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#9 Saint Leo Overwhelms Notre Dame De Namur 27-8

#9 Saint Leo Overwhelms Notre Dame De Namur 27-8

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  via Saint Leo's press release   SAINT LEO, Fla. – The No. 9 Saint Leo Lions registered a 27-8 win over the Notre Dame De Namur Argonauts, a new program record for goals in a game. The Green and Gold saw 21 different Lions earn a point while 18 different sticks scored at University Turf Stadium on Monday night. Saint Leo (2-0) put up 61 shots by 22 different players. Liam Mueller dished out six points scoring a goal and five assists in the Lions dominant win. Philip Buque, the Sunshine State Conference Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, scored a goal and three assists. Charlie Kurtenbachhanded in a hat-trick and an assist for a four-point performance. Mitchell Bye matched Buque and Kurtenbach's four points off a pair of goals and assists. Tyler Eames also c
Saint Leo:  #9 Men’s Lacrosse Rolls Over Alabama-Huntsville 23-12 in Season Opener

Saint Leo: #9 Men’s Lacrosse Rolls Over Alabama-Huntsville 23-12 in Season Opener

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  via Saint Leo press release   SAINT LEO – The No. 9 Saint Leo Lions rolled over the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers 23-12 on Saturday in University Turf Stadium. The Green and Gold whipped up 12 goals in the first quarter alone on their way to their season-opening victory. "You can't be disappointed with a 23-goal opener," said head coach Brad Jorgensen. The Saint Leo (1-0) offensive attack was led by junior attack man Philip Buque with five goals and one assist. Charlie Kurtenbach, Ethan Ticehurst, and Devin Sparks each tallied hat-tricks. Kurtenbach handed in seven points with four assists added to his day. As a unit, the Lions put together three three-goal runs topped by a four-goal streak in the opening quarter. In goal, Ian Areford earned 21 saves in his firs
NCAA D2 Title Game:  Saint Leo Surrenders 23-6 Decision to Merrimack in National Championship Finale

NCAA D2 Title Game: Saint Leo Surrenders 23-6 Decision to Merrimack in National Championship Finale

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  via Saint Leo press release   FOXBOROUGH , Mass. –  The historic Saint Leo men's lacrosse season ended on Sunday, May 27 in Gillette Stadium. The Saint Leo Lions captured the National Runner-Up title after Merrimack's 23-6 Championship decision. "Certainly happy and credit to Merrimack for going out and really playing a complete game," said head coach Brad Jorgensen. Jorgensen continued, "Not too many folks picked Saint Leo to be playing this weekend. The guys really rallied around each other and made the most of the opportunities that we had this year and fought and clawed and scrapped at a lot of personal sacrifice to get ourselves here." The Basics Final Score: No. 1 Merrimack 23, No. 2 Saint Leo Lions 6 Location: Foxborough, Mass. | Gillette Stadium
Saint Leo Men’s Lacrosse to Make Program’s First-Ever NCAA DII Championship Appearance

Saint Leo Men’s Lacrosse to Make Program’s First-Ever NCAA DII Championship Appearance

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  via Saint Leo press release   SAINT LEO, Fla. – Then there were two! The Saint Leo University men's lacrosse team earned the program's first-ever NCAA Division II Championship appearance against Merrimack College. The stage is set in Foxborough, Mass., at Gillette Stadium ready to name a national champion on Sunday, May 27, with the opening faceoff at 4:00 p.m. (ET). South Region No. 2 Seed Saint Leo upset No. 1 Seed Lenoir-Rhyne, 12-11, on Sunday, May 20 in Hickory, N.C. The Lions were led by goal keeper Thomas Tatarian's 16 stops combined with 10 different sticks racking up the 12 Green and Gold goals. Tournament Page Tournament Bracket The Basics May 27 at 4:00 p.m. Foxborough, Mass. | Gillette Stadium Away: No. 2 South Region Saint Leo Lions (16-2)
Saint Leo:  Men’s Lacrosse Advances to National Championship! Lions Defeat Lenoir-Rhyne 12-11 in Semifinals!

Saint Leo: Men’s Lacrosse Advances to National Championship! Lions Defeat Lenoir-Rhyne 12-11 in Semifinals!

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  via Saint Leo press release   HICKORY, N.C. –  The Saint Leo men's lacrosse team is going to Boston for the NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse Championship as the South Region representative. The No. 2 seed Saint Leo Lions upset the No. 1 seed, Lenoir-Rhyne, 12-11 in Hickory, N.C. on Sunday. Thomas Tatarian built a wall around the Saint Leo cage earning 16 saves on Bears' 59 shots. His work, supported by the Lions' defense, set up the offense to clinch the South Regional title. Kyle Pauwels and Matt Shand led the offense with three points each, both from two goals, one assist. The Green and Gold used 10 different sticks to claim the victory. The Basics Final Score: No. 2 Seed Saint Leo Lions 12, No. 1 Seed Lenoir-Rhyne Bears 11 Location: Hickory, N.C. | Helen