Hornets earn first playoff victory, down MarinersThe Lyndon State College men’s lacrosse earned their first playoff victory in program history with a 14-8 win over Maine Maritime Academy in the North Atlantic Conference quarterfinals Saturday at the Varsity Athletic Field.
Hornets Victorious on Senior DayLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – It was a successful senior day for the Lyndon State College men’s lacrosse team as they notched in a 14-4 North Atlantic Conference victory over Johnson State College.
Hornets notch second-straight, down EaglesThe Lyndon State College men’s lacrosse team captured their second-straight victory Monday afternoon with a 16-9 victory over North Atlantic Conference opponent Green Mountain College.
Hornets victorious on Senior DayLYNDON CENTER, Vt. - The Lyndon men’s lacrosse team said good bye to four seniors Sunday who played in the final last game of their respective careers. The Hornets honored to senior captain Robert Crupi, Jeff Russell, Brian Sawyer and Christopher Paine. The seniors went out in grand fashion as they defeated Wheelock College 18-11.
Falcons get the jump on HornetsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Albertus Magnus jumped out to a 1-0 lead after one quarter of play en route to a 23-9 victory over Lyndon in non-conference men’s lacrosse action Thursday at the Lyndon Athletics Field.
Pezanowski named NAC Coach of the YearLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – In his first year as head coach of the Lyndon men’s lacrosse program, Kevin Pezanowski has been named Coach of the Year in the North Atlantic Conference.
Castleton blanks Lyndon laxmenCASTLETON, Vt. – The Spartans finished North Atlantic Conference play with a perfect 8-0 mark for the third straight year as they took down Lyndon 21-0 on Sunday afternoon in Spartan Stadium.
Eagles down HornetsHENNIKER, N.H. – Anthony Cotoni scored six goals and added an assist as Daniel Webster defeated Lyndon 16-8 in a non-conference game played at Melander Field on the campus of New England College.
Lyndon earns first victoryNORTHFIELD, Vt. – Robert Crupi scored five goals, and Ricky Carroll chipped in four, to lead Lyndon to a 17-6 victory over Green Mountain College at Norwich University’s Sabine Field.
Terriers rally past HornetsWATERVILLE, Maine - The Thomas men's lacrosse team defeated Lyndon 11-9 in a North Atlantic Conference contest held on Saturday evening.
Lyndon offense comes to life in loss to HussonBANGOR, Maine – Lyndon put forth its best offensive output of the season Saturday in a 16-8 loss to Husson University in North Atlantic Conference men's lacrosse action Saturday afternoon.
Lyndon loses season openerCASTINE, Maine – Lyndon opened its 2015 season Saturday with a 24-0 loss to Maine Maritime Academy in North Atlantic Conference men's action at Ritchie Field.
Pezanowski era begins in Lyndon men’s lacrosseLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – The Lyndon men’s lacrosse team, led by first-year head coach Kevin Pezanowski, will open its 2015 season Saturday when it travels to Castine, Maine to battle Maine Maritime Academy at 3:30 p.m.
Pezanowski to lead Lyndon lacrosse programLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – The Lyndon State College Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Kevin Pezanowski to the position of Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach and Intramural Director. Pezanowski will assume his new responsibilities the week of Aug. 11 through 15.
New England blanks LyndonHENNIKER, N.H. – The New England College men’s lacrosse team would net nine first quarter goals en route to the eventual 26-0 victory over Lyndon Friday afternoon.
Hornets top rival BadgerJOHNSON, Vt. - The Lyndon men's lacrosse team earned its second victory of the season Friday with a 10-6 over North Atlantic Conference rival Johnson State College. With the win, Lyndon improves to 2-12 on the year and 2-5 NAC. The Badgers slide to 0-8 on the year and 0-5 in the NAC.
MIT pulls away to win over LyndonCAMBRIDGE, Mass. – In the first meeting between the two programs the MIT men's lacrosse team outscored Lyndon 9-2 in the first quarter en route to a 20-8 victory Saturday.
Hornets earns first victory of 2014 seasonCASTLETON, Vt. – Lyndon broke into the win column for the first time Tuesday with a hard-fought 11-8 North Atlantic Conference victory over Green Mountain. With the win, the Hornets improved to 1-11 overall and 1-5 in league play. The loss drops the Eagles to 0-9 overall and 0-5 in the NAC.