2022 Team 91 in College: April 18 Recap

Still a problem for defenses. Photo courtesy of Duke Lacrosse.

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Maybe counting Duke out was a mistake.

The Blue Devils looked very much the part of a title contender last week. Team 91 2020 Crush and St. Anthony’s product Brennan O’Neill was at the forefront of a 17-8 rout of two-time defending national champion Virginia. O’Neill fired home four goals and dished out four assists, leaving him one goal shy of the 50-goal mark for the season, to lead an explosive Duke offense.


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’18 Extreme Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) dished out two assists to go with a goal and a ground ball. ’19 Orange defenseman Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.) had a goal, four ground balls and a caused turnover. ’19 Orange Connor Drake (Salisbury, Conn.) and ’20 Crush Aidan Danenza (St. Anthony’s) each tallied once, while ’17 Cam Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) and ’17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East) both doled out assists.

’21 Blaze defenseman Jake Wilson (Shoreham-Wading River) caused a turnover in the win, while ’19 Orange Kenny Brower (Massapequa) collected a ground ball.

Cornell 15, Syracuse 14
Army 17, Cornell 10
North Carolina 14, Syracuse 13

’19 Orange Angelo Petrakis (Massapequa) won 17 of 33 faceoffs and scooped up eight ground balls to help the Big Red upend the Orange in overtime. Petrakis and ’21 Blaze Danny Caddigan (Smithtown West) teamed up to win the overtime faceoff for Cornell, too. Caddigan also buried a goal for Cornell, while ’17 LSM Joe Bartolotto (Miller Place) scooped up a ground ball.

Bartolotto caused a pair of turnovers against the Black Knights, while Petrakis won five faceoffs and added a pair of ground balls.

’20 Crush defenseman Nick Caccamo (Harborfields) caused two turnovers and snapped up three ground balls for Syracuse against Cornell, then followed it up with four ground balls and a caused turnover against the Tar Heels. ’20 Crush Tyler Cordes (Connetquot) dished out a pair of assists against the Big Red before adding a ground ball against UNC.

’21 Blaze LSM Tyler Schwarz (Shoreham-Wading River) dislodged a turnover and collected a ground ball to help UNC topple ‘Cuse.

Marist 14, Manhattan 12 

’19 Orange Larry Cangro (Eastport-South Manor) knocked out a trio of turnovers to help the Red Foxes take the Jaspers down.

’19 White Christian Lyons (Syosset) sniped a pair of goals for Manhattan.

Fairfield 16, UMass 13

’17 Taylor Strough (Cold Spring Harbor) led the Stags’ offense by handing out a trio of assists to go with a goal and a ground ball.

Air Force 12, Cleveland State 8

’20 Crush LSM Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) caused a turnover, picked up a ground ball and led a stingy Falcons’ defense as Air Force won for the seventh time in eight games.

Rutgers 13, Michigan 12

’18 Extreme LSM Ethan Rall (Islip) picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover to help the Scarlet Knights fend off the Wolverines’ upset bid.

’19 Orange Justin Brown (Half Hollow Hills West) continued his strong campaign with two goals, an assist and a ground ball.

Johns Hopkins 13, Penn State 10

’20 Crush Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East) picked up a ground ball to help the Blue Jays get back into the win column.

Saint Joseph’s 14, LIU 10 

’19 White defenseman Alex Keener (Bethpage) collected a ground ball to help the Hawks upend the Sharks.

’19 Orange Blake Behlen (Commack) led LIU with two goal, an assist and a caused turnover.

Navy 9, Lafayette 5

’20 Crush defenseman Nick LiCalzi (South Side) grabbed a trio of ground balls and took the ball away twice to lead a ferocious Midshipmen defensive effort.

UMBC 11, UMass-Lowell 7

’17 Tommy Lingner (St. Anthony’s) was phenomenal in the cage yet again for UMBC, stopping a baker’s dozen shots sent his way and adding a ground ball in the process.

Siena 14, St. Bonaventure 11

’20 Crush defenseman Trevor Marsala (Mount Sinai) caused a turnover to lead the Saints.


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Penn 11, Harvard 8

’19 Orange LSM Greg Campisi (St. Anthony’s) was a force for the Crimson, grabbing four ground balls, tallying once and causing a turnover.

Colgate 9, Lehigh 8

’19 Orange Christian Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) caused a turnover for the Mountain Hawks, while ’19 Orange Nick Turrini (Calhoun) snagged three ground balls.

Brown 20, Yale 13

’19 White Jared Paquette (West Islip) did everything he could for the Bulldogs, tossing aside 15 shots and grabbing three ground balls. ’19 Orange defenseman Mikey Alexander (West Islip) had a caused turnover and grabbed a ground ball for Yale, while ’21 Blaze Machado Rodriguez (Chaminade) won his lone faceoff and collected a ground ball.

Drexel 10, Hofstra 7 

’19 Orange Sam Lutfi (Massapequa) paced the Pride with a goal, an assist and a ground ball.

Notre Dame 18, Marquette 8 
Georgetown 20, Marquette 10

’18 LSM James Amorosana (Manhasset) had a ground ball against the Irish before adding two ground balls and a caused turnover against the Hoyas.

Denver 18, St. John’s 4

’20 Orange defenseman Jack McCarthy (Connetquot) corralled a ground ball for the Red Storm.

Division II

Florida Tech 15, Embry-Riddle 12
Florida Tech 14, Florida Southern 3

’19 White Nick Cannetti (Sayville) combined for three ground balls to help the Panthers to their fifth and sixth wins in the past seven outings.

Limestone 16, Queens 9
Queens 17, Anderson 9

’20 Orange Colby Suglia (Mattituck) vacuumed up five ground balls and caused a turnover in Queens’ opener. He followed up by bagging a trio of ground balls in Queens’ rout.

Adelphi 12, Molloy 8
Frostburg State 14, Molloy 6

’19 Orange Christian Michaels (Kings Park) was stout in the cage for the Lions, stopping 12 and 17 shots, respectively. ’19 White Sal Iadicicco (Bellport) had a ground ball against Adelphi before adding a caused turnover and a ground ball against Frostburg State.

Lenoir-Rhyne 10, Wingate 5

’19 White Marc Cottage (Smithtown West) fired home a goal for the Bulldogs.

Division III

Wesleyan 20, Trinity 14
Tufts 17, Wesleyan 14

’18 Jake Sexton (Chaminade) led the Cardinals’ 20-piece with four goals, three helpers, two ground balls and a caused turnover. He was great again against the Jumbos, finishing with three goals, one assist and five ground balls.

’19 Will Puccio (Garden City) did all he could to keep Trinity in it with four goals of his own.

Catholic 25, Drew 10

’17 Sean Baudo (St. Anthony’s) snapped home a pair of goals to fuel Catholic’s rout.

Western Connecticut State 18, Eastern Connecticut State 8
Western Connecticut State 19, Southern Maine 4

’21 Blaze Ryan Baudo (St. Anthony’s) jumpstarted the WestConn rout of their in-state rivals with a goal and three assists, while ’17 Jac Cutillo (Kings Park) doled out an assist. Cutillo then chipped in a ground ball in the win over Southern Maine.

Maritime 16, Manhattanville 4
Maritime 15, St. Joseph’s 5

St. Joseph’s 21, Mt. St. Vincent 4

’19 White Connor Buschle (St. John The Baptist) snared a ground ball for Maritime against Manhattanville.

’19 White Michael Carere (Connetquot) won all five faceoffs that he took against Mt. St. Vincent, while also supplying a goal, an assist and three ground balls in the process. He was a dominant 13-for-17 against Maritime and also collected nine ground balls.

Dickinson 13, Franklin & Marshall 11
Ursinus 14, Franklin & Marshall 13

’19 White Kyle Craig (Wantagh) had four ground balls and a caused turnover for the Diplomats against Dickinson, then added three ground balls and another caused turnover against the Bears.

Merchant Marine 15, Farmingdale State 12

’18 Extreme Jake Wandle (Rocky Point) paced the Rams with two goals, two assists and two ground balls. ’18 Rob Varello (Smithtown East) bagged a hat trick.

RIT 19, Ithaca 6
Ithaca 11, Skidmore 8

’17 LSM Stephen Ketelsen (Hicksville) scooped up a ground ball in RIT’s rout. ’18 defenseman Conor Caiazza (Half Hollow Hills East) caused a turnover for the Bombers against RIT. He then helped Ithaca back into the win column with a tremendous two-caused turnover, three-ground ball day.

Alfred 12, Hartwick 6

’20 Nick Cacciola (Shoreham-Wading River) knocked out a pair of turnovers and grabbed two ground balls for Hartwick.

Union 12, RPI 9

’21 Ambush Trey Berry (Chaminade) ripped home a pair of goals for RPI.

Stevens 25, Fairleigh-Dickinson 2

’21 Ambush Aidan Bonn (Huntington) grabbed two ground balls for FDU.


Onondaga 8, Nassau 6

’21 Ambush Andrew Tittmann (Northport) was brilliant in goal for the Lions, stopping 16 shots and scooping up two ground balls.