Leopards Finish Season with 14-5 Defeat at Lehigh

Go Leopards!

April 20, 2013

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(3-10), (0-6)
 
  1 2 3 4 F
 Lafayette 2 1 1 1 5
 No. 14/16 Lehigh 4 5 4 1 14

Box Score


(10-4), (6-0)
 
 
 
 Scoring Summary
 Player  Assist Time
LU - Taylor Drake 14:03 (1)
LU - Taylor (2) DiMaria 10:29 (1)
LU - Ferraro Stiefel 9:04 (1)
LU - DiMaria Taylor 5:25 (1)
LC - Bock Wanke 4:00 (1)
LC - Wanke Bock 0:43 (1)
LU - Corbett DiMaria (2) 13:58 (2)
LU - Taylor (3) Hess 11:58 (2)
LC - Bock Wanke (2) 10:15 (2)
LU - DiMaria (2) unassisted 7:38 (2)
LU - DiMaria (3) unassisted 3:58 (2)
LU - Cahill DiMaria (3) 1:23 (2)
LU - Taylor (4) Hess (2) 9:49 (3)
LU - Fantoni Taylor (2) 8:27 (3)
LC - Round  Ahsler

7:45 (3)

LU - Stiefel Taylor (3) 6:06 (3)
LU - Heston unassisted 1:31 (3)
LC - Mann unassisted 5:24 (4)
LU - Smith Heston 4:12 (4)
 
 Goalkeepers
 Player Mins GA S
 LU - Poillon (9-2) 27:47 3 5
 LC - Hyatt (3-9) 57:10 14 9

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Lafayette men’s lacrosse team finished up its 2013 season in Bethlehem, Pa. on Saturday evening with a 14-5 loss to archrival Lehigh. The Leopards ended the year with an overall record of 3-10 and went 0-6 in conference play.

Junior goalkeeper Jake Hyatt’s double-digit save streak ended as he came up just one shy on the evening with nine saves and 14 goals allowed.

Sophomore attack Brian Bock led the Leopards’ attack with two goals and one assist, while freshman Kevin Wanke added a goal and two assists. Sophomore Sonny Round added the fourth goal, offensively.

For Lehigh, Dan Taylor notched four goals and three assists, while David DiMaria chipped in with three goals and three assists.

The Mountain Hawks edged Lafayette in most of the major statistical categories with a 42-36 advantage in shots and a 29-28 edge in ground balls. Lafayette did have the edge in faceoffs with senior Greg Rau winning 12 of the 23 draws.

Lehigh proved its national ranking early as it scored the opening four tallies with two from Taylor to take a 4-0 lead with 5:25 remaining in the first quarter. Bock and Wanke connected on opposite ends of stat sheet to stop the run and cut the lead to two at the end of the first quarter.

In the second, Lehigh dominated as its five goals were matched by only one tally from Bock. After the halftime break, Lehigh kept control with a 4-1 advantage in the third quarter and cruised in the fourth for the 14-5 victory.

The Patriot League Tournament is set for April 26-28 on the campus of Lehigh and will feature the Mountain Hawks, Raiders of Colgate, Black Knights of Army and Bison of Bucknell.

 


 

 

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