Men's LacrosseApril 20, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #8 Amherst sophomore Cody Tranbarger made 21 saves in the Jeffs' 12-6 win over Tufts to move to the top of the standings heading into the regular season...
Men's LacrosseApril 13, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #7 Bates sophomore Charlie Fay tallied nine goals in the Bobcats' wins over Tufts and Middlebury last week to earn NESCAC Men's Lacrosse Player of the...
Men's LacrosseApril 6, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #6 Amherst junior Quinn Moroney recorded five goals and six assists in a pair of wins en route to becoming the program's career points leader in the...
Men's LacrosseMarch 30, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #5 Wesleyan senior goalie Justin Schick made a career-high 18 saves in the Cardinals' 9-8 win over Colby to receive NESCAC Men's Lacrosse Player of the...
Men's LacrosseMarch 23, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #4 Amherst junior Quinn Moroney compiled four goals and nine assists during a 2-0 week for the Jeffs to be selected as the NESCAC Men's Lacrosse Player...
Men's LacrosseMarch 16, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #3 Bates junior Jack Allard scored a career-high six goals in Saturday's 11-9 win to finish the week with 12 points en route to be chosen as the NESCAC...
Men's LacrosseMarch 9, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #2 Tufts junior John Uppgren averaged 10 points per game in two Jumbo wins last week, tallying 12 goals and eight assists to be named NESCAC Men's...
Men's LacrosseMarch 2, 2015 Men's Lacrosse Weekly Release #1 Colby senior Derek Youngman scored four of his game-high five goals in the second half to help the Mules post a come-from-behind win over Trinity to...
Men's LacrosseDecember 16, 2014 Tufts Men's Lacrosse Coaches Receive National Awards Head coach Mike Daly and assistant coach Scott Rynne of the Tufts men's lacrosse program were recognized nationally for their excellence at the United...
Men's LacrosseJune 4, 2014 Spring All-Academic Selections Announced A total of 1,003 student-athletes have been named to the 2014 NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team by the conference office today.
April 20, 2015
Cody Tranbarger

Cody Tranbarger
Amherst College
Sophomore • Goalie • Louisville, Ky.

In one of the program’s biggest wins in recent history, Tranbarger was superb between the posts, holding Tufts to six goals in Amherst’s 12-6 triumph Saturday. Tranbarger made 21 saves, including seven in the fourth quarter, en route to a .778 save percentage to improve to 13-1 overall. He kept the Jumbos off balance throughout the entire contest as Tufts entered the tilt averaging more than 16 goals per game. Tranbarger’s stellar effort helped the Jeffs take over the top spot in the NESCAC standings entering the final contest of the regular season and earn the program’s first win over the Jumbos since 2003.

  

April 13, 2015
Charlie Fay

Charlie Fay
Bates College
Sophomore • Midfielder • Falmouth, Maine

Fay scored nine goals with three ground balls as the Bobcats enjoyed the best week in program history, winning 12-8 at Tufts on Tuesday night and defeating Middlebury 14-9 at home on Saturday. With Fay supplying a career-high five goals, Bates ended Tufts’ 24-game winning streak and 28-game home win streak. Four of his five goals came in the first half as the Bobcats built a 5-3 lead at halftime. Bates’ win over Middlebury was the first in program history, over 28 meetings, and Fay staked Bates to a 6-3 halftime lead with all four of his scores in the opening half.

April 6, 2015
Quinn Moroney

Quinn Moroney
Amherst College
Junior • Attack • Ridgewood, N.J.

Moroney recorded five goals and six assists in a pair of wins over Wesleyan and Williams to secure the Jeffs’ second straight Little Three crown. He dished out three of his five assists in the fourth quarter of a 14-13 comeback win over the Cardinals. Against the Ephs, Moroney broke the program’s career record for points in the modern era with five goals and an assist in a 12-8 triumph over Williams. All five goals came in the first half as Amherst established an 8-3 halftime lead. Moroney also added nine ground balls and caused two turnovers. He has now amassed 228 points during his collegiate career.

Player of the Week Archive 

School Conf Overall
Amherst 9-1 15-1
Tufts 8-2 14-2
Middlebury 7-3 12-4
Wesleyan 6-4 9-7
Bates 6-4 10-4
Williams 5-5 9-6
Hamilton 4-6 8-8
Colby 4-6 8-7
Trinity 2-8 4-11
Bowdoin 2-8 3-12
Connecticut College 2-8 4-11
M Lacrosse  
Sat, Apr 25, 2015 Final
12 Hamilton
15 at Tufts
M Lacrosse  
Sat, Apr 25, 2015 Final
9 Colby
12 at Amherst
M Lacrosse  
Sat, Apr 25, 2015 Final
13 Williams
14 at Middlebury
M Lacrosse  
Sat, Apr 25, 2015 Final
14 Bates
11 at Wesleyan
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