There are 14 MCLA Division I games on the schedules/scores pages for today, Friday, March 10.
It required two overtimes, but No. 8 Colorado picked up the huge ranked win it was looking for, knocking off No. 4 Cal Poly on an unassisted goal by Colin MacIlvannie.
Final score Buffs WIN
UC Colorado 5 Cal Poly 4 pic.twitter.com/AJfrfyXuyq
— CU Men's Lacrosse (@CUMensLacrosse) March 11, 2017
There was also a big game in Salt Lake City this evening, with No. 10 Arizona State cooling off No. 9 Utah's hot start with a clinical, 14-11 victory.
Utes fall to ASU, 14-11 pic.twitter.com/lgwWLuW1Mr
— UtahLacrosse (@UtahLacrosse) March 11, 2017
No. 11 Oregon fought off a late charge by Simon Fraser to pick up a huge PNCLL victory.
Georgia Tech put its No. 1 ranking on the line against No. 25 Davenport and managed to squeak out a 9-7 victory with a couple of late goals.
No. 15 UC Santa Barbara pulled off the second largest upset of the evening, downing No. 6 CSU, 6-5, thanks to a buzzer-beating shot at the end of regulation. Here's a look at the goal.GCU WINS 24-2 over Utah State with 13 DIFFERENT scorers for the Lopes. Great #team win. #inHisnameweplay pic.twitter.com/mrEgYZyyNF
— GCU lacrosse (@GCUlacrosse) March 11, 2017
On the MCLA Division II side of the ledger, there are five contests on the schedules/scores page.
The Christian Academy of Knoxville will be the site of the two marquee games today. No. 8 Dayton pulled a mini-upset against No. 7 Kennesaw State with a 10-4 victory.
No. 3 Grand Valley State went toe-to-toe with No. 19 Florida Gulf Coast in Knoxville and cruised home with a 10-5 victory to up the Lakers' record to 2-1.
GAME DAY | Tune in tonight at 5pm as we take on @fgcuLAX #AnchorUp #Lacrosse ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/XXkn8Gd5FW
— LakeShow (@GVSULAX) March 10, 2017