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Philly men’s D1 college roundup: Rambo, Amato, Knarr, Hanzsche, Dreyer. Kennedy have big days

Sunday, 16th February 2014

Categories ACC Tourney, Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/16/14

Matt Rambo (La Salle) score three goals and Niko Amato (La Salle) made eight saves to gain the win as host Maryland thumped UMBC, 14-3, in a men’s lacrosse game Saturday.

Maryland's Matt Rambo (La Salle) scored two goals Saturday for the Terps. (Photo by Rene Schleicher)

Maryland’s Matt Rambo (La Salle) scored two goals Saturday for the Terps. (Photo by Rene Schleicher)

The Terps also got big defensive efforts from Goran Murray (Haverford School) and Casey Ikeda (Conestoga), who each had two GB and a CT. Kevin Forster (La Salle) scored once and Ryan Lehman (Garnet Valley) had a GB and a CT while Mike Bender (Emmaus) added a GB.

Georgetown 9, Navy 8, OT

Tyler Knarr (La Salle) won 12 of 19 face-offs for the Hoyas in their victory. TJ Hanzsche (Malvern Prep) scored three goals for the Mids.

Navy's TJ Hanzsche (Malvern Prep) scores an amazing behind-the-back goal, one of his three, for the Mids in their 9-8 OT loss to Georgetown (Photo by Tim Flatley)

Navy’s TJ Hanzsche (Malvern Prep) attempts a behind-the-back shot; he scored three for the Mids in their 9-8 OT loss to Georgetown (Photo by Tim Flatley)


Duke 14, Denver 10

Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion) had a goal and two assists and scooped three GB as the Blue Devils prevailed. Brian Dailey (Conestoga) added a GB and a CT and defenseman Jamie Ikeda (Conestoga) had a GB.

Bellarmine 10, Robert Morris 7

Eric Rankel (Downingtown West) had a goal, an assist, three GB and a CT and brother Tyler Rankel (Downingtown West) added two CT and a GB for RMU in the defeat.

Air Force 15, Furman 6

Keith Dreyer (Malvern Prep) had a goal, an assists and a GB and Alex Warden (Garnet Valley) added two GB for Air Force.

Maryland defenseman casey Ikeda (Conestoga) scoops a groundball (Photo by Rene Schleicher)

Maryland defenseman Casey Ikeda (Conestoga) scoops a groundball (Photo by Rene Schleicher)

Johns Hopkins 15, Towson 8

Drew Kennedy (Malvern Prep) won 16 of 23 face-offs to lead the Blue Jays.

Max Siskind (Henderson) scored once for the Tigers.


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