NCAA Rundown: Dawson Debuts for Harvard and More


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North Carolina 16, Harvard 11

Isaiah Dawson (Bishop’s ’18) and Beau Botkiss (Torrey Pines ’16) started for Harvard.  Dawson scored his first career goal with 2:38 left in the contest. Botkiss recovered five groundballs and caused two turnovers. Evan Egan (Torrey Pines ’18) picked up a groundball for the Tar Heels.

Notre Dame 19, Detroit Mercy 6

Hugh Crance (Corona del Mar ’15) started at defense for the Irish and was credited with two groundballs and two caused turnovers. Morrison Mirer (Cathedral ’17), Justin Cheng (Beckman ’18) and Quentin Buchman (Santa Margarita ’18) also saw action for the Irish.

Duke 10, Denver 9

Starting midfielder Jake Seau (Bishop’s ’14) recorded a goal and an assist for Duke. Ellis Geis (Foothill ’18) started at attack for Denver and put up three points (2g, 1a). Brett Greenlee (CdM’15) picked up two groundballs and caused a turnover.

Cleveland State 17, Bellarmine 8

Skylar Jimenez (Newbury Park ’16) and Sherwin Gersten (CdM ’16) both saw action for Cleveland State. Cathedral Catholic’s Josh Wehn (7gb, 3 CTO) and Santa Margarita’s Eric Rubak (2 CTO) started at defense for Bellarmine. Austin Streeter (San Clemente ’14) and Cole Wolfson (Cathedral ’15) also saw time for Bellarmine.

High Point 16, Drexel 11

Jake Schleppy (JSerra ’15) scored a goal for High Point.  John van Sickle (Mira Costa ’17) played between the pipes for Drexel.

Bryant 11, Providence 8

Jake Fiske (Poway ’16) had three groundballs and Ryan Ramirez (Torrey Pines ’17)  was credited with one gb for Bryant.

Boston University 15, Dartmouth 8

James Sullivan (Westlake ’17) started at defense for Dartmouth.  Nick Mohler (Loyola ’18) and Josh Williamson (Redondo Union ’16) both saw time for BU.

Vermont 9, Holy Cross 7

Starting Holy Cross attack Kevin Kodzis (Foothill ’16) was held scoreless.  John Gressett (Palos Verdes ’17) got in some minutes for Vermont.

Hofstra 14, Utah 10

Jimmy Yanes (JSerra ’15) scored for Hofstra.  Branden Wilson (San Clemente ’18) scored for the Utes.  Liam Cavanaugh-Fernandez (Cathedral ’17) and Reuben Santana (Santiago ’18) also saw time for Utah.

Air Force 12, Marist 6

Roland Wheeler IV (Torrey Pines ’15) and Kevin Cox (St. Margaret’s ’16) both saw time for Air Force.

Loyola 18, Johns Hopkins 12

Payton Rezanka (Cathedral ’18) saw time for No. 2 Loyola.

Maryland 13, Penn 12

Anthony DeMaio (Coronado ’16) started at middie for Maryland and scored a goal.  JoJo Biddle (Pacific Ridge ’17) saw time for Penn.

Hobart 22, Siena 12

Stanny Gilbertson (Palos Verdes ’15) scored a goal for Hobart.

Princeton 23, Monmouth 7

Phillip Thompson (Harvard-Westlake) had two groundballs and a caused turnover, and Nick Bauer (Mater Dei ’16) caused a turnover for Princeton.

St. John’s 18, Hartford 10

Kyle McBride (Palos Verdes ’18) had two groundballs for St. John’s.  J.T. Shoop (Newbury ’18) also saw time for St. John’s.

St. Joseph’s 21, Colgate 10 

Teo Domic (West Ranch ’17) started at defense for St. Joseph’s.  Max McGuire (Torrey Pines ’17) started between the pipes for Colgate.

Richmond 13, Bucknell 11

Starting midfield Brendan Egan (Torrey Pines ’17) scored a goal for Bucknell.

Brown 20, Quinnipiac 7

Jason Simaan (CdM ’16) was 8/17 at the dot with four groundballs for Brown.

Marquette 14, Quinnipiac 12

Peter Henkhaus (Palos Verdes) scored two goals for the Golden Eagles.  He also scored twice in Marquette’s season-opening win over Bellarmine on Feb. 9.  


Southwestern University sophomore Zac Asbury (Thousand Oaks), earned SCAC (Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) offensive player of the week after putting up 10 points (2g, 8a) in the Pirates’ season-opening 20-11 victory over Huntingdon. He then had 3 goals and 2 assists in a 13-12 loss at Birmingham Southern on Friday.

Last Sunday, Erich Wuesthoff (Newbury Park) scored four goals for St. Mary’s (Md.) in a 17-4 win over Marywood.