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NJCAA Championship: Onondaga Vs Nassau

The JuCo Report: Full Steam Ahead

0 - Published March 20, 2014 by in College, NJCAA

Welcome to another installment of The JuCo Report! I’m running through all the big games, video, photos, and stories from the world of NJCAA lacrosse. It’s the one place where NJCAA lacrosse really gets the respect it deserves! If YOU want to see your team included, hit us up with some info and we will be sure to get YOUR PROGRAM involved! (Check out last week’s post to get caught up!)

NJCAA Men’s Lacrosee Top Ten Poll – March 9, 2014

1) Onondaga (3-0)
2) Essex (3-1)
3) Nassau (4-1)
4) Harford (4-1)
5) Delhi (2-1)
6) Genesee (2-2)
7) Anne Arundel (4-2)
8) Monroe (2-1)
9) Howard (3-2)
10) Catonsville (4-0)

Next in line: ASA (0-0), Finger Lakes (1-4), Dean (1-1)

3rd Leading NJCAA Scorer Video

Julian Jackson currently has 15 goals and 8 assists through four games for Harford CC. 23 points has Jackson sitting at third in the NJCAA scoring race (at least for now). The leaders are Justin Gosnell (Harford CC) with 34 points and Matt Scharr of Finger Lakes with 29 points.

What’s in the water at Harford?

NJCAA Success Story

A good friend of mine from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, Joelle Taliento, only started playing lacrosse a couple of years ago. He had graduated from high school without ever playing, but picked the sport up at the age of 18, and took to it rabidly. I have never met a kid who improved so much in only two years, and couldn’t be more proud of what he has accomplished already!

Joelle is now a member of the Broome CC lacrosse team, and is hoping to play at a 4 year school after he finishes up at Broome. Hard work, dedication and a ceaselessly amazing attitude can do a lot for a young man. Congrats to Joelle on making it to the next level! We wish him continued success and growth!

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In The News

Tompkins Cortland picked up an 11-6 win over Broome. There is a short write up on NJCAA.com. Logan Thomas scores six goals as OCC wins its 74th consecutive game. Also in OCC news, we are hearing that goalie Warren Hill will be heading to Syracuse next year if all goes according to plan, where he will join OCC alum Randy Staats. Genesee falls on the road, 8-7, to Essex. Finger Lakes played St. John Fisher’s JV team on March 14th, and dropped the road contest 14-10. Matt Scharr had a goal and six assists. Nate Nichols and Matt Miller both had hat tricks. FLCC topped Cayuga 16-7 in their next game.

Recent Scores

Brookdale 11 – Suffolk 7 – March 12th
Genesee 6 – Howard 5 – March 13th
Union 13 – Dean 12 – March 14th
Catonsville 13 – College of Southern Maryland 9 – March 14th
Nassau 13 – Harford 12 – March 15th
Delaware Tech 12 – NOVA 9 – March 15th
Catonsville 12 – Brookdale 7 – March 16th
Howard 10 – Suffolk 9 – OT – March 16th
Herkimer 10 – Cayuga 6 – March 16th
OCC 19 – Anne Arundel 4 – March 19th
Genesee 15 – Monroe 11 – March 19th
ASA 15 – Union 11 – March 19th
Jefferson 14 – Broome 6 – March 19th

We are only getting closer to this:

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