2/19/13 2:07 PM
Cameron Flint (First round, 6th overall)
Denver vs. Penn State
The University of Denver men's lacrosse team fell 15-12 to Penn State in the first game of the Moe's Southwest Grill Classic at EverBank Field on Sunday afternoon. Flint added two goals to the tally.
Read the complete Inside Lacrosse recap here.
Scott Ratliff (Second round, 9th overall)
Loyola @ Delaware
Ratliff and the Hounds traveled to Newark, Delaware on a snowy Saturday afternoon and survived a scare. Delaware rallied from a 7-4 deficit at the end of the third quarter to tie the score at seven with three goals in the first five minutes of the final stanza. Off a clear, Ratliff, who was crashing to the crease, dumped a shot over Delaware’s goaltender. After an intense battle back and forth, the hounds pulled out the close victory, 8-7.
Will Manny (Second round, 14th overall); Jake Smith (Fourth round, 30th overall)
UMass vs. North Carolina
Playing at Kennesaw State University's KSU Stadium in the Southern Showdown, No. 12 UMass men's lacrosse used a four-goal fourth quarter to propel the team to a 12-11 victory over No. 4 North Carolina on Saturday afternoon. Manny suffered a thumb injury and will be out of action for the near future.
David DiMaria (Sixth round, 46th overall)
Lehigh @ Villanova
Senior David DiMaria equaled his stellar performance from a week ago by posting seven points on four goals and three assists for Lehigh. “Our attack play was huge,” stated Lehigh head coach Kevin Cassese. “Dave was outstanding, especially at the start of the game. Our attack once again stepped up huge and made some key plays in key moments to help us solidify the win.” Villanova started the game strong, taking control 3-1, but then DiMaria scored twice (including a man-down score) to make it 4-3 after one quarter of play on the way to an 11-9 victory.
Brendan Buckley (Seventh round, 54th overall)
Army vs. Manhattan
Senior tri-captain Buckley added a team-high three caused turnovers in the fist meeting between the two programs. Army's offense clicked on all cylinders and handed visiting Manhattan a 14-8 loss in the Black Knights' home opener.