Team 91 alum Jake Weinman (46) and Marist got their first two wins of the season this week.
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Jake Weinman picked the perfect time to finish off the hat trick.
The Team 91 alum’s third goal of the game with 3:34 to play gave Marist the edge it needed to secure a 14-13 victory over Hartford for the Red Foxes’ first win of the season.
Marist trailed, 9-6, before Weinman buried his first of the game early in the third quarter to kickstart the comeback. His second of the game drew the Red Foxes to within one with 12:29 to go to set up his heroics.
Later in the week, Weinman scored once to help Marist to another win, this time as the Red Foxes doubled up Stony Brook, 10-5.
Elsewhere from Team 91 alums:
Georgetown 13, Mount St. Mary’s 11
Georgetown 14, Hofstra 6: Joe LiCalzi corralled two ground balls in the Hoyas’ first game of the week, then added another as Georgetown ran by Hofstra.
Ryan Tierney supplied half of the offense for the Pride, bagging a hat trick to go with a ground ball, while Bobby Casey stopped seven shots and grabbed a ground ball.
Stony Brook 11, Hofstra 10: Tierney netted a goal and set up another while also snaring two ground balls, Riley Forte scored once and Casey denied eight rips sent his way.
Air Force 13, Canisius 7: Vin Lombardi was absolutely dominant on the back end, causing three turnovers and collecting three ground balls as the Falcons only yielded two-second half goals to run away from Canisius.
Penn State 15, Penn 14: It was more of the same for Mac O’Keefe, as the sniper continued his torrid start to the season with three goals, an assist and a ground ball as Penn State downed the Quakers. Sean Lulley did everything he could to kickstart an upset for Penn, setting up three goals, scoring twice, causing a turnover and grabbing a ground ball.
Team 91 alum Kevin Mack buried a hat trick in Michigan’s win over St. John’s.
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Michigan 16, St. John’s 11: Kevin Mack was a force for the Wolverines, scoring a hat trick to go with an assist and two ground balls as Michigan won its second straight.
Virginia 15, Syracuse 14: Ian Laviano was a problem once again for opposing defenses, as he buried a pair of goals, set up another and had a ground ball as the ‘Hoos won their second straight overtime thriller.
Dartmouth 11, Wagner 4: The Big Green got on the board in style, picking up their first win of the year as Jack Richardson gobbled up three ground balls to help Dartmouth roll.
Holy Cross 11, Harvard 10
Loyola 19, Holy Cross 15: Down 10-3 early in the third quarter, the Crusaders used an incredible 8-0 run to edge the Crimson in overtime. Justin Lynskey had a goal and a crucial late assist that helped Holy Cross draw to within one, and also grabbed a ground ball. Lynskey nearly guided the Crusaders to an upset of top-ranked Loyola, but his insane three-goal, three-assist, two-ground ball day wasn’t quite enough.
Riley Cox scored once to help the Greyhounds fend off Holy Cross’ upset bid.
Yale 12, UMass 11: The defending national champions got a goal and a ground ball from Lucas Cotler to nip UMass in overtime.
Delaware 14, Saint Joseph’s 6
Saint Joseph’s 8, Monmouth 6: Ryan Doran had a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover in the win over Monmouth, while Matt Tufano paired a goal with an assist. Tufano added two ground balls against the Blue Hens.
Cornell 17, Albany 16: The Great Danes came up a hair short, but Steven Ramirez dished out a pair of assists and added a ground ball for Albany.
Hobart 16, Binghamton 7: Tom Galgano had two ground balls and Kyle Tiernan added one for the Bearcats.
Rutgers 8, Fairfield 4: Taylor Strough picked up a ground ball for the Stags.