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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Three

March 4, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Towson (4-0)
Previous Game: Defeated No. 1 Loyola, 12-10
Spotlight: Junior goalie Tyler Canto finished with 14 saves, senior Brendan Sunday had four goals and an assist and senior Alex Woodall (St. Mary's) won 20 of 26 faceoffs.
Next Up: In Charlotte, N.C., for games against Jacksonville and No. 3 Cornell March 8-10

2. Loyola (4-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Holy Cross, 19-15
Spotlight: Senior Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) had three goals and eight assists; sophomore Kevin Lindley finished with six goals and an assist. 
Next Up: At No. 6 Duke March 7 

3. Maryland (5-1)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 8 Notre Dame, 14-13, in overtime
Spotlight: Sophomore Logan Wisnauskas (Boys' Latin) scored three goals with two assists.
Next Up: At Albany March 9

4. Johns Hopkins (2-2)
Previous Game: Defeated Princeton, 14-12
Spotlight: Junior Cole Williams (Loyola Blakefield) and sophomore Brett Baskin each scored three goals. 
Next Up: At No. 12 Syracuse March 9

5. Navy (3-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Bucknell, 14-8
Spotlight: Sophomore Christian Daniel (Northern) scored four times with three assists, and senior Greyson Torain (DeMatha) finished with three goals. 
Next Up: Hosts Princeton March 5

6. UMBC (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Brown, 14-13, in overtime
Spotlight: Junior Brett McIntyre scored five goals. 
Next Up: At No. 11 High Point March 9

7. Mount St. Mary's (1-4)
Previous Game: Defeated VMI, 12-6
Spotlight: Senior Chris DiPretoro (Calverton) scored four goals.
Next Up: At No. 14 Richmond March 5 

Division III:

1. Salisbury (5-0)
Previous Game: Defeated Ohio Wesleyan, 18-9
Spotlight: Senior Corey Gwin (Stephen Decatur) had seven goals and two assists, while senior Tyler Snyder (Mount St. Joseph) finished with a hat trick.
Next Up: At Stevenson March 9

2. Washington College (2-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Frostburg, 18-9
Spotlight: Senior Casey Grieves (Sts. Peter & Paul) had six goals and an assist, while junior Cooper Sloan had two goals and five assists.
Next Up: Hosts Stockton March 9

3. Stevenson (1-2)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 7 Gettysburg, 16-9 
Spotlight: Junior Ethan Christensen had two goals and two assists, while senior Gray McKee also tallied a pair of goals.
Next Up: Hosts No. 2 Salisbury March 9

4. St. Mary's (3-2)
Previous Game: Defeated Catholic, 8-4
Spotlight: Senior Ross Snodderly (Franklin) had 12 saves. Senior Ray LaPlaca (Calverton) and junior Erich Wuesthoff had two goals apiece.
Next Up: At Randolph-Macon March 6

5. Hood (1-0)
Previous Game: Postponed against Immaculata 
Spotlight: N/A
Next Up: At Marywood March 4

6. McDaniel (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Coast Guard, 14-10
Spotlight: Freshman Pat Fegan (South River) had three goals and three assists. 
Next Up: At St. Mary's March 9

7. Goucher (1-3) 
Previous Game: Defeated Lebanon Valley, 11-10
Spotlight: Senior Grant Lasorda finished with four goals, while freshman Rashaan Evans (Parkside) scored the game-winner with 6:15 left in the fourth quarter.
Next Up: Hosts Messiah March 6

8. Frostburg (1-1)
Previous Game: Lost to Washington College, 18-9
Spotlight: Senior Jake Howarth, sophomore Jason Clinton and freshman Matthew Ward had two goals apiece. 
Next Up: Faces Eastern at Johns Hopkins March 5

Photo Credit: ENP Photography