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Previewing Detroit Mercy’s 2019 men’s college lacrosse schedule

The Titans look to win the MAAC championship after losing the conference title in heartbreaking fashion last season.

Detroit Mercy Athletic Communications

The Detroit Mercy Titans are the 59th team in our 2019 schedule preview series and the fifth team from the MAAC. The Titans finished 9-7 in 2018 and 5-1 in MAAC play. Detroit Mercy lost to Canisius in overtime in the MAAC championship game.

Here’s their entire 2019 schedule:

Detroit Mercy’s 2019 Schedule

Date Road Team Home Team Special Notes
Date Road Team Home Team Special Notes
2/2 Jacksonville Detroit Mercy
2/16 Detroit Mercy Notre Dame
2/23 Detroit Mercy Marquette
3/2 Detroit Mercy Bellarmine
3/6 Detroit Mercy Air Force
3/9 Detroit Mercy St. Bonaventure MAAC, First ever meeting
3/16 Detroit Mercy Quinnipiac MAAC
3/23 Monmouth Detroit Mercy MAAC
3/30 Detroit Mercy Marist MAAC
4/6 Manhattan Detroit Mercy MAAC
4/13 Canisius Detroit Mercy MAAC
4/20 Detroit Mercy Siena MAAC
4/24 Detroit Mercy Cleveland State
4/27 Detroit Mercy Utah First ever meeting

Who’s In?

Who’s Out?

Average Winning Percentage From 2018 Teams

  • Overall: .397
  • Nonconference: .415
  • MAAC: .379

Circle These Dates

  • 2/16 (at Notre Dame): The season openers for both teams were surprising to start. Detroit Mercy stuck with the Fighting Irish for much of the game, even taking a 6-4 lead with 8:11 left in the third quarter. But Notre Dame woke up with six straight goals to win by three. Bryan Costabile had five goals in the victory.
  • 3/6 (at Air Force): Both teams traded 4-0 runs with each other in their meeting a year ago at Titan Field. But despite trailing by a goal at the end of the Titans’ 4-0 run, Air Force scored four of the game’s final five goals to take the nonconference victory for their second win of the year.
  • 3/23 (vs. Monmouth): Detroit Mercy took each of the two meetings against Monmouth from last year, both of which were at Monmouth. In the regular season, Brennan Kamish scored the game-tying goal with six seconds left in regulation as well as the game-winning goal. In their MAAC semifinal rematch, the Titans came back from a 9-5 deficit with 8:31 left in the game and scored the final seven goals to advance to the conference title game.
  • 4/13 (vs. Canisius): The regular season meeting resulted in yet another fourth quarter run by the Titans to beat a MAAC opponent. Detroit Mercy scored the game’s final five goals with 11:53 left to beat Canisius by two goals. But the conference championship game will be the one that will linger. Not only did the Titans lose a two-goal lead, but they also make a huge mistake six seconds after the faceoff in overtime that resulted in Canisius winning the MAAC title.
  • 4/27 (at Utah): A familiar scenario for the Titans to end the 2019 regular season. For the second time in three seasons, Detroit Mercy will be on the road against a first-year program, this time against Utah. The Titans took on Cleveland State in Ohio back in 2017 and lost 13-6 to give the Vikings their first ever win against a Division I opponent. Chris Kolon will look to avoid that happening again this time around.

For other schedules and team rosters, check out our Men’s Division I matrix.