Playing in its second NCAA opening round game in as many years, Delaware men’s lacrosse romped, blasting Marist with 25 goals. The onslaught set the Blue Hens’ program record for most goals in an NCAA tournament game and secured a trip to No. 1 Duke in the first round. The date with the Blue Devils is a major test for the Hens and a reunion for their head coach, Ben DeLuca.
In ideal spring conditions on its home field, Delaware men’s lacrosse got its ideal result, defeating Stony Brook 13-10 to clinch the Colonial Athletic Association’s automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs.
Delaware men's lacrosse improved to 8-3 (4-0 CAA) Saturday afternoon with a home blowout of Fairfield by a score of 17-7. Attacker Tye Kurtz was the star of the day, breaking both the school points and goals records. Photographer Eva Pumo documented the record-breaking day for Kurtz and the Blue Hens.
Photographer Hannah Paliath documented Delaware men's lacrosse seizing a 17-11 victory on Tuesday night at Delaware Stadium. Under the lights, the Blue Hens scorched the Retrievers defense, and moved to 4-2 on the season.
Feb. 11 marks the start of the 2023 season for Delaware men’s lacrosse, when they travel to Lafayette with hopes of embarking on another strong season. Featuring a proficient group of veterans and promising newcomers, this talented Hens squad intends on capitalizing off of their first NCAA quarterfinal appearance since 2007.