I wasn’t expecting a whole lot of action from today’s small set of lacrosse games, and it kind of what I was expecting. Except for Cornell’s 23 goals against Air Force.
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 27, 2018
|Time||Box Score||Game Recap||Next Game|
|Time||Box Score||Game Recap||Next Game|
|4:00 PM||Binghamton 13, Siena 11||Binghamton Recap||Binghamton (2-8): @ Lafayette (3/31); Siena (2-5): vs. Monmouth (3/31)|
|5:00 PM||Cornell 23, Air Force 5||Cornell Recap||Cornell (5-3): @ Dartmouth (3/31); Air Force (3-7): @ Bellarmine (3/31)|
|7:00 PM||Hobart 19, Canisius 9||Hobart Recap||Hobart (4-5): @ Syracuse (4/3); Canisius (4-4): @ Marist (3/31)|
- Cornell 23, Air Force 5: It was a blowout in the purest form. The game was basically over in the first quarter, with the Big Red already up 8-1. The Big Red were on track to score 32 goals in the game, but settled instead for 23. It was the most they scored in 20 years en route to the program’s 750th all-time win. Jeff Teat did Jeff Teat things with three goals and four assists and also caused two caused turnovers, while Clarke Petterson, Colton Rupp, and John Piatelli also recorded hat-tricks in the victory. Goalie Christian Knight did not play, but sophomore Caelahn Bullen played three quarters and made six saves while giving up four goals. The Big Red Machine rolls on.
When you put up a combined 43 goals in two games: pic.twitter.com/44CqDSO9Y0— Chris Jastrzembski (@CFJastrzembski) March 28, 2018
Check out HIGHLIGHTS from @CornellLacrosse's dominating win over Air Force! #ILN #LGR pic.twitter.com/d5Vout0PHx— Cornell On ILN (@CornellOnILN) March 27, 2018
- Binghamton 13, Siena 11: Binghamton got a nice present in the form of a two-goal win over the Saints at home. It was their second win of the season, while Siena lost their fifth straight game. The Bearcats were up 12-7 with 6:04 left in the third quarter before the Saints went on a 4-0 run to cut the lead to one with just under eight minutes left in regulation. Will Talbott-Shere added his second goal of the game with under a minute left. Jon Perotto led the way with three goals and one assist, while Sean Makar, Thomas McAndrew, and Joe Grossi also scored a pair of goals to lead a season-high goals mark. Chris Robertson and Tim Cousin paced the Siena scoring with two goals and one assist each, and freshman netminder Anthony Tebbano made 17 saves in the loss.
Men’s lacrosse post game press conference after 13-11 win over SienaPosted by Binghamton Bearcats on Tuesday, March 27, 2018
- Hobart 19, Canisius 9: The Statesmen peppered Golden Griffins goalie Liam Ganzhorn early, scoring 11 goals in the first half en route to a 10-goal win over their rivals from Buffalo. The 19 goals are the most since the Hobart scored 19 against Presbyterian (RIP) back in 2008. Justin Scott (six goals) and Chris Aslanian (five goals, two assists) combined for 13 points in the offensive barrage, with Bryan Hancock and Ryan Archer scoring two goals each. Canisius’ Connor Kearnan scored four times and dished our two assists in a losing effort.
Hear from head coach @MarkMiyashita following tonight's contest pic.twitter.com/NVSMZNv8Kc— Canisius Men's LAX (@GriffsMLax) March 28, 2018
⭐️⭐️⭐️: Justin Scott, A, Hobart - Scott’s six tallies led all scorers in tonight’s three games. When firing on all cylinders, Hobart has a pretty good offense.
⭐️⭐️: Chris Aslanian, M, Hobart - Aslanian not only scored, but also dished a pair of assists to Scott and Bryan Hancock in the win. The junior is very capable of having big games as well.
⭐: Jeff Teat, A, Cornell - The sophomore had the same amount of points as Aslanian in an even larger blowout, but Teat also forced two ground balls and proved again why he’s one of the top attackmen in the country.
The Georgetown-Hofstra game that was postponed last month due to snow has been officially cancelled.