The men’s Lacrosse beat Haverford 15-12

Temple has four goals and two assists

Haverford, PA- The Washington College men’s lacrosse team survived Slugfest back and forth against Hoverford College at Swanfield on Saturday afternoon, saving Pennsylvania 15-12. With the second win in a row, the Showmans improved to 3-8 in the year and 2-3 in the century, while Ford fell 5-7 and 1-4, respectively.

Washington College 15 Hoverford12

How did that happen?
– Shoremen (3-8, 2-3 centuries) capture the first score in four minutes in the opening frame. Second Year Attackman / Midfielder Trevor Evats The dish was cashed in from the junior attacker Logan Clefish To put the good guys ahead, 1-0.
– 27 seconds is enough for Haverford (5-7, 1-4 centuries) to respond to a senior attacker. Sean Movatt-Larsen Marks Ford’s first achievement. A minute later, the junior midfielder Eric Dahlberg They scored without help and took a 2-1 lead.
– First-year midfielder, five minutes after a change of scoreless Lacrosse Corey Morgan The junior dug a feed from the attacker Luke Brennan To tie the knot. The score remained 2-2 in the first match.
– Ford seizes Man of the Match at 10:37 in the second quarter. Junior attacker Andrew Art Scored without help with the opportunity, put Haverford ahead. Two minutes later the embarrassed, first-year attacker Matt Richards Scored an unassisted score on his own. Both scores gave the hosts a 4-2 lead.
– At 6:14, Quarter Two ends, the Washington attack erupts. With the first three goals scored in just 48 seconds, the Shoremen went 4-0 up. First year attacker Ben Dickinson The party started with a feed from Junior Midi To Kane Domenek On the web. Just 29 seconds later, Yves hit the second half, and Dickinson scored again 19 seconds later to level the game. The fourth strike came at 2:53 courtesy of Senior Attackman. Ivan Temple. When the dust cleared, the Showmans took a 6-4 lead.
– Ford did not allow Washington to take the lead before the break. With 47 seconds left in the half, Richards struck again for the hosts and the margin reached one. Senior midfielder Blake Brinster Defeat the clock, scoring just five seconds on the clock and the match went 6-6 until the interval.
– There were three goals in the second half, two for Shoremens and one for Fords. Washington started the second half scoring with Temple’s second goal of the match, this time on a Haverford penalty. Fifty seconds later, Temple scored again to give Washington an 8-6 lead.
– Moverford-Larson and Richards’ finishes on two of Goverford’s two-goal responses. Third, in just eight minutes, the score was tied again, 8-8.
– The second showman run of the frame led the temple again. His man-up finish gave visitors the lead once again, thanks to a second-year defender Dylan KilroyThe first goal of his career. Washington led 10-8.

– Haverford hid another goal before the end of the third. Second year midfielder Will Graves The gap was reduced to one with a 10-9 finish.
– Both teams scored to open the fourth. Brennan scored the fourth man-of-the-match goal for Washington, Ford’s first-year attacker. Evan Wolpert 17 seconds later he finished his own finish, making the score 11-10 in favor of the showmans.
– Washington’s last insurance came in the form of another 4-0 run, this time extending for most of this period. Ivat‌s scored his third and fourth goals of the season, while Dickinson scored his third of the day, and Kilroy set a stamp on Career Attack Day with his second. At 5:11, the Shoremens had a 15-10 lead.
– Haverford scored two more goals but failed to make a comeback. The finishes came from Junior Attack Peter Christians And senior midfielder Gray PollockThe final score was 15-12.

For showmen (3-8, 2-3 cc)
– Temple: 4 goals, 2 assists
Evats: 4 goals, 1 assist
Ryan Leahy: Victory (3-8), 60:00, 12 saves

For Hoverford (5-7, 1-4 cc)
Richards: 3 goals, 2 assists
– Movatt-Larsen: 2 goals
Jacob Abraham: Defeat (2-4), 39:36 goals, 1 save

– It was the head coach’s first road victory John Nostrent.

Shoreman, who is playing his second of three game road trips against the Green Terror of McDaniel, returns to action on Wednesday. The opening ceremony will be at 7 p.m.

Leave a Comment