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8 Scranton
4 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 4
Sat May 12
4 Moravian
2 vs. TCNJ
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Sat May 12
0 Johnson & Wales (RI)
4 vs. Moravian
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Sat May 12
2 Elizabethtown
10 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 5
Sun May 13
21 Catholic
7 vs. Scranton
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 6
Sun May 13
14 Catholic
11 at Rowan
NCAA Second Round
Sun May 13
7 Scranton
10 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 7
Mon May 14
3 Moravian
0 vs. Salisbury
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Mon May 14
Final - 6 innings
1 Salisbury
9 vs. Moravian
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Thu May 17
11 Catholic
12 vs. Babson
@ Bel Air, Md. NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional - Game 4
Fri May 18
13 Arcadia
2 vs. Catholic
@ York, Pa. NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional - Game 6
Sat May 19
6 Catholic
13 vs. York (Pa.)
@ Middlebury, Vt. NCAA Regional Semifinal
Sun May 20
1 Moravian
2 at Rowan
NCAA Super Regional
Sun May 20
2 Rowan
1 vs. Moravian
@ Glassboro, NJ NCAA Super Regional
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All-Landmark Men's Lacrosse Teams Announced

All-Landmark Men's Lacrosse Teams Announced

TOWSON, Md. – Catholic's Brendan Englert is the Landmark Conference men's lacrosse coaches' pick as Player of the Year. Susquehanna's Connor Moran was chosen as the Rookie of the Year.

Unfortunately Englert's career was cut short when he passed away tragically prior to the end of the season, but the Landmark coaches were unanimous when voting him as the Player of the Year. The junior attackman earned First Team All-Landmark recognition after earning Second Team honors last year and Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman. He racked up 31 goals with 21 assists to lead the conference in points and tie for first in assists during the regular season. Englert scored 11 goals and added seven assists in four conference games including three goals and two assists in an overtime loss to Drew.

Joining Englert on the first team are attackmen Joseph Eck, Geoff Harty and Taylor Nelson. A Second Team honoree last season, Eck led the Landmark in goals per game with 32 in 14 games. Harty scored 33 goals and added 14 assists during the regular season for USMMA. Nelson led Scranton with 21 goals and 17 assists in 14 games.

Drew's Steve Gentile earned First Team honors as the Rangers' top midfielder. He scored 18 goals during the regular season including eight in Landmark games. Goucher's Pierce Ingram scored 24 goals and added eight assists for the top-seeded Gophers while Scranton senior Dillon McInerney was awarded First Team honors for the second consecutive year. The Royals' second leading scorer, McInerney racked up 25 goals and seven assists during the regular season.

Marcus Cheatham, Tim Cleary and Tristan Morris were named to the First Team in specialized positions. A short stick defensive midfielder, Cheatham wrapped up his conference career as a four-time All-Landmark selection at Susquehanna. He had 35 ground balls during the regular season. Cleary is considered Scranton's top long stick midfielder and best all-around defensive player. A First Team honoree last year, Cleary finished the regular season with 14 caused turnovers and 49 ground balls. Goucher's Morris won a conference-high 133 face-offs during the regular season at .506 percent won.

Defensively, Drew's Dominick Reda earned First Team honors for the second consecutive year. He finished the regular season with 12 caused turnovers and 49 ground balls. Bryce Carson of Goucher led the Landmark with 32 caused turnovers and picked up 56 ground balls. Rounding out the First Team defensemen is Susquehanna senior Dave Rinaldi. Rinaldi is always responsible for the opponent's top attackman and finished with 17 caused turnovers and 34 ground balls for the Crusaders.

Connor Mishaw had another strong year in between the pipes for Goucher on the way to earning First Team recognition for the second year in a row. The senior helped the Gophers go undefeated in the Landmark with a 4.93 goals against average and 70.7 save percentage. He finished with 177 saves during the regular season.

Moran ranked second on the team in scoring for Susquehanna this season before being voted Rookie of the Year. He started every game and scored 20 goals with 20 assists during the regular season. He added three goals in each of the Landmark tournament games as the third-seeded Crusaders won their first conference championship.

Merchant Marine head coach Tom Gill and his staff were honored with Coaching Staff of the Year recognition. The Mariners went 0-6 in the Landmark last season and improved by leaps and bounds this season as they went 3-3 in the conference and earned the No. 4 seed in the tournament. Gill led the team to an upset of No. 1 Goucher in the semifinals and advanced to his second championship game.

Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Coach of the Year
Brendan Englert,
Connor Moran,

Tom Gill,

The 2013 Landmark Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Teams:

First Team    Second Team
Attack         Attack      
Joseph Eck
Wash. & Jefferson
Sr. Boise, Idaho
  Scott Humphreys*
Drew Sr. Newark, Del.
Brendan Englert
Catholic Jr. Fayetteville, N.Y.   Austin Lein
Susquehanna Jr. New Vernon, N.J.
Geoff Harty
USMMA So. Chicago, Ill.

Taylor Nelson
Chester Springs, Pa.
          Zachary Fratella Goucher Sr. Wilmington, Del.
Midfield         Walter Hickey Catholic
Jr. Thornwood, N.Y.
Steve Gentile
Drew Sr. Franklin Lakes, N.J.   John Kerrigan Susquehanna
Sr. Maple Glen, Pa.
Pierce Ingram
Goucher Jr.
Austin, Texas
  Joseph Purcell
Mineola, N.Y.
Dillon McInerney*
Scranton Sr.
Hawthorne, N.J.  

  Long Stick Midfield
Long Stick Midfield

  Brian Sowyrda Susquehanna
Sr. Grafton, Mass.
Tim Cleary*^ Scranton
Sr. Shrewsbury, N.J.
          Short-Stick Defensive Midfield    
Short-Stick Defensive Midfield       Mike Deliberti Scranton Jr. Fairfield, Conn.
Marcus Cheatham*# Susquehanna Sr. Reisterstown, Md.          
          Face-Off Specialist      
Face-Off Specialist         Matt Finor Scranton So. Churchville, Pa.
Tristan Morris Goucher So. Houston, Texas          
Defense         Sam Heard
Boca Raton, Fla.
Bryce Carson
Wyomissing, Pa.   Sean Slattery
Massapequa, N.Y.
Dominick Reda*
Floral Park, N.Y.   Brendan Synan
Scranton Sr.
Mahopac, N.Y.
Dave Rinaldi
Hingham, Mass.  


Goalie         Ben Worthington
Jenkintown, Pa.
Connor Mishaw* Goucher
Sr. Wilmington, Del.

* 2012 First Team All-Landmark
^ 2011 First Team All-Landmark
# 2010 First Team All-Landmark