Two goals from from former Clam Joe Manown helped Duke remain alive in the NCAA Tournament!
goduke.com The Blue Devils Best the Spiders, 12-11
Congrats @klyne9 #blubblub 💪
With his goal tonight, @union_lacrosse junior Kerry Lyne surpasses the 💯-goal mark with a season still to go! Congrats Kerry! #GoU #d3lax #NCAALAX
Former Clams Johnny Hincks (2g,1a) and Jake Haase (2a) helped Williams move on in the NCAA Tournament!
ephsports.williams.edu Today the Williams College Ephs defeated the St. John Fisher College Cardinals in the Third Round of NCAA Division III playoffs.
Former Clam Matt Manown notched two goals in a West Point loss to #2 Penn in the NCAA Tournament.
goarmywestpoint.com The Army West Point men's lacrosse team's season came to a close Saturday evening after a 13-8 deficit in the NCAA First Round to fourth-seed Penn at Franklin Field.
NCAA Tournament Spotlight: The Manown Brothers!
Former Clam Jake Haase (Williams) featured by the Boston Globe! #blubblub
bostonglobe.com The freshman attack was named NESCAC rookie of the year after leading the Ephs in scoring with 85 points.
Former Clam midfielder Matt Manown (West Point) featured for his play this season by the New England Lacrosse Journal!
laxjournal.com Credit: Army West Point AthleticsMatt Manown’s father insisted that he visit Army when the former La Salle Academy (R.I.) star was considering where to play college lacrosse. His mother wanted him to have no part of it. Neither did Manown, at first. But as the Sauderstown, R.I., native took one tr...
Congrats to former Clam goaltender Nathan Maselek (Clark) on earning NEWMAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year honors!
newmacsports.com WESTWOOD, Mass. - The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced the 2019 Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Team and major honors on Thursday.
The Top Gun Fighting Clams are happy to announce that 2020 Clam midfielder Matt Costantino has committed to Saint Michael’s. The Brooks product becomes the tenth Clam to commit to the Purple Knights, and will join 2019 Clam and current Duxbury senior midfielder James Guiliano in the fall of 2020. Matt will just miss current Saint Michael’s junior defenseman and Team Captain Will Moriarty (Catholic Memorial). Matt also becomes the 21st Clam who has announced his commitment in the 2020 class, he is the 5th player to commit to a Division II/III institution.
Matt is one of these players – and we tend to have at least a few in every class - who joined the Clam program later in the process. Delayed by injury, Matt still managed to make immediate contributions once he joined the program. A fast, athletic and highly motivated midfielder from Brooks, Matt’s resurgence this season has been both immediate and profound, and his contributions have played a significant role in Brooks’ most successful season in several years.
The do-it-all midfielder will be expected to make similar contributions up in Burlington is the coming years. While just wrapping up a below average season in terms of final record, it’s worth noting that five of the team’s top six scorers are underclassmen. New coach Alex Smith was tasked with turning around a program and changing a culture that had been in descent for a few years. From what we are hearing, he’s gaining traction, as many of the players are buying into what he’s trying to do, how he’s doing it, and where the Knights are headed.
Given the amount of correspondence we’ve had with Coach Smith of late, and the number of Clams he’s targeting, I would be very surprised if Matt were the last 2020 Clam to make St. Mike’s his collegiate destination. Momentum is a beautiful thing. I for one am going to do my part to keep the Clam-to-St. Michael’s momentum rolling right along!
Please join us in congratulating Matt and the Costantino family on a great commitment to a very appropriate school and program.
Johnny Hincks (2g,1a) and Jake Haase (6a) helped Williams roll to a 21-10 win over Keene State in the NCAA Tournament. Gabe Cormier scored a goal and caused a turnover in the loss for the Owls.
ephsports.williams.edu Ephs Defeat Keene State in NCAA Second Round Contest
Former Clam Kerry Lyne notched a goal to help Union to a 12-7 win over Cortland in the NCAA Second Round!
unionathletics.com SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - Sophomore Keaton McCann led all players with four goals as the #12 Union College men's lacrosse team used a dominant defensive effort and some opportunistic scoring to defeat SUNY Cortland, 12-7, in the second round of the 2019 NCAA Div. III Men's Lacrosse Championships, held on....
NCAA Tournament Spotlight: Kerry Lyne (Union)
Congrats to 2020 Clam Nick Campagnone (East Catholic HS) on earning Hartford Courant Athlete of the Week!
courant.com Outstanding high school sports performances are on display every week in Connecticut. To honor those athletes, each week the Hartford Courant sports staff will nominate three boys and three girls from local schools as CT Varsity Athlete of the Week finalists.
Former Clams Will Abbott (Quinnipiac) and Danny Hincks (Dartmouth) named to the NELJ DI All-Rookie Team!
laxjournal.com Matt Brandau goes airborne for a shot against Cornell in their Ivy League semifinal matchup. (Ivy League)New blood is critical each season when New England’s 15 Division 1 men’s lacrosse teams begin their bids for conference tournament spots. That was again evident this spring, as there was plen...
Former Clam Jake Haase (Williams) named to the NELJ DIII All-Rookie Team!
laxjournal.com Most, if not all, NCAA tournament teams received contributions from impact freshmen. Here are those who have left the hardest stamp across the region.
NCAA Tournament Spotlight: Reid Shilling (Amherst)
NCAA Tournament Spotlight: Jake Haase (Williams)
Congrats to the 26 former Clams playing in the 2019 @ncaalax Tournament! #blubblub #getafterit
2015 Brooks Tyrrell (Notre Dame/Midfield)
2015 Mack Rush (Williams/Defense)
2015 Angus O’Rourke (Williams/Midfield)
2015 Gabe Cormier (Keene State/Defense)
2016 Joe Manown (Duke/Attack)
2016 Matt Manown (West Point/Midfield)
2016 Tim Dick (Georgetown/Defense)
2016 Josh White (Duke/Defense)
2016 Devin Greene (Western New England/Defense)
2016 Stephen Paras (Denison/Goaltender)
2016 Connor Hunt (Gettysburg/FOGO)
2016 Kerry Lyne (Union/Attack)
2016 Michael Dignan (Cortland/Midfield)
2017 Johnny Hincks (Williams/Midfield)
2017 Thomas Bono (Williams/Midfield)
2017 Evan Cunningham (Tufts/Midfield)
2017 Reid Shilling (Amherst/Defense)
2017 Jackson Curran (Wesleyan/Midfield)
2017 Kevin Casey (Gettysburg/Defense)
2017 Zach Hogan (Rhodes/Defense)
2018 Jake Haase (Williams/Attack)
2018 Ted Anderson (Williams/Defense)
2018 Brian Reese (Keene State/Defense)
2018 Jake Stackpole (Ursinus/Midfield)
2018 Kyle Camphausen (Wesleyan/Defense)
2018 Peter Burnes (Union/Attack)
Matt Manown scored a goal and added an assist, as West Point downed Lehigh in the Patriot League Championship!
goarmywestpoint.com For the first time in nine years the #18/19 Army West Point men's lacrosse team is Patriot League Champions after defeating Lehigh, 11-7, Sunday afternoon at the Ridley Athletic Complex.
Former Clams Jake Haase (2g,5a) and Johnny Hincks (2g) with MONSTER performances for Williams in the NESCAC Championship!
gotuftsjumbos.com Men's Lacrosse Wins Again in OT 17-16 over Williams to Earn 9th NESCAC Title
Jake Haase (2g,3a) and Johnny Hincks (1g) helped Williams advance to the NESCAC Championship game with a win over Amherst!
ephsports.williams.edu Ephs Topple Amherst 11-8 to Advance to NESCAC Championship Game
Congrats to former Clam @timmy.dick on winning another @bigeastconf Championship! #blubblub
Ben Snow (6gb/1CT) all over the field for Middlebury in a 14-13 OT loss to Tufts in the NESCAC Semifinals.
Former Clams Will Abbott (2g) and Nick DiMuccio (11 Saves) play well in a heartbreaking Quinnipiac loss to Marist.
insidelacrosse.com (Photo Courtesy of @Marist_MLax Twitter) Marist is going back to the NCAA Tournament. The Red Foxes beat Quinnipiac, 15-14, winning the
Congrats to 2020 Clam defenseman @camsouza3 on his commitment to @uhartmlax #blubblub
The Top Gun Fighting Clams are happy to announce that 2020 Clam defenseman Cam Souza (Wakefield HS) has committed to Hartford. Cam becomes 19th Clam in program history to commit to becoming a member of the Hawks, and is the 17th Clam that plays on the 2020 team to announce his commitment. He is also the 4th defenseman from the 2020 class to commit to a Division I program.
Cam commits to a Hartford squad that has had a number of successful Clams that have come back to become Clam Coaches. They include 2022 Clam Coach and former Charlotte Hound face-off specialist Tim Fallon (Lawrence Academy), 2016 Hartford Captain Conor Van Duzer (Rivers), 2017 Hartford Captain Alec Brown (Wakefield HS), 2018 Hartford Captain Brendan Gates (Rivers), current Hartford senior Zach Elkinson (Holliston HS) and 2011 Clam Jimmy Murphy (Brewster Academy).
Cam’s decision to commit to Hartford is exciting on a variety of levels.
First, the obvious one, we like Cam. We like him as a young man, we like him as a player, and we think he’s a great fit for Hartford on almost every level. The Hawks tend to like their players tough and edgy, strong and imposing, and Cam checks each box. He’s going to be a strong Hartford defender.
But it’s also exciting because of what it represents. After the usual in-season dormancy, college coaches’ recruiting engine have once again started to rev. Cam’s commitment is part of a larger wave of offers for players in the 2020 class being planned for, discussed, and in a couple cases, already made to Clams. It’s the same every year. The first teams out of the NCAA playoff discussion are the hungriest to get to work improving themselves. In turn, they’re the first out there watching high school games, reviewing highlight videos, and making moves.
Cam is the not the last 2020 Clam who we believe will land in Hartford. At least three others are in Hartford’s sights right now. Whether the connection between Hartford and these players will be made remains to be seen. But the bottom line is the connection that has been made may be the best of the bunch, and we couldn’t be happier for Cam and the Souza family on this ideal placement.
Stay tuned. More commitment announcements to follow soon!
Former Clam James Burr scored two goals and added an assist, as BU fell to Lehigh in the Patriot League Semifinals.
goterriers.com BALTIMORE - Playing in the Patriot League semifinals for the third consecutive year, the third-seeded Boston University men's lacrosse team was edged by second-seeded Lehigh, 10-9, on Friday night at Loyola Maryland's Ridley Athletic Complex.
Looking good gentlemen! 😎 #blubblub
Clam goaltender Chris Perri (Newton North) stands tall in win over Wellesley!
bostonherald.com WELLESLEY — There were many things to figure out defensively for Newton North after its stinging 11-6 loss Monday to Natick, and injuries weren’t helping matters. But with the No. 16 Tigers turning…
Will Abbott (1g) and Nick DiMuccio (9 Saves) helped Quinnipiac advance to the MAAC Title Game!
quinnipiacbobcats.com POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Quinnipiac men's lacrosse scored nine straight goals to begin the game on Thursday at Tenney Stadium, cruising past Detroit Mercy by the final score of 19-10 in the semifinal round of the MAAC Tournament.
Former Clams Logan Liljeberg (4g) and Colton King (13 Saves) played well in a heartbreaker for Sacred Heart.
shubigred.com Pioneers score final six goals in loss to Hobart Thursday night
Congrats to former Clam @jakehaase_ on earning @nescacathletics Rookie of the Year honors! #blubblub #welldeserved
2021 Clam defenseman Keegan Palmer (Central Catholic) mentioned for his play in a win over Chelmsford!
bostonlax.net By Ryan Kilian @masspreps CHELMSFORD -- In a back-and-forth battle between top Merrimack Valley Conference teams, it would be the No. 26 ranked Central Catholic Raiders who would come out victorious, as they defeated the host No. 25 Chelmsford Lions, 8-7 on Tuesday evening. Central Catholic junior m...
Former Clam Jake Haase (Williams) named NESCAC Rookie of the Year!
ephsports.williams.edu NESCAC Honors for Head Coach George McCormack, Jake Hasse '22, Brendan Hoffman '20 & Rock Stewart '20
Former Clam Jake Haase (Williams) named DIII Rookie of the Year by NELJ!
laxjournal.com New England Lacrosse Journal has handed out year-end awards to the region’s top achievers. The slate is led by NESCAC programs.
Kerry Lyne with a MONSTER day (5g) For Union in their win over RPI in the Liberty League Semifinals!
unionathletics.com SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - Junior Kerry Lyne scored five times while senior Jack Santilli made 15 big saves in addition to scoring his first collegiate goal as #12 Union College defeated #19 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute by a 13-8 score in the semifinals of the Liberty League Tournament on Wednesday aft...