MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE
Gordon 15, Salve Regina 13: Gordon (3-5) snapped a three-game skid behind a big performance from Michael Utz who pumped in four goals and had 14 shots on goal. Jake Martin, Ryan Utz and Roger Evans all had hat tricks for the Scots while Cody Greenwald had 13 saves.
Endicott 13, Roger Williams 5: Harrison Cotter poured in four goals to lead Endicott (5-2) while Kyle Weber and Beverly native Nick Pinciaro chipped in three goals each. Cameron Bell stopped 10 shots between the pipes for the Gulls.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE
Endicott 12, Roger Williams 8: Endicott improved to 5-1 behind four goals from Callie Murphy and three goals from Ellie Clayman.
Gordon 14, Salve Regina 12: Anna Blomberg (five goals and two assists), Stephanie Fitzgerald (four goals and three assists) and Jessica Castelline (four goals and two assists) powered Gordon (4-1) to victory in what was a very back-and-forth game.
Salem state Splits: The Vikings (6-8) defeated Bates 5-3 before falling to the Bobcats 8-5 in game two of a double dip. Richard Fecteau was 2-4 with two runs scored and a RBI while Sean Buckland went the distance giving up 10 hits while striking out four to earn the win. Brett Cahill was 2 for 3 with a RBI in the loss in game two.
Endicott 11, Elmhurst 6: Leadoff hitter Cam Farnham was 3 for 6 with two runs scored and two RBI for Endicott (5-2) while Gulls two-hitter Harry Oringer was 2 for 4 with three RBI. Zac Poland got the win allowing no runs in 2 and a third innings of relief.
Gordon Swept: Roger Williams defeated Gordon 13-0 and 9-4 as the Scots fell to 5-6. Alonzo Martinez, Mark Fitzgerald and Travis Pullen had a RBI each in game two for the Scots.
Gordon Competes at Wesleyan: Junior Zak Flowers grabbed first place in both the hammer throw (46.66 meters) and the discus (37.01 meters) at the Spring Break Invitational while freshman Andrew Fiedler was third in the the discus with a throw of 35.79 meters. For the women, junior Eleanor Ragon was sixth in the hammer with a school record throw of 30.54 meters. Freshman Corrine Previte broke two records taking first place in the 400 (1:01.64) while running a leg in the second place 4X400 relay team (4:17.49) along with Leanna D’Alfonso, Sarah Warne and Leanne Beedle.