Shreveport – The Centenary Lacrosse team will face the Colorado College Tigers on Sunday in its annual Senior Day game, as the match between the two Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference (HCLC) members is set for 11 a.m. at Mayo Field.
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Centenary will honor three of its senior players – MF Dario Garcia (Dallas, Texas), de Ethan Little (Tyler, Texas), and LSM / FO Trip Montgomery (New Iberia, La.) At a postgame event. Sunday is “Breast Cancer Education and Awareness” Day in Mayo Field, and encourages fans to support Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority’s charitable work by purchasing raffle tickets for a variety of great prizes. The Shatabdi dance troupe will also perform a reminder to wear your pink.
The Gents (2-6, 0-1 HCLC) and the Tigers (3-7, 0-0 HCLC) are former members of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, and they face off for the second season in a row after the Tigers won a pair. Last season was over for the Gents. Colorado College won the game 19-14 in Southwestern on Saturday, advancing to the Centenary Sunday with two games to go.
The Centurion lost 11-7 in their latest game on March 27 in Richmond, Indus, in their latest game after a 12-11 12-11 win over Anderson University Ravens the previous day. 1 at half time, 8-4 in the fourth quarter against Erlham. In the final round, each team scored three goals, but the Gents were able to maintain the lead after a good first half. Maroon and White scored ten or more goals in one game for the fifth time in eight games and the third in a row.
Gents swept the HCLC Player of the Week awards on March 29 after two road wins, and second-year M / A Jordan Cook (Bryant, Arc.) Was named Offensive POW and Little Defensive POW.
Cook continued his impressive attacking season, scoring eight goals and adding four assists to a total of 12 points. He has 18 ground balls and 11 turnovers in matches against Kalamazoo, Anderson and Earlham. Cook scored five goals against Anderson, then two goals and two assists against Erlham. Sensational Sofomore now has 18 goals, seven assists, 25 points, 27 ground balls and 17 turnovers this season. This is Cook’s fourth fourth of the season and seventh in his young career.
Little had a great week as he scored 11 ground balls and nine turnovers. The seven goals conceded by the Gents in Saturday’s victory were the fewest goals the Century defense has conceded each season. He has started all eight games of the century this season, and has recorded 23 ground balls and 16 turnovers.
Freshman A. G. Colby Spoivy (Dallas, Texas) and Jr. A. John Mark Vanievsky (Bossier City, La.) Each scored four goals to lead the Gents’ attack in the Erlam victory and Cook added a pair. This is his fourth and third consecutive multi-goal performance this season. In his victory over Anderson, he scored three goals and scored a season-high four on March 22 against Kalamasu. He took five shots, all on goal, and had four ground balls.
Vaniewski scored the top four goals of the single-game season, turning into his second multi-goal attempt of the season. He completed nine shots, six goals and one ground ball. Like Vaniewski, Cook hit nine shots and six sixes, as well as five ground balls and one team-best six. Freshman A. Braxton Parchman (Shreveport, La.) Added three high assists, two causal turnovers and a ground ball for a team.
Junior M / A Kyle Comic (Allen, Texas) has five ground balls, two turnovers, three shots (two goals) and one assist. Montgomery had five ground balls, Garcia had two ground balls and one turnover, and Sofomore LSM Jackson Osman (Shreveport, La.) Added three ground balls and one turnover.
Freshman de Barrett Stuart (Born, Texas) had five ground balls and three turnovers. Sophomore de Matthew Lulich (New Orleans, La.) Added four ground balls. Jr. de Chris Dante (Bossier City, La.) Had a team-high seven ground balls, one turnover, and took shots (one goal). Newcomer GK Alex Nix-Davis (Nashville, Tenn.) Played 60 minutes and recorded his second win of the season with six saves and three ground balls.
See the Gents’ full season schedule here: https://www.gocentenary.com/sports/mlax/2021-22/schedule
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