Immaculata Earns First CSAC Win vs. Shenandoah

WINCHESTER, Va. - Visiting Immaculata University earned its first CSAC men's lacrosse win of the 2010 season Wednesday evening with a 14-4 victory over host Shenandoah. The Mighty Macs (6-4, 1-2 CSAC) never trailed in the game against Shenandoah (2-7, 0-2).

After Kevin Totaro tied it for the Hornets with a goal off of a David Estoclet feed at 9:21 of the first, Immac reeled off seven straight goals to take an 8-1 lead with just over four minutes to play in the second quarter.

P.J. Cooper finally snapped the string with his unassisted goal 49 seconds before halftime, but IU won the ensuing faceoff and Dante Tuscai found John Cacchio right in front of the Hornets cage to keep the margin at seven goals.

A pair of Joe Keller goals to start the second half extended the visitors advantage out to nine before SU closed the third period with Cooper and Totaro goals at 6:11 and 2:59, respectively.

Unfortunately for the home fans, Totaro's goal, an EMO tally off of a Gregory Love assist, would be the final Hornets goal of the evening.

The Mighty Macs solidified the win with all three goals in the final stanza.

Immac outshot Shenandoah 34-29 and owned a slight (39-36) advantage in groundballs and faceoffs (13-10).

SU is back in action Saturday at nationally ranked Cabrini.


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