A recap of all of Friday’s National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association national tournament games at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn:

HENRY FORD 5, ARIZONA STATE 1: Dylan Pattenaude scored two goals and assisted on another to help pace the Hawks past the Sun Devils. Giuseppe Cracchiolo, Kylie Brown and David Landstrom also scored for Henry David College. Calob Barnes assisted on three goals.

Joshua Musty scored for Arizona State.

GRAND CANYON 8, FARMINGDALE 2: The Lopes bounced back from a loss to Lindenwood earlier in the day and locked down a spot in the semifinals.

Ruben Gonzalez led the way for Grand Canyon, scoring twice and dishing out three assists. Guido Pacheco netted a game-high three goals and Nick Ettelbrick contributed two. Ian Ribarich and Luke Richardson scored the Rams’ goals.

HENRY FORD 8, ROWAN 4: Dylan Pattenaude scored four goals and Dustin Foran added three as the Hawks dispatched the Profs and earned a spot in the semifinals. Henry Ford will face undefeated Lindenwood at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.


Calob Barnes also had a goal for the Hawks, while Pattenaude and Nicholas Mangiapane each dished out two assists. Dylan Koski, Brian Cutler, Aadan Plank and Evan Knoll scored Rowan’s goals.

BETHEL 7, ARIZONA STATE 0: Ethan Chipping and Christopher Mahaffey each scored twice to help the Wildcats sink the Sun Devils and advance to the semifinals.

Jason Santoriello dished out three assists for Bethel, and Josh Little, Kawena Lee and Ryan Ro also scored.

The Wildcats face Grand Canyon on Saturday at 12:45 p.m.

NORTHEASTERN 5, BOSTON U. 3: Quinn Mulligan’s hat trick did the trick for the Huskies against the cross-city rival Terriers. Drew Skotarczak had a goal and an assist and Benjamin Matton-Conover also scored for Northeastern.

Henry Idone delivered a goal and an assist for Boston University, which also go goals from Ryan Flynn and Justin Davids.


CORTLAND 7, CAL POLY 6: Michael Linekin and Michael Luzopone led the Red Dragons with two goals and an assist apiece in the narrow win. Sean Smith also scored two goals and John Hoisik added one.

Ethan Vernik tallied two goals and two assists to pace the Mustangs. Brendan Toy produced a goal and two assists, Joe Shields supplied a goal and an assist and Rohin Young and Nick Blakewell also scored.

ENDICOTT 4, UMASS 2: Jack Ryan served up three assists for a balanced Gulls offense in the win over the Minutemen. Justin Stergos, George Gatzoulis, Keenan Wysocki and Quinn Brown all scored.

Aidan Tripp and Noah Sargent scored first-period goals for Massachusetts.

ROBERT MORRIS 9, NEUMANN 4: Tanner Foley tallied four goals for the Colonials against the Knights. Jarrett Tomazich scored two goals, Giovanni Palombo notched a goal and three assists, Matthew Purdue provided a goal and an assist, and Jeremiah Brosovic opened the scoring.

Nicholas Pullano and Evan Hoey each had a goal and an assist for Neumann. Andrew McGinley and Bailey Guetens scored as well.


MICHIGAN STATE 7, QUINNIPIAC 3: Blake Crimmins compiled two goals and an assist and Andrew Kraemer also lit the lamp twice in the win for the Spartans. Del Wohlart delivered a goal and an assist and Sean Hastings and Shane Stoitsiadis were also goal-scorers.

Dean Levanto scored twice and Vinson Guigliano once for the Bobcats.

ARIZONA 9, NORTHEASTERN 1: Dylan Smith tallied four goals and two assists and Hudson Fox had three goals and three assists for the Wildcats as they took out the Huskies.

Jack Sapra logged four assists and a goal and Theoren Hannah also had a goal for Arizona. Northeastern’s goal was scored by Quinn Mulligan.

CSU FULLERTON 6, CORTLAND 2: Ezra Gale’s three-goal, two-assist performance led the Titans past the Red Dragons.

Brayden Magness assisted on three goals and scored one for Cal State Fullerton, while Caden Dance and Mason Pilkington also scored. For Cortland, Michael Luzopone had two goals and Michael Rovinsky tallied one goal and three assists.


ROBERT MORRIS 2, SLIPPERY ROCK 1: Giovanni Palombo’s second goal of the game was the game-winner 2:02 into the third period.

Palombo scored the equalizer for the Colonials with 1:20 left in the second. Slippery Rock’s Irwin Hurst scored four minutes into the game.

MICHIGAN STATE 4, ENDICOTT 2: Shane Stoitsiadis and Del Wohlart potted two goals apiece to pace the Spartans past the Gulls.

George Gatzoulis and Quinn Brown each scored for Endicott.

PENN STATE 4, SYRACUSE 3: The Nittany Lions scored the first four goals and that was enough to beat the Orange.

Tristan Kunec scored two goals and Jonathan Lust and Rino Losardo potted one apiece for Penn State, while goalie Sam Robinson made 27 saves. Matthew D’Addario had two goals for Syracuse.


UC SANTA BARBARA 8, TEMPLE 0: Brendan Bruyere stopped all 25 shots he faced as the Gauchos’ blanked the Owls.

Reyes LeGrande and Brad Price each tallied two goals and one assist for UC Santa Barbara. Aden Jo added a goal and two assists, Dagin Gregory dished out two assists and Maxi Liker, Terrence Viloria and Karsten Lansing each scored one goal.

COLORADO STATE 3, VERMONT 1: Keegan Barker scored the go-ahead goal 5:21 into the second period and added another about two minutes later to lift the Rams over the Catamounts.

Mason Faulkner also scored for Colorado State, and goalie Zackary Lamphere made 24 saves. John McCormick scored Vermont’s goal.

OSWEGO 6, UC SANTA BARBARA 1: A four-goal first period boosted the Lakers past the Gauchos.

Kyle Debejian led Oswego with two goals, while Jakob Lyons and Nicholas Finger each contributed a goal and an assist. Theodore Norton and William Bowling also scored for the Lakers. Reyes LeGrande had UC Santa Barbara’s lone goal.


YESHIVA 10, ILLINOIS STATE 2: The Maccabees netted a whopping seven goals in the first period en route to a rout of the Redbirds.

Sol Feder paced Yeshiva’s attack with four goals, while Yonah Suissa contributed a pair of goals, Zachary Levy scored one goal and dished out three assists and Yoni Drazin tallied four assists. Shane Dotto netted both of Illinois State’s goals.

CAL POLY POMONA 9, MONTCLAIR STATE: Ronald Espino and Brayden Fleming contributed three goal and one assist each to the Broncos’ victory over the Red Hawks.

Matthew Augustine scored one goal and assisted on five others for Cal Poly Pomona, while Jared Nordschow and Peter Lupercio each had a goal. Goalie Cameron Jeffrey stopped all 20 shots he faced.

KENNESAW STATE 7, COLORADO 5: The Buffaloes potted the first three goals of the third period to tie the game with 3:30 remaining, but Christian Sousa put the Owls back in the lead about two minutes later and Essix Moser added an empty-net goal with 58 seconds remaining.

Sousa, Moser and Landen O’Neil finished with two goals apiece for Kennesaw State. James Bailey also scored. Colorado’s Austin Granmoe and Graeme Ferguson also scored two goals.


LINDENWOOD 5, ARIZONA STATE 0: Dillon Bilek and Shaun Sapienza scored two goals apiece in the Lions’ win. Cameron Green tallied a goal and two assists, and Clayton Davis stopped all five shots he faced to earn the shutout.

Jack Fox made 32 saves for the Sun Devils.

OHIO STATE 5, SLIPPERY ROCK 1: Ryan Surdek supplied two goals and an assist for the Buckeyes in the win. Dominick Evangelisti, Thomas Marriner and Jackson Capra each scored a goal as well for Ohio State.

Michael O’Hanlon lit the lamp for the Pride.

MICHIGAN STATE 10, UMASS 7: John Lapinski put up five points in the Spartans’ high-scoring win against the Minutemen. Lapinski scored five goals and added an assist, Jordan Emmer tallied a goal and two assists, Luke Washe provided a goal and an assist, and Alexander York, Matthew Blaska, Owen Denker and Robert Perkins also scored.

Ethan Barrows led Massachusetts with two goals and three assists, Will Stone had a goal and an assist, and the other goal-scorers were Shlok Parekh, Declan Cronin, Danny DiBlasi and Mark Charron.


ARIZONA 5, BOSTON U. 1: Andrew Henuset scored four goals and Jack Landry dished out three assists to pace the Wildcats in a win. Ethan Kavanagh also scored for Arizona.

Nicholas Saunders had the tally for the Terriers.

LINDENWOOD 11, OHIO STATE 0: Leonardo Dantas had a hat trick and an assist in the Lions’ resounding win over the Buckeyes. Andrew Deciantis and Lucas Hurst scored two goals apiece, and Matthew Sherman, Drew Royer, Jay Winton and Shaun Sapienza also found the back of the net.

Rylan Petruk made 33 saves for Ohio State. Clayton Davis and Conner Hef combined to secure the shutout, with Davis making six saves and Hef making one of his own.

SLIPPERY ROCK 3, ARIZONA STATE 2, OT: The Pride won on a shootout goal by Grant Riley.

Nathan Beam tied the game at 3-3 with a goal less than three minutes into the third period. Luke Jordan and Zachary Wernert also scored for Slippery Rock. Zack Dartez scored both of the Sun Devils’ goals 22 seconds apart about five minutes into the second period.


MICHIGAN STATE 9, BOSTON 5: Luke Washe and John Lapinski scored three and two goals, respectively, to lead the Spartans pas the Terriers.

Demetrios Koularmanis was Boston’s top scorer with two goals.

ARIZONA 6, MASSACHUSETTS 3: Andrew Henuset led the way for the Wildcats, tallying three goals and two assists in a victory over the Minutemen. Jack Landry added a goal and four assists, and Ethan Kavanagh a goal and two assists for Arizona.

Will Stone led UMass with two goals.

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