Reader’s Choice: Adrenaline Performance Of The Week (Winner Picked)

Malangone came up big in the Little 3 Contest.


Congrats to 24 Seven Lax for their nomination of Salisbury (NCAA D3).  It’s not often we pick a winning nomination when the team lost (Stevenson 16-12), but SU’s activities on and off the field made this one a no-brainer!  Send an email to with your mailing address and we’ll get the socks out to you shortly!  Congrats, thanks for playing, and start thinking about next week!


In your eyes, who was the top performer in our sport this past weekend?

Think back about all the performances you witnessed over the weekend – a team winning a big game, an individual player having a HUGE day, or a coach winning an historic game – and nominate them in the comments section as your Adrenaline Performance Of The Week. Make sure to tell us WHY you picked them! It can be a HS, college or even Pro player, team or coach.  Or mascot.

The LAS Reader with the winning comment gets a free pair of GREY Adrenaline Rasta Socks that you can’t buy in stores. You have to know people to get these… and you know us!

Here’s an example of what a nomination might look like:

I’m nominating Conor Malangone of Wesleyan for his performance against Williams.  After going down 3-2 early, Wesleyan came back and Malangone notched 3 goals in the game as Wesleyan won 4-3.  A hat trick is impressive, but is a Performance of the Week if it comes in a rivalry game that ends 4-3.

Malangone came up big in the Little 3 Contest.

Photo courtesy Wesleyan Athletics

IMPORTANT: The comment with the most likes, replies (and that gets the all-important LAS stamp of approval!) will be declared the winner! This is a new weekly series here at LAS, so this won’t be your last chance to win free custom socks from Adrenaline!

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  1. I am going to nominate not one player, but two players: Garrett Thul and Jeremy Boltus. They are the attackmen of the Military Academy at West Point and combined for 9 points to beat Navy in Saturday’s game. They played outstanding In the second half to pull out a very meaningful win against arch-rival, the Naval Academy.

  2. I am nominateing robert Rotanz for haveing helped #10 ranked duke win in the game this past weekend against #7 ranked virginia he scored 4 second half goals and had 1 assist for the blue devils he is ranked in goals for the blue devils this season robert has 18 goals And 4 assists as a mid fielder this brings him up to 22 points this season thats why i chose him keep it up

    P.s go blue devils

  3. I would have to go with three players and a coach from Johns Hopkins. Zach Palmer jumpstarted a run for JHU to tie the game and eventually go up by two goals with his redonkulus behind the back laser from 15 yards out. Also Chris Boland with having 5 of the 12 JHU goals. The last player is goalie Pierce Barrett with 8 saves and a huge 1 on 1 save in overtime to keep the Jays alive. Lastly it is Dave Pietramala by rallying the Jays at half time to shut down the Terrapins offense and comeback to win in OT 12-11 to keep their #3 spot.

  4. My nomination goes to Salisbury for their performance off the field this week. Despite their loss to Stevenson in a competitive game, Salisbury’s team used this big-time match up and the exposure surrounding it to raise money and awareness for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Their goal was to raise $6000 to match the jersey number 6 of teammate Alex Nieves, who was diagnosed with leukemia. They managed to raise $14000. That’s a solid effort in my estimation.

  5. Chris Boland, with john hopkins down 8-3 in the 3rd quarter he Put the team on his back…

    He tallied 5 goals Also made a lot of passes that were assists for the person receiving his. He rallied his team back into the game with his earlier goals and showed a perfect example of a true Team Captain and a Leader, leading by example, and he showed the light to come back from the deficit against the Maryland Terrapins!

  6. I am nominating Sean Fay, attackman for the Westfield State Club Lacrosse team. He scored 4 goals in an 11-4 victory over Emmanuel College. While playing just over half the game, he took control of the offensive end of the field, and helped the team recover from a quick 2-0 deficet.