Alex Woodall knew what would happen to his injured left hamstring if he played in Towson’s NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal against No. 2 seed Syracuse on Sunday. The faceoff specialist was informed by trainer Greg Penczek that his injury would only get worse the longer he played.
But as far as Woodall was concerned, it was going to take a lot more to keep him out of the game.
“I was going to do everything I could with Greg to get back on the field,” he said Tuesday. “I was confident that I would be able to at least give it a try.”
The Annapolis resident and St. Mary’s graduate took 19 draws, winning nine and...