Tompkins Cortland Community College will offer a lacrosse clinic April 8 in the comforts of the BorgWarner Morse TEC Field House inside the College's athletics facility. Read more at www.tompkinscortland.edu/panthers/info_camps.asp#lacrosse
May 25, 2016
Tompkins Cortland Community College sophomore lacrosse player Brooks Reed (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) has been named to the NJCAA Region III all-region team. The defender was selected to the first team, and was the only member of the first team not from Onondaga Community College or Genesee Community College, the two teams that played in the NJCAA national championship game. A total of 12 players were selected for first-team honors. Voting was done by the coaches from the 10 Region III teams.
Reed, who was also a two-time Mid-State Athletic Conference all-conference selection, started all 11 games as a defender. He was key contributor to a defense that posted the third-best goals against average in the region (10.4). The Panthers held opponents under 10 goals six times, and under five goals four times, the most in a season in program history. Reed also scored two goals this season, giving him three for his career.
Reed is the second repeat all-region selection in the history of Tompkins Cortland lacrosse. Brett Gifford was the first two-time selection, being honored in 2011 and 2012.
May 3, 2016
Three members of the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team have been named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference men’s lacrosse all-conference team. Sophomores Brooks Reed (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) and Matt Geisler (Pine Bush H.S./Pine Bush) and freshman Bailey Wood (Homer H.S./Cortland) were among the twenty players chosen to the team, with voting done by the coaches in the conference.
Reed is a repeat selection, having been named all-MSAC as a freshman in 2015. During his sophomore season he started all 11 games as a defender, helping anchor the strength of the team. He also scored two goals for the Panthers.
Geisler also started all 11 games and was a key part of the defense that ranked among the best in the conference. He scored two goals and had one assist.
Wood was a versatile member of the team, spending time at midfielder and long-stick midfielder. He led the team in scoring despite missing a game, finishing the year with 21 points on 17 goals and four assists. He scored multiple goals in half his 10 games, with a season high of five goals in the game against SUNY Broome.
Three all-MSAC selections matches the most in Panthers lacrosse history. This year marks the fifth straight that Tompkins Cortland has been represented on the all-conference team. It’s also the fourth time in that span the Panthers have had multiple honorees.
|12 *Captain||Stephen Park||So.||5-10||205||Homer/Cortland|
|16 *Captain||Anthony Yovino||So.||5-7||190||Minisink Valley/Slate Hill|
|21 *Captain||Colin Beale||So.||5-9||130||Holy Trinity/Hicksville|
|5||Anthony Gallegro||So.||5-9||155||East Rockaway/East Rockaway|
|14||Carter Mardiney||Fr.||5-8||200||Rondout Valley/Rosendale|
|19||Shane McCart||Fr.||5-11||160||Croatan/Swansboro, N.C.|
|47||Zach Brown||Fr.||5-8||205||Corning East/Corning|
MSAC (0-0), Region III (0-0)
28 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 4/2/14)
23 (vs. Dean College, 4/5/08)
21 (vs. Northampton CC, 3/22/14)
17 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 4/2/14)
13 (vs. Mercyhurst North East, 4/20/08)
12 (vs. Alfred State College, 3/24/12)
12 (vs. Cayuga CC, 3/31/14)
12 (at Herkimer College, 4/19/14)
3 (at Cayuga CC, 3/13/13)
5 (vs. Herkimer County CC, 3/21/12)
5 (at Niagara County CC, 3/14/12)
5 (at Mohawk Valley CC, 4/7/11)
5 (at Herkimer College, 4/19/14)
10 Orazio Ciaschi (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 4/2/14)
10 Ryan Watson (vs. Mercyhurst North East, 4/20/08)
10 Nick Velazquez (vs. Northampton CC, 3/22/14)
10 Max Bosworth (vs. Northampton CC, 3/22/14)
10 Max Bosworth (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 4/2/14)
10 Max Bosworth (at Jefferson CC, 4/12/14)
70 Max Bosworth (2014)
64 Orazio Ciaschi (2014)
51 Mike Hartnett (2013)
51 Brandon Macera (2009)
99 Brandon Macera (2008-09)
70 Max Bosworth (2014)
66 Robert Earnshaw (2011-12)
10 Nick Velazquez (vs. Northampton CC, 3/223/14)
8 Max Bosworth (vs. Northampton CC, 3/22/14)
8 Orazio Ciaschi (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 4/2/14)
51 Max Bosworth (2014)
45 Brandon Macera (2008)
44 Orazio Ciaschi (2008)
73 Brandon Macera (2008-09)
51 Max Bosworth (2014)
44 Orazio Ciaschi (2014)
6 Ryan Watson (vs. Mercyhurst North East, 4/20/08)
5 Larry Siany (vs. Syracuse JV, 4/15/77)
5 Max Bosworth (vs. Cayuga CC, 3/31/14)
24 Michael Manuel (2012)
24 Larry Siany (1977)
22 Ryan Watson (2008)
30 Larry Siany (1977-78)
10.8 Cory Spisak (2012)
11.2 A.J. Rich (1978)
13.8 Cory Spisak (2011)
9 Cory Spisak (2012)
6 Beau Saul (1977)
5 Eh Tha Dah (2014)
12 Cory Spisak (2011-12)
6 Beau Saul (1977)
5 Eh Tha Dah (2014)
Coach McMullin has finished five seasons with the Panthers, including three as head coach. He has been involved in all aspects of the program and has been largely responsible for the growth of the program, which has included playoff appearances three of the last four seasons.
Coach McMullin brings valuable experience as both a player and coach, having been a standout player both in high school and at Tompkins Cortland. During his time in a Panthers uniform he showed a tremendous ability to put the ball in the net, scoring 21 goals in just seven games. As a coach, he exudes the same energy he brought to the field as a player, helping the team and each player reach their potential on and off the field.
Contact: email@example.com, 607-844-8222, Ext.4492
Saturday, April 20, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team picked the last day of the season to have its most exciting game. Playing at home against Herkimer County Community College, the Panthers led most of the way before Herkimer rallied to tie the score late, setting the stage for a dramatic 12-10 win for Tompkins Cortland. The victory ends Tompkins Cortland’s season with a record of 2-10 overall and 1-5 in the East Division and keeps Herkimer from reaching .500 in the East Division, ending their year with an East Division record of 2-4 and an overall mark of 5-8.
Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) opened the scoring, giving Tompkins Cortland the lead a minute into the game. Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) made it 2-0 before Herkimer got on the board. Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) put one in to make it 3-1 and Hartnett found the net again with 0.5 seconds on the clock to make it 4-1 after the first quarter. Hartnett made it 5-1 midway through the second quarter, but Herkimer used a 3-0 run over the closing minutes of the half to make it 5-4 at the intermission.
The Generals continued the run with a game-tying goal in the first minute of third, but Tompkins Cortland answered by scoring four of the next five goals, including three by Park, to make it 9-6 heading into the final quarter. Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland) found the net five minutes into the fourth to make the score 10-6, but Herkimer again rallied, scoring four straight to tie the game at 10-10 with 3:40 left on the clock.
Ninety seconds later, Hartnett put the Panthers back on top with his fifth goal of the game. Looking for a chance to tie, the Generals managed several shots in the closing minutes, but Tompkins Cortland goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) came up big, including stopping two point-blank shots with just over a minute left. The Panthers regained control in the final seconds, and Park put the icing on the game with a goal in the closing moments, making the final 12-10.
Park had a career-high five goals and Hartnett finished with five goals and two assists. Brown had a huge game with 16 saves.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team had a surprise home game Wednesday, hosting the #5-ranked SUNY Delhi Broncos when Delhi’s field was deemed unplayable Wednesday morning. The Panthers played well but couldn’t make up for a slow start, falling by a final of 12-6. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-10 overall and 0-5 in the East Division. Delhi is 9-2 overall and 4-1 in the East Division.
The game opened with Delhi controlling play early, jumping to a 4-0 lead. Tompkins Cortland finally broke through seconds into the second quarter, with Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) scoring to make it 4-1. After a Delhi goal, Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) found the net to make it 5-2. The Broncos answered a minute later, making the score 6-2 at the half.
The second half started much like the first, with Delhi going on a run. The Broncos scored the first three goals of the quarter to lead 9-2. Tompkins Cortland responded by scoring three of the next four, including three more from Park, to make it 10-5 in the first minute of the fourth quarter. The rally ended there as the Panthers couldn’t get any closer the rest of the way.
Park finished with four goals. Hartnett had two goals and an assist and Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) had one assist. Goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had a strong game with 14 saves.
Tompkins Cortland hosts the season finale Saturday against Herkimer County Community College. Game time is 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
The visiting Dean College (Mass.) Bulldogs used a big fourth quarter to blow open Sunday’s game against Tompkins Cortland Community College, beating the Panthers by a final of 19-5. Tompkins Cortland trailed 8-3 after three quarters but gave up 11 goals in the final quarter of the non-region loss. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-9 this year while Dean improves to 5-3.
Dean scored the game’s first three goals before Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) put Tompkins Cortland on the board with 2:15 left in the first quarter. Hartnett found the net again a minute into the second quarter, making the score to 3-2 before Dean scored three more times to make it 6-2 at the half. Another Dean goal made it 7-2 before Hartnett finished his hat-trick with 4:09 left in the third, making the score 7-3. Dean made it 8-3 after three quarters, before pulling away with a big fourth. Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) and Anthony Gallegro (East Rockaway H.S./East Rockaway) each scored in the fourth for the Panthers, while goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) registered 14 saves on the day.
Tompkins Cortland plays at SUNY Delhi Wednesday.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Playing on the road for just the third time this season and on natural grass for the first time, the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team continued to struggle, losing to Mohawk Valley Community College 12-5 Wednesday. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-8 overall and 0-4 in East Division. It was the first win in eight games this year for Mohawk Valley.
The Panthers never led, with Mohawk Valley ahead 2-1 after the first quarter and 7-4 at the half. Tompkins Cortland tried to rally, but any momentum they hoped to gain was halted by a 30-minute lightning delay early in the third quarter.
Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) led Tompkins Cortland with three goals and two assists. Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) had two goals and Lon Palmer (Oneida H.S./Oneida) picked up an assist. Tompkins Cortland goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had 12 saves.
Tompkins Cortland is home Sunday to take on Dean College (Mass.) at noon.
Saturday, April 06, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team played host to the top team in the nation Saturday, and the result was a lopsided loss for the Panthers. Four-time defending national champion Onondaga Community College overwhelmed Tompkins Cortland by a final score of 23-1. Tompkins Cortland drops to 1-7 overall and 0-3 in East Division play while Onondaga improves to 9-0 overall and 3-0 in the East Division.
The game started well for the Panthers, keeping Onondaga off the board for the first seven minutes. The visitors ripped off five quick goals in a four minute span before Tompkins Cortland’s Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) found the net for the home team. Tompkins Cortland goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had a strong game in goal, recording 14 saves.
Tompkins Cortland plays at Mohawk Valley Community College Wednesday.
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
The struggles continued for the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team Wednesday as another slow start snowballed into a 14-6 home loss to Hudson Valley Community College. Tompkins Cortland drops to 1-6 overall and 0-2 in East Division play. Hudson Valley evens its record at 2-2 overall while moving to 2-0 in the East Division.
The game followed a familiar pattern for the Panthers – fall behind big early, fight to get back into the game, and then fall victim to another opposition rally. Wednesday Hudson Valley scored five goals in the first ten minutes before Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) got the Panthers on the board with 3:05 left in the quarter. A Hudson Valley goal in the closing seconds made it 6-1 after the first quarter.
In the second, Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) and Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland) netted back-to-back scores to make it 6-3, but just when it looked liked the Panthers would make a game of it, Hudson Valley ripped off three scores to close the half with a 9-3 lead. The Vikings continued the rally in the third, scoring the first four goals to take a commanding 13-3 lead. Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) scored twice and West added another goal before the quarter ended with the score 14-6. The score held to the final horn as neither team found the net in the fourth quarter.
Things don’t get any easier for the Panthers Saturday as Tompkins Cortland plays host to top-ranked Onondaga Community College at 1 p.m.
Monday, April 01, 2013
A slow start and a cold finish spelled defeat for the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team Monday as the Panthers fell to visiting Finger Lakes Community College 19-5. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-5 on the year while Finger Lakes improves to 5-6.
The home team fell into a big hole early, with Finger Lakes jumping ahead 8-1 after the first quarter. The Panthers seemed to right things in the second, scoring four of the first seven goals to narrow the lead to 11-5, but Finger Lakes put two more away to end the half with a 13-5 lead.
Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had a busy day in goal, registering twenty-five saves. Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland), Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland), Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland), Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland), and Lon Palmer (Oneida H.S./Oneida) each scored for the Panthers.
Tompkins Cortland hosts Hudson Valley Community College Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse suffered a disappointing loss at home Wednesday, giving up the final four goals of the game to fall to Jefferson Community College 17-16. The loss drops Tompkins Cortland to 1-4 overall and 0-1 in East Division play. Jefferson is now 1-4 overall and 1-0 in the East Division.
The visiting Cannoneers jumped out early, scoring the first four goals before Tompkins Cortland’s Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) found the net to put the home team on the board with 3:40 left in the quarter. After a Jefferson score, Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) put one in just before the horn sounded, making it 5-2 after the first.
The Panthers continued to rally in the second, netting three straight to tie it at 5-5 on Chad Timmons’ (Cortland H.S./Cortland) second goal of the game. The teams traded a pair of goals before Jefferson scored with 6.4 second left to take an 8-7 lead into the half.
The third quarter saw Tompkins Cortland come out on fire, scoring six times in the first ten minutes to take a 13-8 lead. Jefferson used three straight to pull within two, but Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland) found the net with 32.4 seconds left in the quarter to make it 14-11 heading into the final quarter.
A score by Lon Palmer (Oneida H.S./Oneida) ten seconds into the fourth made it 15-11, but Jefferson answered with two scores to pull within two at 15-13. The lead grew to 16-13 with 4:20 left on a score by Hartnett, but the visitors ended the game the way they started – scoring four straight goals, with the final score giving Jefferson a 17-16 lead with 1:32 left. Tompkins Cortland won the ensuing faceoff, and after a timeout, a Hartnett shot went off the post and another shot sailed wide before Jefferson took over. The Panthers forced a turnover, but was unable to get another shot at tying the game.
Hartnett again led Tompkins Cortland with six points on four goals and two assists. Park and Timmons each had five points, with Park netting four goals and an assists and Timmons tallying two goals and three assists. West finished with three goals and an assist and Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) had a goal and two helpers. Palmer ended the game with two goals.
Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had eight saves in goal.
Tompkins Cortland hosts Finger Lakes Community College Monday at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team ran up against one of the nation’s top teams in Monroe Community College Wednesday, and the result was a 21-10 loss. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-3 while Monroe, ranked eighth in the latest NJCAA poll, improves to 2-2.
Playing in Monroe, Tompkins Cortland was outscored 6-2 in each of the first two quarters. The second half saw the Panthers put three goals in the net in each quarter, but the visitors couldn’t close the gap.
Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) led Tompkins Cortland with five goals, followed by Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) and Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) with two goals each. Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland) had a goal and an assist and Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) added an assist. Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had 14 saves in goal.
Tompkins Cortland returns home on Wednesday, March 27 to take on Jefferson Community College.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
A strong start wasn’t enough for the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team as the Panthers lost at home 10-3 to Broome Community College Saturday. The Panthers are now 1-2 while Broome improves to 2-2.
Things looked good early for the home team as Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) put the Panthers up 1-0 two minutes into the game. After Broome tied the score, the Panthers scored four straight, including three by Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland), to lead 5-1 early in the second quarter. Broome broke the run with a score with 11:39 left in the half, but Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) made it 6-2 with his second goal of the game. Broome responded to make it 6-3 before Hartnett found the net gain to give Tompkins Cortland a 7-3 lead with 5:00 left in the half. The visitors began to chip away at the lead with two scores in the closing minutes of the half to make the score 7-5 at the break.
A scoreless third quarter left Tompkins Cortland 15 minutes away from a win, but used a spurt of four goals over a span of 2:20 to move in front 9-7 with 10:20 left in the game. While Tompkins Cortland continued to struggle to mount an attack, the Hornets added an insurance goal with 1:18 left to make the final 10-7.
Hartnett finished with four goals, his third straight game with at least four points. Park had two goals and Timmons finished with a goal and an assist. Goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had 11 saves.
Tompkins Cortland travels to Rochester Wednesday for a 4 p.m. game with Monroe Community College.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
A huge night from Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) and the entire defense helped lead the Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse team to a 10-3 win over Cayuga Community College Wednesday. The first win of the season evens the Panthers’ record at 1-1 on the year. Cayuga is also 1-1.
Hartnett was a one-man wrecking crew early on, scoring the game’s first four goals, all in the first quarter. Lon Palmer (Oneida H.S./Oneida) made it 5-0 in the second quarter, followed by another score by Hartnett and a goal by Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) to make it 7-0 at the half.
Tompkins Cortland kept the roll going on both ends of the field after the half. Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) and Recor each scored in the third, while the defense anchored by goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) continued to shut out the Spartans, making it 9-0 after three quarters. Cayuga finally got on the board in the fourth before Hartnett netted his sixth goal. The end result was never in question the rest of the way, with the home team scoring a pair of goals in the final minute to make the final 10-3.
Brown finished with nine saves and his first collegiate win. Hartnett finished with six points for the second straight game.
Tompkins Cortland returns home Saturday to host Broome Community College at noon.
Saturday, March 09, 2013
The Tompkins Cortland Community College lacrosse season got off to a rocky start Saturday, with the Panthers dropping a home game to County College of Morris (N.J.), 14-12. It was the third game of the year for Morris, and their first win.
The game was back-and-forth most of the way, with the teams trading goals before Tompkins Cortland put together a string of four straight in the second quarter to lead 6-3, the last score coming from Mike Hartnett (Cortland H.S./Cortland) off and assist from Tyler West (Cortland H.S./Cortland) with 6:45 left before half. Morris scored seconds later to snap the streak, but Stephen Park (Homer H.S./Homer) made it 7-4 off an assist from Chad Timmons (Cortland H.S./Cortland) with 4:36 left in the half. Morris managed two more scores, including one with 5.8 seconds left in the half, to cut the Panthers lead to 7-6 at the break.
Morris made it three scores in a row early in the third, tying the game at 7-7. Tompkins Cortland responded with goals by Austin Recor (Homer H.S./Homer) and Park to make it 9-7, but Morris again netted a late score to make it 9-8 after three quarters. The visitors continued their rally in the fourth, tying the game 1:20 into the period, and pushing ahead with four more unanswered. With eight minute left on the clock, the Panthers trailed 13-8. The home team made a final push, with Recor scoring with 6:16 left, Timmons at 3:21 and Lon Palmer (Oneida H.S./Oneida) made it 13-12 with 3:03 left in the game. The momentum ended over the next 90 seconds, as Morris scored an insurance goal with 1:34 left, securing the 14-12 win.
Hartnett led the team with six points on two goals and four assists. Both Park and Recor had hat-tricks with three goals, and Timmons had four points with two goals and two assists. Palmer finished with two goals and West had one assist. Freshman goalie Zach Brown (Corning East H.S./Corning) had a strong debut, recording 18 saves.
Tompkins Cortland takes on Cayuga Community College Wednesday night at 6 p.m. The game will be played at Corcoran High School in Syracuse.