Q-Collar Week in Review (May 8) - Q30

This week, college lacrosse players wearing the Q-Collar made significant impacts in their conference tournaments. Check out the highlights below:

NCAA Men’s Lacrosse:

  • University of Albany Attackman Silas Richmond scored 8 total goals, including this snipe from deep, in the Great Danes’ two America East Conference Tournament games, a win over the University of Vermont and a double-overtime loss to Bryant University.
  • Notre Dame Attackman Pat Kavanagh scored a goal and assisted on 6 other goals, including this set-up through the screen, in the Fighting Irish’s 18-9 win over the University
  • Georgetown University Defenseman Will Bowen recovered 3 total ground balls and caused 3 total turnovers in the Hoyas two Big East Conference tournament games, a pair of victories over Providence College and the University of Denver. This past week, Bowen became the first-ever Georgetown Lacrosse player to earn back-to-back Big East Defender of the Year Awards. Bowen’s teammate, Midfielder Jacob Kelly, scored 2 goals across the two games.
  • University of Utah Attackman Ryan Stines scored 4 total goals, including this incredible one-handed finish, in the Utes’ two ASUN Conference Tournament games, a pair of victories over Bellarmine University and the United States Air Force Academy.
  • University of Maryland Faceoff Specialist Luke Wierman went 23 for 46 and recovered 12 ground balls across the Terps’ two Big Ten Tournament games, a win over Johns Hopkins University and a loss to the University of Michigan.
  • University of Pennsylvania Defenseman Tyler Kuehl recovered 2 ground balls in the Quakers’ 9-8 loss to Princeton University in the Ivy League Tournament Semifinals.
  • Lehigh University Defenseman Timmy Kirlin recovered 2 total ground balls across the Mountain Hawks’ two Patriot League Tournament games, a win over Lafayette College and a loss to Army.

NCAA Women’s Lacrosse:

MLS Soccer:

  • San Jose Earthquakes Striker Jeremy Ebobisse started and played all 90 minutes of the Earthquakes’ 2-1 victory over LAFC.

NWSL Soccer:

  • Portland Thorns Defenders Meghan Klingenberg started and notched an assist in the Thorns’ 3-3 draw with the North Carolina Courage. Defender Emily Menges also started and contributed to the Thorns’ defensive efforts.
  • Angel City FC Defender Megan Reid started and played all 90 minutes of Angel City’s 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Current.

MILB Baseball:

  • Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay Rays AA Affiliate) Catcher Logan Driscoll went 4 for 19 with 2 runs scored in the 4 games this week, all against the Biloxi Shuckers (Milwaukee Brewers AA Affiliate), that he appeared in.

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