Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/1/17
Sophomore Jordan Krug (Cherokee-NJ) tallied a career high six goals and had one assist, while freshman Tyler Kostack (Marple Newtown) scored four more, as No. 7 Cabrini scored a 15-6 victory at Hampden-Sydney (3-2) today.
Freshman goaltender Matt Nestler tallied 10 saves and three caused turnovers to earn the win.
Seven Cavaliers marked the scoring column, as the No. 7 Blue and White improved to 3-0 on the season.
Junior Zack Gregory (Conestoga) went 6-for-11 at the faceoff spot, recorded a goal and an assist to go with a game high four ground balls. Freshmen Tommy DeLuca and Matt Nestler forced three turnovers each, while Nestler notched 10 saves.
After eight minutes of scoreless action, Cabrini took control of the game and never looked back. Krug scored the first of his four first quarter goals with just south of eight minutes left in the quarter.
Kostack doubled the lead at the 5:52 mark before the rookie and Gregory added man-up goals just seconds from each other. The lead swelled to 6-0, as Krug added two goals to complete his hat trick in a span of just over four minutes.
The Tigers halted the Cabrini run with a pair of man-up goals by Duncan Morris before the Blue and White closed the period with a flurry. Kostack and Krug combined for three goals in the final 1:56 of the frame to give the Cavaliers a 9-2 lead.
Delaware Valley 9, Shenandoah 7
Sophomore PJ Rafferty (Avon Grove) set the school single-game record for assists (five) and points (eight) as he led the Aggies to a non-conference victory over visiting Shenandoah.
It was the first win of the young season for DelVal as it improved to 1-1 while it handed the Hornets (2-1) their first defeat of the year.
Rafferty was named the 2016 Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Freedom Rookie of the Year after leading the Aggies with 33 goals and 27 assists for 60 points, all of which are single-season program records. In this game, Rafferty eclipsing the previous single-game point record of seven reached by himself and Austin Sensenig last season. The five assists surpassed the previous mark of four that was accomplished by three different players.
DeSales 10, Arcadia 5
Bryan Weber led the Bulldogs with five points on four goals and an assist. Josh Harman registered four helpers on the day, while Kevin Monaghan recorded two goals and an assist for three points.
Clo Muscara led the Knights (0-3) with three points on a goal and two assists. Tanner Pajakinas, Casey Fayan and freshman Josh Keitz all had a goal, while freshman Austin Williams tallied an assists.
Haverford 11, Stockton 9
For the second time in as many games, the Fords reversed a defeat from a season ago as they topped previously unbeaten Stockton (2-1).
Haverford (2-1) got three goals from Ben Frost as the sophomore tallied his first career hat trick. Kevin Goshorn and Rob McLallen recorded the second and third multi-goal games of their respective careers to help pace the attack while four other players added a single goal. Dylan Slack made a game and career-high 11 saves in the crease to preserve the victory. Zack Aho led the Ospreys’ attack with three goals.
Wilkes 10, Rosemont 9