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Cannons Draftee Tracker

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

Flint finished the day with three goals to record his tenth career hat trick as the Denver pioneers took a 14-5 win over Hobart on the road in Geneva, NY. Flint netted the first two goals of the game, and completed the hat trick with 23 seconds remaining in the first half to give Denver the 8-4 lead into the break.

Denver is next in action on Friday, April 5 th as the Pioneers are visited by Marquette University. Face-off is slated for 7:00 pm.

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Scott Ratliff (Round 2, #9) – Loyola

Ratliff and the Loyola Greyhounds shut out the Ohio State Buckeyes for nearly 33 minutes during the 9-4 victory in Columbus, Ohio. Ratliff used a multiple shot-fake to beat the Ohio State goalkeeper with just four seconds remaining in the third quarter to push the 8-3 Loyola advantage and take the win.

Loyola is next in action on April 6 th as Fairfield University pays a visit to Ridley Athletic Complex. Face-off is scheduled for 2:30 pm.

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Will Manny (Round 2, #14) – UMass

Manny and the UMass Minutemen dropped a close 7-6 decision at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday afternoon. Manny earned two points on as assist and a goal, the 99 th of his career with the Minutemen.

UMass is next in action on the road as they travel to Baltimore, MD to take on Towson University on Saturday, April 6 th at 1:00 pm.

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

The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays fell in Chapel Hill just six seconds into overtime against a tough UNC Tar Heel team by a score of 7-6. Late in the first quarter, Coppersmith broke a long Blue Jays scoring drought when he ripped a 12-yard shot past the UNC goalie to cut the Tar Heel lead to just one. Coppersmith struck again late in the game as well as adding an assist.

The Blue Jays are next in action on Friday, April 5 th as they are visited by Albany. Face-off is scheduled for 7:00 pm.

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David DiMaria (Round 6, #46) – Lehigh

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks cruised to victory over Navy on Saturday afternoon at Ulrich Sports Complex. In the middle of the third quarter, a DiMaria goal pulled the Mountain Hawks ahead by a score of 9-2. DiMaria also added one assist late in the game.

The Mountain Hawks return to action next Saturday, April 6th when they host Colgate University at Goodman Stadium on CBS Sports Network in a rematch of the 2012 Patriot League Championship Game. Face-off is scheduled for 11:00 am.

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