|Institutions||Conf||Win %||Overall||Last 10||Streak|
|5.||Merchant Marine||3-4||0.429||7-7||5-5||Won 3|
|7.||Wash. & Jefferson||1-6||0.143||8-8||3-7||Lost 2|
News & Videos
May 19, 2015 - Men's Lacrosse Three From Landmark Named Honorable Mention All-Americans PERRY, N.Y. --- The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association announced its 2015 Division III All-America Teams today, with three from the...[ Read More ]
May 18, 2015 - Men's Lacrosse Boyland, Frey, Millard Named USILA Scholar-Athletes PERRY, N.Y. --- The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association announced its 127 Scholar-Athletes across the NCAA's three divisions today,...[ Read More ]
May 6, 2015 - Men's Lacrosse Cardinals Fall to No. 2 Bullets in NCAA Opening Round GETTYSBURG, Pa. - The Catholic University of America men's lacrosse team dropped their NCAA Championship Tournament first round game 19-3 to No. 2...[ Read More ]
May 3, 2015 - Men's Lacrosse Catholic to Meet Gettysburg in NCAA First Round WASHINGTON - The Catholic University of America men's lacrosse team earned a bid to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship...[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Offensive Athlete of the Week Joe Clark, Elizabethtown (So., A, Hershey, Pa.) Clark takes home AOTW accolades for the fourth time this season after he became the ninth player in Elizabethtown men's lacrosse history to reach the 100-point mark in his career during Saturday's 12-5 win at Drew. The sophomore, who had a man down goal against the Rangers, finished with two goals and two assists. Clark ends the regular season with the top point (62) and assist (23) totals in the Landmark, and he ranks second in goals (39). His 62 points this season are 11 shy of Elizabethtown's single season record of 73, set by Aaron Weber back in 2009.
Defensive Athlete of the Week Jared Knowlton, Susquehanna (Sr., GK, North Salem, N.Y.) Knowlton started and played all 60 minutes in Susquehanna's 9-5 win over Catholic on Saturday which clinched the No. 2 seed in the Landmark Championship. He had 14 saves in the victory as he and the Susquehanna defense gave up just five goals to the Cardinals. This season, Knowlton has started all 13 games in which he's played. He has a 5.93 GAA, .637 save percentage, 137 saves and an 11-2 record. The Crusaders are 12-3 overall, and the 12 victories ties a program record. This is the third time in his career that Knowlton has received AOTW recognition.
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