Bryant Uses Big Third Quarter to Upset No. 17 Drexel

"It's game five, and he has been exactly the same," said Pressler. "Now, he's saving the ball and catching those shots, and he's doing great in the clearing game as well. This kind of performance is something we've grown accustomed to and come to count on. If there is a finer goalie in college lacrosse this season, I haven't seen him yet."

Bryant went 2 for 3 on the day in extra-man opportunities, holding Drexel to a 2 of 5 mark and forcing three failed clears from the Dragon ranks. The Bulldogs won the ground ball game, 32-25, and outshot their visitors, 40-38.

Saturday's win marks the team's second over a ranked opponent this season after topping then-No. 14/15 Bucknell in the home opener, 12-9, on February 15. The Bulldogs now have three victories over ranked opponents in the Division I era.

Bryant returns to action Tuesday, March 11 for a 3:00 p.m. match-up at Monmouth University.

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