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Stevenson vs Salisbury

This is probably my last before I head off to Prague for the 21st annual Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament, so I’m going to make it a good one. You can expect plenty of content from the 2014 AHM this week and next week, so for now I’ll leave you with a ton of college lacrosse video action, and what these results mean!

Photo Credit: Tommy Gilligan – more great Salisbury vs Stevenson photos and GIFs here!

Cornell 14 – Brown 9

Cornell really needed this win to stay on people’s radar and keep pace with Harvard (4-1 in the Ivy), but Brown is a tough out for anyone. The game was tight for a good portion until Cornell exploded for some goals in the 3rd quarter. Don’t sleep on Brown though, the Bears are dangerous!

Harvard 9 – Princeton 8

As I said above, Cornell needs to keep pace with Harvard in the Ivy. Harvard now has wins over Princeton, Cornell, Dartmouth, and Brown, and a loss to Penn in the Ivy. Harvard’s 4 other losses came to UMass and Albany early, and Duke and UNC a little later. Their game with Yale on April 26th is HUGE. Yale is 3-2 in Ivy play with losses to Penn and Cornell. Penn is done with Ivy play at 4-2, with losses to Princeton and Cornell. Basically, the Ivy is confusing.

Marquette’s BIG Comeback

How do you come back on Georgetown when you’re down 9-3? I’m not sure, but Marquette seems to know. They rallied, outscored the Hoyas 7-1 the rest of the way in regulation, and then notched the game winner in OT. Great win for Marquette, and it’s definitely a season where the program built up some confidence.

Richmond Tops Jacksonville 13-12

Richmond needed to win this game to claim a playoff spot in the Atlantic Sun Conference. They knocked off Jacksonville 13-12, and now play VMI and 1st place High Point this week. HUGE win for the Spiders as they are now 2-2 in conference play.

Mercer Takes Down Furman 9-8

More important Atlantic Sun action!

6 Minutes of Vermont vs Hartford

UVM is now 5-7 after this loss to Hartford. They are 5-3 out of conference, but 0-4 in the America East. Hartfors is now 1-3 in the AE, and is tied with Stony Brook at 1-3 in AE play. Those two teams play this week to see who gets the #4 seed.

Drexel 13 – Towson 7

Tufts Tops Wesleyan In Top 20 Battle

Tufts and Wesleyan battled fiercely early on in Medford, MA on Saturday. The home side Jumbos went on a tear in the 3rd and 4th quarters, and pulled away to win by 6 goals, 17-11. Tufts is now 12-2 and Wesleyan drops to 10-4. Tufts plays Bowdoin on Wednesday, and Wesleyan hosts Conn College.

Tufts has been doing an incredible job with highlights this year. Well worth a watch!

Lynchburg Defeats W&L 11-8

Lyncburg is now 6-1 in ODAC play, as is W&L. Lbrug’s loss is to Roanoke, who sits at 8-1 in conference, with a loss to W&L. If Lynchburg and W&L finish out the regular ODAC season without another loss, you’ve got a three way tie for first according the wins and losses. Interesting parity situation! I say give the semifinals hosting site to the #4 team if that happens!

Now, to get you excited for all the upcoming box lacrosse action from Prague, check out last year’s Ales Hrebesky Memorial Highlight Video:

It’s nearing the end of the regular season, people! And things are only getting better from here!

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Connor is the Publisher of LacrosseAllStars.com. He lives in Brooklyn with his better half, continues to play and coach both box and field lacrosse in NYC as much as possible, and covers the great game that is lacrosse full-time. He spends his spare time stringing sticks and watching Futurama.

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