2024 Team 91 in College: May 6 Recap

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The defending national champions look like they’re ready to make it two in a row. Jordan Faison‘s got his sights set on helping Notre Dame get back to the top, too.

Faison had a goal, three assists, a takeaway and a ground ball as the Irish routed Virginia, 18-9, in the ACC tournament semifinals. He followed it up with an assist as Notre Dame rolled past Duke, 16-6, to take home the ACC championship.

Duke 18, Syracuse 13

In Duke’s semifinal win, ’20 Crush Andrew McAdorey (St. Anthony’s) pushed the Blue Devils into the final with five goals, an assist and two ground balls. He also handed out an assist and picked up a ground ball in the title game. ’20 Crush Brennan O’Neill (St. Anthony’s) popped off for four goals, two assists and five ground balls against the Orange before scoring once against the Irish.

’19 Orange LSM Tyler Carpenter (Salisbury, Conn.) gave Duke a spark in the title game with a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover. He vacuumed up a pair of ground balls against Syracuse. ’20 Crush Aidan Danenza (St. Anthony’s) set up a goal in both games to go with a takeaway and a ground ball against the Orange.

’19 Orange defenseman Kenny Brower (Massapequa) collected a ground ball in both games. ’21 Blaze defenseman Jake Wilson (Shoreham-Wading River) took the ball away once against the Irish.

’22 Smash Joey Spallina (Mount Sinai) fueled the Syracuse offense with four goals. ’20 Crush defenseman Nick Caccamo (Harborfields) racked up a pair of ground balls. ’19 Orange Christian Mulé (Half Hollow Hills West) had one assist.

Michigan 16, Penn State 4
Michigan 10, Johns Hopkins 7

’19 Orange Justin Tiernan (John Glenn) snapped for five goals and a ground ball in the Big Ten tournament championship game to help the Wolverines to their second straight title. ’19 Orange Justin Brown (Half Hollow Hills West) tallied twice for his first multi-goal game of the season.

Tiernan also tallied once in Michigan’s semifinal win.

’23 Bandits LSM Luke Martin (St. Anthony’s) picked up two ground balls and his brother, ’20 Crush SSDM Brett Martin (Half Hollow Hills East) secured one for the Blue Jays.

Albany 18, Merrimack 7
Vermont 10, UMBC 8
Albany 12, Vermont 11

’22 Smash Alex Pfeiffer (Sachem North) pocketed a goal and snatched up a ground ball and ’22 Smash defenseman Max Neeson (Pottsgrove, Pa.) caused a turnover and snagged a ground ball as the Great Danes nipped the Catamounts for the America East championship.

Pfeiffer paired a goal with an assist to go with two ground balls in the semifinal rout. Neeson chipped in a takeaway.

’20 Crush goalie Jayson Tingue (Bay Shore) capped his terrific UMBC career with nine saves and three ground balls.

Saint Joseph’s 11, UMass 9
Saint Joseph’s 17, Richmond 13

’19 White LSM Alex Keener (Bethpage) had an insane stat line for the Hawks in their semifinal win over the Minutemen. Keener scored once and added four caused turnovers and five ground balls to vault the Hawks into the A10 title game.

Keener then added a trio of ground balls and a takeaway as the Hawks took home the title on the strength of their 12th straight win.

Navy 12, Loyola 10
Lehigh 12, Navy 8
Lehigh 11, Boston University 10

’19 Orange SSDM Nick Turrini (Calhoun) gobbled up two ground balls to help the Mountain Hawks win the Patriot League.

’20 Crush Xavier Arline (Shoreham-Wading River) put up two assists in the semis after pairing a goal with an assist in the quarterfinals. ’22 Smash Jack Flaherty (Chaminade) had an assist, two ground balls and a takeaway against Loyola before adding two ground balls against the Mountain Hawks. ’20 Crush defenseman Nick LiCalzi (South Side) took the ball away once and added a ground ball against the Greyhounds before posting a two-ground ball day against Lehigh.

Penn 13, Cornell 9
Princeton 14, Yale 10
Princeton 18, Penn 11

’23 Bandits Leo Hoffman (Brunswick, Conn.) had his best game of the season with two goals – including the game-winner – to go with an assist and a ground ball to push the Quakers into the Ivy League title game. Penn lost in the final, but Hoffman had another strong day with a goal, two helpers and a ground ball.

’21 Blaze Danny Caddigan (Smithtown West) buried a goal and picked up a ground ball for the Big Red against Penn.

’19 White goalie Jared Paquette (West Islip) denied 16 shots sent his way and also grabbed two ground balls. ’21 Blaze Machado Rodriguez (Chaminade) won six faceoffs and grabbed two ground balls for the Bulldogs, who also got four ground balls from ’22 Smash Patrick Pisano (Cold Spring Harbor). ’19 Orange defenseman Mikey Alexander (West Islip) caused a turnover.

Jacksonville 15, Air Force 10

’20 Crush LSM Chris Bardak (St. Anthony’s) racked up four ground balls for the Falcons in the ASUN semifinals.

Manhattan 8, LIU 7
Sacred Heart 15, Siena 13
Sacred Heart 11, Manhattan 5

’21 Ambush Ryan McCarthy (Northport) racked up four assists – his eighth game of three or more assists – for the Saints. ’20 Crush defenseman Trevor Marsala (Mount Sinai) added two ground balls.

’19 White Christian Lyons (Syosset) scooped up a ground ball in both games for the Jaspers.

Division II

Mercy 19, Molloy 11

’19 White goalie Christian Michaels (Kings Park) stopped 13 shots, picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover for the Lions.

Saint Anselm 12, Pace 11

’21 Ambush Danny Zabbia (Half Hollow Hills West) collected a ground ball for Pace.

Division III

Geneseo 17, Oswego 3
Potsdam 8, Cortland 7
Geneseo 20, Potsdam 10

’21 Ambush goalie Andrew Tittman (Northport) backstopped Geneseo to a SUNYAC title with 11 and five saves, respectively. He also picked up a ground ball in the title game.

’21 Ambush LSM Conner Gallagher (Northport) picked up four ground balls and ’21 Ambush Sam Rothman (Half Hollow Hills East) scored once, added an assist and a ground ball for the Red Devils.

Farmingdale State 11, Merchant Marine 7

’23 Warriors defenseman Ryan Thorne (Newfield) picked up a ground ball for USMMA.

St. John Fisher 30, Hartwick 7

’20 Varsity defenseman Nick Cacciola (Shoreham-Wading River) took the ball away twice for Hartwick.