Top 5 College Lacrosse Goals of the Weekend: 4/30
By Ryan Conwell on Wednesday, April 30 2014

#5 Miles Thompson being Miles Thompson

In a battle of two undefeated teams teams, Binghamton could not withstand Albany's top-ranked offense and lost 21-7. Miles Thompson once again wowed us all with this beautiful behind-the-back shot.

#4 Notre Dame gets revenge on Maryland

Maryland easily defeated Notre Dame just a week ago, but it was a totally different story in the ACC Tournament semifinal. With the game tied at five late in regulation, the Irish scooped up a Terps turnover and raced down the field for the game-winning goal. How the mighty have fallen!

#3 Daddio's epic game-winner

Syracuse had only won 10 of 31 faceoffs on the day, but with only eight seconds left in a tie game, Chris Daddio won a big one. After some quick ball movement, Kevin Rice found a tightly covered Dylan Donahue for the catch-and-score the game-winner.  Syracuse got revenge for a 14-goal loss to the Blue Devils earlier in the year and advanced to the ACC title game.


Matt Kavanagh was named MVP as the Irish won the ACC Tournament title. Plays like this - where he blows past Syracuse's Sean Young - are just a sample of his outstanding play all weekend long.

#1 Staats' smooth behind-the-back pass

Double-teamed and down by a goal with eight seconds left, Ricky Staats passed behind-the-back to a cutting Billy Ward for the tying goal!

Sources: Syracuse Athletics, ACC, Inside Lacrosse, YouTube