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Lacrosse round-up: Season ends on a good note for Navy men; Others roll into conference tourneys

The women’s teams at Army and Navy will meet with high stakes later this week in the Patriot League tournament.



The Black Knights capped off their regular season with a 13-4 overall record, and then began play in the Patriot League tournament on Sunday by topping Lehigh at home, 12-9. Jackie Brattan led the charge for Army, tallying four goals. Next up for the Black Knights is a game on the road against the Navy Midshipmen on May 2. The winner will move on to the Patriot League Championship.


The Mids capped their regular season with a five-game winning streak, topped off with a 13-12 win over Boston University on Thursday. Navy received a first round bye in the Patriot League tournament and will host Army on May 2.



The Black Knights capped their regular season off with a dominant performance on the road against NJIT, a game that saw Army win 19-6. Nate Jones paved the way for Army’s path to victory, scoring five goals. The Black Knights will begin play in the Patriot League tournament on April 30, hosting Holy Cross.


The season is over for the Midshipmen with a 6-7 record and a 4-4 mark in conference play. However, they were able to send out their seniors on a high note, as the Mids won their finale, a 13-12 victory over Boston University. Christian Daniel had five goals and three assists, and Ryan Wade had two goals and two assists.

Air Force

The Falcons capped off their regular season with a 13-6 home win over Bellarmine on Saturday, giving them the regular season SoCon title. Gianni Orlando and Trey Lervick each scored three goals in the victory. With a 10-4 record and a 6-1 mark in SoCon play, the Falcons roll into the conference tournament semifinals on May 2, facing off against Richmond in High Point, North Carolina. The winner advances to the championship match on Saturday.