Categories: clam_chatter
      Date: Apr 30, 2012
     Title: Top Clam Alumni: Week of 4/23
With conference playoffs starting, the NCAA tournaments isn't far behind...

We have made it a weekly tradition to scour the college lacrosse news and game reports to see how our Clam Alumni are doing at the next level.  Check back each week here and follow these reports on facebook to see how the Clam family is faring. AND PLEASE NOTE: while we do our best at compiling this list, it is almost a certainty that we miss some strong performances, particularly from defensive players. To this end, please feel free to contact us at either or if you had a strong performance you'd like others to know about!

Week of 4/23 Overview:  Senior middie Mark Goodrich tallied two goals to help Johns Hopkins knock off the #1 Greyhounds of Loyola to further turn the college world inside-out.  Plus, multiple Clam Alumni matched up against one another in the NESCAC tournament.

1. MARK GOODRICH (Senior / The Rivers School)
Johns Hopkins
2 goals vs. Loyola - W 10-9 O.T.

2. TREVOR MORRISSETTE (Sophomore / Bedford, NH)
Eastern Connecticut
3 goals vs. Western Connecticut - W 14-5
4 goals, 1 assist vs. UMass-Boston - W 20-5

3. GUS QUINZANI (Senior / Duxbury HS)
Saint Joseph's
1 assist, 6 GB vs. Marist - W 10-9 O.T.
1 goal vs. Towson - W 6-3

4. STEVE MANNING (Junior / The Rivers School)
1 goal vs. Amherst - W 9-7
2 goals vs. Hamilton - W 14-8 (NESCAC Quarter-finals)

5. FRANKLIN REIS (Sophomore / Governor's Academy)
1 goal vs. Tufts - L 7-15
2 assists vs. Wesleyan - W 6-4 (NESCAC Quarter-finals)

6. TYLER PAGE (Sophomore / Phillips Exeter)
8 saves, 57.1% SP vs. Bowdoin - W 15-7

7. SAM GARDNER (Junior / Phillips Exeter)
3 GB, 3 CT vs. Bowdoin - W 15-7

8. JIMMY O'CONNELL (Freshman / St. John's Prep)
1 goal vs. Amherst - W 9-7
1 goal vs. Hamilton - W 14-8 (NESCAC Quarter-finals)

9. SCOTT AUSTIN (Senior / Duxbury)
2 assists vs. Princeton - L 9-14

10. WILL WALKER (Freshman / Phillips Andover)
2 goals vs. Yale - L 8-10

Honorable Mention

John Jennings: Colby (Senior / St. John's Prep)
3 goals vs. Connecticut College - L 6-11 (NESCAC Quarter-finals)