Denver 11, Air Force 4
Freshman Ellis Geis (Foothill ’18) netted a hat trick in the first two and a half quarters of his collegiate career to headline a busy weekend for Southern Californians in the NCAA this weekend. Senior Brett Greenlee (Corona del Mar ’15) also saw action for the Pioneers in the 11-4 win. Torrey Pines senior Roland Wheeler IV recovered a ground ball and caused two turnovers in a starting role for Air Force.
— Denver Mens Lacrosse (@DU_MLAX) February 9, 2019
Michigan grad student Peter Hollen (Torrey Pines ’14) made his NCAA D1 debut when he entered the game for the Wolverines on Saturday. Hollen played for USC in the MCLA during his undergrad years. Christian Ford (Bishop’s ’17) and Skylar Jiminez (Newbury Park ’16) saw time for Michigan and Cleveland State, respectively.
Maryland 10, Richmond 9
Anthony DeMaio (Coronado ’16) scored a goal and handed out an assist for the Terps.
Loyola 17, Virginia 9
Payton Rezanka (Cathedral ’18) saw time for No. 4 Loyola.
North Carolina 14, Furman 10
Evan Egan (Torrey Pines ’18) saw time at defense for the Tar Heels.
Rutgers 19, St. John’s 15
Kyle McBride (Palos Verdes ‘18) recovered three ground balls for St. John’s in his college debut. McBride plays LSM.
Duke 15, Furman 8
Starting midfielder Jake Seau (Bishop’s ’14) continued his hot start with a goal for the Blue Devils. Seau opened the season with a seven point performance ( 4 goals, 3 assists) against High Point. Midfielder Ryan Hastings (Bishop’s 16) and goalie David McCann (Palos Verdes ’15) also saw action for Duke.
Providence 12, Holy Cross 5
Kevin Kodzis (Foothill ’16) started at attack and recorded a goal and an assist for the Crusaders.
Hobart 21, Canisius 12
Stanny Gilbertson (Palos Verdes ’15) notched two goals for Hobart.
Marquette 15, Bellarmine 9
St. Joseph’s 15, St. Bonaventure 9
Starting midfielder Teo Domic (West Ranch, ’17) scored two goals for St. Joseph’s.
Utah 13, Mercer 9
Branden Wilson (San Clemente ’18) picked up a goal and an assist for the Utes. Reuben Santana (Santiago ’18) started at defense and Liam Cavanaugh-Fernandez (Cathedral ’17) picked up a groundball and got off three shots.
Ohio State 17, Boston University 10
Towson 17, Johns Hopkins 8