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.

#2 MATT KAVANAGH FOR MVP

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

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