Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/4/10
The visiting Cabrini men’s lacrosse team captured its fourth straight win Saturday afternoon, rolling past Middle Atlantic Conference opponent and local rival Widener University, 15-5, in the HEADstrong Foundation Rivalry Games.
Senior attackman and 2010 Tewaaraton Award candidate Casey Grugan (Ridley), sophomore midfielder Brian Hill (Ridley) and freshman midfielder Andrew Protenic (West Chester East) each recorded a team-best three points for the cavaliers (8-3). Grugan and Protenic both netted three goals, while Hill paired one score with two assists.
Cory Malampy (Ridley) had two goals and an assist for Widener (3-5).
Dickinson 9, Haverford 8
Goalie Tyler Magann (Hill School) made 15 saves and No. 5 Dickinson (10-1, 3-1) scored the final four goals of the game to pull off the stunning comeback for the Centennial Conference victory.
Haverford (5-5, 1-3 CC) was led by Max Hjelm (Conestoga) and Phillip Valliant who scored two goals apiece.
McDaniel 15, Swarthmore 9
Gavin Musynske, Wes Marcik and Zach Belden each scored twice for the Garnet (1-7, 0-5) in the Centennial Conference loss.
Lehigh 9, Sacred Heart 6
Freshman Dante Fantoni led the Brown and White with a season-best five goals, while senior Brian Bienemann handed out a team-high three assists as Lehigh improved to 6-5 on the season.
Yale 16, Penn 14
Corey Winkoff had five goals and two assists for the Quakers (4-6, 0-3) in their Ivy League loss.
Canisius 11, St. Joseph’s 10, OT
Sean Evans (Henderson) had three goals and two assists for the Hawks (0-10, 0-3) in the MAAC OT loss.
Towson 9, Delaware 7
Matt Hughes (Central Bucks East) scored once for the Tigers (2-5, 1-0) in the CAA win over the Blue Hens (5-5, 0-1). Marty Cahill, Curtis Dickson and John Austin each scored twice for the Hens.
St. John’s 11, Rutgers 10
Tom Manes (Archbishop Ryan) had a career day, leading the Red Storm (4-5, 1-1) to its first BIG EAST win of the season by scoring the game-winning goal with just under two minutes remaining in the game.
Manes’ career-record four goals led the team’s season-best offensive output. St. John’s outscored the Scarlet Knights 6-3 in the second half and 4-1 in the fourth quarter.
Trailing 9-7 after the end of the third, long stick midfielder Dillon Ayers collected a pass on a clear attempt and zipped a pass to starting attacker Charlie Holenstein (Downingtown West), who netted a goal from the right side of the box and finished with three goals and two assists.
Manes continued the Red Storm momentum by tying the game at nine after a nifty juke on the left side and then set up freshman Tyler Novotny (Spring-Ford) for the go-ahead goal with 9:11 left in the game.
Mercyhurst 18, Chestnut Hill College 2
Mark Winkelspecht and Nate Tharp recorded the two Griffin tallies.