Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/16/19
From Press Release
The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team made a statement today, as the No. 8 Cavaliers opened their 2019 season with a resounding 19-3 victory over Haverford College at Edith Robb Dixon Field.
Eleven Cavaliers combined for the team’s 27 points in the win. Senior Jordan Krug (Cherokee, NJ) led with six goals, including a string of four consecutive goals in the third quarter, and an assist.
Junior Tyler Kostack (Marple Newtown) paired three goals and three helpers, while senior Timmy Brooks (Haverford School) scored three times.
Junior Tommy DeLuca paced the defensive effort with four caused turnovers and five ground balls, while senior Sean Wagner, juniors Robert Cressman (Berks Catholic) and Kyle Myers forced two miscues each.
Sophomore Luke McCallion (Haverford High) went 12-for-18 at the faceoff spot and matched DeLuca’s five ground balls, one more than Brooks and sophomore Nick Werner.
Senior goaltender Riley White (Plymouth Whitemarsh) earned the victory, tallying all five of Cabrini’s saves.
Senior Dylan Slack led the Fords with 18 saves, while classmate Jake Ephron paired three caused turnovers and four ground balls. Sophomore Anthony Vizzoni joined freshmen Wyatt Feinberg and Blake Brinster with goals for Haverford.
Neumann 20, Alvernia 9
The Knights opened the season with a convincing victory at Alvernia.
Four Knights registered at least four goals in the win, led by Rich Marshall (Perkiomen Valley) with five tallies. Drew Conlon had an eight point day with four goals and four assists, while Eric Conlon and Colin Blake (Springfield-Delco) also tallied four times apiece. Jack Newswanger (St. Elizabeth, DE) was a monster in the face off circle with 24-of-28 wins on draws and Brendan Risley (Ridley) picked up the win in goal with five saves.
Swarthmore 13, Albright 3
The Garnet opened up the 2019 season with a bang, beating the Lions.
Three Garnet players tallied a pair of goals: Dylan Rittenhouse (Downingtown East), Austin Chang and Andrew Estella. Jake Ross (Strath Haven), Ryan Mulvey, Zander Levitz, Nathaniel Johns, Liam Maniscalco, Talbot Child and Will Vespole all found the back of the net as well.
Ross led the Garnet with four assists for a five-point outing. Vespole pitched in a pair of helpers in his freshman debut.
Arcadia 15, King’s 4
Clo Muscara exploded for sevcen goals and two assists to lead the Knights in their season opener. James Purpura won in his debut as Arcadia coach.
Gwynedd Mercy 9, Drew 7
Jacob Dzierzgowski (Washington Twp, NJ) had three goals and an assist and Jordan Dzierzgowski (Washington Twp, NJ) added two goals and an assist for Gwynedd Mercy in its opener.
D2 – Chestnut Hill 16, District of Columbia 12
Sophomore midfield transfer Ben Revak (Archmere Academy) scored six goals to spark a third-period rally as visiting CHC toppled the University of the District of Columbia in its season opener.
Senior midfielder John Bennett (Boyertown) added 3 goals and 1 assist and senior attack Casey Brown (1 goal, 3 assists), junior attack Scott Wilden (2 goals, 2 assists), and sophomore attack J.R. Howell (1 goal, 3 assists) provided four points apiece.
Muhlenberg 14, FDU Florham 7
Sophomore Ethan Grossman and junior Scott Fayan (Lenape, NJ) combined for 10 goals to lead the Muhls to a season-opening win over FDU-Florham.Fayan had six goals and one assist.
Salisbury 16, Widener 3
Cross Ferrara (Appoquinimink, DE) had four goals to help No 2 Salisbury rout host Widener in its opener.