Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/7/14
From Press Release
Lafayette men’s lacrosse fell to Navy in Patriot League men’s lacrosse action on Friday night. The Mids outscored the Leopards 7-1 in the second half to beat Lafayette 11-3. The Maroon and White moved to 1-2 in league play, while the Mids improved to 2-1.
Gabe Voumard (St. Augustine Prep) had two goals and an assist as well as two groundballs and a caused turnover and TJ Hanzsche (Malvern Prep) scored once for Navy. Defenseman Ben Sampson (Emmaus) had two GB, a CT and an assist.
The Mids struck first midway through the first quarter, but less than three minutes later Kevin Lewis netted his first career goal off of a feed from Brian Bock (Spring-Ford) to tie the score at one. Navy found the back of the net with three seconds to go in the first to take a 2-1 lead after one.
At the 6:19 mark of the second period, John Floyd took a pass from Sonny Round and fired past the Navy goalie to knot the game up at two. Late in the second quarter, the Mids tallied a pair of goals to take a 4-2 lead into the break.
Navy struck three times in three minutes midway through the third quarter to push its lead to five, 7-2. Robert Orazietti stopped the run, tallying for the Leopards with 1:19 on the clock. The Mids answered back at the start of the fourth period with a four straight goals in the opening minutes of the quarter to increase their lead to eight. Navy went on to take down the Leopards 11-3.
Jake Hyatt made 15 saves for the Leopards in the loss, while John Connors stopped 13 shots for the Mids. Mac Ahsler led Lafayette with two caused turnovers and three ground balls, while Erik Cannon picked up a team-high four ground balls.
Holy Family 23, Nyack 2
Junior Christina Bonomo (Ephrata) scored a career-high five goals to help lead Holy Family in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) contest.
Holy Family improves to 1-2 overall and opens conference play with a 1-0 mark. The win marked the first career victory for first year head coach Monica Quinn. Nyack is now 0-3 overall and 0-2 in the CACC.
Immaculata 18, Bryn Mawr 5
Katie Cook and Danielle Lopez scored five goals apiece, and Kelly Lapp recorded five assists as Immaculata defeated Bryn Mawr College.
Immaculata improves to 2-0 on the young season while Bryn Mawr is now 1-1.
Lebanon Valley 11, Ursinus 4
Montclair St 17, Muhlenberg 10