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Noontime Sports Men’s D3 Lacrosse Preseason Team

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports

A brand new NCAA Division III lacrosse season – here in New England, to be exact – is set to kick-off tomorrow. So, to get the 2017 season started, it is time to announce our Noontime Sports Men’s Lacrosse D3 Lacrosse Preseason Team!

Attack 

Colin Bannon (Endicott)

Austin Carbone (Tufts)

Graham Davis (MIT)

Michael Fahey (Williams)

Will Jennings (Endicott)

Brett Kujala (Bowdoin)

Sean Largay (New England Coll.)

Calvin Lee (UMass Boston)

Bryan Rotatori (Keene State)

Harris Stolzenberg (MIT)

Midfield 

Sam Carlin (Bowdoin)

Zach Cattaruzza (Babson)

AJ Core (Roger Williams)

Keegan Dudeck (Western New England)

Charlie Fay (Bates)

Jack Gould (Middlebury)

Justin Holl (Western New England)

Matthew LaCroix (Springfield)

Tommy Hughes (Endicott)

Zach Richman (Tufts)

Defense 

Chris Baglivi (Emmanuel)

Brendan Dooley (Springfield)

Tyler Hawley (Plymouth State)

Thomas Jenoski (Keene State)

Jack O’Donoghue (Babson)

Steven Patrie (Western New England)

Eric Rogers (Middlebury)

Trevor Ross (Eastern Conn. State)

Michael Ryan (Endicott)

David Sheehan (Lasell)

Goalie 

Will Ernst (Middlebury)

Peter Mumford (Bowdoin)

Jake Reynolds (Springfield)

Cody Tranbarger (Amherst)

Patrick Tynan (Western Conn. State)

New England D3Lax Notebook: Tufts’ Uppgren Makes History In 19-6 Win Over SUNY Cortland

Tufts senior John Uppgren became the third NCAA Division III lacrosse player to reach 400 career points. (Photo Credit: Lacrosse Magazine)

Tufts senior John Uppgren became the third NCAA Division III lacrosse player to reach 400 career points. (Photo Credit: Lacrosse Magazine)

By Matt Noonan 

Last Saturday was a historical day for Tufts senior John Uppgren, who became the third NCAA Division III men’s lacrosse player to record 400 career points.

Uppgren registered nine points on five goals and four assists as the Jumbos defeated SUNY Cortland, 19-6, in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

The senior attacker reached the 400-point mark when he located Zach Richman for a fourth quarter tally, which was part of a 14-1 run.

Prior to reaching 400 career points, Uppgren eclipsed the 100-point mark for the third consecutive season. He currently has 113 points on 60 goals and 53 assists.

The Jumbos will continue their march to Philadelphia when they host top-ranked Ithaca on Wednesday at Bello Field. The Bombers entered the tournament as the top team in the land, but the Jumbos received a higher seed before their initial postseason contests against Emmanuel.

Tufts or Ithaca will be the site of Sunday’s semifinal against the winner of Amherst-St. Lawrence.

Mass. College Lax Notebook: No. 3 Tufts Rolls Past No. 8 Endicott

Tufts' Cole Bailey recorded nine points this evening, netting five goals and dishing out four assists. (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan/NoontimeSports.com)

Tufts’ Cole Bailey recorded nine points this evening, netting five goals and dishing out four assists. (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan/NoontimeSports.com)

By Matt Noonan 

Third-ranked Tufts University scored an impressive win this evening, downing the eighth-ranked Endicott Colllege, 22-6, in Beverly.

Tufts’ Cole Bailey paced all scorers, including the Powder Blue and White with nine points on five goals and four assists. John Uppgren contributed four goals and four helpers.

Will Jennings led the Gulls with four goals, Kyle Weber netted one marker and Colin Bannon registered one goal and one assist in the setback.

Eight consecutive goals in the opening frame helped the Jumbos secure the lead for good. Uppgren commenced the 8-0 run by locating Zach Richman, who buried the feed past Endicott’s Cameron Bell. Jennings netted a pair in the second for Endicott, including a man-up goal, but the Jumbos countered, netting three consecutive tallies to secure a 13-4 cushion at the break.

Bell turned away 10 of 29 shots and Tufts’ Alex Salazar deflected 16 of 21 attempts. The Jumbos won the battle of the ground balls, scooping 54 grounders, while converting 22 of 25 clear attempts. Conor Helfrich and Ryan Le combined for 21 face-off victories.

Western New England halted Roger Williams’ eight-game winning streak by defeating the Hawks in Springfield, 11-4. Jon Bota led the Golden Bears with a hat trick, Justin Bard and Patrick Dillon netted a pair, and Brandon Body turned away 13 shots between the pipes.

Tim Kelly sliced the four-goal deficit for the visiting Hawks in the second quarter before teammate Jon Gomer brought Roger Williams within one goal at 8:53 in the third quarter. Western New England – leading 4-3 – stretched its advantage with a four-goal run, spanning the third and fourth quarters to push ahead for good.

Trailing 5-2 at the break, the Mount Ida Mustangs rallied with seven third quarter goals to secure an important Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) victory over visiting Lasell College. Mount Ida’s Jon Berry paced the Mustangs with five points on four goals and one assist, while Lucas Stralka dished out a trio of assists. Casey Sullivan led the Lasers with a hat trick and three helpers.

With the victory, the Mustangs find themselves a spot behind first-place Emmanuel College. The Saints, who are 7-0 in conference play, defeated St. Joseph’s College (Maine) in Boston this afternoon by a score of 12-4. Tony Cibelli led the Saints with four goals and one assist.

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