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2013 Cannons Draftees and their NCAA Weekend Matchups

March 18, 2016
Cameron Flint (First round, 6th overall)

On Sunday, Feb. 17, the Pioneer men's lacrosse team will compete in the Third Annual Moe's Southwest Grill Classic. Denver University will take on Penn State in the opening game at EverBank Field. The game will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network.

Scott Ratliff (Second round, 9th overall)

Ratliff and the 2012 national champion Loyola Hounds open up their 2013 campaign for back to back championships on Saturday, February 16 th at the University of Delaware.

Will Manny (Second round, 14th overall); Jake Smith (Fourth round, 30th overall);

The UMASS Minutemen continue their 2013 campaign against No. 4 North Carolina in a neutral site game at Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Ga., on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 1 p.m.

Lee Coppersmith (Third round, 22nd overall)

Coppersmith and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays visit Towson University on Saturday, February 16 th.

David DiMaria (Sixth round, 46th overall)

DiMaria and the Lehigh Mountain Hawks visit Villanova on Saturday, February 16 th.

B rendan Buckley (Seventh round, 54th overall)

Buckley and the Army Black Nights face Manhattan College on Wednesday, February 13 th in West Point, NY.

Senior close defenseman Brendan Buckley returns as the Black Knights stopper and tri-captain, but his accomplishments over the last four season stretch far beyond the field. Not only was he a first team All-Patriot League performer last spring, he was named Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year and later the conference's overall male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A first team Academic All-American, Buckley posted a 4.0 grade-point average in the fall semester and carries a 3.987 cumulative GPA to rank 18th in his Firstie class of 1,079 cadets. A native of Massapequa, N.Y., Buckley was a preseason All-Patriot League pick and earned preseason All-America honorable mention plaudits.