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By From Staff Reports | March 20, 1994
NORFOLK, Va. -- Attackman Scott Conklin scored five goals and goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) made 16 saves as No. 3 Princeton beat No. 2 North Carolina, 16-9, yesterday at Foreman Field.The Tigers (3-0) scored the first four goals and took a 10-2 advantage with three seconds left in the third quarter. The Tar Heels (1-3) held Princeton scoreless in the final 7:26.
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By Doug Brown | May 29, 1992
Syracuse attackman Tom Marechek and Johns Hopkins midfielder Adam Wright were the only players named for the second consecutive year to the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's All-America first team.Three teams and honorable mentions were selected by a committee of 26 coaches chaired by Ted Bauer.Marechek is joined on the first team by Syracuse teammates Charlie Lockwood and Dom Fin, both midfielders. NCAA champion Princeton has goalie Scott Bacigalupo of St. Paul's and defenseman David Morrow and North Carolina has midfielder Jim Buczek of Loyola and defenseman Alex Martin of Gilman.
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June 5, 1993
Princeton junior goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) and North Carolina senior defenseman Alex Martin (Gilman) were selected to the NCAA Division I All-America first team yesterday for the second straight year.Bacigalupo and Martin were joined by Mark Millon (Massachusetts), Dom Fin (Syracuse) and David Morrow (Princeton) as repeaters from last year's first team.NCAA finalists Syracuse and North Carolina lead this year's list of All-Americans with eight each. Johns Hopkins placed six players, and Loyola and Navy placed four each.
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April 7, 2011
MEN John Galloway, Syracuse Senior, West Genesee, N.Y., goalkeeper Galloway recorded his best performance of the season when he made a season-best 16 saves in the top-ranked Orange's 13-11 decision against then-No. 4 Duke at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic at The New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday. With that outcome, Galloway earned his 52nd career victory, surpassing Princeton's Scott Bacigalupo for the most wins by a goalie in Division I. With 529 career saves, Galloway is just 9 saves from overtaking Matt Palumb for seventh on the school's all-time saves list.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | June 19, 1993
When David Morrow arrived at Princeton four years ago, his goal was to become a starter on the Tigers' defense by the time he was a senior.So much for setting goals.Yesterday at the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's All-American Banquet at the Holiday Inn in Timonium, Morrow was presented the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as Division I's 1993 Player of the Year."I never would have imagined in a million years that this would happen," said Morrow, a native of Troy, Mich., who also was given his second straight William C. Schmeisser Award as the nation's top defenseman.
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By From Staff Reports | April 28, 1994
Junior attackman Scott Conklin scored a game-high five goals and added an assist as No. 2 Princeton defeated 12th-ranked Delaware, 17-5, in a men's lacrosse game yesterday in Princeton, N.J.RTC The Tigers (9-1) outshot the Blue Hens 53-29 and won 20 of 26 faceoffs.Princeton scored the first six goals and held Delaware (7-5) scoreless for the first 18 minutes, 22 seconds. Tigers goalkeeper Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) needed to make only 10 saves and gave up three goals in 55 minutes.* Massachusetts 20, Boston College 7: Mike Valente recorded a career-high eight assists, including four in the final quarter, to lead No. 14 Massachusetts (8-3)
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By James H. Jackson | April 9, 1991
This is a big week for the Brown lacrosse team, ranked No. 4 in The Sun's poll, and coach Dom Starsia says his team is raring to go.The Bruins (6-0), who were off last week, play at home against Yale tomorrow and at No. 2 Princeton on Saturday in a pair of key Ivy League games. Brown and No. 1 North Carolina (7-0) are the only remaining unbeaten Division I teams."We were on the road for a pair of tough, physical games with Loyola and Massachusetts, and we needed the week off to get healthy again," Starsia said.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- In the end, Princeton lacrosse players were publicly gracious. They didn't talk much about revenge for the Ivy League championship. Hardly any backhanded remarks about which team really had the best goalie. No real snide remarks. Nothing.But privately . . ."Oh, we don't have time to really celebrate now because the championship game is Monday," said one Princeton player. "But we're all relieved inside. Believe me, if we had lost this game, there would have been some serious consequences to pay for losing to Brown twice."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
PRINCETON, N.J. -- One of the first signs of disrespect was the preseason United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll. Syracuse was No. 1. Princeton, the defending national champion, was No. 2.It hurt."
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 5, 2008
Maryland's Dave Cottle and Towson's Tony Seaman have each been coaching college lacrosse for 26 years, and they've started freshman goalies regularly only twice in their careers. But Saturday in the Face-Off Classic, two of the sport's most dominant teams, No. 3 Virginia and No. 10 Syracuse, started freshman goalies. No. 13 Loyola also starts a freshman in Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin). It's such an oddity. Most coaches prefer not having to start freshmen at all, especially in goal. It certainly won't be a sweeping trend in the sport; it's unique, especially when a team keeps winning.
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