lacrosse-men-d1 flag | March 25, 2015

LAX-ers of the Week

  Donahue scored five of Syracuse’s goals in a 19-7 win against then-No. 4 Duke.

Offensive Player of the Week

Dylan Donahue, Syracuse

Junior (RS) | Attack | 5-9 | 173 | Camillus, New York

Syracuse sophomore Dylan Donahue totaled a season-high seven points to lead the top-ranked Orange’s domination of Duke on Sunday.

Donahue scored five of Syracuse’s goals in the 19-7 romp. He delivered three goals and two assists before halftime as the Orange raced to a 13-1 lead against the then-No. 4 Blue Devils.

Donahue earned at least a share of Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the third time in the seven weeks it has been awarded this season.

No. 1 Syracuse (7-0) faces No. 2 Notre Dame (5-1) Saturday, March 28, in South Bend, Indiana.


Defensive Player of the Week

Tyler Behring, Fairfield

Sophomore | Goalkeeper | 5-8 | Little Silver, New Jersey

Fairfield’s Tyler Behring posted 22 saves in an 11-5 win against UMass-Lowell and 11-4 victory against then-No. 17 Villanova last week.

Behring tallied a 3.56 goals against average and .759 save percentage in the two games. Against UMass-Lowell, Behring made six saves, allowed only three goals and collected a career-high seven ground balls. Facing Villanova, Behring totaled a career-best 16 saves an shut down the Wildcats’ offense for the entire second and third quarters.

Fairfield (5-4) takes a three-game winning streak into conference play, visiting Drexel (4-5) on Saturday, March 28.

College soccer: Diego Casielles scores his second consecutive game-winning goal to lift Fairfield past No. 9 UNC-Wilmington


College basketball roundup: Parity beginning to set in across the nation

The second week of January is here and with it the pace of conference play in college basketball soon picks up speed. The march to the NCAA Tournament is afoot and teams are beginning to fill out their respective résumés. And if your squad hasn't hit their stride just yet, no worries, basketball is a game of runs.

Fairfield wins twice to extend streak, maintain lead in conference standings


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