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 Football: Afternoon Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

Here are the scores from today’s afternoon contests. 

* Harvard 34, Columbia 0 

* Lehigh 34, Holy Cross 20 

* Assumption 37, LIU Post 27 

* New Haven 54, Bentley 10 

* Stonehill 26, Merrimack 14 

* AIC 33, So. Conn. 14 

* Becker 20, Castleton 3

* Gallaudet 35, Anna Maria 7

* SUNY Maritime 16, Mount Ida 7

* Springfield 35, RPI 28

* WPI 31, Rochester 21 

* Westfield State 38, Worcester State 20 

* Mass. Maritime 46, Plymouth State 44

* Framingham State 35, Bridgewater State 28 

* Fitchburg State 25, UMass Dartmouth 20 

* Curry 34, Nichols 13 

* Amherst 20, Williams 7 

* Middlebury 52, Tufts 10 

Mass. College Football: Afternoon Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

Here are the results from Saturday’s early contest.

(QUICK NOTE: We will have the later contests posted as soon as they go final).

* Princeton 51, Harvard 48 (3OT)

* Lafayette 41, Holy Cross 23

* Western Michigan 31, UMass 30

* North Carolina 34, Boston College 10

* Stonehill 38, LIU Post 28

* AIC 41, St. A’s 21

* Merrimack 40, Bentley 34

* Assumption 55, Pace 21

* Mount Ida 36, Becker 25

* Merchant Marine 26, WPI 14

* Mass. Maritime 34, UMass Dartmouth 21

* Framingham State 41, Plymouth State 9

* Bridgewater State 26, Westfield State 20

* West Conn. 55, Worcester State 35

* Springfield 21, St. Lawrence 20

* Maine Maritime 63, Nichols 52

* Endicott 33, Coast Guard 7

* MIT 17, WNE 14

* Amherst 17, Tufts 7

* Williams 24, Hamilton 0

Mass. College Football: Week Four Honor Roll

By NoontimeSports.com 

With the fourth week of the college football season in the books, it’s time to unveil this week’s Noontime Sports Honor Roll.

Conner Hempel (Harvard) – In his first-career start with the Crimson, the junior quarterback tossed four touchdowns in his team’s win against San Diego.

Roman SanDoval (Holy Cross) – Against Monmouth, SanDoval led the Crusaders with a game-best 11 tackles (nine solo).

Brian Harrington (Stonehill) – This week’s Northeast-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Week, led the Skyhawks defense with 17 total tackles (nine solo), one tackle for a loss and a forced fumble.

Kevin Arduino (American International) – The junior gunslinger finished his team’s contest with five touchdowns, four through the air, one on the ground against Pace on Saturday.

Matt Pedone (Assumption College) – The senior halfback from Holden, posted a career-high 187 rushing yards on 26 carries. He rushed for two scores in his team’s setback to Stonehill on Friday.

Danny Guadagnoli (Bentley) – Against LIU Post, the Framingham native threw for four touchdowns and 381 yards, both career-bests.

Logan Meyer (Stonehill) – The senior gunslinger helped the Skyhawks to their second victory of the season by completing 27-of-49 passes for 372 yards and five touchdowns.

Nate Robitaille (Stonehill) – The Attleboro native hauled in a career-best 13 passes for a career-high 190 yards and two touchdowns.

Chris Walsh (Bentley) – The sophomore wide receiver had his best game in a Falcons uniform as he caught five passes for 136 yards, which included a 65-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter that tied the game at 24.

Andrew Holfinger (Endicott) – This week’s New England Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week recorded a team-best 11 tackles, four tackles for a loss of 15 yards and one-and-a-half sacks.  

Mike McCarthy (Bridgewater State) – Against Worcester State on Friday evening, the Martha’s Vineyard native accounted for six touchdowns (five passing, one running). He led all rushers with 98 yards on 22 carries.

Matthew Green (Bridgewater State) – This week’s Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week hauled six passes for a career-high 202 yards and a school-record five touchdowns.

Melikke Van Alstyne (Framingham State) – The senior halfback rushed for 192 yards on 30 carries for one score, as well as hauled in three catches for 23 yards and one touchdown.

Mike Stanton (Mass. Maritime) – Completed 22-of-28 passes for 357 yards and pair of touchdowns of 36 and 33 yards as Buccaneers claimed third straight Admiral’s Cup with 52-18 victory at Maine Maritime.

Phillip Nwosu (Amherst College) – The senior kicker recorded 11 points, three field goals and two extra points in the Lord Jeffs’ first win of the season against Hamilton.

Mass. College Football: Saturday Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

The second weekend of college football occurred this afternoon and below are the outcomes.

* Maine 24, UMass 14

* Towson 49, Holy Cross 7 

* Bentley 17, Mercyhurst 16 

* Bloomsburg 41, Stonehill 13 

* Bryant 34, Assumption 7

* Worcester State 34, Anna Maria 6

* Salve Regina 36, Bridgewater State 7

* Springfield 49, Western New England 40

* Framingham State 35, Endicott 23

* MIT 28, Pomona-Pitzer 26