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    Monday
    Apr132009

    Rowan and Loony earn Big East honors

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Syracuse senior Katie Rowan (Delmar, N.Y.) is the BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, while senior Bridget Looney (Silver Spring, Md.) has been named to the Weekly Honor Roll for their performances in the Orange’s win against Notre Dame. It is Rowan’s third Player of the Week honor this season and seventh of her career, while Looney is making her first career appearance on the Honor Roll.

    Rowan recorded a game-high six points on four goals and two assists in the Orange’s 14-13 win against No. 8 Notre Dame. She had two goals and two assists in Syracuse’s 10-0 scoring run in the first half, and netted the Orange’s final goal of the half with four seconds remaining. After the Fighting Irish cut Syracuse’s lead to two late in the second half, Rowan scored the Orange’s final goal with 1:55 left on the clock in the one-goal victory. Rowan leads the BIG EAST in scoring this season, averaging 5.46 points per game.

    Looney helped the Orange win 18-of-29 draws with seven, and caused three turnovers, increasing her team-leading total to 22 this season. In addition, she picked up three ground balls and scored a pair of goals as Syracuse posted its 10th win of the season.

    Rowan and Looney are two of five seniors who will play their final regular-season home game on Wednesday when the ninth-ranked Orange hosts No. 20 Cornell at 7 p.m. Admission to the game is free of charge.

    from Syracuse Athletics

     

    Monday
    Apr132009

    Bubnack, Roa and Miller garner Patriot League honors

    CENTER VALLEY, PA. – Colgate’s Colleen Bubnack (West Genesee), Courtney Miller (Chappaqua, N.Y.), and Christina Roa (Potomac, Md.) were honored by the Patriot League as it released its weekly honors for women’s lacrosse, Monday.

    Bubnack was named the league’s defensive player of the week after posting four goals, five points, nine groundballs, and nine draw controls as Colgate went 2-0 against Marist and Bucknell. The sophomore scored twice and picked up a career-high seven groundballs, and caused three turnovers in the 15-9 victory over the Red Foxes, Tuesday evening. Bubnack added two goals and caused six turnovers as the Raiders stretched their win streak to five games with a 12-7 triumph over the Bison. She is three draw controls away from tying her single season record of 50 set last year and needs five more assists to tie Colgate’s single-season record for helpers (29).

    Roa was named the goalie of the week for the second time this season. The freshman picked up two more victories to improve to 5-0 on the season. Playing the second half in both outings, she made four stops in each game in victories over Marist and Bucknell. Roa earned the same honor two weeks ago.

    Miller picked up her first Patriot League weekly honor after being named the rookie of the week. The freshman scored three goals in each game, including notching the eventual game-winning goal in the victory over Bucknell. Colgate, 12-3 overall, will end the regular season this Saturday at Lehigh. Game time in Bethlehem is set for 1 p.m.

    from Colgate Athletics

    Tuesday
    Apr072009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 for April 7

    Stevenson left no doubt that they deserved the #1 ranking last week as they thrashed the Sea Gulls 12-8 Saturday. That win earned them a unanimous vote as the top team in D-III this week in the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com Top 20.

    The biggest game of the week, as far as it's influence on this week's vote, seems to have been Western New England's 13-4 thrashing of Endicott. WNE climbed four spots to #8, and Endicott tumbled ten to #17.

    And finally, Geneseo's 6-game win streak keeps them moving up the chart, climbing all the way from #19 to #13.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.

     

    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last
    1
    Stevenson(VJ) 100 5 1
    2
    Roanoke 95
    3
    3
    Cortland 88
    5
    4
    Salisbury 82
    2
    5
    Middlebury 78
    6
    6
    Ithaca 74
    4
    7
    Gettysburg 71
    8
    8
    W New England 61
    12
    9
    Wash. & Lee 55
    9t
    10
    Wesleyan 45
    11
    11
    Tufts 42
    9t
    12
    Cabrini 38
    14
    13
    Geneseo 35
    19
    14
    Bowdoin 32
    15
    15
    Haverford 31
    16
    16
    Clarkson 27
    17
    17
    Endicott 24
    7
    18
    Washington Col. 19
    13
    19
    St. Lawrence 16
    20t
    20
    Denison 13
    n/a
    Tuesday
    Apr072009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-I Top 20 for April 7

    The Big City Classic was a boon for the winners as Hofstra and Princeton make significant moves in the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com D-I Top 20, and Virginia extends its points lead over the second place team. Princeton replaces the team they beat Saturday at #2, while Syracuse falls to #4 behind Cornell. Hofstra, winners over Delaware, skips over North Carolina and moves from #10 to #8. Virginia's point lead is now 32 over the second place team, up from 17 last week.

    Maryland was punished severely by the pollsters this week after their big loss to Navy. The Terrapins dropped 5 positions, landing at #11, and must face #10 Hopkins this Saturday.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.

     

    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last
    1
    Virginia 340 17 1
    2
    Princeton 308
    5
    3
    Cornell 306
    3
    4
    Syracuse 284
    2
    5
    Notre Dame 282
    4
    6
    UMBC 243
    8
    7
    Duke 211
    7
    8
    Hofstra 206
    10
    9
    North Carolina 204
    9
    10
    Hopkins 185
    11
    11
    Maryland 163
    6
    12
    Brown 153
    12
    13
    Navy 140
    14
    14
    Colgate 119
    16
    15
    Harvard 110
    14t
    16
    Loyola 96
    13
    17
    Umass 88
    17
    18
    Georgetown 48
    19
    19
    Albany 44
    18
    20
    Bucknell 13
    n/a
    Tuesday
    Apr072009

    Some HS Changes Worth Noting

    Here are a few recent changes in the Section 3 schedules worth noting:

    Essex (VT) is playing Baldwinsville Saturday. This game was origally scheduled to be played @ B'ville, but has now been moved to Solvay Stadium. Game time is 10:30 AM. Essex plays Liverpool Friday night at Solvay.

    B'ville will also be the host at Solvay Saturday at 1PM when their girls face Liverpool.

    The Cortland @ New Hartford game Friday at 11:00 AM will now be played at Perry JH.

    The Baldwinsville  boys @ Liverpool game scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed, as has the Whitesboro @ Fulton girl's game Thursday.

    And the girl's match between Indian River and  Ogdensburg has been cancelled.

    You can subscribe to have your teams updates emailed to you. Go to the Schedules page at Lax 3.0, click on your school, and you will find a link under "Schedules and Scores" where you can sign up.