The 24th-ranked men’s lacrosse team never looked to be in danger of losing in its 13-6 win against Utica College yesterday at Higgins Stadium.
In a game where each team’s star players shined, it would be a third line midfielder who provided the game’s deciding goal in the men’s lacrosse team’s 12-11 win against 21st ranked St. John Fisher College today in Rochester, N.Y.
A third quarter completely dominated by the ninth-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology Tigers proved to be the difference in their 12-4 home win against the men’s lacrosse team today in Rochester, N.Y.
A four-goal third quarter, part of a seven-goal run overall, was enough to give the men’s lacrosse team an 11-5 win against Nazareth College at Higgins Stadium and put the South Hill squad in a tie for first in the Empire 8 Conference.
The men’s lacrosse team ended its three-game losing streak and their scoring woes with an easy 11-2 win against hosts Alfred University earlier today.
Eighteen turnovers proved costly for the men’s lacrosse team as it suffered its third straight loss today to 12th-ranked Union College 6-5 in Schenectady, N.Y.
What was supposed to be a day of rebounding for the men’s lacrosse team turned into a shocking defeat at the hands of SUNY-Oswego as the Lakers rallied to beat the 17th-ranked Bombers 8-7 in triple overtime.
For a quarter it seemed as if the upstart men’s lacrosse team would give the third-ranked SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons a run for their money. Then Cortland took control and ran the Bombers off the field in the visitors’ 9-3 win yesterday at Higgins Stadium.
Every so often, a pair of star players on the boys’ lacrosse team at John Jay High School in Cross River, N.Y., dusted off an old play that could only be formed from a backyard bond.
Most coaches would have ripped their team for the type of performance the men’s lacrosse submitted in in the first quarter of Wednesday’s season-opening 13-8 victory against Lycoming, but Head Coach Jeff Long is not most coaches.