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QU Set to Battle Mount St. Mary’s Saturday at 12:00 PM


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Quinnipiac (4-4, 2-2 MAAC) at Mount St. Mary’s (4-6, 3-1 MAAC)
Saturday, April 1, 2023 | 12:00 PM
Emmitsburg, MD | Waldron Family Stadium
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EMMITSBURG – Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse hits the road for the fifth MAAC game of the league schedule on Saturday, traveling to Maryland to face off with Mount St. Mary’s at 12:00 PM.

  • QU has won 57.8% of faceoff battles this year, which ranks No. 1 in the MAAC and No. 13 nationally.
  • The Bobcats have registered 11.88 goals per game so far this year, the most goals-per-game of any MAAC team.
  • Graduate Student Nick DiMuccio has 671 career saves with the Bobcats. He is the NCAA Division I active career leader in total stops, and also ranks third in saves per game (13.69).
  • Graduate Student Demitri George has won 640 career faceoff battles – which ranks No. 6 nationally among active student-athletes. George has 360 career ground balls, which sets a new Quinnipiac program record and is sixth among active D1 players.


  • QU fell to the Manhattan Jaspers by a score of 12-5 on Wednesday afternoon in Hamden.
  • John DeLucia led the way with two goals and one assist for QU. Justin RobbertEvan Perry, and Jake Tellers were the other goal scorers for the Bobcats.
  • Nick DiMuccio made 15 saves in the loss. The Bobcats were outscored 6-1 in the second half of action.


  • QU battled to its second MAAC victory of the 2023 season on Saturday, March 25, outlasting Marist to earn a 14-12 victory at the QU Lacrosse Stadium.
  • The Bobcats (4-3, 2-1 MAAC) outscored the Red Foxes 5-3 in the fourth period of action.
  • John DeLucia led the way with three goals and three helpers for QU. Dylan Donnery chipped in with three goals and one assist. Steven Germain, Trey Gehen and Trevor Douglas each scored twice in the win.
  • Nick DiMuccio made 13 saves in the win.
  • Jake Tellers scored with 5:54 remaining in regulation to give QU a 13-11 lead, and Trevor Douglas sealed the win with a strike to put the Bobcats ahead 14-12 with 1:21 left.


  • Quinnipiac battled on the road on Saturday, as the Bobcats’ effort ultimately fell just short in a triple overtime loss at Wagner (12-11).
  • Dylan Donnery tied the game 11-11 with less than three seconds left in regulation. Tommy Andruzzi cleared the ball, made a move toward the cage and found Donnery in front for the finish.
  • Wagner scored in the third overtime stanza after two scoreless extra frames to claim the MAAC win.
  • John DeLucia and Jake Tellers each scored twice for Quinnipiac. Nick DiMuccio made 16 saves in front of the cage for the Bobcats.

Tellers Scores Game-Winner, Bobcats Outlast Canisius (3/11)

  • The Bobcats won their 2023 MAAC opener on Saturday, March 11, holding on to defeat Canisius by the final score of 13-12 at the QU Lacrosse Stadium in Hamden.
  • Steven Germain led QU offensively with five points (two goals, three assists). John DeLucia chipped in with three goals and one assist for four points, and Jake Tellers and Trevor Douglas each scored three times in the victory.
  • Tellers netted the game-winning goal with 4:22 left, then the Bobcats’ defense held strong over the final four-plus minutes of regulation.


  • QU dropped a non-league matchup vs. Merrimack, 16-8, on Sunday , March 5 at the QU Lacrosse Stadium.
  • Dylan Donnery recorded four goals to lead the way for the Bobcats. John DeLucia added two goals and one assist, and Justin Robbert recorded three helpers.
  • Demitri George won 18-of-26 faceoff battles and scooped up 11 ground balls. Nick DiMuccio made 14 saves in front of the cage.

LOSS vs. BRYANT (2/25/23)

  • Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse dropped a non-conference matchup vs. Bryant, 19-12, at the snowy QU Lacrosse Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
  • Steven Germain and John DeLucia each recorded three goals and an assist to pace the Bobcats – who move to 2-1 so far this season.


  • Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse downed No. 13 Brown on Saturday afternoon, battling to a 11-10 victory on the road to improve to 2-0.
  • Nick DiMuccio made 21 saves in the victory for the Bobcats.
  • Dylan Donnery (3 goals, 1 assist) and Jake Tellers (2 goals, 2 assists) each recorded four points to pace the Bobcats’ offensive attack.
  • Donnery scored with 3:57 remaining to give QU a 10-9 advantage, then Tellers found the back of the cage with 2:55 left to extend the advantage to two goals.
  • Demitri George won 14-of-23 faceoff attempts, and scooped up nine ground balls.


  • Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse battled to a 21-12 win over UMass Lowell in the 2023 season opener on Saturday, Feb. 11 in Hamden.
  • Steven GermainTrey Gehen and Justin Robbert paced QU’s offensive attack, as each recorded four goals in the win.
  • John DeLucia added three goals and four assists for seven total points, and Dylan Donnery chipped in with two goals and two helpers.
  • Demitri George won 23-of-34 battles in the faceoff x, and Nick DiMuccio made nine saves in the Quinnipiac victory.
  • 21 goals in a game is the most QU has posted since scoring 24 times in 2002 vs. Binghamton. The Bobcats program record in a single game is 27 goals (4/1/2000 vs. Wagner). 
  • The Bobcats outscored the River Hawks 14-4 in the first half of action. QU scored nine times in the second quarter of action.
  • QU outshot UML 44-29 in total (27-13 in the first half).


  • The 2021 & 2022 MAAC Faceoff Special of the Year Demitri George returns for his graduate season with the Bobcats. George won 187-357 faceoff attempts (52.4%) in 2022, and finished 10th nationally in ground balls per game. He also won 115-of-155 faceoff attempts (74.2%) in 2022 – which ranked 2nd in the entire country.
  • Goalie Nick DiMuccio also returns for his graduate season at QU after making 13.33 saves per game (9th nationally) in 2022.
  • The Bobcats return 7 of their top 9 scorers from a season ago.
  • Ryan Donnery (31 points in 2022) and Dylan Donnery (29 points in 2022) are both back for QU to help pace the offense. John DeLucia (27 points last year), Steven Germain (26 points last year) and Jake Tellers (23 points last year) are also returning to QU’s attack unit.
  • Nick DiMuccioDemitri GeorgeZack Siegel and John DeLucia will serve as captains for QU in 2023.


  • Mason Poli, a former standout lacrosse player at Bryant University, enters his ninth season with the Quinnipiac coaching staff in 2023 – and his fifth at the helm of the program.
  • After serving as an assistant for the Bobcats’ program for four seasons (2015-18), Poli was elevated to Interim Head Coach for the 2019 season. He was then named Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach on May 10, 2019, becoming the Bobcats’ sixth head coach in program history and third at the Division I level.
  • In 2019 as Interim Head Coach, Poli led Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse to a 9-7 (5-2 MAAC) record and the program’s third-ever appearance in the MAAC Tournament championship contest. Poli led all first-year Division I head coaches in total wins (9) and winning percentage (.562) in 2019.
  • The Bobcats have won 15 games under Poli’s guidance since 2019.


  • Steven Germain (midfield) and Demitri George (FO Specialist) were both selected to the Preseason All-MAAC Team.
  • The Bobcats were tabbed sixth in the league’s Preseason Coaches’ Poll


  • QU’s 2023 slate begins on Saturday, Feb. 11, as the Bobcats play host to UMass Lowell at 12:00 PM in Hamden.
  • The Bobcats have 13 contests in total.
  • Conference play for the Bobcats on March 11 vs. Canisius at home in Hamden. LIU, Sacred Heart, Wagner, VMI and Mount St. Mary’s have all joined the MAAC ahead of the 2023 season, raising the total number of men’s lacrosse teams in the league to 10.
  • Quinnipiac will host eight home matches in total: two in February, four in March, and two in April. The Bobcats home dates are:

– Feb. 11 vs. UMass Lowell
– Feb. 25 vs. Bryant
– March 4 vs. Merrimack
– March 11 vs. Canisius
– March 25 vs. Marist
– March 29 vs. Manhattan
– April 8 vs. Siena
– April 22 vs. LIU

LAST YEAR (2022)

  • Quinnipiac went 2-11 overall (1-5 MAAC) last season. Demitri George returns for the Bobcats after being named MAAC Face-Off Specialist of the Year in each of the last two seasons.
  • The Bobcats also placed three midfielders on the All-MAAC Team in 2022. Sophomore Steven Germain earned All-MAAC First Team honors, while junior Jake Tellers and senior Will Abbott were named to the All-MAAC Second Team.

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