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Cannons Draftee Tracker

March 5, 2013
Cam Flint (Round 1, #6) – Denver

Cam Flint scored one goal as the Denver Pioneers defeated the Penn Quakers, 15-12 in Denver. Flint scored with 2:22 remaining in the first to give the Pioneers a 10-7 lead going into halftime. The win brings Denver’s record to 4-1.

Denver returns to action next Saturday as it heads on the road to face Ohio State. Read the full recap here.

Scott Ratliff (Round 2, #9) – Loyola

The Greyhounds defeated the Bellarmine Knights on Saturday by a score of 8-6, in front of 724 fans in Baltimore. Ratliff ended the game with two shots on goal and forcing two turnovers.

Loyola will be back in action on Friday, March 8, when it travels to North Carolina for a match against Duke University. Read the full recap here.

Lee Coopersmith (Round 3, #22) – Johns Hopkins

The Princeton Tigers slipped past the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, 11-8, at Homewood Field Friday evening. The win, Princeton’s third straight at Homewood Field, improves the Tigers’ record to 2-0, while the Blue Jays slip to 3-1 with the loss. Coopersmith tallied three assists for the Jays.

Johns Hopkins will next be in action Tuesday  vs. Mount Saint Mary at Homewood Field. Read the full recap here.

David DiMaria (Round 6, #46) – Lehigh

The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team bounced back from a tough Colorado road trip by downing VMI on Saturday afternoon, 18-2. The 16-point margin of victory came at the hand of four different Mountain Hawks who recorded hat tricks, including senior David DiMaria who had three goals and four assists for his third seven-point game of the season. This marked the ninth hat trick of DiMaria’s career.

The Mountain Hawks return to action Tuesday when they host Penn on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Bethlehem, PA. Read the full recap here