Frostburg State Uses Big Second Quarter to Defeat W&J

FROSTBURG, Md. -- Frostburg State scored 11 times during the second quarter, including four by Ryan Serio, to earn a 24-3 men's lacrosse victory over Washington & Jefferson on Wednesday night at Bobcat Stadium.

The Bobcats (4-0) outshot the Presidents (3-1) by a 69-15 margin and received five goals and one assist from Serio. The game was tied 1-1 with two minutes left in the first quarter after goals from FSU's Spenser Love and W&J's Tim Angell before the Bobcats exploded with seven unanswered goals.

Zachary Fredericks ended the Bobcat run at the 10:39 mark to bring the Presidents to within 8-2, but the Bobcats added six more tallies to post a 14-3 halftime advantage. W&J's third and final goal at the 5:31 mark came from its goalie Conor Crowe during a man-down situation.

Frostburg State scored three times in the third period and tacked on seven more in the fourth. A total of 15 different players found the back of the net for FSU. Crowe played the first half and finished with nine saves.

W&J aims to get back on track Saturday when hosting John Carroll at 1:00 pm at Alexandre Stadium.


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