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:
- University of Maryland Midfielder Shaylan Ahearn scored 2 total goals, including this insane draw control to goal finish, and notched an assist in the Terps’ two Big Ten Tournament games, a win over Rutgers University and a loss to Northwestern University. For her stellar performance, Ahearn was named to the Big Ten Conference All-Tournament Team. Ahearn’s teammate, Goalkeeper Emily Sterling, made 18 total saves, including this stop on the doorstep, across the two games. For their respective season’s, Ahearn was named the Big Ten Conference Midfielder of the Year and Sterling was named Big Ten Goaltender of the Year for the second year in a row.
- Kent State University Midfielder Emily Bond recovered 1 ground ball and caused 1 turnover in the Golden Flashes’ 18-7 loss to Central Michigan University in the MAC Tournament.
- San Jose Earthquakes Striker Jeremy Ebobisse started and played all 90 minutes of the Earthquakes’ 2-1 victory over LAFC.
- 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.
- 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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