What a day of college lacrosse action, highlighted by Syracuse beating down Virginia in the dome by a score of 20-10. The Syracuse attack unit showed up, Rehfuss was good for 3 goals and 3 assists, Owen Hiltz in his first start goes for 3 goals and 2 helpers. The Cuse midfield also showed in a big way, Brendan Curry, 3 goals and 4 assists, Tucker Dorcevic, 3 goals, Jamie Trimboli, 2 goals, Owen Seebold and Lucas Quinn each went for 2 goals. It was an offensive outpouring for the Orange. UVA’s Matt Moore and Dox Aitken were both held scoreless and the rest of Virginia’s supporting cast were all quieted by an incredible defensive effort out of Drake Porter and company.
Duke is starting to look like what we expected them to on offense as they beat up Air Force at home, 17-7. Michael Sowers showed well in the box score with 8 points off 3 goals and 5 assists. Joe Robertson continued his welcome back party putting up 7 goals and 3 assists in the Blue Devil’s win.
Rutgers surprised some folks by thrashing Ohio State in The Shoe 22-12. Connor Kirst continued his dominance of Big Ten foes by putting up 4 goals while teammate Adam Charalmbides was good for 5 goals and a dish and Mullins 2 goals and 4 helpers.
In other action, Hopkins defeated Michigan on the road 14-7. Joey Epstein went for 6 goals off just 8 shots which was good to see. North Carolina waxed High Point in their second meeting of the season 27-12. Gray and Solomon both went for 4 goals and 3 assists in the beat down.
Notre Dame saw their first action in a 19-7 win over Robert Morris, proving that the ACC is not to be messed with. Pat Kavanaugh had a monster day contributing 2 goals and 7 helpers in the win.
Georgetown continued their defensive dominance holding yet another team to a single goal. This time St. John’s was the team that had to endure the embarrassment. So far over their first two games the Hoyas have outscored their foes 35-2. Jake Carraway was solid for Gtown putting up 3 goals and 3 helpers.
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