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Cannons Draftee Tracker

April 16, 2013
Cam Flint (Round 1, #6) – Denver
Scott Ratliff - (Round 2, #9) - Loyola

Senior Cam Flint scored the game-winner just 16 seconds into overtime to propel the University of Denver men’s lacrosse team to a 13-12 win over fellow draftee Scott Ratliff and the Loyola University Greyhounds on Saturday afternoon in front of 3,285 fans at Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore, Md. Flint finished the day with four goals, his second straight four-goal game, while also finishing with three ground balls.

The Pioneers next play on Saturday, April 20 as Fairfield University comes to Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. Face-off is set for 1:00pm.

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Will Manny (Round 2, #14) – UMass

Senior attack Will Manny provided six points on a pair of goals and four assists as the UMass Minutemen faced off against Drexel University at Garber Field on Saturday afternoon. Manny scored his first goal to close out the first quarter and saw the back of the net again with 3:41 left in the game to bring UMass within one; but it was not enough as Drexel was able to hold on by a score of 15-14.

UMass will next be in action on Saturday, April 20 at Hofstra University. Face-off is set for 7:00pm.

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

In one of lacrosse’s greatest rivalry, the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays traveled to College Park, MD to face-off against the University of Maryland. Lee Coppersmith scored an unassisted goal for the Blue Jays at the start of the second quarter. The Blue Jays topped the Terps by a score of 7-4.

Johns Hopkins is next in action on Saturday, April 20 as Navy visits Homewood Field. Face-off is set for 4:00pm.

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David DiMaria (Round 6, #46) – Lehigh

The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team clinched its first Patriot League regular season championship as the Mountain Hawks downed Bucknell University by a score of 11-7 Friday night in Lewisburg, PA. With the win, Lehigh’s first in Lewisburg since 1998, the Mountain Hawks will host the Patriot League Tournament for the first time in school history on April 26 and 28. Senior Dave DiMaria scored one goal in the beginning of the second half and added on three assists in the Lehigh win.

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks will host rival Lafayette on Saturday, April 20 at the Ulrich Sports Complex. Face-off is set for 7:00pm

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