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|4||Michael Quigg||D||6-0||180||East Windsor, NJ / Hightstown|
|6||Jack Daly||So.||A||6-3||200||Havertown, PA / Haverford|
|7||Brock Anderson||Jr.||M||6-0||190||Morton, PA / Ridley|
|8||Max Brooks||Jr.||M||6-3||195||Fishers, IN / Hamilton Southeastern|
|9||Chris Hervada||Jr.||D||6-1||195||Bryn Mawr, PA / The Haverford School|
|10||Jack Staker||Fr.||A||5-10||155||Mission Hills, KS / The Pembroke Hill School|
|12||Colin Allen||Jr.||M||6-0||170||New Freedom, PA / Calvert Hall|
|13||Noah Lode||Jr.||GK||6-0||203||Centreville, MD / Queen Anne’s County|
|14||Richie Bianchi||So.||D||6-1||190||Ocean, NJ / Ocean Township|
|15||Scooter Whiteside||So.||M||5-10||165||Lincoln University, PA / Avon Grove|
|16||Joe Belko||Jr.||D||6-2||195||Manasquan, NJ / Wall|
|17||Casey Kimmel||R-Jr.||M||5-10||180||Massapequa Park, NY / Massapequa / Towson|
|19||Connor Macrae||Fr.||A||5-11||185||Middletown, NJ / Christian Brothers Academy|
|20||Andrew Duswalt||So.||M||5-5||145||Davidsonville, MD / South River|
|22||Ian Weinberg||So.||M||6-4||235||Naples, FL / Woodberry Forest|
|23||Burke Webb||Fr.||A||6-2||190||Pasadena, MD / Archbishop Spalding|
|24||Danny Hewitt||So.||M||6-1||200||Ardsley, NY / Ardsley|
|25||Jonny MacLean||Fr.||A/M||6-0||165||Windham, NH / The Derryfield School|
|26||Rudy Beck||Jr.||M||6-2||185||Bel Air, MD / Patterson Mill|
|27||Zach Clemente||Sr.||M||6-2||177||Manorville, NY / Eastport-South Manor|
|28||Mike McIntyre||So.||A||6-0||190||Wall, NJ / Wall|
|29||Brad Meister||Sr.||M||5-10||170||Linwood, NJ / St. Augustine Prep|
|30||Jimmy Watson||Jr.||M||5-6||170||Naperville, IL / Benet Academy|
|31||James Lisignoli||So.||D||5-11||185||Chanhassen, MN / Chanhassen|
|32||LeShawn Williams||So.||M||5-8||170||Easton, PA / Easton Area|
|33||Garrett Klurman||So.||M||6-2||200||Scotch Plains, NJ / St. Joseph|
|34||Thomas Gray||Fr.||D||6-3||210||Lincroft, NJ / Christian Brothers Academy|
|35||Matt Soutar||Fr.||M||5-8||180||Mount Laurel, NJ / Lenape|
|36||Jack Gertie||Fr.||D||5-11||170||New Providence, NJ / New Providence|
|40||Cade Ciarrocca||Fr.||D||6-1||195||Plymouth, MN / Wayzata|
|42||Mike Yanovitch||Sr.||GK||6-4||275||Skillman, NJ / Montgomery|
|43||Conor Tuturice||Sr.||D||6-1||195||Easton, PA / Easton / LIU Post|
|44||Ian Gray||So.||A||5-11||185||Shamong, NJ / Seneca|
|45||Chris Clemente||Jr.||M||5-11||200||Manorville, NY / Eastport-South Manor|
|46||Nicklaus Braendel||So.||M||6-2||185||Birchrunville, PA / Conestoga|
|47||Patrick Trezza||So.||GK||6-0||170||New Providence, NJ / New Providence|
|50||Dominic Pizzulli||Jr.||A||5-8||165||Saint James, NY / Smithtown East|
|51||David Cormack||Jr.||M||5-7||170||Whitby, ON / Sinclair Secondary School|
|55||Ryan Morris||So.||D||6-1||200||Wallingford, PA / Strath Haven|
|80||Dillon Smart||Sr.||D||6-0||190||Thornton, PA / Garnet Valley|
|93||Cole Campbell||Fr.||A||5-10||195||Nantucket, MA / Nantucket / St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute|
|99||Perry Doran||Fr.||GK||6-1||185||New Albany, OH / New Albany|
Monmouth Men’s Lacrosse Ends 2021 Campaign in First Round of NCAA TournamentNo. 1 North Carolina – 16 | Monmouth University – 4
2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Tournament – First Round
Dorrance Field | Chapel Hill, NC
In the first-ever meeting between the two programs, North Carolina (12-2, 4-2 ACC) opened the game with six consecutive goals and never looked back, as the top-seeded Tar Heels defeated Monmouth University (8-3, 4-2 MAAC) in the First Round of the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Tournament by a final score of 16-4. The Hawks, making just their second appearance in the NCAA Tournament, saw goals scored from Matt Karsian, Connor Macrae, Dwayne Mattushik, and Mike McIntyre. Monmouth concludes the 2021 season having captured their second MAAC Championship in program history.
North Carolina advances to the Quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Tournament, where they will play Rutgers University on Saturday, May 22.
- Cade Stratton tallied the lone assist for Monmouth
- Macrae and Brock Anderson both recorded four shots on goal, tying for the team lead.
- Dillon Smart tied with UNC’s Andrew Tyeryar for the game-high in ground balls with six. Smart also led Monmouth in caused turnovers with two.
- Goalkeeper Noah Lode made 13 saves for the Hawks on 43 shots faced
- Colin Bosak had a good day from the X, winning 8-of-13 faceoffs.
- Monmouth scored the game’s only goal on an extra man opportunity. The Hawks finished the afternoon 1-for-3 on the man advantage.
About the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference:
With 11 institutions strongly bound by the sound principles of quality and integrity in academics and excellence in athletics, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) celebrates its 40th year of competition during the 2020-21 academic year. Current conference members include: Canisius College, Fairfield University, Iona College, Manhattan College, Marist College, Monmouth University, Niagara University, Quinnipiac University, Rider University, Saint Peter’s University, and Siena College.
Monmouth vs. No. 1 North Carolina NCAA men’s lacrosse: What to look forCLOSE
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What: First-round NCAA Tournament men’s lacrosse game.
Where: Dorrance Field, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
When: Saturday, 12 p.m.
The teams: North Carolina (11-2) is the No. 1 seed overall in the NCAA Tournament, with the Tar Heels making their 33rd appearance. They have a 33-27 record all-time in NCAA play, having won five national championships, with the last coming in 2016. The Tar Heels received an at-large bid, earning a share of the ACC title with a win over Duke to close the regular season.
Monmouth (8-2) played its inaugural lacrosse season in 2014, with the Hawks making their second appearance in the NCAAs, having lost to Bryant in an opening-round game in 2017. The Hawks received an automatic bid by winning its second MAAC Tournament title with a 14-9 victory at Manhattan on May 8.
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The players: The Tar Heels’ Chris Gray is the ACC Offensive Player of the Year, with the senior attackman named as a preseason first-team All-American. He finished with 42 goals and 35 assists this spring for 77 points. Senior midfielder Justin Anderson had a hat-trick against Duke, with his 1 goals this spring giving him 79 for his career. Junior attackman Nicky Solomon is second on the team with 39 points. Freshman goalie Collin Krieg has given up 131 goals while making 146 saves.
Monmouth’s Max Brooks (8) looks for a shot during the Hawks’ win over Manhattan in the MAAC Tournament final on May 8, 2021. (Photo: Monmouth Athletics)
The Hawks leading scorer is junior attackman Cade Stratton, who has 17 goals and 12 assists, both team highs, for 29 points. He registered a hat trick in the MAAC championship game. Sophomore midfielder Matt Soutar, who won 20 of 27 faceoffs in that game, was the MAAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Senior goalie Noah Lode also made the All-Tournament team, along with senior defender Chris Hervada, a first-team All-MAAC selection in 2019. Senior midfielder Max Brooks has 19 points, including 12 goals, while sophomore attackman Connor Macrae, a CBA product, has 13 goals and 18 points.
The coaches: North Carolina’s Joe Breschi was an All-American player at North Carolina (1989-90) who served as an assistant coach there in 1991-92. He was the head coach at Ohio State from 1998-2008, before returning to North Carolina s the head coach in 2008. He was named ACC Coach of the Year for the third time Wednesday.
Monmouth’s Brian Fisher is in his eighth season as the only coach the Hawks have ever had. He has a career record of 48-54. The MAAC Coach of the Year in 2017, Fisher has had 32 all-conference players, including Bryce Wasserman, selected in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse Draft, becoming an MLL MVP and winning a championship with the Boston Cannons.
What’s next: The winner advances to face either Rutgers or Lehigh on May 22.
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament 1st Round Preview: (1) North Carolina vs MonmouthThe 10,000 Foot View
Date and Time: Saturday, 12 PM ET
Location: Dorrance Field, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
LaxRef Win Probability: 92.1% North Carolina
Your Guys Anticipation Level: LowThe Nitty-Gritty Numbers
|THE STATS||North Carolina||Monmouth|
|THE STATS||North Carolina||Monmouth|
|Adjusted Offensive Eff.||42.8% (1st)||25.1% (44th)|
|Adjusted Defensive Eff.||28.3% (31st)||28.2% (28th)|
|Adjusted FO%||59.4% (14th)||63.5% (7th)|
|Clearing Percentage||88.0% (15th)||88.6% (9th)|
|Ground Balls Per Game||35.62 (7th)||35.30 (9th)|
- North Carolina Defense vs Monmouth Offense
- The Tar Heels are going to score. They’re probably going to score close to 20. I think that would be the case whether Monmouth was 28th in Adjusted Defensive Efficiency like they are or 15th or maybe even 10th. There are only a select few defenses in the country who can stop the Heels from getting there’s. So UNC will score a bunch. How does Monmouth keep it close and give themselves the slimmest of chances to pull off the biggest upset in tournament history? Score right back. And North Carolina’s defense can be prone to that. They had rough days at the office with regard to defense against High Point earlier in the year or against Virginia in their rematch. Despite improvements lately, they still rank only 31st in the country in Adjusted Defensive Efficiency; 3rd in the ACC but well behind the Top 2 in Notre Dame and Duke. In theory that’s the Hawks area to strike. However Monmouth’s offense is not particularly explosive, they’re only 31st in Adjusted Offensive Efficiency and as a team they only shoot 25.6%, 49th in the country. Both of those have to be way better. It’s going to take a season best day shooting and capitalizing if Monmouth has a chance to exploit the one weakness in the Carolina Blue machine.
- In Between The Lines
- This was the most interesting thing I found while researching this game. Monmouth is Top 10 in all three (!) of Adjusted FO%, Clearing, and Groundballs per game. How many other teams can say that? None. The Hawks were a part of a closed circuit in the MAAC, but nonetheless that is an extremely impressive thing to say. And it gives me reason to think this matchup could be closer than expected. Carolina will likely win and win going away; but a big part of the Heels success has been their dominant blend of great faceoff play, strong groundball work, strong clearing, and a ferocious ride that for my money is the best in the country. Put that together and you get a unit and team between the lines that causes utter havoc and nightmares for opponents. But Monmouth is also excellent in clearing, faceoffs, and groundballs. Will Carolina be their biggest test in that regard all year? With certainty. If the step up in competition wilts those parts of Monmouth’s game, then this could be a really, really ugly scoreline. If not, it wouldn’t shock me to see the MAAC Champs keep it respectable.
Fresh off a MAAC Championship, Monmouth men’s lacrosse team is gearing up for the NCAA TournamentNews 12 Staff
May 13, 2021, 8:05pm EDT
Updated on:May 13, 2021, 8:05pm EDT
The Division 1 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament begins this weekend and Monmouth University is looking to make a Cinderella run.
The 2021 MAAC champions are fresh off of winning their second conference title in program history. The team earned an automatic bid to this year’s NCAA Tournament.
“We have so much momentum and mojo and good experience with our MAAC Tournament and winning it and becoming champions is something that these guys will have for the rest of their lives,” says coach Brian Fisher. “So just the opportunity to play one more, we’re extremely excited for.”
It is an impressive accomplishment for a program that only started playing Division 1 lacrosse in 2014.
“Even this season we weren’t the favorite or anything to go on and win the conference and that’s just always what we’re looking for – long tunnel and we finally got to the end,” says sophomore Matt Soutar. “We just won it and it was so surreal, we couldn’t feel like it was really happening.”
Monmouth drew the No. 1 overall seed North Carolina in the first round. They will go head-to-head this Saturday in Chapel Hill.
“If everybody is clicking on the same day, it’s going to be hard to beat us. And once we put our foot down and go down to Chapel Hill, it’s going to be a hard-fought battle and we’re going to give them our all and seeds don’t really matter,” says senior Rudy Beck.
While Monmouth has a tough draw with UNC, the stats don’t lie. The Hawks are second in the nation in defense and third in faceoff winning percentage. The players say that anything is possible.
“Definitely a perfect opportunity for a storybook upset. We’re still a really new program. Coach Fisher started it up just a couple years ago and this is such a good chance for us to put our name out there,” says Soutar.
Monmouth and North Carolina face off in Chapel Hill this Saturday at noon. Meanwhile, Rutgers will take on Lehigh in their first-round match-up at 2:30 p.m. in Charlottesville.
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Siena men’s lacrosse ends season with loss to Monmouth in MAAC quarterfinals
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. — The Siena men’s lacrosse team’s season began with a close loss, and it ended with one on Friday.
There were many in between.
Cade Stratton scored with 40 seconds left to give No. 2 seed Monmouth a 12-11 victory over the No. 7 Saints in the quarterfinals of the MAAC tournament.
Siena finished the season at 0-8, losing seven of those by a combined 10 goals, including a 7-6 defeat at the hands of the Hawks in double overtime on March 13, a week after Siena had opened the season with an 8-7 loss to Canisius.
On Friday, the Saints’ Christian Watts scored on an assist from Jack Kiernan with 2:18 to play to tie it at 11-11.
The Hawks won the ensuing faceoff, and peppered the Siena cage with a shot from Zach Clemente that hit the post, a shot by David Cormack stopped by goalie Chris Yanchoris and a rebound attempt by Clemente that led to a pushing penalty on Siena’s Tyler Menniti with 59.2 seconds left.
During the man-up, Connor Macrae threaded a diagonal pass through the Siena defense to Stratton alone on the right post, and he shot-faked high and bounced an easy goal past Yanchoris.
Siena got the ball on a faceoff violation and called timeout with 32.1 seconds left to design a play. With the final seconds winding down, Dylan Pantalone used a spin move to get free, but lost the ball on a check by Rudy Beck to end the game.
Kiernan finished with five goals and two assists, and Yanchoris made 22 saves, and Watts, who came into the game with just two goals on the season, scored four times.
He piled up 26 saves against Monmouth in the previous game, during which Siena almost held the Hawks scoreless in the second half, only to give up the game-tying goal with two seconds left before losing in double overtime.
On Friday, Monmouth outshot Siena 34-23 and enjoyed an 18-7 advantage in faceoffs.
Siena 2 4 1 4 — 11
Monmouth 3 2 4 3 — 12
Siena scoring: Kiernan 5-2, Pantalone 0-1, Rusnak 0-2, Lantieri 2-0, Casner 0-1, Watts 4-0. Monmouth scoring: Stratton 3-1, Brooks 3-0, Macrae 1-1, Clemente 1-0, Mattushik 1-1, Cormack 0-2, Anderson 1-0, Duswalt 1-0, McIntyre 1-0. Goalies: Siena, Yanchoris, 22 saves. Monmouth, Lode, 12 saves.
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The 2015 MAAC Men’s Lacrosse was held from April 30 to May 2 of the same year at Tenney Stadium in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA. The winner of the tournament received an automatic bid for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men Lacrosse Championship at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Four teams from the MAAC conference will compete in a knockout tournament. The seeds were based on the results of the teams’ conferences in the regular season.
Only the top four Metro Atlantic Athletic teams made it to the MAAC tournament.
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|2||7:00 pm||# 1 Marist vs. # 4 Monmouth||11-6|
|Championship – Saturday 2 May|
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|* Game time in EST.# -Rating indicates tournament seed.|
Tenney Stadium – Poughkeepsie, NY
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Shane Adams, Detroit
Brandon Beauregard, Detroit
John Castellano, Monmouth
Ryan Horsch, Monmouth
Jack Brust, Quinnipiac
Mike Sagle, Quinnipiac
Mike Begley, Marist
Karl Kreshpane, Marist
Joseph Radin, Marist
Most Outstanding Player Dave Scarcello, Marist
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We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a â € ¦ He is known as one of the most intimidating SSDMs in the sport. Matt Dunn (Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club, Maryland ’14) – Maryland is known for producing great defenseman, and Matt Dunn is no exception.The Crease Attackmen: These attackmen line up close to the goal and primarily move without the ball. Rob Pannell (Atlas Lacrosse Club, Cornell ’13) – Rob Pannell is another lacrosse player consistently ranked as one of the best ever. Weeks of violence and chaos between protesters and police wreaked havoc in the North, causing looting and fires, and hundreds of people lost their lives. 1 after dispatching of Michigan, 18-12, on Saturday. As the highest rated defenseman on the 2019 PLL Top 50 list, Dunn uses his quick feet and hard checks to match up against anyone.These players usually have the most goals or assists on the team. (Photo Courtesy of Virginia Athletics) In the best game of the first round, Sam Shafer stepped up and made perhaps the goal of the year to secure the 14-13 win for Loyola over Denver and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Midfielders usually dodge and shoot from further up the field, as opposed to attackmen who dodge and shoot closer to the goal. John Grant Jr. (Denver Outlaws) – Many consider John Grant Jr. to be the greatest lacrosse player of all time.Eventually, the â € ¦ The attackman put in the overtime game-winner while falling down to push the Duke Blue Devils past the Loyola … More, (Photo Courtesy of Virginia Athletics) Less than two minutes after finding Ian Laviano for the first goal of the contest, Connor Shellenberger took it from behind and used an inside roll to put the Cavaliers … More, (Photo Courtesy of Henry Clay Lacrosse) The Kentucky High School lacrosse season came to a close last week with St. Xavier capturing the Kentucky Scholastic Lacrosse League (KSLL) title and Henry Clay winning the Commonwealth … More.In 2019, he was named the PLL Defensive player of the year. Every Wave of College Lacrosse Realignment Since 1954, NCAA Quarterfinals: Duke, Maryland Punch Championship Weekend Tickets With OT Wins, NCAA Quarterfinals: Virginia Downs Georgetown, Connor McCarthyâ € ™ s Game-Winner Pushes North Carolina Past Rutgers, Havill, Trammell, Campisano Young Gun Standouts in Kentucky, Southern Scorecard: Top 2023s From The Spring Season, NCAA First Round Sunday: Virginia and Loyola Win Hard Fought Battles, NCAA First Round Saturday: North Carolina, Rutgers, Georgetown Dominate, 2021 NCAA Tournament Preview: Bottom Half, Underdogs That Could Make The Most Noise in The NCAA Tournament.If I have not watched a player yet, they will not be on this list. *. The X or Wing Attackmen look for these players for an easy “slam dunk” type of shot. The Wing Attackmen: These attackmen line up in a wide position out and away from the goal. Matt Rambo (Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club, Univ. They are usually the best dodgers on a team, and they try to get past their defender for a shot or pass. Tucker Durkin (Atlas Lacrosse Club, Johns Hopkins ’13) – Durkin is widely known as the best defenseman in the world, and it would be a challenge for anyone to match up against him.It is the start of the greatest few weeks of the year and lacrosse’s greatest stage. Blaze Riorden (Chaos Lacrosse Club, Albany ‘16) – Riorden is unlike any other goalie in lacrosse. Midfielders also play in transition situations where they bring the ball from the defense to the offense. By | LOS ANGELES, CA. Players with longer poles have an easier time on defense, and 4 players with these extra long poles can be on the field at once. PLL’s Chaos LC picks up former Penn State men’s lacrosse goalie Austin Kaut from player pool Just a week after selecting Mac Oâ € ™ Keefe with the No.Welcome to the US Lacrosse TV / Live Stream listings page. Greg Gurenlian (Retired, Penn State ’06) – Gurenlian is considered the “father of faceoffs” and has trained nearly every great faceoff man in the last 10 years. There are usually 3 attackmen on the field at once. In addition to defense, defenders are tasked with clearing the ball from the defensive side of the field in a safe and timely manner while the attackmen ride (play defense) on them. Required fields are marked *. It takes an immense amount of endurance to run up and down the field, so midfielders usually run in short “shifts” and substitute in and out often, just like you would see in a hockey game.Defenders work with their teammates and goalies to prevent an offense from scoring. Atlas LC â € “Jeff Teat (A), Cornell 2. Scott Ratliff (Archers LC, Loyola ’13) – Ratliff is another incredible LSM who is known for his scoring ability as well. Some FOGOs stay on offense after winning the face off, but most of them come out of the game in place of an offensive midfielder. The most successful player in Walton lacrosse history is Scott Ratliff, who graduated in 2009. Your email address will not be published.He is aggressive and a perfect player for any aspiring defenseman to watch. After the explanations, I will list the names of the very best pro lacrosse players at their respective positions, so you can see what the position is like firsthand from elite lacrosse players. Tom Schreiber (Archers Lacrosse Club, Princeton ’14) – Schreiber is another one of those lacrosse players who is in contention for being the best lacrosse player in the world. Short for “Face off, get off,” a FOGO’s main job is to win the face off that happens at the start of every quarter and after every goal.March 4, 2020 was a relatively normal print production day. The Ultimate Resource for Lacrosse Players and Fans. Teams use LSMs in defensive situations, and often times the LSM will guard an opposing team’s best midfielder. 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Men’s lacrosse Monmouth Hawks – Monmouth Hawks men’s lacrosse
Monmet Hawks Men’s Lacrosse Team represents Monmouth University in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division of Men’s Lacrosse.Monmouth currently competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) and plays his home games at Kessler Stadium in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Monmouth made his first NCAA tournament in 2017 and returned to the tournament in 2021.
Lacrosse was founded in Monmouth in 2012 under the guidance of coach Brian Fisher and played its first season in 2014. Monmouth had his best season in 2017, ending the year 14-4 and beating Bryant 10-7 in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.The Hawks returned to the NCAA tournament in 2021, finishing 8-3, winning the MAAC Championship and losing to North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
|Year||Wins||Losses||Ties||Percent||Conference||Playoff||National Rating||RPI||SOS||Rated power (1)|
|2021||8||3||0||0.727||4-2 (T-1st)||MAAC Champion 1st NCAA Round|
|2020||2||4||0||0.333||N / A||N / A|
|2019||4||8||0||0.333||3-4 (5th place)|
|2018||7||8||0||0.467||4-2 (3rd)||Semifinals MAAC|
|201790 205 14||4||0||0.778||6-0 (1st)||MAAC Champion, NCAA Play In (2)|
|2016||7||7||0||0.500||3-3 (T-3rd)||Semifinals MAAC|
|2015||6||8||0||.429||3-3 (4th)||MAAC Semifinals|
- (1) Laxpower / LaxBytes Power Ratings
- (2) Lose a game in the NCAA tournament by a score of 10-7 to Bryant.
Monmouth Hawks – Monmouth Hawks
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (most sports)
Big South Conference (football)
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (bowling)
|Sports Director||Marilyn McNeill|
|Location||West Long Branch, New Jersey|
|Football Stadium||Kessler Stadium|
|Basketball Arena||OceanFirst Bank Center|
|Baseball Stadium||Monmouth Baseball Field|
|Colors|| Midnight Blue & White
The Monmet Hawks belong to 23 sports teams representing Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. The Hawks compete in the NCAA Division I and are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference joining July 1, 2013. The football team became an independent FCS for the 2013 season and moved to the Big South Conference on July 1, 2014.The women’s bowling program was a statutory member of the Southern Sports League, organized in January 2015, but after the 2017-18 season moved the sport to the Middle East Athletic Conference.
Monmouth sponsors teams in ten men’s and eleven women’s NCAA-sanctioned sports:
Men, interuniversity sports
Women’s interuniversity sports
- Official website