Wolverines Sent Scurrying by the Shoremen

DOVER, Del. Wesley College's men's lacrosse team fell to Washington College, 20-1, on Saturday afternoon at Scott D. Miller Stadium. The Wolverines fall to 0-4 while the Shoremen improve to 2-2.

The Maroon & Black scored the game's first 17 goals before Eric Crumbock got Wesley on the board with 46 seconds left in the third period.

Matt Ryan made six saves for the Wolverines in the first half and Sam Kennedy stopped five shots in the second half.

Jack O'Neil led Wesley with six ground balls while David Gorski pitched in with five. O'Neil also won 8 of 20 faceoffs. The Wolverines caused 11 turnovers on the day, led by two by Joe Donato.

Capital Athletic Conference action starts for Wesley next Saturday when it travels to Hood College for a 1:00 pm start.

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DOVER, DE -- Visiting Washington College jumped out to an 8-0 lead through one quarter en route to a 20-1 non-conference men's lacrosse men over visiting Wesley College this afternoon at Scott D. Miller Stadium in Dover, DE.

The Shoremen (2-2) fired off 20 shots in their eight-goal first quarter to only three for the Wolverines (0-4). Twelve different Shoremen scored at least one goal in the win. The 20 goals for Washington are its most since a 20-5 win over Kean on February 24, 2008. The 19-goal margin of victory is the Shoremen's largest since a 19-0 win over Ursinus on March 19, 2003.

Junior attackman Bennett Cord (Gaithersburg, MD/Gaithersburg) led Washington with four goals and one assist, all in the first half. Senior midfielderTom Rixey (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) added three goals and one assist, while junior attackman Matt Lewis (Mt. Airy, MD/Glenelg Country School) scored three goals of his own. Sophomore midfielder Hunter Nowicki(Baltimore, MD/Franklin) added two goals and one assist, while senior attackman Dominic Serio (Finksburg, MD/Mount St. Joseph), freshman attackman Ryan Coakley (Flemington, NJ/Immaculata), and freshman midfielder Adam Smith (Cockeysville, MD/Loyola Blakefield) each had one goal and one assist.

Sophomore attackman Jim Cusick (Fallston, MD/Calvert Hall), sophomore midfielder Kodie Englehart (Coronado, CA/Coronado), freshman attackmanStephen Luck (Catonsville, MD/Boys' Latin), senior midfielder Dave Lundquist (West Chester, PA/Henderson), and freshman attackman Grant Hughes (Alexandria, VA/St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) scored one goal each. Sophomore attackman JD Campbell (Baltimore, MD/Mount St. Joseph) tallied two assists, while junior midfielder Patrick Coyle (Reisterstown, MD/Calvert Hall), sophomore midfielder Sam Eckerson (Fairfield, CT/Fairfield Warde), sophomore midfielder Ryan Polak (Cincinnati, OH/Ridgewood [NJ]), and freshman midfielder Michael Trapp (White Plains, NY/White Plains) each had one assist.

Trapp also went 6 for 7 on face-offs with eight groundballs, while freshman midfielder Raymond Circo (Rocky Point, NY/Rocky Point) was 9 for 11 with four ground balls. Senior goalie Peter Stewart (Annapolis, MD/St. Mary's)made three saves and allowed no goals in the first half for Washington. Sophomore goalie Ted DiSalvo (Boca Raton, FL/South River) played the next 22:05 and made five saves while allowing one goal.

Eric Crumbock scored the Wolverines' goal.

The Shoremen finished the game with a 49-22 advantage in shots and a 53-37 edge in ground balls.

The Shoremen return to action Tuesday with a 6:00 p.m. home game against Catholic.

2012-03-10



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