With first- and second-round games completed in the Division 3 men's NCAA tournament, it's time to turn the page and look ahead to the third round.
The only true surprise came via Springfield, which knocked off Ursinus, 16-15, in overtime this past Wednesday. Senior midfielder Cameron Glover (Brunswick, Maine) scored the game-winner on his third of the day, upsetting the first-time Centennial Conference champions.
Now that the field is whittled down to 16 teams, New England Lacrosse Journal has taken an increased, focused look at the top locals to watch for. Games are set for Saturday at the higher seed's campus, while the Elite Eight will arrive next Wednesday.
Before that gets underway, here are 10 New England natives who could turn heads. They form some of the tournament's top talent.