Southern Californians continued to make their presence felt at the next level this week. Redshirt freshman Anthony Demaio (Coronado ’16) started at attack for No. 2 Maryland. Don’t miss out a chance to see Demaio and the rest of the Terps when they come to Southern California for Pacific Lacrosse Shootout. Click the button below and use the Promo code MAXLAX to get a 20% discount on tickets.
Keep on reading to get the full rundown of Southern Californians in the NCAA last week.
Men’s Lacrosse Division 1
Jacksonville 12, Navy 7: Brett Reilly (Westlake ’16) handed out two assists on Sunday to help Jacksonville defeat Navy.
Duke 18, High Point 6 (Thursday): Jake Seau (Bishop’s ’14) had an assist and David McCann (Palos Verdes ’16) saved one of the two shots he faced in just under five minutes of action to help Duke to the win. Peyton Garrett (San Clemente ’14) started at midfield for High Point and picked up one groundball.
Robert Morris 15, Bellarmine 7 (Friday): Austin Streeter (San Clemente ’14) scored a goal for the Bellarmine. Eric Rubak (Santa Margarita ’16) and Josh Wehn (Cathedral Catholic ’15) started at defense. Rubak caused a turnover and recovered a groundball. Wehn picked up 3 gb’s and caused a turnover. Cole Wolfson (Cathedral Catholic ’15) picked up two groundballs.
Providence 9, Holy Cross 6: Kevin Kodzis (Foothill ’16) had an assist for Holy Cross.
Maryland 10, Navy 4: Anthony Demaio (Coronado ’16) started at attack for the defending national champions and recovered a groundball.
Bucknell 14, Bryant 12: Cam Ziegler (La Costa Canyon ’15) handed out 5 assists for Bryant.
Denver 11, Air Force 5: Kevin Cox (St. Margaret’s ’16) started at midfield for the Falcon and scored a goal. Andrew Tien (Bishop’s ’15) started at attack for Air Force but was not able to convert any of his three shots into goals.
UMBC 9, Richmond 6: Jason Brewster (Valley Center ’15) started at defense and scored an open net goal with about one minute remaining in the game to seal the win for the Retrievers.
Duke 19, Jacksonvile 8: David McCann (Palos Verdes ’15) saw five minutes of action between the pipes and made one save.
Michigan 15, Cleveland State 5: Gunner Garn (Tesoro ’15) stopped seven of the eight shots he faced in 15 minutes of action between the pipes for Michigan. Garn is no. 3 in this tweet:
— Michigan Lacrosse (@UMichLacrosse) February 11, 2018
Johns Hopkins 14, Towson 6: Jake McLean (La Costa Canyon ’16) picked up three groundballs for Towson. Freshman Andrew Beacham (La Costa Canyon ’17) also saw action but did not convert on his only shot.
Notre Dame 10, Detroit Mercy 7: Hugh Crance (Corona del Mar ’15) started at defense for the Irish and caused a turnover. Freshman Morrison Mirer (Cathedral Catholic ’17) also saw some action.
Women’s Lacrosse Division 1
Binghamton 14, Fresno State 8: Freshmen Kennedy Mulvaney (Corona del Mar ’16) and Mackenzie Wallevand started in their D1 debuts for Fresno State. Wallevand scored a goal.
Men’s Lacrosse Division 2