2021 Week 12 College Recap

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Cam Mulé only needed one touch to make all the difference for Duke.

The Blue Devils’ senior, a Team 91 2017 and Half Hollow Hills West alum, made a nifty off-ball cut and slammed home a pass from teammate Michael Sowers to give Duke a 13-12 win over Notre Dame in a crucial ACC tilt last week.

’20 Crush Brennan O’Neill (St. Anthony’s) continued his outstanding freshman campaign with two goals and an assist to go with four ground balls. ’19 Orange Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.) picked up three ground balls from his LSM spot, ’19 Orange Kenny Brower (Massapequa) dislodged a turnover and ’18 Extreme Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) tallied twice for Duke.

Lehigh 18, Bucknell 12

The other Mulé wasn’t so bad, either. ’19 Orange Christian Mulé had a career day for the Mountain Hawks, scoring seven goals and addinsg three assists for a 10-point day. None were better than the ludicrous backhander above.

’19 Orange Justin Tiernan (Glenn) snapped home a hat trick for Lehigh, which finished its Patriot League slate unblemished. ’19 John Sidorski (East Islip) added a goal, an assist and a ground ball and ’18 Extreme Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade) led the defense with two ground balls.

Penn 23, Cabrini 9

’17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East) was superb in the Quakers’ return to action, setting up four goals to go with two ground balls as Penn handled the defending Division III national champions.

’18 Extreme Matt Sageder (Mount Sinai) stopped four shots and grabbed two ground balls for the Cavaliers.

Georgetown 14, Providence 5

’17 Joe LiCalzi (South Side) caused a turnover and snared four ground balls to help the Hoyas clinch at least a share of the Big East title.

Binghamton 10, Vermont 7

’17 Kyle Tiernan (Glenn) was a defensive rock for the Bearcats, taking the ball away three times to go with four ground balls and an assist in Binghamton’s win. ’17 Tom Galgano (Bethpage) wasn’t far behind with three caused turnovers and three ground balls. ’18 Extreme Max Verch (Syosset) got in on the fun with a goal, three ground balls and two caused turnovers and ’18 Teddy McLoughlin (Islip) chipped in a ground ball.

Denver 19, St. John’s 11

’16 Lucas Cotler (Syosset) paced the Pioneers with a three-point day on the strength of a goal and two assists

Saint Joseph’s 14, LIU 13

’18 Ryan Doran (Half Hollow Hills East) set up three goals, scored one of his own, caused a turnover and snapped up a ground ball to lead the Hawks. ’17 Matt Tufano (Glenn) found the back of the net twice to go with an assist and a ground ball. ’19 Orange Blake Behlen (Commack) countered with a goal and four assists, as well as two ground balls, for the Sharks.

Penn State 10, Ohio State 9 

’16 Mac O’Keefe (Syosset) sniped a pair of goals to go with an assist and a ground ball and ’19 Orange Gerald Filardi (Half Hollow Hills West) picked up a ground ball to help the Nittany Lions edge the Buckeyes.

Navy 9, Army 4

’20 Crush Nick LiCalzi (South Side) collected a ground ball and helped the Midshipmen hold Army to its lowest goal output since 2017.

Rutgers 13, Michigan 12

’18 Extreme Ethan Rall (Islip) knocked out a turnover and gobbled up three ground balls to help the Scarlet Knights topple the Wolverines.

UMBC 14, Stony Brook 13 

’17 Tommy Lingner (St. Anthony’s) was brilliant in the Retrievers’ cage yet again, this time with 16 saves to go with a ground ball as UMBC booked a spot in the America East playoffs.

’18 Extreme Anthony Palma (East Islip) stopped 11 shots for the Seawolves.

High Point 13, Air Force 8

’20 Crush LSM Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) collected his first career goal to go with four ground balls and ’16 defenseman Vince Lombardi (Bayport-Blue Point) caused three turnovers and added a ground ball for the Falcons.

Drexel 12, Hofstra 8

’16 Bobby Casey (Wantagh) made 10 saves for the Pride, while ’16 Justin Lynskey (Massapequa) added a goal, an assist and a ground ball. Hofstra also got an assist, two caused turnovers and a ground ball from ’16 Ryan Tierney (Massapequa). ’16 Logan Danenza (St. Anthony’s) poked loose a turnover for the Hofstra defense, while ’16 Riley Forte (Half Hollow Hills West) tacked on two ground balls.

Syracuse 13, Virginia 11

’17 Ian Laviano (Cold Spring Harbor) tucked home a goal and added two ground balls for UVA.

UMass 21, Fairfield 14

’17 Taylor Strough (Cold Spring Harbor) sniped a pair of goals and grabbed a ground ball for the Stags.

Maryland 14, Johns Hopkins 13

’20 Crush Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East) collected a ground ball for the Blue Jays.

St. Bonaventure 11, Siena 6

’20 Crush Trevor Marsala (Mount Sinai) had yet another multi-caused turnover game, this time securing a pair of CTs for the Saints.

Marist 14, Manhattan 7

’19 White Christian Lyons (Syosset) netted a goal for the Jaspers.

Division II
Adelphi 15, Assumption 6

’16 Justin Napolitano (Sachem East) led Adelphi’s stingy defense with two caused turnovers and three ground balls, while ’16 Quintin McKenna (Harborfields) pocketed a goal as Adelphi cruised.

Chestnut Hill 22, Dominican 11

’19 White Billy Gordon (St. Anthony’s) led the Chargers with a goal and an assist to go with two caused turnovers and two ground balls.

Division III
Vassar 11, Skidmore 10

’19 White Maximus Albanese (West Islip) went OFF for Vassar, pouring home six goals to go with an assist and a ground ball in Vassar’s win.

Catholic 17, Moravian 8
Catholic 15, Scranton 10

’17 Sean Baudo (St. Anthony’s) led the offensive charge for Catholic’s two-game outburst. Baudo had two goals, two assists and a ground ball against Moravian before following it up with a goal, an assist, two ground balls and two caused turnovers.

Farmingdale State 20, Mount Saint Vincent 3

’18 Extreme Jake Wandle (Rocky Point) twice found the back of the net to fuel the Rams’ blowout.

Cabrini 22, Gwynedd Mercy 3

Matt Sageder stopped three shots and only ceded one goal for the Cavaliers.

Tufts 31, Bates 7 

’17 Jensen Corabi (Half Hollow Hills West) chipped in an assist as the Jumbos trampled Bates.

Wilkes 11, Delaware Valley 10
Misericordia 22, Wilkes 6

’20 Orange Matt Wilkes (Mattituck) picked up a combined seven ground balls for Wilkes.

Williams 16, Wesleyan 13

’18 Jake Sexton (Chaminade) led Wesleyan with two goals, an assist and two ground balls.