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College Crosse Roundup: Providence Defeats Drexel In OT

Three games today, but none bigger than the Friars’ extra time victory over the Dragons.

NCAA Basketball Tournament - First Round - Providence v Southern California
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Below is today’s 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.

College Crosse Scoreboard For March 26, 2017

Box Score Game Recap Next Game
Box Score Game Recap Next Game
Detroit Mercy 8, Quinnipiac 6 Detroit Mercy Recap Detroit Mercy (4-6): @ Siena (4/1); Quinnipiac (1-6): @ Manhattan (4/1)
Stony Brook 13, Hartford 9 Stony Brook Recap Stony Brook (5-3): vs. Albany (4/1); Hartford (3-5): @ Vermont (4/1)
Providence 9, Drexel 8 (OT) Providence Recap Providence (6-3): @ St. John's (4/1); Drexel (3-5): vs. Towson (4/1)

Game Recaps

Providence 9, Drexel 8 (OT): HIT IT WHITNEY!

The Friars led for most of the game, but a second half surge by Drexel gave them a one-goal lead with about two-and-a-half minutes to go, before Austin Goltz tied things up. It was a depth game for the Friars, as Brendan Kearns had just one assist, and Nick Hatzipetrakos had one goal, the game-winning goal. Goltz and Keenan Assaraf both had a pair of goals, while Tate Boyce made 14 saves. Marshal King had a hat-trick for the Dragons, and Jimmy Joe Granito made 14 saves as well.

Detroit Mercy 8, Quinnipiac 6: The Titans defeated the Bobcats for just the second time in program history, and their first against the team since 2012. The game was 7-2 entering the fourth quarter, before the Bobcats scored four times in the final frame to try and make things a little interesting. Kyle Beauregard, Matthew Vangalen, and Adam Susalla each scored two goals, while Jason Weber made 13 stops. He also became the all-time saves leader in program history. Quinnipiac had all their goals scored by different players, but Ryan Lawson had a goal and an assist as the only multi-point player for the Bobcats. Jack Brust made 15 saves.

Stony Brook 13, Hartford 9: The Seawolves jumped out to a 6-1 start in the middle of the second quarter and never looked back, as they snapped a three-game losing skid in their second America East contest of the regular season. Ryan Bitzer led the way with four goals and one assist, while Tom Haun and Cory Van Ginhoven both scored twice. Hartford was led by Alec Brown and Justin Huggins scoring twice, while Griffin Feiner had two goals and one assist, and Jaedon Henderson recorded three assists.


What’s Next?

No games tomorrow, but three are on tap for Tuesday, including Air Force traveling to Wisconsin to take on Marquette.