Only two games today, but one of them day is Duke vs. Syracuse, so it is not all bad. Directly below is the Big Board for March 24, 2019. As usual, clicking on the team name will take you to that team’s homepage, while clicking on the Stream/TV cell will take you to the broadcast of that game. Additionally, clicking the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that particular game. All times Eastern Standard.
Collge Crossecast Picks & Preview
Ryan, Jake, & Adam previewed today’s games on our College Crossecast Week 7 Preview pod. Next, makes sure you check out Chris’ Week 7 storylines post with an early Bracketology look. Finally, make sure to read Adam’s post on our weekly Pick ‘Em series with our Week 7 picks.
Our Week 7 Weekend Scorecard post is up through yesterday’s games. I will update the post with today’s scores later this evening. Fr your convenience, you can find the graph with links to all the teams, box scores, & recaps from yesterday games directly below.
College Crosse Weekend Scorecard For Week 7
The Syracuse Orange conclude their season-opening seven-game homestand Sunday afternoon as they host the Duke Blue Devils in ACC conference play at Cicero-North Syracuse High School. Opening faceoff is set for 2 PM on ESPNU. Syracuse alums Anish Shroff and Paul Carcaterra, as well as former Duke midfielder Myles Jones, will be on the call (Live Stats are here). The Orange lead the all-time series 12-6 and have met every year since 2011. The two teams became ACC rivals when Syracuse entered the conference in 2014. Head coach John Desko is 9-5 all-time against the Blue Devils and has won the last three meetings.
Here’s coach Desko talking to the media about today’s game versus the Blue Devils.
In a game between two former ACC rivals, Maryland men’s lacrosse handled No. 19 North Carolina on Saturday, winning 16-9 in College Park.
The No. 4 Terps utilized a very balanced offensive attack in this one, with four different players finishing with hat tricks. Logan Wisnauskas and Anthony DeMaio each had career days, as Wisnauskas finished with four goals and four assists for a career-high eight points, while Anthony DeMaio had his first career hat trick, scoring four goals and adding an assist. Jared Bernhardt and Louis Dubick both had three goals, with North Carolina’s Timmy Kelly scoring four for the Tar Heels.
Senior midfielder Alex Roesner rounded the back of the net as time ticked off the game clock, looking for a teammate. Then he found junior attackman Adam Goldner. Goldner collected Roesner’s feed and tactfully maneuvered around the goalie, setting up an opportunity for his fourth goal of the day and the game-winning shot. Leading the Quakers in scoring coming into the contest, the junior attacker was no stranger to the spotlight. Before the ball even left his stick, the Penn bench erupted in cheers, seemingly knowing the outcome of the shot prior to it reaching the back of the net.