Five goal performances by Holy Cross junior Kevin Kodzis (Foothill) and Marquette junior Peter Henkhaus (Palos Verdes) were just two of the highlights in what may have been the most prolific week yet for Southern Californians at the next level.
Kodzis’ big day came on Tuesday when he led all scorers with a career-high seven points (5g, 2a) against Lowell on Tuesday.
Henkhaus notched his five against Detroit Mercy on Saturday. Ryan Fazio (Cathedral) also saw time in the Golden Eagles 15-12 loss to Detroit Mercy.
Jason Simaan (Corona del Mar) was 13/22 at the dot in Brown’s loss to Stony Brook on Saturday.
Ellis Geis (Foothill) had a seven point weekend with 3g on Saturday and a 2g, 2a outing on Sunday. Brett Greenlee (Corona del Mar) started at defense in both games recovering two groundballs and causing three turnovers.
Drexel redshirt sophomore John VanSickle (Mira Costa) played the first half between the pipes in the Dragons’ double overtime win over Michigan on Tuesday.
Starting Dartmouth defenseman James Sullivan (Westlake) had two groundballs and a caused turnover against Bryant on Saturday. Jake Fiske (Poway) had four groundballs for Bryant. Ryan Ramirez also saw time for Bryant.
Peter Hollen (Torrey Pines) had two groundballs for Michigan and Brett Reilly (Westlake) had two groundballs for Jacksonville in Saturday’s Moe’s Classic game. Christian Ford also saw time for the Wolverines.
Princeton FOGO Phillip Thompson (Harvard-Westlake) was 10-16 at the dot in Saturday’s 12-11 loss to Virginia. Nick Bauer (Mater Dei) also saw time for the Tigers.
The La Costa Canyon tandem of Jake Maclean (1g, 1gb) and Andrew Beacham (1a) helped Towson to a 14-8 win over Georgetown on Saturday.
Notre Dame starting senior defenseman Hugh Crance had two groundballs in a 9-8 loss to Richmond. Morrison Mirer (Cathedral) also saw time for the Irish.
Anthony DeMaio (Coronado) scored a goal while starting for Maryland at attack in Saturday’s 14-9 win over Navy.
Shayne Sharpe (Palos Verdes) caused two turnovers and Zach Crandall (Mira Costa) picked up two groundballs to help Lafayette defeat Binghamton 13-12.