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The College Crosse Scoreboard For February 12, 2016.

Links to the box score and team recaps from today's games.

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The College Crosse Scoreboard For February 12, 2016.
Time Box Score Winning Team Recap
12:00 UMass Lowell 5 v. Boston U. 8 Boston U. Recap
12:00 Mount St. Mary's 14 v. Delaware 11 Mount St. Mary's Recap
2:30 Massachusetts 5  v. Army 9 Army Recap
3:00 St. John's 11 v. Rutgers 19 Rutgers Recap
3:00 Manhattan 8 v. Wagner 15 Wagner Recap
5:00 Holy Cross 8 v. Providence 12 Providence Recap
5:00 Sacred Heart 12 v. Lafayette 8 Sacred Heart Recap
6:00 Mercer 2 v. Towson 11 Towson Recap
7:00 High Point 6 v. #3 Duke 17 Duke Recap

All rankings based off the BOSSES' preseason poll (USILA).

Press Conferences.

  • Boston U. press conference.

Beasts of the day:

  • Mount St. Mary's offense. Welcome to 2016 MSM! I don't know about you, but I did not expect this kind performance from BOSS Gravante's offensive unit.  From midway through the 3rd through the end of the game, the Mount outscored the Hens 5-2 and were relentless whenever they had the ball. Even early in the third period when Delaware took a 3 goal lead, MSM never panicked and were able to stunt what looked like the beginning of a nice Delaware run.

  • WAAAAAAGGGGGGNNNNNNNEEEEEEEERRRRRR. If you didn't believe us before, I hope you believe us now; this season is going to be insane. Wagner Lacrosse is 1-0 to start 2016. #WhatATimeToBeAlive.

  • Towson Defense: Great performance by the Tigers D today. Led by goalie Tyler White, Towson suffocated and limited the Mercer Bears to only 2 goals on the day. White had another great game making 7 saves on 8 shots. Looks like the Tigers haven't missed a beat from last year when they had one of the best defenses in the country.

  • Duke Offense: Wow ... I guess Duke remembers they almost lost to High Point last year. Lehigh better tool up on Sunday.

Hitters List:

  • James Burr, Boston U: Burr had a fantastic game, finishing the day with 4 goals on 7 shots. James scored BU's only goal of the first half and his second half hat-trick was the key to the Terriers' comeback. A nice start for the freshman out of Hamilton, Mass.

  • Evan Gormely, MSM: Gormley was crucial to MSM's win today. Evan was all over the field in a thriller down in Delaware. He bagged 4 goals on the day and his 2 goals in the first half, helped MSM stay in the game, despite going into halftime down 7-5.

  • Bubba Johnson, MSM: Another MSMer on the list? You betcha! Not only does Johnson have an awesome first name, but the kid can play too. Bubba took home a hat-trick, 1 assist and still had time to scoop up 3 GBs on the day. Nice little afternoon for the sophomore.  

  • Will Mazzone, Providence: The Stony Brook, NY product was truly lit today. Mazzone finished with 6 goals and 2 assists. Just an incredible day for the senior. Mazzone had a hand in every one of the Friars first 7 goals, as he bagged 5 of them on his own and assisted on the other 2. A fantastic day all around for Mazzone as he helped Providence to its first win of the year and got the squad to .500.

  • Patrick McMenamin, Wagner: Let me put it this way, Nation, if a kid is from my area of South Jersey (Ed. Note: SHOUT OUT LONGPORT, NJ!!!) and scores 6 goals on the day, he's definitely going on the Hitters List. The St. Augustine Prep product was on one today, leading the Seahawks to a huge season opening win. Way to go, Patrick!  

  • Scott Beida, Rutgers: Scott had an amazing day. Bieda scored 5 goals and added 4 assists to finish with 9 points on the day. Great start to 2016 for the senior captain.

  • Adam Charalambides, Rutgers: The Hill Academy product had a sparkling debut. The freshman out of Georgetown, Ontario finished with 6 buckets on the day in his first-ever collegiate game. I don't know about you, but I think this kid can play.