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Cannons Draftees Tracker - Part II

March 18, 2016
After earning Big East Offensive Player of the Week honors last week, Kevin Cunningham had high expectations for Villanova's matchup with Bucknell. The senior captain scored 2 goals and notched 1 assist. However, no point was more important than his game-winning goal in overtime, which helped the Wildcats improve to 2-0.

Mark Staines and the University of North Carolina Tar Heels also won in dramatic fashion. The Heels rallied in the fourth quarter to erase a four-goal deficit and trump Navy. Staines had a groundball and a shot on goal in the contest.

Penn opened their season with a tough loss against the Duke Blue Devils. Draftee Will Koshansky caused a turnover for the Quakers who fell short, 12-8. Penn will host Lehigh tonight at 7:00 pm.

Chris Clements and the defending NCAA champion University of Virginia Cavaliers topped Stony Brook, 12-5. Clements recovered a ground ball in the win. The Cavaliers visit Mount Saint Mary’s today at 4:00 pm.

Cornell’s season opener against Hobart has been postponed. Now, JJ Gilbane and the Big Red will open their season against Binghamton today at 4:00 pm.

Greg Mahony and the Yale Bulldogs opened their season with a blowout victory over St. John’s, 19-6. Mahony tallied 2 goals in the win.

The Hartford Hawks dropped their second straight game, 15-14. Cannons draftee Martin Bowes had 1 goal and 1 assist in the overtime heartbreaker against Holy Cross.