Check out what our former Under Armour All-Americans are doing in College and the Pros. We will be recaping some of the games each week and posting stats for those who earned Under Armour All-America status at the high school level.
weekend of 4/5-6/2014
JOHNS HOPKINS 13, ALBANY 8
JOHNS HOPKINS 13, ALBANY 8
Baltimore, Md. — No. 10 Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team jumped out to a 9-1 halftime lead and never let visiting Albany get closer than five in the second half as the Blue Jays posted a 13-8 victory over the Great Danes at Homewood Field Friday night. Sophomore Ryan Brown scored all three of his goals in the opening 16 minutes and junior Wells Stanwick matched his career high with five assists before the game was 20 minutes old.
NORTH CAROLINA 11, VIRGINIA 10
Chapel Hill, N.C. – On Saturday afternoon the No. 5 Tar Heels defeated the No. 9 Virginia Cavaliers 11-10 at sun-drenched Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill. Before a near capacity crowd of 4,952 fans, the Tar Heels scored off a face-off win with 2:28 remaining in the fourth quarter to rally past the Cavaliers 11-10. Carolina improved to 9-2 on the season with the win and evened its ACC record at 2-2. The Cavaliers fell to 8-4 on the season and they are now 1-3 in the ACC.
DUKE 17, NOTRE DAME 11
Notre Dame, Ind. –– Duke senior attackman Jordan Wolf tallied four goals and three assists and sophomore Deemer Class added five goals and two assists to lead the No. 3 Blue Devils to a 15-7 win over No. 7 Notre Dame in ACC lacrosse action on Saturday. Duke extended its win streak to six games and improves to 10-2 overall and 3-1 in the ACC. The Blue Devils currently own a share of the top spot in the conference standings. Notre Dame drops to 4-4 and to 2-2 in conference play.
PRINCETON 15, RUTGERS 11
Princeton, N.J. — Senior midfielder Tom Schreiber tied his career high with seven points on four goals and three assists to lead No. 19 Princeton to a 15-11 win over Rutgers in front of 1,726 on Saturday night. With his big performance against the Scarlet Knights, Schreiber has now registered more than 100 goals and 90 assists in his career.
NORTH CAROLINA 17, MARYLAND 15
Chapel Hill, N.C. – The No. 1 ranked North Carolina (11-1, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) got four goals apiece from Abbey Friend and Maggie Bill and defeated No. 2 Maryland (13-1, 4-1 ACC), 17-15, on Saturday afternoon at Fetzer Field. The Tar Heels went on a 5-0 run to start the second half and take control of the game after trailing 10-9 at halftime.
FLORIDA 10, JOHNS HOPKINS 9
Baltimore, Md. – Shannon Gilroy scored seven goals, all in the second half, to lead the No. 5 Florida lacrosse team to a 10-9, come-from-behind victory over the No. 10 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon at Homewood Field.
BOSTON COLLEGE 13, DUKE 11
Durham N.C. — Five goals from junior Covie Stanwick helped lead No. 4 Boston College to a 13-11 road win over ACC foe No. 8 Duke, 13-11, on Saturday afternoon.
VIRGINIA 13, NOTRE DAME 8
Notre Dame, Ind. –– The No. 16 Virginia women's lacrosse team earned a 13-8 road win at No. 9 Notre Dame on Saturday in the first-ever meeting between the two teams.