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Men’s D3 roundup: @CabriniMLAX remains perfect

Sunday, 11th March 2018

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 3/11/18

Visiting Cabrini overcame an early deficit and an upset-minded Frostburg State Saturday, scoring an 11-6 victory to improve to 4-0.

Junior Timmy Brooks (Haverford School) paced the No. 6 Cavaliers with five points on four goals and an assist, while classmate Jordan Krug (Cherokee) added three goals. Sophomores Jake Klein (Wilson), Ty Kostack (Marple Newtown) and Matt LoParo added two points apiece, combining for a two goal and four helpers.

Junior goaltender Riley White (Plymouth Whitemarsh) posted his second consecutive impressive outing, recording 15 saves and five ground balls. Senior Zack Gregory (Conestoga) and sophomore Kyle Myers accounted for four of the Blue and White’s eight caused turnovers.

The Cavaliers built an early lead on goals by Krug and Kostack, but the Bobcats answered back immediately, netting three goal in a two minute span. Frostburg carried its 3-2 lead through the end of the first quarter, outshooting Cabrini 10-6 in the opening 15 minutes.

The Blue and White turned the game in its favor in the second quarter, recording 13 shots to just four for Frostburg.

Krug evened the score at the 9:14 mark, with Klein giving the Cavaliers the lad just 62 seconds later. Frostburg’s Paul Ruppert scored the first of his two goals on the day to even the score at 4-4, but goals from Brooks and junior Sean Wagner put the Cavaliers ahead for good.

The Blue and White held its 6-4 halftime lead through much of the third period before a Bobcats’ goal cut Cabrini’s lead in half with 6:39 left in the quarter. The Cavaliers pulled away in the final 2:29 of the quarter, netting four unanswered goals.

Junior Nick Waligusrki (Berks Catholic) hit Brooks to regain the Blue and White’s two goal cushion. Krug’s third goal of the afternoon pushed the lead to 8-5, before senior Riley Michaels (Pottsgrove) won the ensuing faceoff and hit Brooks for a goal six seconds later. Gregory continued the four goal run with nine seconds left in the frame, sending Cabrini into the fourth with a commanding 10-5 lead.

Swarthmore 11, Delaware Valley 5

Austin Chang had three goals and two assists and Cam Marsh added three goals and an assist for the Garnet (3-1).

Chris Coyle (Marlboro-NJ) led DelVal with two goals.

Bryn Athyn 14, Immaculata 5

Four different players put their name into the goal column as Bryn Athyn College overcame a slow start to knock off visiting Immaculata for its first win of the on General Ronald K. Nelson Field.

Jon Carr led the charge with five goals and one assist for the Lions (1-2). Andrew Coyle (Father Judge) racked up four goals and one assist. Nolan Frame had a hat-trick, while Cameron Leech (Abington) tallied two goals and two assists.

Dickinson 17, Widener 5

Tucker Carney (Strath Haven) had two goals for Dickinson (3-2). Gavin Kirkwood scored twice for Widener (1-4).

Other scores
McDaniel 9, Albright 8
Franklin & Marshall 18, Messiah 17
Gettysburg 12, Eastern 5
Wentworth 14, Moravian 8
Wilkes 18, Neumann 12
Mt. St. Vincent 16, Rosemont 8

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