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College Crosse Roundup: Stony Brook Edges Sacred Heart; High Point, Maryland Win Big

Games on Tuesday > no games on Tuesday.

NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

We had three games on the docket for today, with two of them being blow outs, and one nailbiter.

Below is the Big Board with all of today’s results, box scores, and winning team recaps. Clicking on any box score will take you to that game’s box score. Clicking on the recap cell will take you to that team’s recap. We also included the next game for everyone who played today in the last column. Let’s go to the Big Board!!

Big Board Scores For February 14, 2017

Box Score Game Recap Next Game
Box Score Game Recap Next Game
High Point 9, Georgetown 3 High Point Recap High Point (1-1): @ Maryland (2/18); Georgetown (0-1): vs. Notre Dame (in Frisco) (2/18)
Stony Brook 11, Sacred Heart 10 Stony Brook Recap Stony Brook (1-0): @ St. John's (2/19) ; Sacred Heart (0-1): vs. Furman (at US Lacrosse) (2/18)
Maryland 16, St. Joe's 8 Maryland Recap Maryland (2-0): vs. High Point (2/18); St. Joe's (0-1): vs. Penn (2/18)

Game Recaps

Stony Brook 12, Sacred Heart 11: This came as a mild surprise, as this game went down to the wire. Alex Corpolongo scored the game-winner with 40 seconds left in regulation to give the Seawolves their first win of the season. Tom Haun had four goals for Stony Brook. For the Pioneers, Julian Garritano had a game-high five goals, with attackman Joe Saggese notching four goals and an assist.

Maryland 16, St. Joe’s 8: Easy going for the Terps in the second half, after Maryland led 10-6 at the half. Jared Bernhardt recorded his first-career hat trick, along with Colin Heacock and Matt Rambo, but it was the Philly boy that had a day, with a career-high seven points (four assists). For the Hawks, Chris Blewitt, Jason Kelly, and Kevin Reidinger each had a pair of goals.

High Point 9, Georgetown 3: The Panthers scored seven unanswered goals, beginning early in the third quarter, to defeat the Hoyas in their home opener. Michael LeClair, Nick Basile, Chris Young, and Dallas Bridle each had a pair of goals in High Point’s first win of the regular season. Tim Troutner Jr. made 14 saves in the win as well. As for Georgetown, it’s not good at all.


What’s Next?

One game is on tap for tomorrow night, as Detroit Mercy hosts Michigan.