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What a time to get on the board, Danny Caddigan.
The Team 91 2021 Blaze attackman by way of Smithtown West pocketed his first career goal to help Cornell knock off Lehigh, 9-5, in a marquee non-conference battle.
’19 Orange Angelo Petrakis (Massapequa) won eight faceoffs and picked up three ground balls for Cornell, while ’17 Joe Bartolotto III (Miller Place) was super disruptive with a trio of caused turnovers and a pair of ground balls.
’18 Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade) was his usual superb self for the Mountain Hawks with two caused turnovers and three ground balls. ’18 Mikey Gomez (Half Hollow Hills East) caused one turnover and added a pair of ground balls, while ’19 Orange Christian Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) snatched up two ground balls to go with a caused turnover, while ’19 Orange Nick Turrini (Calhoun) knocked out a turnover.
— Stony Brook Men's Lacrosse (@StonyBrookMLAX) February 27, 2022
Stony Brook 17, St. John’s 10
Stony Brook 10, LIU 6
LIU 14, Hofstra 11
Hofstra 12, St. John’s 6
’18 Extreme Anthony Palma (Islip) stopped 11 shots and had three ground balls to help the Seawolves win the LI Cup Championship over LIU. ’17 Kevin Mack (Manhasset) had an assist and a ground ball in the title game, ’20 Crush Dane Reda (Mattituck) added a pair of ground balls and ’19 Orange Andrew Giovinco (Syosset) corralled a ground ball.
Mack went off in the LI Cup opener with four goals, two assists and two ground balls, while Giovinco paired a goal with an assist. Palma made a half-dozen saves to procure the win.
’19 Orange Blake Behlen (Commack) spearheaded LIU’s semifinal win with two goals, three assists, two ground balls and a caused turnover. He followed it up with two goals, an assist and three ground balls in the final. ’20 Orange Jack McCarthy (Connetquot) caused a turnover and added a ground ball for the Johnnies.
— Duke Men's Lacrosse (@DukeMLAX) February 23, 2022
Duke 19, Delaware 14
Penn 14, Duke 13
’17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East) had his finest game in a Duke uniform, scoring five second-half goals and adding a pair of assists and a ground ball against Delaware. ’20 Crush Andrew McAdorey (St. Anthony’s) went off against the Blue Hens, torching Delaware for four goals on four shots to go with two assists and a ground ball. Fellow Crush and St. Anthony’s product Brennan O’Neill put forth a two-goal, one-assist day, complete with three ground balls, and another Crush and Friars alum Aidan Danenza, had a goal and an assist.
’17 Cam Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) fired home a goal for Duke, as did ’19 Orange Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.), who also collected four ground balls and caused a turnover. ’19 Orange Kenny Brower (Massapequa) had three ground balls and a caused turnover, ’18 Extreme Frank Marinello (Chaminade) added a ground ball and ’18 Extreme Jordan Ginder (Brunswick, Conn.) won both of his faceoffs and collected a ground ball.
O’Neill followed it up with two goals, one assist and three ground balls as the Blue Devils fell to the Quakers in overtime. ’21 Blaze Jake Wilson (Shoreham-Wading River) made his first collegiate start and had two ground balls and a caused turnover. Brower had a whopping six ground balls and a caused turnover, Lulley chipped in a goal, an assist and three ground balls and Carpenter snatched up three ground balls and caused a turnover. ’18 Extreme Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) scored once and added a ground ball, while his brother, ’19 Orange Jake Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) tallied once.
Michigan 23, Canisius 10
Michigan 13, Cleveland State 5
’19 Orange Justin Brown (Half Hollow Hills West) paired a goal with an assist in the rout of Canisius. ’20 Crush Caden Hawkinson (Cold Spring Harbor) caused a turnover and ’20 Crush Trevor Kessel (Shoreham-Wading River) collected a ground ball for the Wolverines.
Brown then tallied again against the Vikings while Kessel caused a turnover to help the Wolverines move to 5-0.
North Carolina 14, Brown 11
Brown 12, Vermont 11
North Carolina 15, Johns Hopkins 10
’21 Blaze Tyler Schwarz (Shoreham-Wading River) dislodged a turnover and added a ground ball to help the Tar Heels topple the Bears. He also picked up a ground ball in UNC’s win over Hopkins, which got three ground balls from standout SSDM ’20 Crush Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East).
’20 Crush Kevin Sweeney (Mount Sinai) had a pair of ground balls for Brown against UVM.
Princeton 22, Binghamton 9
Binghamton 13, Lafayette 12
’20 Crush Koby Ginder (Brunswick, Conn.) claimed four faceoff wins to pace the Tigers over the Bearcats.
’21 Blaze Matt Keegan (Sachem North) collected three ground balls to go with a caused turnover and ’20 Orange Trey Sofield (Long Beach) added a ground ball for Binghamton against Princeton. Keegan then dished out an assist and Sofield chipped in a ground ball as the Bearcats toppled the Leopards in overtime.
Rutgers 13, Loyola 12
’18 Extreme Ethan Rall (Islip) was a force from his LSM spot, causing two turnovers and handling a pair of ground balls to help the Scarlet Knights edge the Greyhounds.
Dartmouth 11, Bryant 9
’21 Blaze Brandon Ventarola (Trinity-Pawling) was a defensive stalwart with two caused turnovers and a ground ball as the Big Green recorded their first win.
Saint Joseph’s 15, Providence 8
’19 White Alex Keener (Bethpage) had a pair of ground balls and a caused turnover for the Hawks.
Manhattan 11, Wagner 5
’19 White Christian Lyons (Syosset) doled out an assist, caused a turnover and collected a ground ball as the Jaspers cruised.
Penn State 10, Yale 6
’19 White Jared Paquette (West Islip) was stout in the Bulldogs’ cage, stuffing 16 shots fired his way and grabbing a trio of ground balls. ’19 Orange Mikey Alexander (West Islip) caused a turnover and snatched up a ground ball and ’17 Luke Eschbach (Smithtown East) secured three ground balls.
? Long pole goal ? Don't leave Greg Campisi alone.
We've got a one-goal game!
— Harvard Men's Lacrosse (@HarvardMLax) February 27, 2022
Ohio State 17, Harvard 12
’19 Orange Greg Campisi (St. Anthony’s) was a menace for the Crimson, securing five ground balls, causing three turnovers and scoring his first career goal from his LSM spot.
Virginia 20, Syracuse 11
’20 Crush Tyler Cordes (Connetquot) handed out an assist and ’20 Crush Nick Caccamo (Harborfields) forced a turnover for the Orange.
Mount St. Mary’s 9, UMBC 8
’17 Tommy Lingner (St. Anthony’s) made 11 saves and snared four ground balls for UMBC.
Villanova 16, Fairfield 9
’17 Taylor Strough (Cold Spring Harbor) buried a pair of goals to go with an assist for the Stags.
High Point 14, Navy 13
’20 Crush Nick LiCalzi (South Side) snared a quartet of ground balls for the Midshipmen.
Jacksonville 15, Air Force 9
’20 Crush Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) caused a turnover and added a ground ball for the Falcons.
Dominican 16, D’Youville 6
’19 White Billy Gordon (St. Anthony’s) helped Dominican start its season off right by supplying two goals, an assist, three ground balls and a caused turnover in the win.
Franklin & Marshall 19, DeSales 6
Franklin & Marshall 18, Messiah 5
’19 White Kyle Craig (Wantagh) was a force against DeSales, smashing out three caused turnovers and nabbing six ground balls as F&M rolled. He kept it going against Messiah, too, with a pair of caused turnovers.
Farmingdale State 20, Sage 3
’18 Jake Wandle (Rocky Point) and ’18 Robbie Varello (Smithtown East) – who also chipped in a caused turnover and a ground ball – each collected hat tricks as the Rams rolled.
Catholic 19, Colorado College 14
’18 Sean Baudo (St. Anthony’s) popped off for four goals, an assist and a ground ball as Catholic knocked off No. 19 Colorado College.
Maritime 13, New Paltz 4
Oneonta 13, Maritime 6
’19 White Connor Buschle (St. John The Baptist) fired home a goal and grabbed a pair of ground balls in Maritime’s season opener. He later added a ground ball and a caused turnover against Oneonta.
Arcadia 19, Marywood 4
’21 Ambush Gavin Lacy (North Shore) made his collegiate debut by grabbing a ground ball in Arcadia’s rout.
Swarthmore 16, Vassar 4
’19 White Maximus Albanese (West Islip) scooped up a ground ball for Vassar.