It was a wild Thursday night, especially in the RMLC where the Nos. 3 and 5 teams in the country fell to conference rivals, and Friday, April 7, provided some exciting moments.
According to the Division I schedule/scores page, there were 10 games on tap for this evening.
In the last game of the day, which was scheduled to begin at 11:55 p.m. EDT, No. 21 Liberty edged Davenport in the Midnight Mayhem contest, 16-14.
Flames fend off feisty Panthers, improve to 5-0 after midnight https://t.co/ZVAxr4hdgQ @MCLA pic.twitter.com/Dv9iUVSIih
— Liberty Lacrosse (@LibertyLax) April 8, 2017
The Panthers took over the_mcla Snapchat account, so check that out. If all goes according to plan, the game will be broadcast HERE.
No. 2 Grand Canyon breezed past No. 23 Arizona, 18-7, to take control of the SLC South.
The Broncos head North this weekend in a PNCLL showdown against the Clan of Simon Fraser University. #BoiseState #Lax #BleedBlue #GetBuck pic.twitter.com/KR4TRMsz99
— Boise State Lacrosse (@BroncoSportsLAX) April 6, 2017
In one of the weirder results of the day, Simon Fraser shut out No. 17 Boise State a rainy evening in Burnaby, 11-0.
On the Division II side of the ledger, there are also 10 games on the schedule/scores page.
#JohnnieTommie Week pic.twitter.com/ltlxK9B9jY
— St. John's Lacrosse (@sjulax) April 3, 2017
The biggest game was obviously the No. 7 St. John's against archival St. Thomas, contest. The Johnnies made a run at it, but fell, 13-11, to the defending champs.
Getting the whites ready for a weekend of big games... #sofreshsoclean #SNCLacrosse #mcla17
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No. 5 Sierra Nevada won a grinder against No. 11 Montana State, 7-4. The laundry will be back in use Saturday against No. 2 Concordia..