2022 Team 91 in College: May 2 Recap

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Christian Michaels was in a zone for Molloy, to say the least.

The Team 91 2019 Orange goalie was fantastic in the cage for the Lions, stopping a career-high 24 shots in Molloy’s 9-8 double-overtime win over Roberts Wesleyan.

Michaels, who has started all 16 games in goal this year, also caused a turnover and grabbed a ground ball for the Lions. ’19 White Sal Iadicicco (Bellport) caused a turnover and corralled a ground ball for Molloy, too. The Lions face No. 2 Frostburg State in the East Coast Conference semis on Wednesday.

Adelphi 13, Le Moyne 7

’17 defenseman Tom Galgano (Bethpage) took the ball away once and gobbled up three ground balls in the win.

Tampa 15, Florida Tech 9

’19 White Nick Cannetti (Sayville) dislodged a turnover and picked up two ground balls for the Panthers.

North Greenville 26, Lees-McRae 9

’21 Ambush defenseman Drew Sumner (Patchogue-Medford) grabbed a pair of ground balls.

Queens 14, Newberry 13
Limestone 16, Queens 11

’20 Orange Colby Suglia (Mattituck) caused three turnovers and racked up three ground balls for Queens in the conference semifinals. He then pocketed two more caused turnovers and grabbed a ground ball.

Division I

Brown 15, Dartmouth 6

Good time to score your first career goal, Kevin Sweeney.

The Team 91 2020 Crush alum by way of Mount Sinai, now a standout short-stick defensive midfielder at Brown, buried his first career tally.

The win earned Brown a share of the Ivy League title, and the Bears will host this weekend’s Ivy League tournament. Sweeney also scooped up a trio of ground balls for Brown, which won its fifth straight game.

Duke 19, North Carolina 11

’20 Crush Brennan O’Neill (St. Anthony’s) doled out four assists to go with a goal and two assists as the Blue Devils swept their Tobacco Road rivals.

’21 Andrew McAdorey (St. Anthony’s) snapped home a hat trick for Duke, which also got a whopping eight ground balls and a caused turnover from ’19 Orange LSM Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.)’19 Orange defenseman Kenny Brower (Massapequa) collected three ground balls and took the ball away twice.

’17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East) scored twice and set up another goal, while ’18 Extreme Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) added a goal and an assist. ’20 Crush Aidan Danenza (St. Anthony’s) rounded out the scoring with an assist.

’21 Blaze Johnny Schwarz (Shoreham-Wading River) netted his first career goal for the Tar Heels, while twin brother LSM Tyler Schwarz grabbed a pair of ground balls.

Yale 17, Harvard 16

’19 White Jared Paquette (West Islip) stopped a dozen shots, picked up four ground balls and caused a turnover as the Bulldogs edged their rivals in overtime to claim a share of the Ivy League championship.

’19 Orange defenseman Mikey Alexander (West Islip) snagged three ground balls and caused a turnover for Yale. The Bulldogs also got a faceoff win from ’21 Blaze Machado Rodriguez (Chaminade).

’19 Orange LSM Greg Campisi (St. Anthony’s) grabbed four ground balls for the Crimson.

Cornell 18, Princeton 15

’19 Orange Angelo Petrakis (Massapequa) won 18 of 35 faceoffs and collected 13 ground balls in the process to lead the Big Red to a share of the Ivy title. ’17 LSM Joe Bartolotto III (Miller Place) grabbed a ground ball in the win.

Johns Hopkins 16, Penn State 8

’20 Crush defensive midfielder Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East) caused three turnovers and added three ground balls as the Blue Jays earned a spot in the Big Ten semifinals.

Navy 13, Bucknell 6

’20 Crush Xavier Arline (Shoreham-Wading River) tallied once and grabbed a ground ball to lead the Mids over the Bison. ’20 Crush defenseman Nick LiCalzi (South Side) racked up a pair of ground balls on the defensive end.

LIU 15, Sacred Heart 10

’19 Orange Blake Behlen (Commack) paired two goals with three assists and a ground ball as the Sharks ate up the Pioneers.

Hofstra 15, Towson 14

’19 Orange Sam Lutfi (Massapequa) dished out an assist and grabbed a ground ball for the Pride.

Air Force 9, Bellarmine 7

’20 Crush LSM Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) caused a turnover and racked up a quartet of ground balls to push the Falcons past the Knights.

UMass-Lowell 9, Binghamton 7

’18 Extreme LSM Max Verch (Syosset) picked up four ground balls to go with a caused turnover, ’21 Blaze Matt Keegan (Sachem North) dished out an assist and picked up a ground ball and ’20 Orange Trey Sofield (Long Beach) caused a turnover for the Bearcats.

Loyola 13, Lehigh 12

’18 Extreme defenseman Michael Gomez (Half Hollow Hills East) caused two turnovers and grabbed a ground ball for the Mountain Hawks. ’19 Orange Justin Tiernan (Glenn) racked up a hat trick, ’19 Orange Nick Turrini (Calhoun) picked up four ground balls and caused a turnover and ’18 Extreme defenseman Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade) took the ball away once for Lehigh.


’17 Tommy Lingner (St. Anthony’s) earned the win with six saves before ceding the way to his understudy, ’20 Crush Jayson Tingue. The Bay Shore alum made the first two saves of his career

Marist 9, Monmouth 8

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

Siena 15, Quinnipiac 10

’20 Crush defenseman Trevor Marsala (Mount Sinai) took the ball away twice and snared two ground balls to lead the Saints.

’21 Blaze Mason Oak (Comsewogue) made a half-dozen shots in a half of work for the Bobcats.

Notre Dame 18, Syracuse 11

’20 Crush defenseman Nick Caccamo (Harborfields) was a force for the Orange with two caused turnovers and three ground balls, while ’20 Crush Tyler Cordes (Connetquot) snagged a ground ball for ‘Cuse.

Saint Joseph’s 17, Merrimack 9

’19 White defenseman Alex Keener (Bethpage) took away the ball once for the Hawks.

Delaware 14, Fairfield 12

’17 Taylor Strough (Cold Spring Harbor) scored once, set up another, caused two turnovers and grabbed a pair of ground balls for the Stags.

Vermont 19, Stony Brook 10

’17 Kevin Mack (Manhasset) led the Seawolves with two goals, two assists and a ground ball.

Division III

Wesleyan 15, Connecticut College 14
Wesleyan 17, Middlebury 9

’18 Jake Sexton (Chaminade) led the Cardinals to a NESCAC tournament opening-round win with three goals and two assists. Earlier in the week, Sexton hit the Camels for a goal, two helpers and three ground balls.

Keene State 14, Western Connecticut 11
Western Connecticut 29, Salem State 7

’17 Jac Cutillo (Kings Park) led WestConn against Keene State with three goals and an assist, while ’21 Blaze Ryan Baudo (St. Anthony’s) chipped in a goal. Baudo then led the offensive onslaught against Salem State with two goals, three ground balls and a caused turnover, while Cutillo tacked on a goal.

Cortland 16, Oswego State 12

’21 Ambush defenseman Conner Gallagher (Northport) collected a ground ball for Cortland.

Farmingdale State 19, Manhattanville 8
Farmingdale State 22, Purchase 4

The ’18 duo of Jake Wandle (Rocky Point) and Rob Varello (Smithtown East) each scored once against the Valiants. Wandle added a caused turnover and three ground balls.

Wandle then added a two-goal, three-assist, one-ground ball effort as the Rams pummeled Purchase in their regular-season finale.

Franklin & Marshall 15, Haverford 11

If the ball was on the ground, ’19 White defenseman Kyle Craig (Wantagh) picked it up for the Diplomats. He came away with half a dozen ground balls as F&M won its regular-season finale.

Maritime 17, Mount St. Mary 3

’19 White Connor Buschle (St. John The Baptist) led the Maritime blowout with a goal and two ground balls.

Salisbury 14, Catholic 8
Catholic 12, Moravian 12

’17 Sean Baudo (St. Anthony’s) followed up a two-assist, one-ground ball day against Salisbury with a hat trick and two ground balls as Catholic wrapped up the No. 1 seed in the Landmark tournament.

Trinity 11, Hamilton 2
Amherst 16, Trinity 10

’19 White Will Puccio (Garden City) tallied twice in the Bantams’ win and followed it up with two goals, an assist and two ground balls against Amherst.

Delaware Valley 10, Fairleigh Dickinson 9
Fairleigh Dickinson 9, King’s 8

’21 Ambush Aidan Bonn (Huntington) had a career day for FDU in its win. He caused a career-best six turnovers, including two in the fourth quarter, and collected five ground balls in the win. It came on the heels of a three-ground ball day against Del Val.

Merchant Marine 8, St. Joseph’s 7

’19 White Michael Carere (Connetquot) scored once and won 11 of 13 faceoffs for St. Joseph’s.

RPI 13, Ithaca 12

’18 defenseman Conor Caiazza (Half Hollow Hills East) took the ball away three times and scooped up three ground balls for Ithaca.

Hartwick 18, Utica 13

’20 defenseman Nick Cacciola (Shoreham-Wading River) harnessed a pair of ground balls and took the ball away once for the Hawks.