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Rounding up Philly players in D1 games this weekend: Joka, Gural, Farrell, Barrett, Yee star

Sunday, 22nd February 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/22/15

Colin Joka (Plymouth Whitemarsh) scored three of his four goals in the final period as Marist rallied past host Binghamton, 12-9, Sunday in D1 men’s lacrosse.

Jimmy Murphy (Hatboro-Horsham) added a caused turnover for the Red Foxes (2-0).rounding up

Air Force 13, Canisius 6

Keith Dreyer (Malvern Prep) had a goal and three assists and Alex Warden (Garnet Valley) had a caused turnover for Air Force.

Denver 10, Furman 5

Jon Vandenberg (Garnet Valley) had a groundball for Furman.

Towson 9, Georgetown 6

Max Siskind (Henderson) scored once for the Tigers (2-1).

Marquette 11, Richmond 10, OT

Blaine Fleming (St. Joseph’s Prep) had two assists, Dan Mojica (Springfield-Delco) had three groundballs and a caused turnover, Jake Richard (Henderson) had two groundballs, Joe Dunn (Malvern Prep) had a groundball and Zach Barr (Downingtown West) had a groundball for Marquette.

Tommy Monzo (Penn Charter) had two gorundballs and a caused turnover.

Saturday’s Games
(NOTE: Philly college games posted Saturday feature Philly players in the roundups)

Holy Cross 13, Loyola 12

Nikko Pontrello (St. Augustine Prep) had two goals, four assists and three groundballs in defeat for Loyola.

UMBC 4, Monmouth 2

Eric Berger (Penn Charter) had a goal, Chris Daly (Lower Merion) had an assist, Dylan Schulte (Seneca) a groundball and a caused turnover, Andrew Grawjewski (La Salle) a caused turnover and Tyler Keen (Downingtowen West) a groundball.

Bucknell 8, Navy 7

For Navy, TJ Hanzsche (Malvern Prep) had two goals and Gabe Voumard (St. Augustine Prep) had a goal and three groundballs.

Fairfield 15, Manhattan 4

Drew Murray (Penn Charter) had a goal and a groundball and Andrew Eidenshink (La Salle) had three groundballs for Fairfield.

High Point 13, Sacred Heart 5


Pat Farrell (St. Joseph’s Prep
) had eight caused turnovers and two groundballs, Brad James (St. Joseph’s Prep) had two assists and a groundball, and Joseph Taulane (Garnet Valley) had two groundballs.

Yale 10, Maryland 6

Jeff Cimbalista (La Salle) scored twice for Yale.

Matt Rambo (La Salle) had a goal and an assist and a groundball and Casey Ikeda (Conestoga) had a caused turnover for the Terps.

Virginia 14, Rutgers 5

Matt Barrett (Malvern Prep) posted 12 saves and Will McNamara (Haverford School) had a groundball and a caused turnover for the Cavs.

Bryant 11, Hartford 9

Shane Morrell (Episcopal Academy)
had two goals and Connor Dent (St. Joseph’s Prep) had three groundballs for Bryant.

Dylan Protesto (Penncrest) won 13 of 23 face offs and Adam Yee (Penncrest) had two goals and two assist for Hartford.

Detroit 11, Robert Morris 10

Eric Rankel (Downingtown West) scored twice and Joe Scenna (Perkiomen Valley) had a groundball.

Notre Dame 17, Michigan 8

Eric Marini (St. Joseph’s Prep) had a goal and PJ Finley (Malvern Prep/Lawrenceville School) won 6 of 8 face-offs.

For Michigan, Chase Young (St. Joseph’s Prep) had three groundballs and Dan Kinek (Emmaus) had a caused turnover.

North Carolina 13, Johns Hopkins 11

Joey Sankey (Penn Charter) had three goals, three assists and three groundballs, Austin Pifani (Abington) had two groundballs and two caused turnovers and Ryan Kilpatrick (Salesianum School) had four groundballs for UNC.

Drew Kennedy (Malvern Prep) won 12 of 19 face-offs for Hopkins.

Brown 17, Quinnipiac 6

Will Gural (Haverford School) won 14 of 18 face-offs, Henry Blynn (Haverford School) had a goal and three groundballs and Stephen Hudak (La Salle) scored once for Brown.

Furman 9, Canisius 8

Jon Vandenberg (Garnet Valley) had a groundball for Furman.

Harvard 14, UMass 13

Sean Coleman (La Salle) had two assists for Harvard.

Jacksonville 12, St. John’s 11, OT

Mark DiFrangia (La Salle)
had a groundball and a caused turnover for St. John’s.


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