Bear Lax Trax Fax by John Nichols

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Fairfield (Charlie Schnider ’11) 7

Drexel (Hank Brown ’12) 4

Charlie scored 2 for the Stags and Hank had one ground ball and a caused turnover for the Dragons. The game was the first Colonial Athletic Association game for each team.




Bucknell (Sean O’Brien ’14) 4

Army 12

Bucknell scored first, but then Army put up 6 straight, building a comfortable lead which lasted to the last whistle. Sean took 2 shots for the Bison.


Colgate (Robby Dunnigan ‘13) 11

Loyola 4

Colgate put up a four goal run in the first quarter and a five goal run in the third quarter to stun the Greyhounds.


Cornell (Will Joyce ’10, Marshall Peters ’13, Jack Bolen ‘14) 8

Dartmouth 2

Cornell scored five goals in the third quarter in an otherwise low scoring game to post another Ivy League victory. Marshall had 3 ground balls and a caused turnover.


Delaware (Taylor Valencia ‘13, Philip Pena ‘13) 5

Hofstra 9

Philip had one ground ball in the Blue Hen’s loss.


Drexel (Hank Brown ’12) 9

Binghamton 5

Hank had one ground ball for the Dragons in a non-league contest.


Hobart (Riley McTague ‘14) 7 OT

Robert Morris 6

Hobart is now 2-0 in Northeast Conference play.


Jacksonville (Zac Buller ‘14) 5

Air Force 18


Johns Hopkins (Sam Lynch ‘14) 9

Rutgers 7

Hopkins picked up their first Big Ten win.


Navy (Patrick Keena ’11) 14

Boston U 6

Patrick scored 2 goals and dished out one assist for the Middies. Navy’s 5-1 record now leads the Patriot League


Penn (Will Laco ’11, Garrett Fellows ’13, Peter Laco ’13) 7

Yale 15

Will and Peter continue to make contributions to the Quakers’ offense, but Penn has suffered 3 losses in Ivy League play.


Princeton (Justin Murphy Undergrad Asst ’11, Mark Strabo ’12) 8

Brown 10

Two high powered offenses ended up producing a low scoring game as both goalies put up great efforts. Brown is now 2-0 in Ivy League play while Princeton drops to 1-1.


Vermont (Coach Ryan Curtis ‘96)15

Dartmouth 16


Vermont (Coach Ryan Curtis ‘96) 12

Stony Brook 21


Virginia (Michael Rhoads ’13, Jason Murphy ’13, Brandon Johnson ’14, Jack Falk ‘14) 17


Jason was 7 for 12 on faceoffs with one ground ball and one shot for the ‘Hoos and Jack took one shot as well. Brandon saw his first action of the year.


Virginia (Michael Rhoads ’13, Jason Murphy ’13, Brandon Johnson ’14, Jack Falk ‘14) 14

Richmond 7

Jason was 5 for 8 on faceoffs and scooped up 2 ground balls while Jack got off another shot and recorded two ground balls. Brandon saw action for the second time this week.


Updated D-I Rankings:

LaxPower Forum USLIA Coaches  

IL Media

Cornell 6 8 6
Virginia 8 6 8
Princeton 12 12 13
Johns Hopkins 16 19 19
Bucknell V V V
Navy 19 18 18
Colgate V V V
Drexel V
Fairfield V V V
Penn V




No Bears Vs. Bears games this coming week!




Dickinson (Austin Dodson ’10) 7

McDaniel 8


Dickinson (Austin Dodson ’10) 3

Ursinus 8

Austin had 2 shots, 1 ground ball and 1 caused turnover in both of Dickinson’s games this week.

Hamilton (Sellers Garrett ’12) 8

Bates 7

Sellers had one ground ball for Hamilton which won the game with a mere 20 seconds left in the game.


Ohio Wesleyan (Tommy Minkler ’11) 23

Roanoke 6

Tommy scored 2 goals and contributed 2 assists as the high scoring Battlin’ Bishops continued their winning ways.


Ohio Wesleyan (Tommy Minkler ’11) 30

Hiram 1

Tommy played, but his teammates did the scoring as OWU posted a huge rout of Hiram. OWU is averaging 16 goals a game this year, scoring in double digits in every game except the Salisbury contest.

Updated D-III Rankings:

LaxPower Forum USLIA Coaches IL Media Poll
Ohio Wesleyan 4 4 4


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