Men’s Lacrosse Division 1
Holy Cross 10, Harvard 9: Kevin Kodzis (Foothill ’16) led Holy Cross to their first victory over Harvard in 34 years with two goals and two assists. Kodzis scored a go-ahead goal to give the Crusaders a 9-8 lead with 3:47 left in regulation and later fed Justin Lynskey who buried the game-winner 1:28 into double OT. Kodzis’ former West Coast Starz teammate Beau Botkiss (Torrey Pines ’16) started at defense for Harvard. Kodzis is no. 20 in the tweet below.
— Holy Cross MLAX (@HCrossMLAX) February 20, 2018
Albany 18, Drexel 5. Stone Sims (San Clemente ’14) started at defense for Albany, recovered a groundball and caused a turnover for Albany. Jake O’Donnell (Poway ’14) started at midfield and had an assist for Drexel. Brennan Greenwald (Corona Del Mar ’17) recovered a groundball and lost the only faceoff he took.
Notre Dame 11, Richmond 7. Hugh Crance (Corona del Mar ’15) started at defense for the Irish and picked up six groundballs and caused two turnovers.
Boston University 10, Dartmouth 3. Hayden Ruiz (Santa Margarita ’14 had) a goal and two assists for the Terriers.
Great start to this one as Haydo rips home a goal on our opening possession! pic.twitter.com/SGJXF3CnrO
— BU Men’s Lacrosse (@TerrierMLAX) February 24, 2018
Bryant 15, Hartford 10: Cam Ziegler (La Costa Canyon, ’14) had five points (4g, 1a) for Bryant. Ziegler now has 15 points this season. “Two guys that were key were two of our captains in Tom Kennedy and Cam Ziegler. They were huge for us down the stretch – one in the midfield and one on the attack. They made some terrific plays when we needed them,” said head coach Paul Pressler
Manhattan 10, Bellarmine 9: Bellarmine’s entire starting defense hailed from Southern California high schools. Kevin Fahey (Coronado ’14), Eric Rubak (Santa Margarita ’16), and Josh Wehn (Cathedral Catholic ’15) were the starting poles. Fahey was credited with one groundball and one caused turnover, Rubak with two groundballs.
Mt. St. Mary’s 16, UMBC 7: Jason Brewster (Valley Center ’15) started at defense for the Retrievers and was credited with two groundballs and a caused turnover. Justin Barragan (Great Oak ’17) got in some time at defense and picked up a groundball.
Maryland 13, Penn 6: Anthony Demaio (Coronado ’16) scored a goal for the Terps. Don’t miss a chance to see Demaio and the Terps live when they play North Carolina in the Pacific Coast Shootout on March 24 in Costa Mesa.
Women’s Lacrosse Division 1
Arizona State 18, Manhattan 8: Kylie Kroeger (Mission Bay ’17) had a goal and an assist for the Sun Devils.
Vanderbilt 22, Fresno State 12: Mackenzie Wallevand (Mater Dei ’17) and Kennedy Mulvaney (Corona del Mar ’17) started at midfield for the Bulldogs. Wallevand had two goals and an assist, Mulvaney scored a goal. Alex Romanowski (Westview ’15) started at defense and recovered a groundball.
Denver 17, San Diego State 12: Riley Eggeman (Capistrano Valley ’14) started at midfield for Denver and ended with a goal and an assist. Caitlin Derry (Los Alamitos ’14) also scored a goal. For the Aztecs, Grace McGinty (San Marcos ’16) scored two goals, Jenny Buckland (Woodbridge ’14), recovered a groundball, and Morgan Taylor (Poway ’17) recovered two groundballs.
Colorado 17, San Diego State 12: Kelsie Garrison (Agoura ’14) started at defense for the Buffs, and picked three groundballs and caused two turnovers. Grace McGinty (San Marcos ’16) started at midfield for the Aztecs, finishing with a goal, an assist, and a groundball.Jenny Buckland (Woodbridge ’14), recovered two groundballs and Morgan Taylor (Poway ’17) scored a goal.
UConn 12, Cal 8: Marissa Kuberra (Torrey Pines, ’17) started at midfield and scored a goal for Cal.
Louisville 20, Butler 4: Journey Fischbeck (San Juan Hills ’16) scored a goal for Butler.
Men’s Division 2
Colorado Mesa 13, Lenoir-Rhyne 12: Calen Ketcham (Westview ’14) sparked the Mavericks to the upset over the No. 3 Lenoir-Rhyne Bears with four points (2g, 2a). Brandon Wilson (Palos Verdes, ’14) had a goal and two assists, Johnny Cary (Temecula Valley ’16) scored a goal, Michael Dasch Jr. (Mt. Carmel ’15) scored a goal, and Michael Marino (Aliso Niguel ’15) was 19/29 on faceoffs.
Colorado Mesa 17, Mars Hill 9: Brandon Wilson (Palos Verdes, ’14), Johnny Cary (Temecula Valley ’16), and Michael Marino (Aliso Niguel ’15) each scored two goals. Marino was 19/22 at the dot. Michael Dasch Jr. (Mt. Carmel ’15) scored a goal and Calen Ketcham (Westview ’14) had two assists.
Men’s Division 3
Southwestern 11, Whittier 10: Zac Asbury (Thousand Oaks’ 17) scored a goal and assisted on two others, and Jordan Riggs (San Clemente ’13) had a groundball and a caused turnover for the Pirates. Kevin O’Donnell (Pacific Ridge, ’14) was 9/10 on faceoffs for Whittier with seven groundballs. San Clemente’s Ryan Crawford (1g, 3gb) and Grossmont’s Cooper Champagne (1g, 5gb) also performed well for the Poets.
Carthage 19, Hope 4: Luke Seydel Westview (’14) had a goal and a groundball for Carthage.
Ohio Wesleyan 11, Messiah 10. Trent Schulte (Coronado ’14) was 2/5 on faceoffs and picked up a groundball.