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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: Afternoon Roundup (#d3lax)

By NoontimeSports.com 

Here are a few scores and highlights from this afternoon’s Division 3 contests.

Men’s Lacrosse

Tufts 17, Wesleyan 11: John Uppgren and Cole Bailey each recorded five points on three goals and two assists, while Chris Schoenhut registered four points on three goals and one helper as the Jumbos defeated the Cardinals and remained undefeated in the current month. With the win, Tufts improves to 12-2 overall and 8-1 in NESCAC play.

Emmanuel 8, Lasell 7: Tony Cibelli‘s marker at 8:25 in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference as the Saints defeated the Lasers in Newton and finished its conference slate 10-0. Cibelli paced Emmanuel with two strikes, while Austin Lauzier turned away 14 of 21 shots. Andrew Suh paced Lasell with three points on two goals and one assist.

With the win, Emmanuel earned the top spot in the upcoming GNAC playoffs, which begins on Wednesday, April 23.

Endicott 18, Bowdoin 10: Sam Scoba‘s tally with 2:14 remaining in the opening stanza provided the Gulls with the lead for good as the Gulls soared past the Polar Bears in Beverley. Harrison Cotter led all players with eight points on seven goals and one assist, while Cameron Bell turned away 12 of 20 shots. 

WNE 14, UNE 9: Adam Knapton‘s man-up strike at 8:44 sparked a 5-0 run, which helped the Golden Bears pick up its sixth conference win. Knapton finished with six points on four goals and two assist.

Women’s Lacrosse

Lasell 18, Albertus Magnus 3: Jen LemoineBridget Doherty and Stefanie Welch each recorded hat tricks as the Lasers concluded its regular season slate with a victory over the Falcons. Lasell will return to action on Tuesday when they take on Rivier University in the first-round of the GNAC playoffs. The winner will face either Emmanuel or St. Joseph’s (Conn.) on Thursday in the semifinals.

Simmons 11, St, Joe’s (Maine): Greer Gilbert scored on a free position with 5:13 remaining in the second session as the Sharks defeated the Monks and closed out its regular season slate with a win. Gilbert recorded a team-high four goals in the win. Simmons will return to the turf on Tuesday when they travel to Norwich University to take on the Cadets in the first-round of the GNAC playoffs. The winner will meet St. Joe’s (Maine) or Johnson & Wales on Thursday, April 24. 

Amherst 13, Williams 6: Priscilla Tyler‘s goal at 26:48 in the second half jumpstarted an 8-0 run to seal the win as the Jeffs defeated the Ephs in Williamstown. Tyler finished with six points on five goals and one assist, while Williams received two tallies from Alyssa Amos

Tufts 7, Wesleyan 5: Kali DiGate initiated 4-0 run by recording a strike at 17:34 in the second half, which helped the Jumbos pick up an important conference road win. DiGate finished with two goals, while Caroline Ross registered three points on two strikes and one helper. 

Wheaton 14, Smith 7: Leila Mills netted four goals, Brooke Sabol recorded four points on three helpers and one marker as the Lyons defeated the Pioneers and earned the top seed for the NEWMAC playoffs. The Lyons will play the winner of Mount Holyoke-MIT next Saturday, April 26 in the semifinals at 12 p.m. Jessica Lillquist and Rachel Silveria both recorded hat tricks for Smith.

WNE 19, UNE 11: Taylor Scialdone recorded six goals and one helper, while Jessica Scannapieco registered four assists and three strikes as the Golden Bears picked up a conference road win and improved to 16-0 overall. This particular win also was WNE’s 22nd consecutive regular season victory (streak began last season).

Mass. College Lax: Thursday Roundup

By Matt Noonan 

Here are the scores and outcomes from this afternoon’s contests. Quick Note – there were no men’s contests today. 

Women’s Lacrosse

Boston College 13, USC 10: Moira Barry recorded a hat trick, while Brooke Blue and Mikaela Rix each netted two goals as the Eagles soared to their fifth win of the season.

Grand Valley State 13, Merrimack 3: Aubrie Stouffer registered two goals in the setback, while Kelly Metzger registered her first strike of the 2014 campaign.

Lasell 17, Curry 16 (2OT): Britney Wuorio‘s fourth goal of the contest — which came in the second overtime — secured the Lasers’ first victory of the season. Curry’s Haley Carey and Lasell’s Caitlyn Brecher led their respective squads with five goals apiece.

Gordon 15, Salem State 5: Anna Blomberg recorded a game-best five goals on eight shots as the Fighting Scots defeated the Vikings in their season-opener. Salem State’s Kelsey Russell registered a hat trick in the setback.

WNE 15, Bridgewater State 5: Taylor ScialdoneJessica Scannapieco and Shelby Trebbe each recorded hat tricks as the Golden Bears defeated the Bears and improved to 3-0. Bridgewater State’s Taylor Clancy recorded a hat trick in the setback.

Emerson 11, Salve Regina 4: Meredith Weber scored five goals, including her team’s final two tallies as the Lions defeated the Seahawks and improved to 2-0.

JWU 13, Regis 10: Grace Politis netted the Prides’ 10th goal with 4:17 remaining, but it didn’t spark a comeback for Regis. Politis netted a team-best five goals in the setback, while Sam Salamone recorded a hat trick.

Mass. College Lax: Wednesday Afternoon/Evening Scoreboard

By Matt Noonan 

It was another busy Wednesday in the college lacrosse world and below is various game summaries from this afternoon and evening.

Men’s Lacrosse:

Endicott 13, WNE 12 – Sam Ozycz won 27 of 28 face-offs and scooped up 26 ground balls, both career-highs as the Gulls defeated the Golden Bears and claimed the Commonwealth Coast Conference regular season crown. Endicott’s Nick Pinciaro led all players with four goals, while Western New England’s Ryan Marcus registered a hat trick.

Wheaton 7, MIT 4 – Matthew Hillman led all scorers with a hat trick, while teammate Billy McNamara finished with four points (one goal, three assists). Chris Cook led MIT with three points (two goals, one assist).

Women’s Lacrosse:

WNE 19, Endicott 17 – Taylor Scialdone netted six strikes, Kelsey Sherman recorded four helpers as the Golden Bears edged the Gulls and claimed the Commonwealth Coast Conference regular season crown. Holly Davis paced Endicott with seven goals, while Kelly Tierney finished with six assists.

Lasell 20, Mount Ida 8 – Ashley Slattery netted five goals with one assist, while Britney Wuorio and Bridget Doherty each recorded four strikes as the Lasers defeated the Mustangs in the first round of the GNAC tournament.

Norwich 9, Emerson 8 (2OT) – Grace Fitzpatrick’s fifth goal at 2:47 in the second overtime period lifted the Cadets past the Lions in Boston. Emerson’s Tayllar Righini finished with a hat trick.

Simmons 12, Rivier 10 – Rachel Wallace netted her second and third strikes during the final three minutes to lift the Sharks to victory. Simmons will face-off against Norwich on Friday in the GNAC semifinals.

St. Joseph’s (ME) 17, Emmanuel 9 – The Monks jumped out to a 9-3 lead and never looked back as they defeated the Saints in Scarborough, Maine. Kristen Tuleja led Emmanuel with four goals, while Alexia Basile registered a hat trick.

Babson 20, MIT 7 – Misha Beatty recorded eight points (five goals, three assists), while Rachel Secrist finished with six points (five goals, one assist) as the Beavers defeated the Engineers in the NEWMAC quarterfinal. MIT’s Kira Schott finished the contest with a hat trick. With the win, Babson advances to Saturday’s semifinal and will face-off against Wheaton at noon.

Mass. College Lax: Saturday Afternoon Roundup

Beau Wood jumpstarted a 7-0 run, which lifted Tufts past Amherst! (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for NoontimeSports.com)

Beau Wood jumpstarted a 7-0 run, which lifted Tufts past Amherst! (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for NoontimeSports.com)

By Matt Noonan 

It was a busy, but important Saturday for a lot of local teams that’re trying to secure spots for the upcoming conference tournaments and below is our roundup.

Men’s Lacrosse

Harvard 8, No. 14 Penn 7 (OT) – Murphy Vandervelde netted the game-winner 1:18 into overtime on a man-up to provide the Crimson their second consecutive win of the week. Vandervelde led all scorers with a hat trick, while Devin Dwyer finished with four points (one goals, three assists). With the win, Harvard improves to 6-6 overall and 2-2 in Ivy League play.  

No. 4 Merrimack 13, Pace 6 – Corey Lunney finished the contest with seven points (four goals, three assists) as the Warriors cruised to their eighth consecutive victory. Lunney’s seven points matches his effort from last weekend against Souther New Hampshire.

No. 4 Tufts 12, Amherst 8 – Beau Wood jumpstarted a 7-0 run at 6:44 in the first, which provided the Jumbos with the lead for good as Tufts topped Amherst and improved to 11-1 against the Lord Jeffs over the last 10 years. First-year Garrett Clarke netted his first collegiate strike at 11:50 in the fourth.

Endicott 15, Roger Williams 9 – Trailing the visiting Hawks, 7-6, at the break, the Gulls rallied to outscore the visitors, 9-2, during the final 30 minutes to secure their 10th win of the season. Harrison Cotter registered a team-best three tallies, while Jonathan Morgan and Chris Murphy each netted two goals.

UMass Boston 8, UMass Dartmouth 7 (OT) – Ryan McGoff scored seven seconds into the extra session as the Beacons defeated the Corsairs and earned their first Little East Conference win. Dom Fichera paced UMass Boston with five tallies, while UMass Dartmouth’s Adam Niden finished with a hat trick.

Women’s Lacrosse

No. 16 Princeton 11, Harvard 9 – Micaela Cyr registered a hat trick and one helper, but that wasn’t enough to lift the Crimson past the Tigers.

No. 1 LIU Post 15, No. 11 Stonehill 12 – The defending NCAA Division II champions fended off a second half rally by the Skyhawks to claim their 10th win of the season. Heather Sullivan recorded five goals in the setback, while Ashley Armstrong deflected 12 shots between the pipes.

Wheaton 10, Mount Holyoke 9 – Brooke Sabol recorded a season-best four goals, while Charlotte De Santis and Melanie Sharick each netted hat tricks as the Lyons earned their fifth conference win of the season.

No. 10 Amherst 6, No. 17 Tufts 5 – Marta Randall scored the game-winning strike with 13 seconds remaining to lift the visiting Lord Jeffs to victory. Caroline Ross led the Jumbos with two tallies.

Western New England 19, University of New England 18 – Taylor Scialdone registered a game-best nine points (six goals, three assists) as the Golden Bears edged the Nor’Easters in Springfield.