A six-goal run from Stony Brook that spanned from the end of the first quarter to the beginning of the third proved too great a deficit for St. John’s to overcome, as the Red Storm dropped the local battle 11-7 at DaSilva Memorial Field. Kieran McArdle recorded his third game of the season with five or more points as he tallied one goal and two assists.
In a 12-10 loss to No. 18/14 Drexel, Villanova junior faceoff specialist Thomas Croonquist set a career record by winning 19-of-23 attempts (.826) from the midfield while senior Jack Rice notched his 96th career goal to place him tied for fifth place overall on Villanova’s all-time leading scorer list. Additionally, junior defenseman John LoCascio grabbed a career-high nine ground balls.
Providence has opened the season 2-0 for the first time since 2011. Sean Wright and JT Weber have recorded hat-tricks in each of the two games thus far.
The Hoyas earned their first victory under first year head coach Kevin Warne. Georgetown played consecutive overtime games for the first time since March 23 and March 30, 2003, when they defeated Duke and Navy under Dave Urick. Georgetown defeated Navy to earn the Boyle Cup for the seventh time in eight games.
Notre Dame is off to a 2-0 start for the sixth time in the last seven seasons. The Irish have opened a season with consecutive wins over ranked
opponents for the first time since 2003.
Syracuse defeated Army 6-2. Army’s two goals were tied for the fewest ever by an opposing team at the Carrier Dome.
Rutgers defeated Wagner 20-10 before falling to UMBC 11-9. Scott Klimchak led the team on the week, tallying 10 points including nine goals.