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Men’s D2-D3: Arcadia, Widener, Chestnut Hill roll

Thursday, 10th March 2022

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/10/22
From Press Release

Brian Albertsen notched a career-high eight points on five goals and three assists to lead the Arcadia University men’s lacrosse team to a 17-5 victory over Widener University from Jean Lenox West Field in non-conference action on Wednesday evening.

The Knights improved to 2-2 this season.

Brady Manion (New Egypt, NJ) got the scoring started with an unassisted goal at 9:33 of the first quarter. Justin Chinici (Cherry Hill East) doubled the lead with an assist from Kyle McLaughlin (New Hope-Solebury) at 6:29 followed by a score from Sean Connolly assisted by Landan Hajek at 2:10 to grow Arcadia’s lead to 3-0.

The Knights continued building their lead early in the second. Manion tallied a man-up goal assisted by Albertsen, Billy Burton scored unassisted, and Albertsen broke through unassisted. The Pride finished the first-half scoring at 3:37 with Arcadia leading 7-3 after 30 minutes of play.

Manion and Albertsen scored the first two goals of the second half before Widener got its first goal of the half making the score 9-4 with 9:32 on the clock.

Five straight goals by the Knights put the game out of reach. Albertsen scored with a helper from Manion, followed by Wesley Sporer assisted by McLaughlin. Andrew Borum got into the scoring column with an assist from Albertsen, and James Barretta (Downingtown East) scored a man-down goal with 1:11 on the third-quarter clock as Arcadia held a 13-4 lead through 45 minutes.

Manion started the fourth quarter with a man-up goal followed by Burton’s second goal, assisted by McLaughlin. The Pride scored their final goal with 6:08 left in the game. Albertsen and Ryan Anderson ended the scoring, with Anderson’s man-down goal coming off an assist from Timmy Fyock, the first assist of his career and second point.

Fyock stopped 15 shots to earn his second win of the season.

Manion finished with six points on four goals and two assists. Brett Sciascia finished 9-of-14 on face-offs while A.J. Dominguez wont 5-of-10 attempts.

Jimmy Knepp scored twice for the Pride (1-3).

Neumann 14, Goucher 4

The Knights earned their fifth win in six games, knocking off host Goucher in non-conference action.

Drew Conlon continued where he left off over the weekend, pacing the Knights with five goals and three assists for eight points. Wyatt Belotti (2g, 1a), Brett McLaughlin (2, 1a, Interboro) and Emmett Wexler (2 g) all recorded multi-point games in the win. Jake Marchiafava (Salesianum School) picked up the win in goal, stopping three shots on the night. Vincent Corbino (St. Elizabeth-DE) led the team with nine ground balls.

D2
Chestnut Hill 27, D’Youville 4

Liam McCann had six goals and an assist, Maurice Kelly had five goals and two assists and J.R. Howell had four goals and one assists as CHC (2-3) rolled.

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