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Men's LacrosseMay 23, 2016Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #12Tufts advanced to its fifth NCAA Championship game on May 29 after defeating St. Lawrence, 23-12. The Jumbos will face Salisbury at 1 p.m.
March 27, 2017
Brett Kujala Bowdoin College Junior • Attack • Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Kujala was outstanding in a pair of one-goal road wins against NESCAC opponents last week, racking up 14 points (including 10 goals). At Middlebury, Kujala scored four times and assisted on three others, cashing in on a pair of man-up scores in Bowdoin’s double-overtime win. At Williams, he scored six goals on seven shots and assisted on another in a one-goal victory.
March 20, 2017
Harry Stanton Wesleyan University
Junior • Attack • New Canaan, Conn.
Stanton played an instrumental role in Wesleyan’s 2-0 week. He totaled 14 points on 11 goals and three assists, and added six ground balls. In an 11-4 win over Vassar, he scored five goals and dished out an assist. He followed that up with a six-goal performance in the road against Middlebury, and added two assists in a thrilling 17-15 win. Stanton also recorded five ground balls.
March 13, 2017
Kyle Weber Bates College
Senior • Midfield • Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Weber erupted for nine goals in Bates’ 23-17 victory over Amherst on Sunday, keeping the Bobcats (4-0) undefeated and tying the team’s 20-year-old single-game scoring record. Weber, whose previous career best was four goals, added two ground balls and a caused turnover.
PJ Kelleher Connecticut College
Sophomore • Attack • Walpole, Mass.
Kelleher set a single-game scoring record with 13 points to lead the Camels past MIT, 25-12. Kelleher tied a school record with eight goals and assisted on five others against the Engineers. He added three goals and an assist in a 12-6 win against Roger Williams. He is tied for first in the NESCAC with 20 points.
March 6, 2017
Michael Fahey Williams College Senior • Attack • Manhasset, N.Y.
Fahey registered three of his six points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning goal with 7:27 remaining, and also assisted on four goals to help the Ephs open the 2017 season with a 15-12 win over Trinity Sunday. Fahey also collected three ground balls in the victory.