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Rounding up Philly D1 men’s players in Saturday’s games

Sunday, 10th March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/10/13

Andrew Cacchio (Holy Ghost Prep) had four goals and an assist and Tate Klidonas (Emmaus) had a goal, an assists, five groundballs and two caused turnovers as Hartford rallied to defeat Siena, 16-15, Saturday in men’s college lacrosse.

Adam Yee (Penncrest) won 11 of 26 face-offs and grabbed 10 groundballs and freshman defenseman Chris Duffy (Abington) had a groundball in a starting role for the winners.

Bellarmine 11, Air Force 10

Michael Bender (Emmaus) had five GBs and two CTs to lead Bellarmine.

Keith Dreyer (Malvern Prep) had two goals and three assists for Air Force and Alex Warden (Garnet Valley) led the defense with two GBs and one CT.

Bucknell 7, UMass 4

Jackson Place (Episcopal Academy) had four GBs and two CTs to lead the Bison.

Dartmouth 11, Robert Morris 9

Patrick Resch (La Salle) had two CTs and a GB for Dartmouth.

For Robert Morris Eric Rankel (Downingtown West) had three goals, Dave Morton (Hill School) two goals and Tyler Rankel (Downingtown West) added 6 of 12 FO, four GBs and three CTs.

Harvard 8, Georgetown 6

Peter Schwartz (La Salle) had two goals and an assist for Harvard. His former teammate, Tyler Knarr (La Salle), won 12 of 16 FO and grabbed five GBs for Georgetown.

Hobart 11, Michigan 7

Peter Zonino (Conestoga) had 11 saves in goal and Gryphin Kelly (Plymouth Whitemarsh) won 10 of 20 face-offs, had an assist and grabbed six GBs for Hobart.

Hofstra 8, Notre Dame 7

Mark Mullen (Germantown Academy) was credited for blanking freshman sensation Matt Kavanagh to help Hofstra earn the upset win.

Stephen O’Hara (St. Joseph’s Prep) had five GBs and a CT while Tyler Andersen (Radnor) added two CTs and a GB on defense.

Mount St. Mary’s 16, Manhattan 7

Daniel Stranix (Ridley) had one goal for the Mount.

Jacksonville 13, Marquette 7

Jimmy Trentini (Upper Dublin) scored twice and Dan Jones (Penncrest) added one for Jacksonville.


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