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Men’s roundup: @DrexelMLax rolls; Hopkins tops @TigerLacrosse

Sunday, 4th March 2018

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

The Drexel men’s lacrosse team scored 11 goals in the second half to pull away from the Marist Red Foxes Saturday evening at Vidas Field, 15-5. The win was the Dragons’ first of the year. They are now 1-3, while Marist dropped to 1-5.

Matthew Varian had four goals and three assists while Nick Fox (Ridley) and Reid Bowering each had four goals. Will Manganiello (Penncrest) scored once.

Johns Hopkins 16, Princeton 9

Forry Smith (Haverford School) scored twice and Brett Baskin (La Salle) added one while Jack Rapine (Upper Dublin) had a groundball and a caused turnover for the winning Blue Jays.

Princeton was led by Michael Sowers (Upper Dublin) with three goals and three assists and Phillip Robertson (Duke’s LC) with two goals and an assist.

Army 13, Lafayette 4

Conor Glancy (Malvern Prep) had a goal and two assists to lead Army. Andrew Chase had two goals and an assist for the Leopards.

Monmouth 9, UMass Lowell

Bryce Wasserman’s program-record breaking 73rd career goal broke an 8-8 tie with nine seconds remaining to lift Monmouth. Hunter Jones (Abington) led Monmouth with four goals.

Division II
Mercy 14, Chestnut Hill 8

Dylan Klusaritz (Parkland) had six goals and an assist for the Griffins (0-2).

Division III

Eastern 12, Virginia Wesleyan 8

Mark Buannic had three goals and two assists and Jake Billera (Parkland) scored three goals to lead Eastern.

Swarthmore 11, Vassar 9

Garnet sophomore Austin Chang led everyone with four goals in the win, and scored the first three in the contest. Jake Ross (Strath Haven) added his second hat trick of the season. Zander Levitz tallied a pair of goals, and Dylan Rittenhouse (Downingtown STEM) and Cam Marsh each scored one.

Mary Washington 12, Widener 11, OT

Seemingly holding a comfortable lead (10-4 in the third period), Widener was stunned by Mary Washington.

Patrick Richardson (Gloucester Catholic-NJ) led the way for the Pride with four goals.
Paz Gismondi (West Deptford-NJ) had a goal and three assis


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