Guilford vs. Kenyon
March 5, 2003
The Game Story:
Greensboro, NC (3/5/03) - Julian Quasha and Justin Hamilton scored three goals apiece to lead visiting Kenyon past Guilford, 13-4, Wednesday in non-conference men's lacrosse action. The Lords improve to 2-0 with the win, while the Quakers drop to 1-1.

After Guilford's Chip Hill scored the game's first goal with a man advantage, Kenyon erupted for eight straight tallies to take an 8-1 halftime lead. Will Walker got the Lords on the scoreboard with three minutes left in the first quarter and then Quasha tallied twice in a 76-second span around Dylan Sage's first goal of the season for a 4-1 Kenyon lead after one quarter.

Ben Gildin opened the second-quarter scoring with his first goal of the year at the 7:12 mark. He set up Hamilton's first goal of the game less than two minutes later. Jason McCaw and Hamilton each scored in the last 36 seconds of the second quarter.

Ed Massello and Won Hill scored third-quarter goals to pull the Quakers within 8-3 with 10:10 left in the third, but Kenyon's defense clamped down and limited Guilford to just seven shots for the remainder of the game.

Sophomore Dave Nieman made seven of Kenyon's eight saves. Aaron Skiles had 18 stops for the Quakers, one shy of his career high. Kenyon outshot Guilford, 58-16, and enjoyed a 46-32 advantage in ground balls. Guilford entertains DeSales Saturday (3/8) at 1:00, while Kenyon concludes its spring trip at Roanoke Saturday.