Washington & Jefferson Trounces Thiel

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Washington & Jefferson College junior attacker Andrew Wallick (North Canton, Ohio/Hoover) totaled six points with four goals and two assists and moved into second place on the Presidents' all-time scoring list during a 14-3 men's lacrosse victory at Thiel on Saturday afternoon at the Rissell-Schreyer Dome.

Wallick upped his career point total to 117 (64 goals, 53 assists) and helped W&J (4-8) end a four-game losing skid. Zach Devilbiss '09 owns W&J's career scoring record with 170 points.

Sophomore attacker Joseph Eck (Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly) also had a big game for the Presidents with five goals and one assist.

W&J scored at least three goals in all four quarters. The Presidents netted the first seven goals of the match, two each scored by Wallick and Eck, and never looked back. Eck and Wallick both found the back of the net twice during a 4-0 third quarter as W&J led by as many as 13 in the second half.

Washington & Jefferson held a 39-35 shot advantage and junior goalie Matt Landfried (Batavia, N.Y/Batavia) racked up a career-high 12 saves.

Junior attacked Mark Ringeling (Pitttsburgh, Pa./North Hills) scored twice, while sophomores Dylan Haas (Damascus, Md./Poolesville) and Tom Kozlowski (Pittsburgh, Pa./Shaler) both handed out a pair of assists. The Tomcats (2-9), who are competing in their first NCAA Division III varsity season, were led by Andrew Shaver's two goals. Richard Cannon suffered the loss in goal despite making 14 saves.

W&J ends its season with three consecutive games at Alexandre Stadium starting on Thursday when it hosts Neumann at 4:30 pm.

2011-04-16



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