03/25/2019 8:05 AM
This is a weekly recap of how Team 91 alums are faring in the collegiate ranks. Did we miss someone? Click here to send updates to make sure you get featured.
Welcome back to the Tampa lineup, Joey Caputo.
The Team 91 2015 alum by way of Half Hollow Hills West was a force for the Spartans in his first game back from a broken wrist, winning 13 of 17 faceoffs as Tampa hammered Embry-Riddle, 25-8.
Caputo also collected nine ground balls for the Spartans, who won their third straight game.
Farmingdale State 6, Calvin 5
Jake Wandle came through in the clutch, burying the overtime winner as the Rams won on their Florida spring break trip. Wandle also scooped up a ground ball.
Virginia 16, Johns Hopkins 11
Ian Laviano scored twice, including this lights-out low-to-high screamer, and added an assist and a ground ball as the 'Hoos knocked off the rival Blue Jays.
Holy Cross 11, Brown 10
Justin Lynskey set up three goals and added another, plus a ground ball, as the Crusaders topped the Bears in double overtime.
Penn State 15, Cleveland State 11
Mac O'Keefe connected five times and added an assist and a ground ball for his seventh straight game with at least three goals as PSU won its fourth straight. O'Keefe is the top goal scorer in the country, both on a total (36) and per game (4.5) basis.
Yale 15, Princeton 10
Sean Kuttin and Lucas Cotler each grabbed a pair of ground balls as the Bulldogs won their fifth straight game.
Saint Joseph's 11, Bryant 6
Matt Tufano and Ryan Doran were all over the place for the Hawks, both pairing a goal with an assist. Tufano added three ground balls and a caused turnover, while Doran caused two turnovers and grabbed one ground ball.
Rutgers 10, Hofstra 7
Ethan Rall did it all for the Scarlet Knights, securing four ground balls, causing a turnover and even winning a faceoff as Rutgers tripped up the Pride. Ryan Tierney scored a hat trick and added two ground balls, Bobby Casey stopped eight shots to go with three ground balls and a caused turnover, and Riley Forte scored a goal to go with two ground balls for Hofstra.
Air Force 11, Furman 7
Four in a row and six of seven for the Falcons, thanks in no small part to Vin Lombardi's two-caused turnover, two-ground ball day.
Marist 6, Manhattan 5
Jake Weinman sniped twice while also adding three ground balls as the Red Foxes claimed their second win in a row.
Fairfield 18, NJIT 5
Villanova 12, Fairfield 8
Taylor Strough was up to his old tricks again, scoring a hat trick to go with two ground balls in the Stags' rout. He then added two goals, an assist, a ground ball and a caused turnover against the Wildcats.
Cornell 18, St. Bonaventure 3
Penn 16, Cornell 15
Joseph Bartolotto caused a turnover in the thrashing of the Bonnies, and later added a ground ball against the Quakers. Sean Lulley helped kickstart a Penn comeback by causing a pair of turnovers for the Quakers.
Hobart 10, Sacred Heart 9
The Pioneers fell, but Joe Cipoletti was an absolute monster on defense. He caused a four turnovers and hauled in a whopping seven ground balls for Sacred Heart.
St. John's 15, Dartmouth 8
Harvard 12, Dartmouth 9
Jack Richardson combined for three ground balls and three caused turnovers for the Big Green.
Albany 12, Binghamton 7
Tom Galgano kept up his strong work on the back end with two caused turnovers and three ground balls, TJ Tiernan had two goals and a ground ball, Kyle Tiernan added two ground balls and a caused turnover and Teddy McLoughlin snagged a ground ball for the Bearcats.
Marquette 9, Georgetown 8
Joe LiCalzi had a ground ball and a caused turnover for the Hoyas.
Syracuse 9, Duke 8
Jordan Ginder won a faceoff and caused a turnover for the Blue Devils.
Notre Dame 12, Michigan 9
Delaware 16, Michigan 13
Kevin Mack had an assist and a ground ball against the Irish, then followed it up with a two-goal, one-assist, one-ground ball day against the Blue Hens.
Detroit Mercy 6, Monmouth 4
Casey Kimmel pocketed half of the Hawks' offense with a pair of goals.