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Towson wraps regular season with loss to Penn

Posted on 22 April 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. – After a lengthy lightning delay, No. 10 Penn (8-3) handed Towson men’s lacrosse (8-6) a 15-9 loss on Tuesday evening at Johnny Unitas® Stadium.

The game was delayed twice for lightning; the second delay lasted for nearly two hours. Freshman Joe Seider led the Tigers with a hat trick. Junior Justin Mabus added four points on two goals and two assists. Nick Doktor posted three goals for Penn, while Isaac Bock and Chris Hilburn each tallied two.

“I thought the first half was hot and cold,” noted Head Coach Shawn Nadelen. “Being down two goals, I thought we were in good position but we came out kind of flat. They did a great job ramping up their offense, which they’re known to do … We got caught on our heels. It’s hard to swallow. There’s no reason for us to do that. ”

For the second straight game, Mabus opened the scoring at 14:03 in the first. He closed the quarter with his second of the evening, off an assist from senior Thomas DeNapoli exactly 13 minutes later to put the Tigers up 3-2.

However, Bock’s and Doktor’s four total goals – they book-ended the second quarter, each with a pair of back-to-back goals – gave the Quakers a 6-4 lead at the half, just before the first lightning delay. Doktors’ two goals at the end of the second quarter kicked off a six-goal Quaker run that extended Penn’s lead to 10-4 at 10:58 in the third.

DeNapoli and Mabus teamed up again for DeNapoli’s first goal in three games at 10:03 before Mike Powersscored for Penn, and the game entered its second lightning delay with 7:18 remaining in the third frame. Both teams had one hour and 53 minutes to wait before resuming play.

The Quakers were quicker off the restart, scoring three of the next five goals to hold a comfortable 14-7 advantage with 9:22 left in the game.

Towson continues to wait for its Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament seed. The Tigers’ fate depends on the outcome of this weekend’s CAA contests.

COLLEGE MEN’S LACROSSE: Penn 15, Towson 9
Penn (7-3)           2-4-6-3/15
Towson (8-5)     3-1-3-2/9

GOALS: PENN – Doktor 3, Bock 2, Hilburn 2, Brown, Belinsky, Losco, McCallion, Staller, Power, D. Feeney, Tudor; TOW – Seider 3, Mabus 2, DeNapoli, Siskind, Drenner, Athens. ASSISTS: PENN – Brown 3, Belinsky 2, Bock; TOW – DeNapoli 2, Mabus 2, Cuccinello. SAVES: PENN – Feeney (13, 59:02, 9 GA), Lopes (1, 00:58, 0 GA); TOW – White (7, 56:49, 15 GA), Hoy (0, 3:11, 0 GA). SHOTS: PENN – 46; TOW – 33. GBs: PENN – 33; TOW – 22. FACE-OFFs: PENN 17-28; TOW – 11-28. EMO: PENN – 0-3; TOW – 1-4. ATT: 446.

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Towson uses big second half comeback to top Delaware

Posted on 22 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. – Towson Lacrosse (7-2, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA)) held Delaware (5-4, 0-2 CAA) scoreless for over 30 minutes en route to an 11-8 comeback win over the Hens on Saturday evening at Unitas Stadium.

After Delaware ended the first quarter with a 5-1 lead, the Hens increased their advantage to 8-4 just 1:18 before halftime on an unassisted goal from Beau Jones. But that was UD’s last tally of the evening as Towson outscored Delaware 7-0 over the final two periods.

Eight Tigers scored in the victory. Junior co-captain Greg Cuccinello, freshman Ryan Drenner and sophomore Ben McCarty each tallied two goals. Junior Justin Mabus posted a career-high five points on one goal and a career-best four assists. Steve DeLargy and Jeff Heath each had two goals for UD.

“All credit goes to Delaware; they came out firing at the start,” said Head Coach Shawn Nadelen. “We weren’t as focused as we should have been. Obviously it was a huge, huge turnaround for our guys in the second half and I couldn’t be more pleased and proud of our team.”

Towson started the game flat, while Delaware came out charging. The Hens scored the first five goals of the game before Mabus found the back of the net at 4:49 in the first quarter. He assisted senior Thomas DeNapoli’s extra-man goal at the start of the second quarter when UD was called for pushing.

Delaware stayed out in front of the Tigers, extending its lead to 7-2 on a goal from Tom Holland at 6:33 in the second frame. Drenner and Cuccinello scored back-to-back goals at 4:23 and 3:14, respectively, before Jones posted UD’s last goal of the night.

During the break Towson shook off its lethargy and stepped up its defense, limiting the Blue Hens to six total shots in the second half.

“I don’t think we shot that well,” said Cuccinello, of the first half. “What really got us going in the second half was being a man down [after a team penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct] and getting the stop. As an offense, we draw a lot of confidence from our defense. We kept getting stop after stop. We knew that if we kept shooting, they’d fall eventually.”

Freshman Joe Seider, McCarty and Cuccinello each scored in the third quarter before senior Max Siskindevened the game at 8-8 at 1:54 in the third. Siskind picked up an uncontrolled Delaware save and scored falling down from point-blank range. It was his team-leading fourth EMO goal of the season. McCarty notched the game winner at 10:25 in the fourth.

Next up, Towson travels to Hofstra on Saturday, March 29 for a 7 p.m. face-off.

NOTES: Towson is now 10-3 all time in CAA season openers … Towson and Delaware have now played six straight times in the Tigers’ CAA opener and Towson has a 5-2 overall record against the Hens in league openers … 32 games between TU and UD have been decided by three goals or less … Towson is 20-12 in those match ups.

COLLEGE MEN’S LACROSSE: Delaware 8, Towson 11
Delaware (5-4, 0-1 CAA) 5-3-0-0/8
Towson (7-2, 1-0 CAA)   1-3-4-3/11

GOALS: TOW – Cuccinello 2, Drenner 2, McCarty 2, Mabus, DeNapoli, Seider, Siskind, Grimaldi; UD – DeLargy 2, Heath 2, Kean, Kormondy, Jones, Holland. ASSISTS: TOW – Mabus 4, Cuccinello 2, Drenner; UD – DeLargy, Finigan, Keane, Kormondy, Martinelli. SAVES: TOW – T White (3, 60:00, 8 GA); UD – C Peaks (4, 60:00, 11 GA). SHOTS: TOW – 41; UD – 20. GROUND BALLS: TOW – 27; UD – 21. FACE-OFFS: TOW – 8-21; UD – 13-21. EMO: TOW – 2-4; UD – 1-3. CAUSED TURNOVERS: TOW – 5; UD – 2. ATT: 1076.

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Towson looks for sixth straight win Saturday against Delaware

Posted on 21 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - Towson Lacrosse (6-2) will try to protect a five-game win streak when the Tigers end a three-game homestand with Delaware (5-3, 0-1 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA)) on Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m.

Road Closure
Due to a construction project, Osler Drive will be closed on Saturday evening. Fans are advised to take an alternate route. From Charles Street:  divert at Emerson and route through West Village, reconnecting at Osler and to the stadium.

Coming from York Road Bypass, fan should continue south on York Road to Cross Campus and to Osler to approach the stadium.

Opening Face-Off

Towson’s 2013 CAA title defense begins Saturday against the Blue Hens. Towson extended its win streak to five games with a 10-8 win over UMBC on March 18 at home. Three Tigers scored two goals apiece en route to the win. Delaware lost its Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) opener to Hofstra, 11-9.

Updating the Tigers
The Tigers outlasted beltway rival UMBC on Tuesday, March 18 by the score of 10-8. The game was tied seven times. Seniors Max Siskind, Devin Grimaldi and Thomas DeNapoli each scored two goals. Junior Justin Mabus had two assists. Sophomore goalkeeper Tyler White made 12 saves on the day.

Scouting the Blue Hens
Delaware, whose win streak was the team’s longest since the 2010 season, jumped out to a 6-3 lead early in the second quarter, but the Pride scored six unanswered goals over the span of the second and third periods to take control and win their fourth straight game. A goal by Mike Malave with 9:58 left in the third quarter broke a 6-6 tie and put Hofstra up for good.

Towson-Delaware Series History
This is one of Towson’s oldest series. Starting in just the third season the Tigers had a program, the teams have met 54 times in the last 52 years. Towson has won six of the last nine meetings. Thirty-one have been decided by three goals or less; the Tigers are 19-12 in those games. Of the 31 matchups decided by three goals or fewer, 13 have been one-goal margins of defeat. Delaware holds the edge in those games, 7-6.

Last Time Out vs. Delaware: March 22, 2013 (Towson 7, Delaware 6 (ot))
Andrew Hodgson and Ben McCarty teamed up on the game-winning goal in overtime as Towson men’s lacrosse defeated Delaware, 7-6, at Delaware Stadium. For just the second time all season, Towson scored first and took a 2-1 lead into the second quarter. However Delaware scored five straight goals to take a 6-3 lead midway through the third quarter. The Tigers scored back-to-back goals in the fourth to trim the Hens’ lead to 6-5 with 8:09 remaining in the game and got last-minute heroics from Greg Cuccinello, who scored with 2.6 seconds left in regulation on a dribbler to send the game into overtime. Hodgson buried a high-low shot past the Delaware keeper from 13 yards out for the game winner with 1:45 showing on the clock in overtime.

Let’s Get It Started
The Tigers are 9-3 all-time in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) season openers. Towson joined the CAA in 2002 and celebrated with an 18-4 win over Delaware. The Tigers and the Blue Hens have met six times in Towson’s CAA openers; the Tigers are 4-2 in those games. Tonight’s contest is the fifth-straight time Towson and UD have faced off in the Tigers’ league opener.

Next Up

The Tigers play the first of back-to-back road games when they take on the Hofstra Pride on Saturday, March 29 at 7 p.m.

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Towson continues hot streak with win over UMBC

Posted on 18 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. – Senior Devin Grimaldi scored the go-ahead goal with 5:39 remaining and started a three-goal run as the Tigers (6-2) won their fifth game in a row, a 10-8 non-conference victory over rival UMBC (3-4) at Johnny Unitas® Stadium.

With the win, Towson is off to its best eight-game record since 2001. In 2001, the Tigers also started the season with a 6-2 record en route to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament semi-finals and 14-4 mark.

Grimaldi’s goal gave Towson a lead it would never relinquish in a game that was tied seven times.

With 4:31 left, senior Max Siskind gave Towson a 9-7 advantage when he scored an extra-man goal. Just 1:02 later, freshman Mike Lynch extended the lead to 10-7 when he scored the first goal of his college career.

With 38 seconds remaining, senior Zach Linkous cut the deficit to 10-8 when he scored an extra-man goal for the Retrievers.

“It’s exciting to earn tonight’s victory,” said Towson Coach Shawn Nadelen. “UMBC is a dangerous team and we responded with a great effort. With our offense, if we hold teams to under 10 goals, we have a great chance of winning.”

UMBC scored the final two goals of the first half to take a 6-5 lead at intermission. Sophomore Pat Young scored with 46 seconds remaining in the half to give the Retrievers their halftime lead.

In the second half, the Tiger defense shut down UMBC and held the Retrievers scoreless until 8:47 remained in the game. By that time, Towson had taken a 7-6 lead before Jack Gannon’s goal tied the game for the seventh and final time.

With 4:24 remaining in the third quarter, Siskind scored off a pass from Greg Cucinello to tie the game at 7-7. With 1:14 left in the period, senior Thomas DeNapoli’s second goal of the game put Towson ahead, 7-6.

UMBC outshot Towson by a 23-18 margin in the first half. However, the Tigers outshot the Retrievers by a 19-11 margin after intermission.

Freshman goalkeeper Connor Gordon made 14 saves for the Retrievers while sophomore Tyler White had 12 saves for Towson.

“Tyler was terrific,” said Nadelen. “He did a great job keeping us in the game until we could get a lead.”

The Tigers return to action on Saturday evening when they host Delaware in their first Colonial Athletic Association game of the season. The Tigers won the CAA championship last season.

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Cuccinello, DeNapoli lead Towson past Navy

Posted on 11 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - Nine different Tigers scored at least one goal in Towson’s (5-2) 14-9 victory over Navy (3-3) Tuesday evening at Unitas Stadium.

The Tigers held a 9-1 lead at the half after holding the Mids scoreless in the second quarter. Navy came out of the break recharged and fought back, outscoring the Tigers 8-5 and holding them scoreless for over 11 minutes between the third and fourth quarters.

Junior Greg Cuccinello led the Tigers with three goals. Senior Thomas DeNapoli added four points on two goals and two assists. Freshman Joe Seider was the third Tiger to have a multi-goal game (two goals). Gabe Voumard led the Mids with three goals.

“Very excited by our team’s effort the past two days,” said Head Coach Shawn Nadelen. “Our scout team did a great job preparing us for what we knew Navy would bring in regards to their energy, their hustle, their toughness. I think that prepared us a great deal for us to come out and defend against it.”

The Tigers had another hot start to the game, similar to the 12-9 win over Marist just four days prior. Towson scored the game’s first three goals, one of which was freshman Mike Lynch‘s first career goal. The Tigers seemed to have free reign to shoot and score from all over the field.

Tucker Hull‘s goal at 2:29 in the first quarter was Navy’s only tally in the first half, and the Mids actually scored an own goal at 12:57 in the second frame  after the Tigers committed a turnover to keep Towson’s scoring rally going. Senior Max Siskind scored on a very pretty fake at 10:27 in the second before Cuccinello scored his first EMO goal of the year at 6:00 and sophomore Brian Bolewicki posted his first goal (4:22, second quarter) since missing three games with an injury.

It was a different story in the second half, as Navy came out and scored five of the next seven goals to cut Towson’s lead to 11-6 at 13:47 in the fourth quarter. Cuccinello snapped Navy’s run with Towson’s first goal in 11:11 with his diving unassisted goal at 11:23.

Navy outshot the Tigers 31-28 and won the face-off battle 17-10. The ground balls were equal (29-29), but Towson was 2-3 on EMO chances, while the Mids were just 1-6.

Towson returns to action on Tuesday, March 18 when the Tigers host UMBC at Unitas Stadium at 7 p.m.

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Towson looks for third straight win Friday at Marist

Posted on 06 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - Looking for its third win in a row, Tiger men’s lacrosse (3-2) heads to Marist (2-2) on Friday, March 7 at 7 p.m. in Tenney Stadium.

Updating the Tigers
Towson won back-to-back games for the first time this season and allowed the fewest goals in the Tigers’ Division I history when they defeated Mount St. Mary’s 9-1 on March 1. Freshman Joe Seider and senior Max Siskind each scored two goals for Towson.

Scouting the Red Foxes
Marist stopped a two-game skid with a 16-12 win over Marquette on March 1. The Red Foxes had lost both games (Denver, Air Force) at the Frontier Airlines Face-Off Classic. Marist has three double-digit goal scorers in Joseph Radin (13), Colin Joka (11) and Drew Nesmith (10). The Red Foxes are being outscored 56-41 but have converted four-of-seven EMO chances. They have split the face-off percentage with opponents 50/50 and are nearly even on caused turnovers (leading 21-20).

Towson-Marist Series History
Last season Marist claimed a last-second overtime victory when Jack Doherty scored the game-winner in the only meeting between the teams.

Last Time Out vs. Marist – March 8, 2013 (Towson 9, Marist 10, ot)
Despite a then-career-high five goals from Thomas DeNapoli, Towson men’s lacrosse fell, 10-9 in overtime, to Marist when the Red Foxes’ Jack Doherty scored with one second left in overtime at Unitas Stadium. It was DeNapoli’s fourth straight hat trick. Doherty led Marist with four goals, while Drew Nesmith added three. The Tigers stayed just ahead of the Red Foxes until Nesmith scored on an EMO chance to kick off a Marist scoring rally. The Red Foxes scored five of the last seven goals for the win.

Next Up: Towson returns home to host Navy on Tuesday, March 11 at 7 p.m.

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Towson defense posts record effort in win over Mt. St. Mary’s

Posted on 01 March 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. – Towson men’s lacrosse set a program record for fewest goals allowed in a Division I game with the Tigers’ 9-1 defeat of Mount St. Mary’s at Unitas Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Towson had a shut-out until 7:45 in the fourth quarter. The last time the Tigers gave up a single goal in a game was May 19, 1974 in a 22-1 victory over the University of Baltimore.

Freshman Joe Seider and senior Max Siskind led Towson with two goals apiece. Senior Thomas DeNapoli led all players with three points while junior JoJo Ostrander scored his first career goal.

“I’m excited for the guys; I thought we came out from the start and played with good energy and focus,” said Head Coach Shawn Nadelen. “We were more dialed in on execution and controlling [possession] from the onset than we were against Georgetown.

“Obviously, Mount St. Mary’s is dealing with a lot of injuries right now, but they came out and competed and made us earn opportunities on their defensive end. I thought our defense played pretty well today. [Towson's defense] limited [Mount St. Mary's] opportunities. I thought for the most part it was a pretty impressive 60 minutes for our guys.”

Ostrander, a long-stick defenseman, opened the scoring, when he picked up a ground ball off a Mount turnover, ran down the field and scored. From there, Towson was off to the races. Siskind and DeNapoli teamed up twice in the first half, and the Tigers held a 6-0 lead at halftime. DeNapoli tallied the game’s only goal in the third quarter before Seider and classmate Tyler Konen book-ended the Mount’s goal. Mountaineer Robert Jones posted his fourth of the season off an assist from Mike Pascali.

Both goalies tallied double-figure saves. Chris Klaiber had 18 for The Mount while sophomore Tyler Whitestopped 10 shots for the Tigers. Towson out-shot MSM 40-21, won 25 of 39 ground balls and won the face-off battled 9-5.

Next Friday, Towson travels to Poughkeepsie, N.Y. to face the Red Foxes of Marist at 7 p.m.

COLLEGE MEN’S LACROSSE: Mount St. Mary’s 1, Towson 9
Mount St. Mary’s (0-5) 0-0-0-1/1
Towson (3-2)     4-2-1-2/9

GOALS: TOW – Siskind 2, Seider 2, DeNapoli, McCarty, Drenner, Konen, Ostrander; MSM – Jones. ASSISTS:TOW – DeNapoli 2, Cuccinello 2, Grimaldi 2; MSM– Pascali. SAVES: TOW – T White (10, 60:00, 1 GA); MSM – C Klaiber (18, 60:00, 9 GA). SHOTS: TOW – 40; MSM – 21. GROUND BALLS: TOW – 25; MSM – 14. FACE-OFFS: TOW – 9-14; MSM – 5-14. EMO: TOW – 1-3; MSM – 0-3. CAUSED TURNOVERS: TOW – 11; MSM – 2. ATT: 743

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Towson welcomes Mt. St. Mary’s to Unitas Stadium Saturday

Posted on 28 February 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - The Tigers look to win back-to-back games for the first time this season when they host Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Unitas Stadium.

Opening Face-Off: The Tigers are in the midst of a stretch in which five of six games are played at home. Unitas Stadium has been kind to the Tigers; both of Towson’s wins have come at home. Mount St. Mary’s is 0-4 after a tough early schedule featuring two top 10 teams.

Updating the Tigers: Towson got back on track with an 8-7 win over Georgetown on Feb. 22. The Tigers got two goals apiece from Thomas DeNapoli and Greg Cuccinello. DeNapoli had a six-point day after posting a career-best four assists.

Scouting the Mount: Mount St. Mary’s has been outscored 55-18 so far this season but have played #6 Maryland, Georgetown, Delaware and #4 Virginia. The Mount have surrendered no fewer than 10 goals in those outings. Six different players each have two goals on the year for MSM. Goalkeeper Chris Klaiber has started all four games and has a goals-against average (GAA) of 14.26 and a save percentage of .522. Nick Haley takes the face-offs, going 35-83 (.422) and has 13 ground balls.

The Series: The Tigers lead the all-time series with the Mount, 8-1. Mount St. Mary’s’ only win came in 1975 when Towson forfeited six games due to an ineligible player. Towson is 3-1 at home and 4-0 on the road. The teams played one game at an unknown site; the Tigers won that contest. Towson is on a seven-game win streak coming into Saturday’s game.

Last Time Out vs. MSM – March 2, 2013 (Towson 13, MSM 5): Behind hat tricks from Thomas DeNapoli andAndrew Hodgson, Towson men’s lacrosse recorded a 13-5 win over Mount St. Mary’s at Waldron Family Stadium. The Tigers scored six straight goals in the third and fourth quarters and kept the Mount off the board in the fourth to secure the win. DeNapoli posted a four-point night, adding an assist to his three goals. Towson’sAndrew Wascavage made 12 saves on the evening, many of them point-blank.

Next Up: Towson travels to Poughkeepsie, N.Y. to face Marist on Friday, March 7 at 7 p.m.

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Towson lacrosse tries to bounce back Wednesday at Loyola

Posted on 18 February 2014 by WNST Staff

Date Wednesday, Feb. 19 | 3 p.m.
Location Baltimore, Md. | Ridley Athletic Complex


TOWSON, Md. -
 Towson Lacrosse (1-1) makes its second trip down Charles Street in five days to take on No. 9 Loyola (1-1) on Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Ridley Athletic Complex. The game will be broadcast on the Patriot League Network.

The Series: The Greyhounds’ 14-9 win last season on Feb. 20 gave Loyola the edge in the all-time series, 28-27. That win was the latest in a string of six straight victories for the ‘Hounds. The teams first met in 1959 – Towson’s second season as a program. Loyola pulled out an 8-6 victory in ’59. The Greyhounds’ present win streak dates to Feb. 23, 2008, a 13-8 decision at Unitas Stadium.

Last Time Out For Towson: Junior co-captain Greg Cuccinello notched his third career hat trick with four goals in Towson’s 15-8 loss at No. 11 Johns Hopkins on Feb. 15. Four other Tigers had one goal apiece. Freshman Ryan Drenner recorded three assists. Sophomore goalkeeper Tyler White recorded a career-high 18 saves, the most saves by a Tiger since April 6, 2013 when then-senior Andrew Wascavage made 20 saves against UMass.

Scouting the Greyhounds: Loyola is coming off a 12-11 overtime thriller over then-No. 9 Penn State on Feb. 15. Nikko Pontrello scored the game-winning goal 19 seconds into overtime for the win. Pontrello and Tyler Albrecht lead the team in goals (5). Justin Ward‘s seven points are a team-best. He is the ‘Hounds’ assist leader (6). Jack Runkel starts in net for Loyola. He has a goals-against average (GAA) of 12.97 and a save percentage of .405. Graham Savio is the primary face-off man. He has won 19-of-26 at the “X” for a .731 percentage.

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Towson tries to snap long losing streak to Johns Hopkins Saturday

Posted on 14 February 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - Towson Lacrosse (1-0) travels down Charles Street to face No. 11 Johns Hopkins on Saturday at 4 p.m. on Homewood Field. The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.

The Blue Jays have a commanding 38-3 lead in the all-time series, which began in 1976 with a 15-8 JHU win at Towson. Towson’s last victory came in 1996, a 13-12 decision at Homewood Field. Hopkins has won the last 18 straight.

Senior Thomas DeNapoli recorded the 11th hat trick of his career with a four-goal, one-assist performance in the Tigers’ season-opening win over High Point, 11-8. Freshman Joe Seider earned Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Rookie of the Week honors after he posted his first career hat trick (three goals, one assist) in his collegiate debut – his 19th birthday. Senior Max Siskind was the other Tiger to post multiple goals – his first multi-goal game of his career – with his two goals; his first tally was an EMO goal.

The No. 11 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays ground out a 10-9 triple overtime victory over No. 14 Ohio State on Feb. 8. Eight different players scored for Hopkins; two had multi-goal games (Ryan Brown (2g, 1a) and Brandon Benn (2g, 1a)). Wells Stanwick had one goal and five assists. Eric Schneider played the entire game in goal, allowing nine goals and making 13 saves.

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