Hopkins Defeats the Mount 17-2

April 15, 2014

Emmitsburg, Maryland–Johns Hopkins had a quick turnaround after their win against Maryland and took on Mount St. Mary’s.  The match up was rescheduled from early March due to inclement weather.  The team played a methodical pace and capitalized on their opportunities en route to a first half lead of 8-0. Hopkins opened the scoring with senior Rob Guida scoring his first at the 8:34 mark of the first quarter.  Sophomore…


Rivalry Week: Stevenson Battles Salisbury

April 14, 2014

As Villa Julie College changed its name to Stevenson University, this rivalry has been an epic clash of titans in Division III lacrosse.  As Stevenson Coach Paul Cantabene had always proclaimed, “we want what they have.”  Born was a rivalry that has been a treat for fans to watch ever since, even though both coaches downplay the game as a “rivalry.”   Both these teams offer excitement all over the…


Syracuse Wins Thriller Against UNC 11-10

April 13, 2014

Syracuse, New York – Syracuse University overcame an early and late deficit to advance the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament with an overtime win against North Carolina.  In a game that many had been waiting nearly twenty years to see again, Syracuse tied it late and won on captain Billy Ward’s goal in the second overtime.   UNC midfielder Chad Tutton started off the scoring quickly, scoring within the first minute…


Strong Defense Propels Hopkins to Victory

April 13, 2014

Baltimore, Maryland – On a beautiful day for Hopkins to host their 2014 Homecoming, the Blue Jays defense held Maryland to six goals in their 11-6 win.  Long possessions that ended with timely goals also helped Hopkins grind the Maryland offense.  Maryland is preparing for the ACC Tournament while Hopkins is preparing for three more games in eleven days.   The pace of the game ran fast with both teams…


Check-In: Chesapeake Bayhawks

April 9, 2014

Chesapeake held its first pre season camp this weekend in Annapolis.  Even though it was a little chilly, the team was having fun and spirited first workout.  The team is coming into this summer looking for their third championship in three years.   Due to some National Lacrosse League players not in attendance, the team was not in full strength.  There were some pieces missing as Brian Megill, Drew Westervelt,…


NCAA Tournament Preview

April 6, 2014

The college lacrosse season is going strong and the next two weeks will be deciding a lot for the futures of teams with the hope of being NCAA Tournament bound in May.  Recent upsets are giving more teams hopes of getting in and with the tournament expanding now to 18 teams, the fight is on until the last day of the season.   Look at looming conference tournaments; there are…


USA Player Profile: Marcus Holman

March 27, 2014

USA Profile: Marcus Holman Position: Attack College: University of North Carolina Professional: Ohio Machine   Marcus Holman has played a role in transforming North Carolina back into a national power.  Even though his career didn’t end the way he wanted, he still has the ability to improve on his game and win a medal that every few have the opportunity to play for during their career.   Holman came to…


Midfield Has Career Day As Duke Dismantles Syracuse 21-7

March 23, 2014

Durham, North Carolina – Duke trailed Syracuse early in the first quarter and then run away with the contest against the Orange by a score of 21-7.  The first midfield combined for twelve goals and the combination of face offs win was just too much for the Orange to keep pace with.   Much like last year’s National Championship game, face offs had a significant impact on the game.  Brendan…


North Carolina Takes Down Maryland

March 22, 2014

Chapel Hill, North Carolina – The North Carolina Tar Heels defeat the top ranked Maryland Terreapins 11-8 at home.  Charlie Raffa played a great game in controlling the face off circle, but the Tar Heels too advantage of some timely saves by their goalie Kieran Burke and got balanced scoring from their offensive players to get their first win in ACC play this year.   The Heels opened up the…


Team USA Profile: JoJo Marasco

March 19, 2014

Position: Midfield College: Syracuse Professional: New York Lizards   JoJo Marasco has been making headlines in the lacrosse world for years now. In high school, he decided to recant his commitment to Ohio State and moved to Syracuse University. He walks into the Carrier Dome his sophomore year and dons the fabled 22 jersey, long known for greatness in lacrosse. Marasco worked tirelessly on his game and in time may…