Mary Washington vs. Salisbury
March 31, 2010
The Game Story:
The university of Mary Washington men's lacrosse team dropped a 15-7 decision to second-ranked Salisbury University on Wednesday afternoon at the Battleground. The Eagles fall to 4-6 overall and 0-2 in Capital Athletic Conference play.

Salisbury opened the scoring with 12:01 remaining in the first quarter on a goal by Sam Bradman. Less than two minutes later, the Eagles tied the score on a score from junior Evan Weiss at 10:19.

From there, Salisbury scored four straight goals to extend the lead to 5-1. Sophomore Harry Snyder cut the deficit to 5-2 with 8:36 left in the second, but Salisbury closed the half with four straight goals to take a 9-2 advantage at intermission.

The scoring came fast and furious to start the third quarter, as both teams scored in the first 24 seconds. The Eagles scored again with 10:23 left in the quarter on a goal from Kohl Meyer to cut the deficit to 10-4. After Salisbury scored three straight to assume a 13-4 lead, the Eagles closed the game by scoring three of the final five goals of the game, including by tallies from Weiss and a pair from senior James Fitzella.

Sophomore goalie Matt Prin had another great game for UMW, making 20 saves. Salisbury's Johnny Rodriguez made six stops. Salisbury outshot UMW, 44-18, and had 40 ground balls to 28 for the Eagles. The Sea Gulls were also 18-18 on clears, and won 17 of 25 faceoffs.

Mary Washington will visit York College in another CAC contest on Saturday at 1:00 p.,m