Saturday Roundup: Syracuse Takes Down Johns Hopkins, Rutgers Owns New Jersey

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Photo Courtesy of Rich Barnes                                                                                                                          

It was an exciting Saturday of lacrosse as there were literally games going from sun up to sun down. The action all started at 11am and didn’t end until the dust settled out in California with Notre Dame and Denver. Today we saw a couple of rivalry games with Syracuse-Hopkins, Rutgers-Princeton, and as mentioned Notre Dame-Denver. There was also a lot offense coming from all over the place. 

Notable Scores

Syracuse 14, Johns Hopkins 10

Rutgers 9, Princeton 8

Maryland 14, Albany 9

Ohio State 14, Hofstra 8

[ND vs Denver Game]

Saturday Scoreboard

Away Team Home Team Score
Holy Cross Bucknell 7-10
UMass Lowell Manhattan 8-5
Navy Lafayette 12-7
Bryant Stony Brook 8-9
Ohio State Hofstra 14-8
UMBC High Point 13-22
VMI Richmond 7-17
Quinnipiac Wagner 7-6
NJIT UMass 7-19
Georgetown Fairfield 19-6
Army Lehigh 8-11
Princeton Rutgers 8-9
Maryland Albany 14-9
Cleveland State Marquette 7-5
Providence Harvard 8-9
Hobart Vermont 17-11
Johns Hopkins Syracuse 10-14
St. John’s Siena 10-18
Boston U. Colgate 7-9
Sacred Heart Hartford 16-12
Binghamton Delaware 6-10
Bellarmine Utah 9-10
Canisius Robert Morris 12-8
Detroit Mercy St. Bonaventure 16-8
Denver Notre Dame 7-10

Highlights

Bradley Voigt put on a highlight reel performance as Syracuse used a 4th quarter explosion to take down rival Johns Hopkins in the Dome. 

Rutgers defeated fellow New Jersey rival Princeton to claim the state. This was these two teams 97th all-time meeting, with Princeton leading the series 61-3-3.

Tehoka was dressed but did not see the field at all for Albany today. Maryland subdued an Albany comeback to secure the win over the Danes. Logan Wisnasukas was phenomenal in the win.

High Point went on a scoring spree today, taking down UMBC 22-13!

Richmond took down SoCon opponent VMI 17-7 as the Spiders were the second SoCon team to really find their offense today. Teddy Hatfield also did some insane things as usual.

The Irish took down the Pioneers out in California. Brendan Gleason had a MJ from the free throw line type of goal in the first half.

 

 

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