2022 MAC Commonwealth Men’s Lacrosse Championship
2022 MAC Commonwealth Men’s Lacrosse Championship – Middle Atlantic Conference
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|2021||NCAA First Round (Denver, Colo. )|
|Loyola 14, Denver 13|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (South Bend, Ind.)|
|Duke 10, Loyola 9 (OT)|
|2020||No Tournament Held (COVID-19)|
|2019||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 15, Syracuse 13|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (East Hartford, Conn.)|
|Penn State 21, Loyola 14|
|2018||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 14, Virginia 12|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (Hempstead, N.Y.)|
|Yale 8, Loyola 5|
|2017||NCAA First Round (Columbus, Ohio)|
|Ohio State 7, Loyola 4|
|2016||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 16, Duke 11|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (Columbus, Ohio)|
|Loyola 10, Towson 8|
|NCAA Semifinal (Philadelphia, Pa. )|
|North Carolina 18, Loyola 13|
|2014||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Albany 13, Loyola 6|
|2013||NCAA First Round (Durham, N.C.)|
|Duke 12, Loyola 11 (2OT)|
|2012 – NCAA Champions||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 17, Canisius 5|
|NCAA Quarterfinal (Annapolis, Md.)|
|Loyola 10, Denver 9|
|NCAA Semifinal (Foxborough, Mass.)|
|Loyola 7, Notre Dame 5|
|NCAA Championship Game (Foxborough, Mass.)|
|Loyola 9, Maryland 3|
|2010||NCAA First Round (Ithaca, N. Y.)|
|Cornell 11, Loyola 10 (3OT)|
|2008||NCAA First Round (Durham, N.C.)|
|Duke 12, Loyola 7|
|2007||NCAA First Round (Albany, N.Y.)|
|Albany 19, Loyola 10|
|2001||NCAA Quarterfinals (Hempstead, N.Y.)|
|Princeton 8, Loyola 7|
|2000||NCAA First Round (at UMBC)|
|Notre Dame 15, Loyola 12|
|1999||NCAA Quarterfinals (Princeton, N.J.)|
|Syracuse 17, Loyola 12|
|1998||NCAA Quarterfinals (College Park, Md.)|
|Loyola 12, Georgetown 11|
|NCAA Semifinals (Piscataway, N. J.)|
|Maryland 19, Loyola 8|
|1997||NCAA First Round (Towson, Md.)|
|Loyola 21, Notre Dame 5|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (Hempstead, N.Y.)|
|Syracuse 13, Loyola 12|
|1996||NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.)|
|Towson 16, Loyola 11|
|1995||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 17, North Carolina 11|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (at Johns Hopkins)|
|Johns Hopkins 18, Loyola 5|
|1994||NCAA Quarterfinals (at Loyola)|
|Brown 14, Loyola 13 (OT)|
|1993||NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md. )|
|Loyola 19, Navy 8|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (Princeton, N.J.)|
|Princeton 12, Loyola 6|
|1992||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Brown 19, Loyola 12|
|1991||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 20, Massachusetts 9|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (Chapel Hill, N.C.)|
|North Carolina 11, Loyola 9|
|1990||NCAA Quarterfinals (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 19, Rutgers 10|
|NCAA Semifinals (Piscataway, N.J.)|
|Loyola 14, Yale 13 (OT)|
|NCAA Championship Game (Piscataway, N. J.)|
|Syracuse 21, Loyola 9|
|1989||NCAA Quarterfinals (at Loyola)|
|North Carolina 12, Loyola 5|
|1988||NCAA First Round (at Loyola)|
|Loyola 19, Air Force 8|
|NCAA Quarterfinals (at Loyola)|
|Pennsylvania 12, Loyola 9|
|1981||NCAA Division II Championship Game (Garden City, N.Y.)|
|Adelphi 17, Loyola 14|
|1979||NCAA Division II-III First Round (at Loyola)|
|Salisbury State 13, Loyola 12|
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships Takes Place in CT This Weekend
The state of Connecticut quietly continues to be the center of the sporting universe: We’re home to ESPN, Mohegan Sun was host to the NCAA Tournament “Bubble” and National MMA events, and this coming weekend, East Hartford’s Rentschler Field will become the center of the NCAA Lacrosse world and host the 2021 Division 1, 2, and 3 Men’s Lacrosse Championship games.
The top 4 teams in the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Lacrosse tournament will face off against each other in the semi-finals at the Rent this Saturday, May 29, 2021. In the first game, #1 ranked North Carolina will face off against #4 Virginia at noon, the game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2. Right afterwards, the second semifinal features #2 Duke vs #3 Maryland, which will also be broadcast nationally on ESPN2 around 2:30 PM.
This is a multi-day tournament at Rentschler Field and a huge piece of business for the beautiful venue, which has mostly been used over the past year as a staging area for food giveaway drive-through events due to the pandemic.
The action continues at Rentschler Field on Sunday, May 30, 2021, as the NCAA Men’s Division II Men’s Lacrosse Finals feature Le Moyne College from Syracuse, NY, against Hickory, North Carolina’s Lenoir-Rhyne at 1PM.
Right afterwards, the NCAA Division 3 Men’s Lacrosse Final pits RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology, NY) against Salisbury University of Maryland. The D3 Championship game is scheduled for 4 PM at the Rent.
The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Division 1 Championship Game will be played on Memorial Day Monday, May 31, 2021 at 1 PM at Rentschler Field and it will feature the winner of the NC/Virginia semi-final against the winner of the Duke/Maryland semi-final at 1 PM and it will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2.
Tickets are available for all the games and they’re pretty reasonable from $20 – $140. Click HERE for more info and to purchase your tickets.
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UNC men’s and women’s lacrosse are headed to the Final Four
The year is 2016, the pandemic is no where to be seen, men’s basketball is coming off a tough loss but about to set their sights on a national championship in a year, and Mitch Trubisky was selected first in the NFL Draft.
That same year, the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams both made the Final Four and ultimately took down the national championship. While both programs have continued to stay strong, neither has won a title since, though this weekend they’ll hope 2016 repeats itself.
Both Final Fours are going to have a very ACC feel to them. On the women’s side, North Carolina joins Boston College and Syracuse, with Northwestern rounding out the foursome. Meanwhile on the men’s side, Virginia and Duke join the Tar Heels, and former ACC member Maryland will complete the field. Both fields are set with the top four seeds making it, and the Tar Heels are the top seed in both.
The Women’s team got the party started by posting an amazing win against Stony Brook. At first, it looked like Stony Brook was going to be able to pull off the upset, as they stormed out to a 3-0 lead. Then they were able to turn around and outscore Stony Brook 6-1 to lead 6-4 at the end of the first half. Stony Brook again was able to get their legs and eventually pull back ahead 10-8, but in a game of runs, the Tar Heels were able to draw even at 11-11. Then Jamie Ortega scored on a great shot to put the Tar Heels ahead for good, 12-11. The Heels would score twice more and win 14-11
Next up were the men’s team, who had some drama of their own. Four quarters weren’t enough for the Tar Heels as they faced Rutgers for the right to move on to the Final Four. After every quarter, the score was tied, and no team ever had a lead more than two, when Rutgers had a 10-8 in the fourth. The Tar Heels quickly tied it, only to see Rutgers get a lead again for 11-10, and then just five seconds later the Tar Heels tied it on a goal by Zac Tucci. It stayed knotted at 11 until overtime, when Connor McCarthy scored the game winning goal to take down the Scarlet Knights 12-11.
The women’s team will lead off the action in Townson, Maryland, as they match up against conference foe Boston College on Friday at noon. That game will be on ESPNU. The winner of that game will get the winner of Northwestern and Syracuse to play for the title on Sunday at Noon. For the men, they’ll travel to East Hartford, Connecticut for their match against Virginia at noon on Saturday. Their match will be on ESPN2. That winner faces off against the Duke/Maryland winner at 1 PM on Memorial Day.
Here’s hoping both teams will party like it’s 2016 and take down both Lacrosse titles!
CC Men’s Lacrosse Earns Eighth NCAA Championship Appearance
The No. 16/14 Colorado College men’s lacrosse team earned the program’s eighth appearance in the NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship and will face Transylvania University in a first-round game on Saturday, May 15, at 11 a. m. MT in Danville, Ky.
The Tigers earned an at-large berth in the 31-team field after completing the regular season with a 11-3 record. In its most recent contest on May 2, Colorado College defeated Southwestern University, 31-11, in the championship game of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament at Washburn Field.
“Our team has worked so hard this season and earned this opportunity,” head coach Sean Woods said. “I’m excited to start prepping for Saturday’s game against a very good Transylvania team. The entire Tiger lacrosse family iss excited.”
Transylvania (13-2) earned an automatic berth after claiming its sixth consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship with a 25-6 victory over Hanover College on Saturday.
Saturday’s winner will face either Denison University (8-1) or host Centre College (11-1) on Sunday at noon MT for the right to advance to a national quarterfinal game on Saturday, May 22.
Junior attackman Anders Erickson, the Offensive MVP of the SCAC Championship, leads CC’s balanced attack that features three players with 20 or more goals and at least 30 points.
Erickson already has produced 34 goals and 36 assists, and became the 11th player in program history to record 70 points in a single-season. He currently is tied for fifth in single-season assists and tied for 32nd in single-season goals.
Junior attackman Elliot Nelson is second with career highs of 20 goals, 17 assists and 31 points, while sophomore attackman Makay Hansen is second on the team with career highs of 30 goals and 36 points.
Four more players – sophomores Jack Haims and Dylan Wells, along with freshmen Philip Gisler and Declan Maguire – have struck for double-digit goals and surpassed the 20-point mark.
While CC’s offense is producing more than 17 goals per game, the defense is giving up less than 10 despite facing three teams ranked in the top five of the USILA’s Division III poll at the time of the game – No. 4 Salisbury University, No. 5 Christopher Newport University and No. 5 University of Lynchburg.
Graduate student Isaac Atencio leads the Tigers with 14 caused turnovers and is eighth with 22 ground balls. Senior defender Billy Hutchison has 12 caused turnovers and 27 ground balls, while sophomore Quinn Guevara has 11 caused turnovers 14 ground balls.
Sophomore faceoff specialist Winston Chodnicki is 132-209 at the dot and leads the team with 59 ground balls, while senior long-stick midfielder John Lawrence has 36 ground balls and nine caused turnovers.
Freshman Ben Anastos has been solid in goal, posting an 11-3 record along with a 9.94 goals-against average and a .521 saves percentage.
Denison, which was ranked No. 14 in the most recent USILA Division III Poll, is the highest-ranked team in the Centre pod. CC is the only other nationally-ranked team.
Facing a nationally-ranked opponent in the NCAA tournament has become a postseason tradition for the Tigers. In fact, they were knocked out of the tournament twice by the eventual national champion.
In the program’s first NCAA appearance in 2011, Colorado College dropped a 25-5 decision at No. 7 Roanoke College, which advanced to the national semifinals.
CC fell at No. 11 Washington College, 10-7, in 2013, at No. 12 Amherst College (13-10) the following year and then at No. 9 Endicott College (12-6) in 2015.
In 2016, the Tigers overcame an 8-2 second-half deficit to defeat Whittier College, 11-10 in overtime, for the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. In the second round, Colorado College lost 16-5 at No. 3 Salisbury University, which went on to claim the national championship.
In 2017, CC dropped a 22-10 result at No. 9 Cabrini University, and the following year, the Tigers dropped 21-10 decision to the eventual national champion Cavaliers, which entered the season ranked No. 8.
UVA repeats as National Champions, defeats Maryland in 2021 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship
(Photo: Larry French, Getty)
The Virginia Cavaliers knew the challenge ahead in Maryland with its undefeated record and high-powered offense, led by Jared Bernhardt. UVA Lacrosse accepted the challenge and repeated 2021 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Champions, defeating the Terps, 17-16.
UVA and the Terps traded a pair of early goals with Petey LaSalla winning the face-off and going the half field to tie the game at 2-2 with 7:20 left in the first period. Maryland answered with a 2-0 run with goals by Joshua Coffman and Logan Wisnauskas to put the Terps ahead 4-2 with 3:23 left in the opening quarter.
Jeff Conner answered just over a minute later for UVA. Connor Shellenberger’s 34th goal of the season knotted the game at 4-4 just ahead of the end of the period. Virginia’s run continued in the second period with Dox Aitken finding Payton Cormier to give UVA its first lead of the contest, 5-4.
National Midfielder of the Year Jared Conners followed with a goal to keep the run going. UVA made it a 6-0 with Shellenberger and Conner each notching their second goals of the game to put Virginia ahead of Maryland, 8-4 with 8:33 left in the half.
Jared Bernhardt ended the run 10 seconds later and added another goal two minutes after that to cut the UVA lead to 8-6. Griffin Brown made it a 3-0 run for the Terps with 5:23 left in the half, cutting the Virginia lead to 8-7.
Payton Cormier scored the final goal of the half, his 45th of the year, with 25 seconds to play, putting 9-7 at the break. It was Maryland that got on the board first in the third, however.
Logan Wisnauskas’ second goal of the game cut the UVA lead to 9-8 less than a minute into the second half. Dox Aitken and Jeff Conner answered back to put Virginia ahead 11-8, but Wisnauskas bookended a 3-0 run with third and fourth tallies of the contest to tie the game at 11 with 9:11 to play in the third.
Peter Garno and Conner Shellenberger put a halt to the Terps run to give UVA a 13-11 advantage with 6:25 left in the third. Matt Moore made it 14-11 and a 3-0 run with his second goal of the game less than a minute later. And that’s where the score would stand when the third quarter ended.
UVA extended their run to 5-0 to open the fourth quarter. Connor Shellenberger netted his fourth and Matt Moore scored his fourth to open the quarter to put Virginia ahead 16-11 with 11:04 to play.
Maryland came back, however, in a hurry.
Wisnauskas, Daniel Maltz, and Bubba Fairman each scored within a minute to cut the UVA lead to 16-14 with 5:13 to play. Anthony DeMaio scored with 3:57 to play to bring the Terps within one score, 16-15.
On the ensuing possession, Cade Saustad picked up the ground ball on the face-off won by Petey LaSalla. Saustad fed Matt Moore for his fourth goal of the day and UVA extended its lead to 17-15 with 3:35 to play. With 10.8 seconds left, however, Maryland answered with another goal by DeMaio to cut the lead to 17-16.
And that’s where the score would stand as time expired. UVA repeats as men’s lacrosse national champions.
Lacrosse – Championship – tutorialspoint.com
Many lacrosse championships are held around the world. Some of them are as follows:
Major League Lacrosse
Major League Lacrosse or MLL is a professional lacrosse league founded in 1999 in the United States that showcases the world’s best lacrosse players. Each season consists of 56 matches taking place from April to August.
MLL uses normal lacrosse rules and regulations with a few exceptions such as the 16-yard two-point line and 60-second shot clock.
The regular season started in 2001 with 6 teams at MLL and planned to expand to 19 teams.
MLL currently has 8 teams. These are Annapolis, Boston, Columbus, Charlotte, Denver, New York, Palm Beach County and Rochester.
International Lacrosse Federation
There were two separate governing bodies for the male and female versions of the sport, and this was one of the obstacles to international development. The men’s lacrosse is regulated by the ILF and the women’s version is IFWLA.
In August 2008, after four years of negotiations, the two bodies merged into one and the same body, the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) was created. All championships previously held by the ILF and IFWLA have been transferred to the FIL.
The 2014 World Lacrosse Championships was hosted by the FIL in Denver, USA. The World Lacrosse Championship is held every four years and is funded by the FIL itself. However, only eight countries have competed so far – Canada, Iroquois citizens and the United States are in the top three places in these competitions.
European Lacrosse Federation
The next largest international competition is the European Lacrosse Championship of the European Lacrosse Federation (ELF), held for both men’s and women’s teams. Since 1995 ELF has been hosting all European Championships.
Until 2001, they held these championships every year, and then changed the format every four years between the world championships.
Until 2004, only 7 countries participated in the EIL, but since then a record number of countries have participated with 12 men’s teams and 6 women’s teams, making it the largest international lacrosse competition of the year.
In the 2012 ELF Championship, England defeated Ireland with Sweden in third place. In the 2014 championships, 32 countries participated in the ELF championships.
Lacrosse has always been played mostly in Canada and the United States. Although there weren’t many lacrosse communities, they are certainly devoted. Recently, however, lacrosse has thrived internationally with teams set up primarily in Europe and East Asia.
Lacrosse, which has not been an official Olympic sport since 1908, is the pinnacle of the international lacrosse competition, consisting of the world championships held every four years, which began in 1968. The championships began as a four-team invitational tournament sponsored by the International Lacrosse Federation.
Until 1986, only four countries contested the World Lacrosse Championship: the USA, Canada, England and Australia. Scotland and Wales competed in the women’s version.They are now held at many levels such as older men, older women, men under 19, women under 19, etc.
Following the expansion of the sport internationally, the 2006 Men’s World Cup was filled with 21 countries and Iroquois nationals representing the six nations of the Iroquois Confederation. It is the only Native American team (one of the first nations) to compete internationally.
In 2003, the first World Indoor Lacrosse Championship (WILC) was hosted by six countries at four different venues in Ontario.Canada won the championship in the final against the Iroquois nationals 21-4. The 2007 WILC was held in Halifax from May 14-20, and Canada won again.
90,000 Video of the record puck in the lacrosse style of 16-year-old Michkov in the Russian national team :: Hockey :: RBC Sport
16-year-old SKA striker hit Sweden’s goal and became the youngest puck-scorer in the history of the national team
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SKA forward Matvey Michkov on Saturday broke the record of Alexander Ovechkin, becoming the youngest author of the puck for the national team in the history of national hockey.
The striker scored 339 days at the age of 16. He distinguished himself in the second period of the Karjala Cup match against the Swedish team. Moreover, he threw the puck in the lacrosse style (from behind the gate – in order to score such a goal, a player needs to lift the puck onto the stick and bring it over the line).
Record Ovechkin was 17 years 11 months old – in September 2003 he hit the Finnish goal in the Eurotour match.
On Thursday, in the first match of the Karjala Cup with the Finns (0: 3) Michkov broke another record – he became the youngest hockey player in the history of national teams (Russia / USSR), improving the achievement of Vladislav Tretyak.
Petersburg | News of the day at NVsport: Michkov scored historic lacrosse goal, Karpin lit
at press conference in front of Croatia
Matvey Michkov.Photo: fhr.ru
16-year-old Russian hockey player Matvey Michkov scored a lacrosse goal against the Swedes at the Karjala Cup. Georgy Jikia could become the captain of the national team for the second time with Valeria Karpina in the match with Croatia. The most interesting sports news on November 13 – in the NVsport digest.
Michkov scored Sweden’s lacrosse puck, now the youngest player in the national team
Russian national team striker Matvey Michkov scored a lacrosse goal in the match with Sweden at the Karjala Cup.The 16-year-old is the youngest ever to score a goal for the national team.
Karpin called the match with Croatia “not the most important” in his career
The head coach of the Russian national team Valery Karpin said that the upcoming selection match for the 2022 World Cup will not be the most important in his coaching career. The specialist gave an example of his difficult period in the RPL.
Dzhikia admitted that he will appear for the second time with the captain’s armband under Karpin
Defender of Spartak and the Russian national team Georgy Dzhikia appeared at a pre-match press conference with head coach Valery Karpin.
Karpin: The problem is that when only a victory suits us, we have an option with a draw
Head coach of the Russian national team Valery Karpin told how he relates to the team’s standings in the selection group of the World Championship. Having multiple options is not a problem, he said.
Shoma Uno won the Japanese Grand Prix in figure skating with three quads, Ignatov – the fourth
The judges rated the skater’s hire at 187.57 points.According to the results of two days of competition, Shoma Uno scored 290.15 points.
Ovechkin finished fourth on the NHL sniper list with 742nd goal
Ovechkin scored 742nd goal in the National Hockey League. This goal allowed the Russian striker to surpass Brett Hull’s NHL career goals.
The names of Russian biathletes who will perform at the World Cup have become known.
The coaching staff of the Russian men’s biathlon team has decided on the athletes who will perform at the first stages of the 2021/2022 World Cup.
Text: Elizaveta Gladilina
90,000 Results Skiathlon Men Ski Racing February 27, 2021 World Championships 2021 Ski Obertsdorf Germany
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Results Skiathlon Men Ski Racing 02/27/2021 World Championship Skiing Obertsdorf Germany
Start of men’s skiathlon 15 km + 15 km at World Championships 2021 in cross-country skiing and cross-country skiing at 15:30 Moscow time February 27, 2021 at biathlon and ski stadium at Obertsdorf, Germany .
Video C Kyathlon Men Ski Racing 2021 World Cup Skiing 27.02.21
Results 90,075 S 90,076 Kiathlon Men Ski Races World Cup 2021 Skiing Germany 02/27/21
- Alexander Bolshunov (Russia) 1: 11: 33. 9
- Simen Hegstad Kruger (Norway) +1.1
- Hans Christer Holund (Norway) +1.7
- Johannes Klebo ( Norway) +21.5
- Emil Iversen (Norway) +22.1
- Shur Rete (Norway) +47.3
Russian Results Skiathlon Men Ski Racing World Cup 2021 Skiing Germany 27.02.2021:
- Alexander Bolshunov: 1st place
- Ivan Yakimushkin: 8th place +2: 00.3
- Alexey Chervotkin: 18th place +2: 49.5
- Evgeny Belov: 23rd place +4: 01.