Matt Landis is a learner as well as a starting player on Notre Dame lacrosse team. The Pelham, NY inborn exhibits impressive devotion both when on and also off the playing ground, striking equilibrium between his work and play. As an academic-athlete at Notre dame, Matt Landis does Finance, is a lead defenseman on Fighting Irish Lacrosse team, does a part-time job and someway is able to get time to live like an ordinary 20+ year-old American kid.
Matt Landis’s hobbies are; doing voluntary work, playing golf, hiking, reading, skiing as well as skeet shooting.
It was heartbreaking for Lacrosse team of the top-seeded University of Notre Dame on the afternoon of last Saturday during its 2015 NCAA Championship countrywide semifinal match versus Denver, which was played on Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
Wesley Berg’s score with 2:03 remaining in extra time raised the No.4 seed forerunners to 11-10 option over Irish. Berg’s goal came following Notre Dame assembled from a 4-goal deficit (10-6) with 4:23 remaining in the competition.
Sophomore midfielder Sergio Perkovic demonstrated to be unrelenting during the last 15-minute stanza when he scored 5 of his scores in the 4th quarter. Perkovic complemented his career-high with a 5-goal performance he achieved the previous year in 2014 after Notre Dame was defeated by Duke in national championship match.
The Irish, whose second consecutive appearance was their program-first in national semifinals alongside 5th overall attendance in Championship Weekend, saw their term get to its end at 12-3. The Pioneers upgrade to 16-2 proceeding to their tournament title matchup having No.6 seed Maryland on Monday.
Lacrosse’s head coach, Kevin Corrigan said that he did not think they played specifically well in particular parts of the match. However, they did what they ought to do so as to attain a one-play match at the conclusion.
Saturday’s tournament concluded much similar to the initial game between the 2 teams on 7th March in Denver where Pioneers assembled for the match-winner with 3:18 remaining in extra time for a comparable 11-10 victory. Today’s semifinal match-up between Irish and Pioneers was 20th all-time contest although first in NCAA Championship game.
Denver’s prolonged its victory streak on 3 straight over Notre Dame. Actually, the match marked the 4th time in last 5 meetings, which the tournament was decided in extra time.
The Pioneers escalated to 2-0 early 3:56 into the 1st quarter on scores by Tyler Pace alongside Jack Bobzien.
Notre Dame tied the match at 2-2 from scores of Jim Marlatt as well as Conor Doyle with 7:32 plus 4:30, in that order, left in the 1st quarter.
Denver’s Zach Miller placed the Pioneers up 3-2 5:52 towards the 2nd quarter on 1st of his 2 scores, though Notre Dame hit back fast after Osselo obtained his 1st goal of the match 52 seconds later.
Connor Cannizzaro, completed the match with a score for Pioneers with 6:51 remaining in the 2nd quarter to place Denver up 4-3.