2022 Team 91 in College: April 11 Recap

Jake Sexton: baller! Photo courtesy of Wesleyan Lacrosse.

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What a week it was for Jake Sexton and Wesleyan.

Sexton, a Team 91 2018 product by way of Chaminade, posted five goals and five assists to help the Cardinals knock off a pair of ranked NESCAC rivals in Amherst and Middlebury.

Sexton put forth a three-goal, four-assist, two-ground ball, one-caused turnover performance in Wesleyan’s 21-14 rout of Amherst. He followed it up with two goals and a helper, as well as a caused turnover, as the Cardinals nipped Middlebury 12-11.

Sexton has been a force for Wesleyan all season long, tallying 27 goals, 21 assists and 48 points. All three totals are good for second on the Cardinals, who hold an 8-2 record.

Catholic 14, Gettysburg 13

’17 Sean Baudo (St. Anthony’s) led the way for the Cardinals with five goals, an assist, two ground balls and a caused turnover.

Farmingdale State 12, St. Joseph’s 7

’18 Extreme Jake Wandle (Rocky Point) tallied twice and set up another to lead the Rams in the inaugural Legends Game’18 Robbie Varello (Smithtown East) also scored twice for Farmingdale.

’19 White Michael Carere (Connetquot) won four faceoffs and set up a goal for the Golden Eagles.

Western Connecticut State 20, St. Joseph 3
Western Connecticut State 16, Plymouth State 7

’17 Jac Cutillo (Kings Park) and ’21 Blaze Ryan Baudo (St. Anthony’s) each paired two assists with a goal against St. Joseph. Cutillo then followed it up with two goals, a helper and a ground ball against Plymouth State. Baudo chipped in a goal, a ground ball and two caused turnovers.

Maritime 23, Mount St. Vincent 2

’19 Connor Buschle (St. John The Baptist) helped spark the rout with a goal, two ground balls and a faceoff win.

Franklin & Marshall 10, Muhlenberg 9

’19 White Kyle Craig (Wantagh) caused a turnover and collected three ground balls as F&M mounted a furious comeback to get the win.

Connecticut College 7, Trinity 6
Bowdoin 18, Trinity 10 

’19 White Will Puccio (Garden City) snared three ground balls for the Bantams in their week’s opener, then followed it up with a hat trick for Trinity.

DeSales 16, Fairleigh Dickinson 6
Lycoming 12, Fairleigh Dickinson 7

’21 Ambush Aidan Bonn (Huntington) engulfed a trio of ground balls in both games for FDU.

Cortland 17, Nazareth 9
Cortland 14, Brockport 7

Cortland racked up its second and third wins in a row, thanks in part to a ground ball from ’21 Ambush defenseman Logan Schanars (Half Hollow Hills East) against Nazareth and a ground ball and a caused turnover from ’21 Ambush defenseman Conner Gallagher (Northport) against Brockport.

Arcadia 14, Wilkes 7
DeSales 18, Wilkes 9

’20 Orange LSM Matt Warns (Mattituck) pocketed a pair of ground balls in both games.

Clarkson 11, RPI 8

’21 Ambush Trey Berry (Chaminade) scored once for RPI.

Division I
Lehigh 13, Bucknell 12

’19 Orange Christian Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) fueled the Mountain Hawks with two goals, an assist and two ground balls. ’18 Extreme Michael Gomez (Half Hollow Hills East) and ’18 Extreme Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade) posted matching two-caused turnover, one-ground ball stat lines, while ’19 Nick Turrini (Calhoun) vacuumed up four ground balls in the win.

Cornell 17, Harvard 9 

’19 Orange Angelo Petrakis (Massapequa) won 17 of 27 faceoffs and scooped up nine ground balls to spur the Big Red past the Crimson.

’17 LSM Joe Bartolotto III (Miller Place) bagged a pair of ground balls and caused a turnover for Cornell, which also got a goal and a ground ball from ’21 Blaze Danny Caddigan (Smithtown West).

’19 Orange LSM Greg Campisi (St. Anthony’s) paced Harvard with a caused turnover and three ground balls.

Stony Brook 14, Dartmouth 13
Stony Brook 20, NJIT 12
Yale 23, Dartmouth 6

’17 Kevin Mack (Manhasset) fueled the Seawolves against the Big Green, tagging a hat trick to go with two assists as Stony Brook fended off Dartmouth’s comeback attempt. ’18 Extreme Anthony Palma (East Islip) was stout in the cage with 16 saves and three ground balls. ’19 Orange Andrew Giovinco (Syosset) chipped in an assist, while ’20 Crush Dane Reda (Mattituck) scooped up a ground ball. ’21 Blaze Brandon Ventarola (Trinity-Pawling) snared three ground balls for Dartmouth.

Mack then buried a hat trick against NJIT, while Palma made four saves and added a ground ball in split duty to secure the win. Giovinco tallied once, while Reda caused a turnover and grabbed a ground ball.

’19 White Jared Paquette (West Islip) was great as usual for the Bulldogs. He stopped 10 shots and picked up a ground ball, while fellow West Islip product and ’19 Orange defenseman Mikey Alexander dislodged a turnover and collected a ground ball. ’17 Luke Eschbach (Smithtown East) sniped a goal for Yale, while ’21 Blaze Machado Rodriguez (Chaminade) won his lone faceoff. Ventarola added two ground balls for Dartmouth.

UMBC 16, Albany 7

’17 Tommy Lingner (St. Anthony’s) denied nine shots sent his way to go with two ground balls as the Retrievers rolled.

LIU 14, Mount St. Mary’s 10 

’19 Orange Blake Behlen (Commack) highlighted the Sharks’ win with a three-goal, two-assist, one-ground ball effort.

Saint Joseph’s 11, Bryant 10

’19 White defenseman Alex Keener (Bethpage) helped the Hawks to a win with two ground balls and a caused turnover.

Air Force 13, Detroit Mercy 4

’20 Crush LSM Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) collected a pair of ground balls for the Falcons.

Hofstra 12, Delaware 11

’19 Orange Sam Lutfi (Massapequa) gobbled up three ground balls to help the Pride upend the Blue Hens.

Notre Dame 16, Duke 15

’20 Crush Brennan O’Neill (St. Anthony’s) paced the Blue Devils with a hat trick, two assists and a ground ball. ’20 Crush Andrew McAdorey (St. Anthony’s) also snapped home a hat trick for Duke, which also got a goal apiece from ’17 Cam Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) and ’18 Extreme Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.). ’17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East) set up goal.

’19 Orange LSM Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.) and ’20 Crush Aidan Danenza (St. Anthony’s) each snared a ground ball, while ’19 Orange defenseman Kenny Brower (Massapequa) caused a turnover.

Penn State 9, Michigan 8

’19 Orange Justin Brown (Half Hollow Hills West) almost put the Wolverines over the top by himself with an insane five-goal performance on just six shots. He also chipped in a ground ball.

Albany 14, Syracuse 12

’20 Crush defenseman Nick Caccamo (Harborfields) was a force for the Orange with two caused turnovers and four ground balls.

Drexel 19, Fairfield 18

’17 Taylor Strough (Cold Spring Harbor) nearly willed the Stags to a win with a herculean six-goal, one-ground ball day.

Ohio State 12, Johns Hopkins 10

’20 Crush Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East) knocked loose a turnover and picked up two ground balls for the Blue Jays.

Loyola 18, Navy 7

’20 Crush defenseman Nick LiCalzi (South Side) swatted away three turnovers and picked up two ground balls for the Midshipmen.

Virginia 11, North Carolina 4

’21 Blaze LSM Tyler Schwarz (Shoreham-Wading River) took the ball away once while also gobbling up a ground ball for the Tar Heels.

Manhattan 8, Siena 7

’20 Crush defenseman Trevor Marsala (Mount Sinai) took the ball away once and snagged a pair of ground balls for the Saints.

Marquette 23, St. John’s 13

’19 Orange defenseman Jack McCarthy (Connetquot) collected two ground balls for St. John’s.

Princeton 18, Marist 7

’19 Orange defenseman Larry Cangro (Eastport-South Manor) caused a turnover and scooped up a ground ball for the Red Foxes.

Division II

Wingate 14, Newberry 9

’19 White Marc Cottage (Smithtown West) scored once to help Wingate to its fourth straight win.

Chestnut Hill 10, Dominican 4

’19 White Billy Gordon (St. Anthony’s) pocketed a goal, a caused turnover and two ground balls for the Chargers.

Queens 20, North Greenville 7

’20 Orange Colby Suglia (Mattituck) led a stingy Queens defense with a caused turnover and a ground ball.