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!
Photo Credit: Chip Green
NJCAA Men’s Lacrosee Top Ten Poll – March 31, 2014
1) Onondaga (9-0)
2) Essex (7-1)
3) Nassau (9-1)
4) Anne Arundel (9-4)
5) Harford (6-3)
6) Genesee (6-4)
7) Delhi (7-2)
8) Howard (4-4)
9) Monroe (3-3)
10) Catonsville (7-2)
Next in line: Dean (5-3)
Delhi Vs Mohawk Valley Photos
Thanks to Chip Green of JB3 Sports Photos for sending over this set of fantastic game photos from the recent Delhi – MVCC game, which saw cold temperatures, some snow, and some fantastic photos!
In The News
Finger Lakes took down Herkimer 14-11. FLCC got 7 points on 2 goals and 5 assists from Matt Scharr, while Matt Miller had 6 goals, and Roy Young added 5 points on 4 goals and a helper. Jake Sahrle had 12 saves in the win. OCC tops Dean. They also beat TC3. Monmouth leading scorer was at Brookdale last year. Genesee puts a scare in Nassau.
NJCAA Video – Herkimer Crease Goal
NJCAA Video – ASA Freshman Scores 2 Beauties
That was Josh Byrne against Suffolk. Byrne plays for the New Westminster Salmonbellies in the BCJALL, and scored a gaudy 137 points last Summer. Talk about talent! Byrne had a big day against Brookdale too, as he scored 8 goals in ASA’s 16-11 win. ASA won that game with only 13 players dressed. Impressive!
Broome 18 – Hudson Valley 6 – April 7th
Jefferson 14 – Cayuga 4 – April 7th
Harford 20 – Catonsville 3 – April 8th
Monroe 15 – Finger Lakes 11 – April 9th
Delhi 15 – Jefferson 10 – April 9th
AACC 25 – Southern Maryland 7 – April 9th
Essex 22 – Howard 6 – April 9th
Cayuga 10 – Niagara 7 – April 9th
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