(Photo Courtesy of Richmond/Loyola/Michigan Athletics)
Week seven of the college lacrosse season is officially in the books. And while there were outstanding performances across the country, here’s our three stars from week seven of the season.
Ryan Lanchbury, Attack, Richmond
On Saturday, the Richmond offense exploded in the Spiders’ 17-5 road win over Bellarmine. Lanchbury was very much apart of that offensive output, tallying a school-record 12 points (3G/9A) in the victory.
Kevin Lindley, Attack, Loyola
After falling to Lehigh two weeks ago, Loyola has rebounded with two straight wins, including a 24-10 victory over Bucknell on Saturday. The win saw the Greyhounds’ have their best offensive since joining the Patriot League. Lindley led the way on the offensive end, putting up eight points (7G/1A) in the win.
John Kiracofe, Goalie, Michigan
In Michigan’s 14-12 victory over Penn State on Saturday, which marked the Wolverine’s first win of the season, the junior goalkeeper had himself a career day. Kiracofe ended the game with a career-high 17 saves and a 59% save percentage to anchor the Michigan defense. Five of those saves came in the fourth quarter alone.
Richie Connell, Attack, Richmond – Nine points (7G/2A) @ Bellarmine
Tehoka Nanticoke, Attack, UAlbany – Nine points (6G/3A) @ Binghamton
Chase Scanlan, Attack, Syracuse – Seven goals vs Holy Cross
Matt Knote, Goalie, UMass – 20 saves vs Drexel
Will Mark, Goalie, LIU – 19 saves vs Sacred Heart