4/8/13 12:25 PM
Cam Flint (Round 1, #6) – Denver
Cam Flint finished the day tallying two goals in the Pioneers' 15-4 rout of Marquette at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. Flint scored in the first quarter to break the 1-1 tie, and then saw the back of the net again in the third with an unassisted goal at 7:45 left in the quarter.
The University of Denver men’s lacrosse team defeated Bellarmine in double overtime by a score of 11-10 on Sunday afternoon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium in front of 2,027 fans. Flint matched a career high with four goals, tallying his tenth career hat-trick. He also added one assist to finish with five points on the day. Flint saw his first goal with 10:02 remaining in the half, and then completed the hat trick with 7:01 remaining in the game to bring Denver within one.
The Pioneers will return to action on Saturday, as they travel to take on fellow draftee Scott Ratliff and Loyola University at 11 a.m. MT.
Scott Ratliff (Round 2, #9) – Loyola
Loyola University Maryland midfielder Scott Ratliff scored a game high four goals during a 13-7 victory Saturday afternoon over visiting Fairfield University in ECAC Lacrosse League action at Ridley Athletic Complex. Ratliff also had four caused turnovers and collected three ground balls as Loyola clinched a bid to the 2013 ECAC Championships that will be played May 2-4 at Hobart College in Geneva, N.Y.
The Greyhounds play their final regular-season home game of the season on Saturday, April 13, at 1:00 p.m against Cam Flint and the University of Denver.
Will Manny (Round 2, #14) – UMass
Senior attack Will Manny picked up one goal, thus becoming the 10th Minuteman to record 100 career tallies during the UMass men's lacrosse 9-5 loss at Towson University on Saturday afternoon.
The Minutemen continue their 2013 campaign with an April 13 contest against Drexel University at 1 p.m.
David DiMaria (Round 6, #46) – Lehigh
In a heated rematch of last season’s Patriot League Championship Game, Lehigh and Colgate combined for 23 goals and 20 penalties, but it was the Lehigh Mountain Hawks who came up big when it mattered most. Lehigh broke an 8-8 tie after three quarters, outscoring Colgate 5-2 in the fourth for a 13-10 win on Saturday at Goodman Stadium. DiMaria reached a milestone, surpassing 100 career assists with his one-goal, four-assist effort in the Mountain Hawks win.
Lehigh will now head to Bucknell University for a big match-up against the Bison on Friday at 7:30 p.m, with the winner clinching the Patriot League regular season title and #1 seed in the Patriot League Tournament.