King's College vs. Bethany
March 17, 2012
The Game Story:
Wilkes-Barre, PA-- The King's College men's lacrosse team posted its highest goal total of the season and continued to play stifling defense as they defeated visiting Bethany College 11-1 Saturday afternoon at McCarthy Stadium.

Jake Cochran started the scoring for the Monarchs netting the first goal of the game unassisted at the 11:35 mark in the first quarter. The Monarchs would tack on a man-up goal at 9:48 from Kieran McMahon and another goal just 12 seconds later by Tim Fulton to build a 3-0 lead.

King's tallied three more goals in the first quarter including a pair of unassisted tallies by Lenny Fox at 8:58 and 4:13. Mike O'Brien scored with 44 seconds to play in the first quarter to give the Monarchs a 6-0 lead.

The lone goal for the Bison came early in the second quarter when Christian Simon buried a Vince Frammartino pass with 11:14 to play in the second. The Monarchs put up four unanswered goals to end the half paced by a two goals from freshman Kevin Sweeney.

Edward Dowse finished the scoring with 10:06 on the clock in the third. The teams played a scoreless fourth quarter.

Fox led the Monarchs offensive attack putting three balls in the net. Sweeney and O'Brien each tallied two gaols. McMahon and Cochran each picked up a goal and an assist.

King's out shot the Bison 38-14 and won 15-of-16 faceoffs. The Monarchs also got their extra-man offense started scoring twice a man-up.

The Monarchs improved to 2-4 overall and will return to action on the road when they make the trip to Utica next Saturday for a 1:00 p.m. start.