it's a major award
Michigan's annual game against Detroit which was supossed to have been the first night game in lacrosse at Michigan Stadium yesterday was on weather delay twice.
UDM led 4-3 early in the second period before the game was ultimately suspended and the fate of it was supossed to be announced today.
Well earlier in the day, Michigan & UDM decided not to continue the game and just cancel it. Michigan now only has one realistic chance at winning a game this season and it's Saturday against St. Joe's. Then they will go on the road to Denver for the season finale. (Will be final game since only top-4 make it to ECAC Tourney)
Another tough loss today for Michigan. They were just flat out beat today by a hungrier team. And it hurts to say that.
Delaware lead 6-1 at halftime and at one point was up 11-2.
Next up for the Laxers is the biggest game of the season. Battle at The Big House II which will take place at 3:30pm following the football spring game. Last year Michigan came close, losing 12-9 to ohio.
ohio is ranked #15 and beat hobart 10-6 today.
|1.||#5 Loyola||4-0||8-2||4/6 vs Fairfield|
|2.||#3 Denver||3-0||8-2||4/7 vs Bellarmine|
|3.||Fairfield||2-1||6-4||4/6 at #5 Loyola|
|4.||Bellarmine||3-2||7-2||4/7 at #3 Denver|
|5.||#15 Ohio||2-2||7-3||4/6 W 10-6 vs Hobart|
|6.||Air Force||1-3||5-5||4/6 vs Mercer|
|Hobart||1-3||4-6||4/6 L 6-10 at #15 Ohio|
|8.||Michigan||0-5||0-11||4/6 L 5-12 at Delaware|
Today at Michigan Stadium, Michigan dropped a 10-6 game to Air Force (5-5, 1-3 ECAC).
The game was not as close as the score and stats show. Michigan was down 9-1 in the 3rd before they went on a run. Kyle Jackson, Mike Hernandez and Will Meter all had 2 goals.
Next up for Michigan is at delaware next Saturday at noon in the road trip of the home and home scheduled. And then the next week on 4/13, Michigan will take on ohio at Battle at The Big House II which takes place at 3:30pm following the football spring game.
|1.||#5 Loyola||4-0||8-2||W 9-4 at #13 Ohio|
|2.||#4 Denver||3-0||7-2||W 14-5 at Hobart|
|3.||Fairfield||2-1||6-4||L 7-8 vs Bellarmine|
|4.||Bellarmine||3-2||7-2||W 8-7 at Fairfield|
|5.||#13 Ohio||1-2||6-3||L 4-9 vs #5 Loyola|
|Hobart||1-2||4-5||L 5-14 vs #4 Denver|
|7.||Air Force||1-3||5-5||W 10-6 at MICHIGAN|
|8.||Michigan||0-5||0-10||L 6-10 vs Air Force|
Another close one for Michigan today at the Metropolitan Lacrosse Classic at Citi Field, home of the Mets. Thanks to Mets owner and Michigan alum Fred Wilpon, Michigan was the home team.
Without a couple sloppy plays on defense by Michigan and the fatal colgate mistake of nearly scoring on themselves coming to fruition, Michigan could have very well won this game.
Saturday, 3/23, Michigan will get the defending national champion #10 Loyola (MD) at Michigan Stadium to open up the true home slate. Game will be on MGoBlueTV. This is Loyola's final season in the ECAC. They will be defecting to the Patriot League next season.
Stats- Michigan had a pretty good game and the stats don't lie. Shocking one was perfect on clears.
|1.||#10 Loyola||2-0||5-2||3/16 W 13-7 vs Air Force (in Denver)|
|2.||#3 Denver||1-0||5-2||3/16 L 12-13 OT vs Notre Dame|
|Hobart||1-0||4-3||3/17 L 12-16 at Robert Morris|
|Fairfield||1-0||4-3||3/14 W 10-8 vs MICHIGAN|
|5.||Bellarmine||2-1||6-1||3/16 W 12-5 vs Mercer|
|6.||#12 Ohio||0-1||5-1||3/16 W 11-10 at #11 Virginia|
|7.||Air Force||0-2||4-4||3/16 L 7-13 vs #10 Loyola (in Denver)|
|8.||Michigan||0-3||0-8||3/17 L 7-10 vs Colgate in (in Flushing)|
3:00 vs Colgate. Citi Field (home of the Wilpons, er Mets)
For all of us East Coast folks, great chance to see Team Two live today. For everyone else, the game is on ESPNu.
Colgate has the reigning Tewaarton Award winner (lacrosse version of the Heisman) in Peter Baum. They were a tournament team last year. This is not a team we should beat at this point in the program's development, but the boys are coming off a pretty good showing against Fairfield Thursday night. Great chance for Michigan fans to see some of this first recruiting class who are all playing a lot as freshmen. Gerald Logan, Kyle Jackson and Mike Hernandez especially.
Wasn't able to post a game thread last night. Michigan went on the road to Fairfield, CT to play their 3rd ECAC game of the season against the 3-3 Fairfield Stags. Fairfield was ranked last week before losing to #20 Yale. They were exchanging punches the entire game. Michigan tied it 8-8 in the 3rd before the Stags scored 2 to ice the game in the 4th.
David McCormack and freshman Peter Kraus both had 2 goals on the night. Gerald Logan once again made great saves.
Michigan's faceoff man Brad Lott returned in this game and he had a massive effect. Also senior captain Thomas Paras made his return
It really was a good step in the right direction.
Next Up: Colgate (5-2) (Metropolitan Lacrosse Classic; Citi Field; Flushing, NY)
Date/Time/TV- Sunday (Mar. 17), 3pm on ESPNU