Denison (2-0, 9-0), Ohio Wesleyan (2-0, 7-2) and Kenyon (2-0, 7-3) all remained perfect in NCAC play last weekend with wins over DePauw (1-1, 3-6), Hiram (0-2, 2-5) and Oberlin (0-2, 5-4), respectively. North Coast Men’s Lacrosse action continues this week with four conference tilts scheduled, highlighted by Ohio Wesleyan hosting Kenyon on Saturday.
North Coast men’s lacrosse squads opened up the conference portion of their schedules this past weekend, highlighted by DePauw (1-0, 3-3) picking up the programs first ever conference win with a 19-5 triumph over Hiram (0-1, 1-3). Lacrosse action continues this week with five NCAC games scheduled, including four on Saturday.
The North Coast men’s lacrosse season continued last week with all eight teams in action. Conference play is scheduled to open up Saturday with DePauw (0-0, 2-2) traveling to Hiram (0-0, 1-1), Ohio Wesleyan (0-0, 5-2) visiting Oberlin (0-0, 4-1) and Kenyon (0-0, 4-3) hosting Wittenberg (0-0, 4-1).
Denison (0-0, 4-0), Wittenberg (0-0, 4-0), Wooster (0-0, 3-0) and Hiram (0-0, 1-0) have all jumped out to perfect starts to the 2014 season early on during non-conference action. NCAC squads return to action this week with one game scheduled for Tuesday and Friday and five scheduled for both Wednesday and Saturday.
DePauw (0-0, 1-1) earned its first victory in program history last week, defeating Elmhurst, 14-6, led by Robert Lapp (Chicago, IL/Loyola Academy) and Adam Bridges (Indianapolis, IN/Cathedral) who each who registered six goals in the win. North Coast men’s lacrosse squads continue to impress early in 2014 posting an overall record versus non-conference opponents of 16-2. Conference play opens up this week as Denison (0-0, 4-0) travels to face Wooster (0-0, 2-0) on Sunday.
Two former Ohio Wesleyan University standouts highlighted the list of players selected to the North Coast Athletic Conference's 30th Anniversary All-Decade men's lacrosse team. 2005 graduate John Schlegel and 2008 graduate Chris Eccles were the only two players in the last decade to be named the NCAC Player of the Year on two separate occasions.