Kevin Groeninger has six points (4g, 2a) through four games with Bryant. He notched his first collegiate trick against Boston University on February 18.
Tampa University sophomore Scott Phillips (Peninsula ’18) was named the Sunshine State Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending February 9. Phillips has 13 groundballs and four caused turnovers in three games. Matthew Beddow (St. Augustine ’19) has started all three games for Tampa and has tallied an assist, four groundballs, and six caused turnovers.
Sophomore LSM Kyle McBride (Palos Verdes ‘18) has appeared in all four games for St. John’s with eight groundballs and two caused turnovers. Erik Suh (St. Margaret’s ’16) has appeared in one game and is 1/2 at the dot.
Carson Spooner (Tesoro, ’19) has six points (2g, 4a) in three games for Sacred Heart University.
Dartmouth senior defenseman James Sullivan (Westlake, ’16) started in Dartmouths win over Bryant on Saturday and caused one turnover. Mitch Myers (St. John Bosco ’19) is 26/50 on faceoffs with 13 groundballs through two games for the Big Green. He scored a goal against Bryant on Saturday.
Freshman defenseman Oscar Hertz (Bishop’s 19) has appeared in all three of Brown’s games this season. Jason Simaan (Corona del Mar ’16) is 6/10 at the dot with one goal for the season.
Eric Rubak (Santa Margarita ’16) had a goal and an assist in Bellarmine’s loss to Boston University on Saturday. Matt Ury (Santa Margarita ’18) saw playing time for the fifth straight game. Kaveh Torabian (Oaks Christian ’16) caused two turnovers for Boston University. Josh Williamson (Redondo Union ’15) also saw time for the Terriers.
Anthony Demaio (Coronado ’16) raised his season point total to 18 in four games with a goal and three assists against Villanova.
Short stick defensive midfielders Spenser Small (Torrey Pines ’16) and Jonathon Partamian (Loyola ’16) helped Syracuse defeat Binghamton.
Andrew Maita (St. Margaret’s ’18) has appeared in all three games for Washington and Lee.
Defenseman Jordan Pakzad (Corona del Mar ’17) has appeared in all three games for Rutgers.
Jason Brewster (Valley Center ’16) has started in both games UMBC has played this season. He has five groundballs and four caused turnovers. Justin Barragan (Great Oak ’17) has also appeared in both games.
Logan Soelberg (Crespi ’19) had two pints (1g, 1a) for Yale against Penn State.
Camdyn O’ Donnell (Poway ’19) had seven points (4g, 3a) including the game winner in San Diego State’s 19-8 win over Arizona State. Cailin Young (St. Margaret’s ’18) chipped in with a goal and 10 draw controls. Kylie Kroeger (Mission Bay ’17) had a goal and two assists for the Sun Devils.
Sarah McLean (La Costa Canyon ’19) scored a goal to help Denver defeat Oregon on Saturday. Mackenzie Wallevand (Mater Dei ’17) chipped in with an assist.
Quinnlyn Mason (Aliso Niguel ’18) helped the Cal Bears to their first two wins of the season with a four-point (3g, 1a) outing against Mercer on Saturday and two goals against Winthrop on Sunday. Marissa Kuberra (Torrey Pines ’17) chipped in with a goal in each game.
Adena Rothbard (Newport Harbor ’18) has started in all three games for the University of New Hampshire Wildcats this season.
Maddie Barkate (St. Margaret’s ’19) started in the midfield and scored a goal in Harvard’s loss to Denver on Sunday.
Chapman’s George McGuirk earned the MCLA Division I Dominant Performance of the Week presented by Warrior for the period ending Feb. 16. McGuirk put up 13 points (10g, 3a) in two games against UCSB and Oregon State.
Concordia’s Jonah Rinaldi (Aliso Niguel) scored seven goals against No. 2 California on February 15. Rinaldi is leading the Eagles in scoring with 22 points. Jackson Lienhart (Torrey Pines ’16) and Jack Fisher (Santa Margarita ’17) are next in line with 17 and 14 points, respectively.
Connor Reed (Aliso Niguel ’16) leads the Eagles with 35 groundballs he is followed by Austin Babb (Foothill; 13 gb), Tyler Collins (El Toro; 11 gb), Jacob Aho (Esperanza; 10 gb), Santiago Dearmas (Chula Vista; 10 gb). Babb has won 45 of his 50 faceoffs.
Nicholas Parrino (Santa Margarita ’18), Chase Anderson (Servite ’18), and Kyle Cartwright (Servite ’18) helped TCU defeat Texas Tech on Saturday. Parrino picked up three ground balls, Anderson had two goals and an assist, and Cartwright tacked on three goals and an assist.
UCSB freshman Jake Brannon (San Clemente ’19) had five goals and three assists through the first two games of his college career. His numbers were bolstered by a 4g, 1a outing against No. 3 Chapman on February 15. LSM Ben Jennings (San Dieguito Academy ’17) is a Gaucho captain.
A number of Southern Californians are contributing to No. 2 Cal’s 5-0 record. Jake Pistotnik (Sierra Canyon ’16) is averaging 6 points per game (23g, 7a). Jake Lombardo (Aliso Niguel ’16), Kyler Konjoyan (Village Christian ’19) , and Michael Bellas (Northwood ’17) have 13 points apiece.
Arizona junior Chase Lynch (Santa Margarita ’17) was 21/23 at the dot against USC on Saturday.
Josh Fox (Foothill ’18) has 18 groundballs and 13 points in six games for Texas A&M.
CJ Deal (Santa Margarita ’16) has four groundballs in two games and Nate Neumann has one for Michigan State.
Brady Burwell (Mater Dei ’17) has five points (2g, 3a) for San Diego State.