:07 remaining in the stanza to provide Wesleyan with a 5-3 lead at the break.

Salisbury would again pull within one goal early in the third as Josh Melton buried a feed from Pierre Armstrong before Taylor Ghesquiere jumpstarted a three-goal run with 8:52 remaining in the session that helped the Cardinals enter the final stanza with an 8-4 advantage.

Wesleyan, which concludes its season at 19-3 overall, scored five impressive postseason wins this month, including a pair of victories against RIT and Tufts University to secure a match-up with the Sea Gulls. Wesleyan attempted to reach the finals last season, but saw their run conclude against the Tigers of RIT.