Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/21/10
Jack Rice scored three goals and Matt Bell added two goals and an assist as visiting Villanova defeated host Delaware, 11-8, Saturday before a crowd of 2,125.
Will Casertano added two goals and an assist for the Wildcats (4-2) while Brian Karalunas (four groundballs, two caused turnovers) and Bryan McCartney (Archbishop Wood/three groundballs, two caused turnovers) paced the defense in front of freshman goalie Billy Hurley (12 saves).
Grant Kaleikau led the Blue Hens (4-4) with two goals and an assist.
Siena 14, Saint Joseph’s 8
Matt Dougherty (Conestoga) scored twice for the Hawks (0-8, 0-1) in their MAAC opener.
Other PA scores:
Duke 20, Penn State 11
Matt Mackrides (Malvern Prep) scored four goals for the struggling Nittany Lions (0-6).
Lafayette 16, Bucknell 15
Scores of note:
St. John’s 8, Vermont 7 (OT)
Tom Manes (Archbishop Ryan) scored the game-tying goal with 25 seconds left in regulation and Tyler Novotny (Spring-Ford) added a goal for the Red Storm (3-4).
Quinnipiac 9, Hobart 7
Jack Oppenheimer (Germantown Academy) scored twice for the Bobcats (4-2, 1-1) in their ECAC win.
Army 11, Rutgers 8
Brown 13, Harvard 11
Bryant 17, Wagner 6
Cornell 18, Yale 7
Denver 13, Stony Brook 12
Fairfield 10, Colgate 8
Hofstra 14, Sacred Heart 6
Loyola 18, Air Force 3
Marist 8, VMI 7 (OT)
Maryland 13, UMBC 7
Mount St. Mary’s 13, Canisius 6
Navy 12, Holy Cross 3
Notre Dame 7, Ohio State 6 (OT)
C.W. Post 14, Chestnut Hill College 5
The Griffins (3-0, 0-3) fell to the defending NCAA champions in an ECC contest.
Ursinus 9, Franklin & Marshall 8
David Kraus scored four goals and Pat Gillen added two goals and two assists to lead the undefeated Bears (6-0, 2-0) in the Centennial Conference.
Cabrini 14, Drew 7
Casey Grugan (Ridley) notched four goals and Dan Terenick (Ridley) added three goals and an assist for the Cavaliers (4-3).
Immaculata 10, Alvernia 3
Dante Tuscai (West Chester East) had three goals and two assists, Tom Hartney (Interboro) scored twice and Andre Sim (Interboro) made five stops in goals as the Mighty Macs (4-2) won their fourth straight game.
Dickinson 7, Swarthmore 6
Matt Cherry (Radnor) had a goal and two assists and Tyler Magann (Hill School) made eight saves as the No. 10 Red Devils (8-0) remained undefeated by surviving a major scare. Tyler Bradshaw led the Garnet (1-4) with two goals and two assists and goalie Kevin Friedenberg made 15 saves.
Denison 7, Haverford 5
Max Hjelm (Conestoga) led the No. 14 Fords (4-3) in their loss to No. 7 Denison (4-0).
King’s 8, Gwynedd-Mercy 7 (3 OT)
Curtis Reinard (Archbishop Wood) scored the game winning goal 1:27 into the third overtime period as King’s (2-2) posted a dramatic victory over visiting Gwynedd-Mercy in the longest game in program history. Brendan Novotny (Spring-Ford) and Rusty Booth (Garnet Valley) each scored twice for King’s.
Mason Risner scored two of his game-high three goals in the fourth stanza and Stefan Hetland (Garnet Valley) netted his second tally of the day, with 4:05 left in regulation, but the Griffins fell to 3-2.
Marywood 25, PSU Abington 1
Chris Bracht (Council Rock South) scored the lone goal for the Lions (0-5).
Wesley 15, Widener 12
Eric Crumbock (Harry S Truman) tallied four goals to help Weslye (1-5) take its first win. Steve Cull (Haverford High) led the Pride (1-3) with three goals.
Messiah 12, Neumann 8
Andrew Neubauer (Cardinal O’Hara) had 17 saves in defeat for the Knights (2-4) and Justin Mailloux had two goals and an assist.
Marymount 12, DeSales 10
Babson 9, Scranton 5
Moravian 11, Stockton 9
York 9, Catholic 7
Gettysburg 14, Muhlenberg 2