Ortlieb, Fischbeck Top This Week’s College Performances

Orange County alums continue to make a difference as the season progresses. Holy Cross senior Jack Ortlieb (Corona del Mar ’13) had a two-goal outing against Vermont and Butler freshman Journey Fischbeck (San Juan Hills, ’16) notched five points against Detroit to headline the action for OC lacrosse fans.

Men’s Lacrosse

Senior attack Jack Ortlieb (Corona del Mar ’13) scored two goals on four shots, and freshman attack Kevin Kodzis (Foothill ’16) was unable to find the net on three shots, as Holy Cross fell to host Vermont 14-8.

Peyton Garrett (San Clemente ’16) had 1 gb and 1 cto for High Point in a 9-3 win over Georgetown on Tuesday.

Fernando Delgado (St. Margaret’s ’15) started on defense and had three ground balls for Villanova in a 16-11 loss to Yale.

Hayden Ruiz (Santa Margarita ’14) had an assist and a ground ball for Boston University in a 12-5 win over Hartford.

Sophomore Jimmy Yanes (JSerra ’15) had an assist and a ground ball in Hofstra’s 11-9 win over visiting Monmouth. Midfielder Brenden Lynch (JSerra ’14) was credited with three ground balls.

Hugh Crance (Corona del Mar ’15) started at defense and finished the game with a gb and a cto to help Notre Dame defeat Georgetown.

Kevin Cox (St. Margaret’s ’16) recovered a groundball in Air Force’s 10-4 loss to Marist on Saturday.

Nate Marano (Foothill ’15) started at midfield and caused one turnover as Denver defeated Duke 13-9.

Stone Sims (San Clemente ’14) had a groundball and a caused turnover in Albany’s 11-10 loss to Syracuse.

Nick Bauer (Mater Dei ’16) had 3 groundballs and on caused turnover to help Princeton defeat NJIT 22-8.

Eric Rubak (Santa Margarita ’16) won two of the three faceoffs he took and picked up a groundball as Bellarmine dropped their home opener to Michigan 13-5.

Hunter Burgett (Great Oak ’14) scored a goal in North Greenville’s 16-7 loss to Queens.

Jordan Riggs (San Clemente ’13) had a goal and three groundballs in Southwestern’s 12-9 loss to Rhodes.

Women’s Lacrosse

Journey Fischbeck (San Juan Hills, ’16) was all over the field for Butler on Saturday with three goals and two assists for a team-high five points. Six of her team-high eight shots were on goal and she also tied for the team lead with two caused turnovers. Butler lost the game to Detroit 20-9.

Riley Eggeman (Capistrano Valley ’14) scored one goal and Caitlin Derry (Los Alamitos ’14) chipped in with an assist to help Denver defeat Louisville (11-10) in triple overtime each added a goal on the afternoon.  Eggeman also recovered a groundball and caused a turnover.