Cabrini vs. Shenandoah
March 24, 2012
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|The Game Story:|
|RADNOR, Pa. – The Cabrini College men's lacrosse team was itching to return to game action after a week off. The Cavaliers worked their fresh legs to the tune of a 24-1 win over the visiting Shenandoah University Hornets today at Edith Robb Dixon Field.|
The win, Cabrini's fifth in a row, improves the Cavaliers to 6-2 (1-0 CSAC) on the year. The victory also extends the nation's longest active conference win streak to 84 games.
Fifteen Cavaliers found the net in today's game, led by senior Brian Hill. The senior recorded a career game, with five goals and four assist for nine points, all career bests. The biggest of his five goals came at the 10:48 mark of the second quarters.
Sophomore Corey Elmer found Hill for the 100th goal of his career. Hill is the sixth Cavalier to reach the milestone and currently sits at #6 on Cabrini's all-time goal scoring list with 101 career tallies.
The Blue and White jumped on the Hornets early and put the game out of reach in the opening 15 minutes. Freshman Mike Leyden scored the first of his two goals just over a minute into the game.
Fellow freshman Damian Sobieski scored his ninth of the season just over three minutes into action. Junior Bobby Thorp scored the first of his two just two minutes later.
Freshman Anthony DiSanzo and Hill tallied the next two goals just five seconds apart, just missing tying the NCAA Division III record for fastest consecutive goals by the same time. The record of four seconds has been accomplished three times.
Thorp's second, a pair from Hill and a goal by sophomore Matt Biegel gave the Cavaliers a 9-0 lead after the first period.
The Cavaliers continued their solid play into the second period as sophomore JoJo Cooper scored the second goal of his career followed by senior Joe Arrell's third of the season. Hill's milestone goal came 40 seconds later, followed by an Elmer goal.
Freshman Kevin MacQuilliam's first of three scores on the day came 44 seconds before halftime and gave the Blue and White a 14-0 lead after two quarters.
The Cavaliers added four goals in the third quarter including Leyden's second and Hill's fifth. Junior J.T. Ervin and freshman Enrique Montoya also scored their second goals of the season in the third quarter.
Freshman Eric Streicher opened the final period with his first collegiate goal before the Hornets tallied their lone goal at the 12:38 mark. MacQuilliam added a pair of goals while Montoya and freshman Julius Mouser notched scores in the period. Sophomore James Lindsay joined Cooper with his second career goal.
Arrell added three assists, while Lindsay and Montoya added two helpers each.
Cabrini's offense started in the faceoff circle, as the Cavaliers won 24 of the game's 29 faceoffs. Freshman Anthony DiNenno was a perfect 12-12, while sophomores Dave Martina and Josh Sutterfield went 4-4 each.
DiNenno and Cooper also added six ground balls each.