Directly below is the Big Board for April 14, 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 on the Live Stats cell will take you to the live stats of that particular game. All times Eastern Standard Time.
College Crosse Big Board For April 14, 2019
|12:00||Ohio State||Johns Hopkins||ESPNU||Live Stats|
|12:00||Cornell||Notre Dame||ACCN Extra||Live Stats|
|1:00||Villanova||Georgetown||CBS Sports Nework||Live Stats|
|7:00||Maryland||Rutgers||Big Ten Network||Live Stats|
After his fourth – and what turned out to be his final – goal midway through the fourth quarter of the Towson men’s lacrosse’s game against visiting Massachusetts, senior attackman Brendan Sunday unleashed a scream and fired a fist-pump that would have made Tiger Woods proud. It was a display of energy and enthusiasm that the No. 11 Tigers lacked throughout much of their 14-10 upset by the No. 19 Minutemen before an announced 2,314 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson on a warm Saturday afternoon.
The No. 4 Virginia men’s lacrosse team saw its eight-game winning streak snapped with a 12-7 loss to No. 6 Duke on Saturday in Durham, North Carolina. Despite the defeat, the Cavaliers (9-3, 3-1 ACC) won the ACC regular-season championship outright thanks to North Carolina’s loss at Syracuse on Saturday. It is the 25th regular season ACC title (shared/outright) in program history. Virginia clinched the No. 1 seed in the ACC Tournament after last weekend’s win over North Carolina.
Delaware and Hofstra have a history in lacrosse, and it hasn’t been kind to the Blue Hens. On Saturday, the Hens weren’t very kind to their visitors from the north, which brought Delaware considerable delight. Delaware continued its revival under second-year coach Ben DeLuca by pounding the Pride 13-7 in a Colonial Athletic Association showdown at Delaware Stadium. After last year’s 10-9 win on Long Island, it was the first time Delaware beaten Hofstra in back-to-back regular seasons since 1999 and 2000.
To start, the University at Albany men’s lacrosse dominated. To finish, the Great Danes needed to find a way to survive. “And we did a good job,” UAlbany head coach Scott Marr said after his team’s 9-7 win Saturday at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium against UMBC. “We didn’t let frustration win.” UAlbany had a 6-0 run in the game’s first quarter to take early control, but found itself needing to get a defensive stop late in the fourth quarter of its America East Conference game with its lead down to one.
Just three days after earning its second consecutive Ivy League win, Cornell men’s lacrosse fell to Syracuse at the Carrier Dome Tuesday in a game that showcased just how much work the Red has left before it prepares to make a postseason run. The Orange prevailed, 13-7, in large part because of its dominance in the middle of the field and winning the battle for possession, leaving Cornell’s normally high-powered offense few opportunities to impact the game. “Tuesday was probably the best defensive game we’ve played all year. We just played 70 percent of the game on defense, and it was the first game that we’ve struggled on offense to a significant degree,” said head coach Peter Milliman.
Pac-12 Networks’ Evan Moore interviews Stanford inside linebacker Ricky Miezan on Saturday after the program’s annual Cardinal and White Spring Game. Miezan shares his goals for fall and his assessment of Stanford’s defense through spring practices.
here was something bigger at stake for Syracuse senior attackman Nate Solomon in Saturday’s ACC lacrosse match at North Carolina. Beyond positioning for the upcoming ACC Tournament and a more favorable seed down the road in the NCAA Tournament, family bragging rights were at stake. Solomon got the upper hand against his brother Nicky, a freshman attackman for UNC. The elder Solomon scored three goals and added an assist to lead the 11th-ranked Orange to a 12-9 victory over the 18th-ranked Tar Heels in the UNC Lacrosse Stadium.