It’s conference tournament time in college basketball, capped off by Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament this weekend.

But there will be plenty of big lacrosse games as well this weekend.

Some will be played around some huge basketball games as well.

If you’re at Yale on Saturday for the 1 p.m. lax game against Lehigh, you may want to head over to Payne Whitney Gymnasium on campus. It will serve as a neutral site host for a one-game Ivy League championship playoff game between Princeton and Harvard, necessitated by both teams finishing the regular season tied for first. Harvard is looking to make the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1946.

Back to lax.

This weekend’s slate is headlined by the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Saturday. The tripleheader starts at 11 a.m. with Syracuse facing Georgetown. At 1:30 p.m. Cornell takes on Virginia. The final game pits Johns Hopkins against UMBC at 4 p.m. The first two games will be broadcast on ESPNU.

ESPNU will also be hosting its Lacrosse Tour at the Face-Off Classic, and also at the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic games for the April 3 tripleheader at the New Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J.

Hosted by Mikey Powell, the ESPNU Lacrosse Tour features two full goals outside the stadium entrances where fans can work on their shooting with the former Syracuse star. ESPNU will also be giving away T-shirts, lanyards, eye black and Mikey Powell posters.  There will also be an ESPNU minibus featuring a body and face painting station.

Division I weekend schedule

Army 12, Bryant 7
Harvard 21, Bellarmine 10
Duke 14, Loyola 9
North Carolina 9, Princeton 5
Fairfield 6, Air Force 4

Syracuse 9, Georgetown 8,  OT
Albany 11, Ohio State 9
Navy 15, Lafayette 6
Stony Brook 14, Delaware 9
Brown 11, St. Joseph’s 4
Maryland 8, Towson 4
Binghamton 9, Marist 5
Bucknell 11, Hobart 9
Sacred Heart 11, Manhattan 6
Yale 10, Lehigh 6
Villanova 9, Penn 8, OT
VMI 15, Presbyterian 9
Virginia 11, Cornell 9
Quinnipiac 9, Providence 3
Colgate 13, Holy Cross 3
Siena 10, St. John’s 4
Penn State 11, Rutgers 6
Johns Hopkins 16, UMBC 5
Notre Dame 10, Denver 9

Robert Morris 14, Detroit 13, OT
Army 14, Wagner 1
Hofstra 11, Air Force 6
Duke 18, Mercer 5
Drexel 8, Bryant 7, 4 OT
Mt. St. Mary’s 16, Jacksonville 9
Hartford 14, Bellarmine 9

Division I scores from earlier this week

Johns Hopkins 10, Manhattan 3
Drexel 10, Saint Joseph’s 5
Cornell 14, Canisius 7
Dartmouth 16, Holy Cross 7
Hartford 8, Brown 6
Mount St. Mary’s 12, Detroit 8
Robert Morris 11, Jacksonville 7

Albany 9, UMass 8
Virginia 14, Vermont 6
North Carolina 12, Penn 6
Siena 13, Wagner 6
Binghamton 11, Hobart 5
Harvard 16, Georgetown 15
Ohio State 11, Lehigh 7
Sacred Heart 17, Mercer 7
Villanova 17, Penn State 5

Maryland 12, Bellarmine 8
Bucknell 12, Navy 11, 2 OT

Be sure to post any scores from games you attend at all levels, including divisions II and III and MCHL.


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5 Responses to “Weekend college scores”

  1. BigBadBear says:

    what an unpredictable year so far…take out UVa and ‘Cuse, everyone else looks pretty even to me..can Big Red slow down the ‘hoos this week? also, the Bear clan is saddened by Brown’s loss to Hartford

  2. slacrosse says:

    haverford beats st. Pauls. 10-9

  3. nymike says:

    Albany 11 osu 9

  4. upstate says:

    Quinnipiac 9, Providence 3
    Holy Cross 3, Colgate 13

  5. Lax Guy says:

    Siena 10, St Johns 4

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