TOWSON, Md. — At halftime of tonight's men's basketball game, Goucher's men's lacrosse team was honored for its 2012 season, which included a Landmark Conference championship, an NCAA victory and an 18-2 overall record.
PERRY, N.Y. — The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, having already recognized both players for their performance on the field by placing them on its 2012 Division III All-America Team, today included Rory Averett (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North) and Matt Lynch (Ivyland, Pa./LaSalle College) among the 74 men's lacrosse players throughout the nation who were designated 2012 Scholar All-Americans.
PERRY, N.Y. — The three players who concluded their careers at Goucher by accounting for almost 60 percent of the 386 points the Gophers accumulated this season were rewarded for their performances by being named 2012 Division III All-Americans today by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.
PERRY, N.Y. — Two players from Goucher — attackman Kyle Boncaro (Geneva, N.Y./Geneva) and midfielder Matt Lynch (Ivyland, Pa./LaSalle College) — have been selected to play in the upcoming 71st annual USILA/LaxWorld Division III North/South Game in Boston, according to a release issued today by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.
BEREA, Ohio — Matt Lynch (Ivyland, Pa./LaSalle College), a senior midfielder on Goucher's men's lacrosse team, was named today to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-District II Men's Division III At-Large Team, which was chosen by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — For a good portion of this afternoon's game, it appeared as though Rory Averett (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North) might score enough goals to assure a Goucher victory over Washington (Md.) in the opening round of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship.
MADISON, N.J. — Goucher players were recipients of both of the weekly honors the Landmark Conference bestowed today in the sport of men's lacrosse: senior midfielder Matt Lynch (Ivyland, Pa./LaSalle College) was named Offensive Player of the Week and senior short-stick midfielder Jackson Lane (Aurora, Colo./Smoky Hill) was named Defensive Player of the Week for April 30-May 6.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Goucher learned its opponent in the first round of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship when the bracket for the 28-team tournament was revealed tonight: Washington (Md.).
TOWSON, Md. — Goucher, playing before a crowd of 458 in Gopher Stadium this afternoon, defeated Drew, 10-7, to capture the 2012 Landmark Conference title and secure an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship.
MADISON, N.J. — The three seniors who this season became the second, third and fourth players in the history of Goucher's men's lacrosse program to surpass 200 career points — along with three of their teammates — have been awarded spots on the 2012 All-Landmark Conference Men's Lacrosse Team.
PERRY, N.Y. — Goucher, which will take on Catholic in the semifinals of the 2012 Landmark Conference postseason tournament on Wednesday, rose to No. 10 this week in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's Division III Coaches Poll.
MADISON, N.J. — Matt Lynch (Ivyland, Pa./LaSalle College), who became the fourth player in the history of Goucher's men's lacrosse program to surpass 200 career points on Saturday — and the third to do it this season — today was recognized as the Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week in the Landmark Conference for April 16-22.
TOWSON, Md. — Goucher used a nearly perfect start and an equally strong finish to earn a 13-8 victory over Scranton this afternoon that guarantees the Gophers being the No. 1 seed for the upcoming Landmark Conference postseason tournament.
TOWSON, Md. — Goucher didn't take its first lead in tonight's game on Beldon Field against Eastern until Zachary Fratella (Wilmington, Del./Brandywine) tallied an unassisted goal with 1:31 remaining before halftime.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. — Goucher outscored Susquehanna, 5-1, in the second quarter and that four-goal difference proved to be the final margin of victory as the Gophers defeated the Crusaders, 9-5, in a Landmark Conference game played this afternoon on Sassafras Field.
PERRY, N.Y. — Goucher made its debut in the Top 20 of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's Division III Coaches Poll today — not just for this season, but for all 21 years that the institution has fielded a men's lacrosse team.
MADISON, N.J. — Goucher produced two of the 14 recipients of Player of the Week honors from the Landmark Conference that were announced today. Destiny Phillips (Washington, D.C./Dunbar), a freshman on the women's outdoor track and field team, and Pierce Ingram (Austin, Texas/Westwood), a sophomore midfielder on the men's lacrosse team, were recognized for their performances for March 19-25.
MADISON, N.J. — Pierce Ingram (Austin, Texas/Westwood), who had never before in his career scored more than three goals in a game, supplied Goucher with seven goals this afternoon as the Gophers improved to 22-3 all-time in Landmark Conference games by downing Drew, 18-8.
TOWSON, Md. — Goucher's lead had shrunk to 9-6 early in the fourth quarter before head coach Kyle Hannan's squad scored three times on a two-minute, non-releasable unnecessary roughness penalty that was assessed to Washington & Jefferson. The three extra-man goals helped the Gophers achieve a 12-7 victory, spoiling the Presidents' debut in the Landmark Conference.
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — The number of undefeated Division III men's lacrosse teams was reduced by one this afternoon when Goucher's Rory Averett (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North) scored 41 seconds into overtime to provide the Gophers with a 7-6 victory over Mary Washington.
TOWSON, Md. — Kyle Boncaro (Geneva, N.Y./Geneva) became Goucher's all-time leader in assists, but even that accomplishment was overshadowed by the reason the Gophers hosted Lasell on Beldon Field this afternoon.
FROSTBURG, Md. — Goucher never held more than a one-goal lead over Frostburg St. this afternoon until the third quarter, but by limiting the Bobcats to one goal over the final 38:50, the Gophers were at least able to emerge with a 6-3 victory.