What a Saturday it was. For many teams across the country conference play got started and there were some great conference matchups all around. While Yale-Cornell and Virginia-Notre Dame go the majority of the hype, those weren’t the only great games of the day.
One of the most impressive performances of the day was from Penn as they started IVY league play with a big win over Princeton. The Quakers got started early and really broke away in the second half to secure the big 19-10 win.
Another impressive upset was Canisius as they took down No.19 Colgate in a non-conference matchup. Maryland also impressed, as usual, in their 17-7 scorching of Villanova.
Yale 16, Cornell 11
Duke 12, Towson 10
Johns Hopkins 12, Delaware 10
Syracuse 18, Rutgers 14
Maryland 17, Villanova 7
Penn 19, Princeton 10
|Away Team||Home Team||Final Score|
|Bryant||Mount St. Mary’s||7-10|
|Robert Morris||Sacred Heart||16-18|
After an amazing performance in the Greyhounds win over Navy Pat Spencer is the all-time leading point scorer in Loyola lacrosse history.
Pat Spencer went 🆙 for the score again 👀 pic.twitter.com/1PIAug3xNM
— Dan Aburn (@Dan_Aburn) March 16, 2019
It was another wild one in the Carrier Dome as Syracuse had another fourth quarter explosion to take down Rutgers.
🎥 | Highlights from a wild one that saw the Orange close the game on an 8-1 run and take down Rutgers in the Dome. pic.twitter.com/XOli0gNCcL
— Syracuse Lacrosse (@CuseMLAX) March 16, 2019
In a matchup between two heavyweights in Yale and Cornell the Bulldogs prevailed. TD Ierlan was a huge factor at the faceoff dot, but he didn’t get to take a shot on his little brother Chayse who was in goal for Cornell.
— Terry Foy (@TerenceFoy) March 16, 2019
After a tight battle in the first three quarter, Virginia was able to pull away late in the game to take down the Irish. Dox Aitken, Michael Kraus, and Ryan Conrad led way as usual for the Hoos.
— Virginia Men’s Lacrosse (@UVAMensLax) March 16, 2019
Siena won their third straight as they took down Manhattan. Check out this insane goal from Jack Kiernan. Yes, the younger brother of San Diego Seals forward Connor Kiernan.
🚨 #SCTop10 ALERT 🚨
— Siena Lacrosse (@SienaLacrosse) March 16, 2019
Penn exploded in the second half as they took down rival Princeton to open up Ivy League play. It was also Penn’s third straight win after starting the season 0-3.
— Penn Men’s Lacrosse (@PennMensLax) March 16, 2019
After a very rough start Canisius got an upset win over number 19 ranked Colgate.
— Canisius Men’s LAX (@GriffsMLax) March 16, 2019