Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/12/20
The Chestnut Hill College men’s lacrosse (5-1) earned its third straight win in an 18-9 decision over Molloy College on Wednesday night. The Griffins jumped ahead early and used a nine-point outing from junior attackman Carson Rees (Port Coquitlam, British Columbia) to continue their success in non-conference play.
The Scarlet and Gold finished the opening quarter on a 4-0 run with two goals from junior attackman Scott Wilden to lead by two. Another 4-0 run to open the second quarter put some space between the Griffins and Lions. Wilden and Rees went into the half with three goals each to put their team ahead 10-6.
Chestnut Hill College kickstarted its second half with a 3-0 run, which opened up the team’s largest lead of the game to that point. Despite a two-goal Molloy College run to end the third quarter, the Griffins solidified their advantage with a 5-1 fourth quarter run to earn the win.
Alongside Rees and Wilden, who scored six and three goals, respectively, sophomore defenseman P.J. Spernal and junior attackman Maurice Kelly both had multi-goal games.
Junior midfielder Ben Revak (Archmere Academy) had a game-high five assists to finish the matchup with six points. Rees was second on the team with three assists, playing a role in half of the team’s goals. Kelly and junior attackman J.R. Howell also had multi-assist games.
Sophomore goalie Jake Miller tallied a season-high 22 saves to keep opponents’ scoring totals in single digits for the fourth time this season and third game in a row.
Delaware Valley 8, Marymount 5
Nic Brown played all 60 minutes in goal and was strong all day with 20 saves. Dylan Brasch (Clearview Regional-NJ) and PJ Rafferty (Avon Grove) led Del Val with four points each on the day, Matt Weibel (Avon Grove) had two points with two assists. Defensively, Bryan Thompson picked up nine ground balls and won 16-of-17 faceoffs.
Rosemont 16, Alvernia 15
Brandon Krausse (Sun Valley) had seven goals and three assists and Mason Dennis (Frankford) had four goals and an assist for Rosemont in its first win of the year.
Arcadia 20, Manhattenville 6
Swarthmore 15, Bridgewater 10
Goucher 10, Neumann 9 (OT)
Muhlenberg 20, Oneonta 4
Susquehanna 18, Immaculata 9