Susquehanna vs. Dickinson
April 24, 2003
Scoring
 
Saves
 
Current Record
Susquehanna4-8
go to Susquehanna page
Scoring
 
Saves
 
Current Record
Dickinson7-7
go to Dickinson page
The Game Story:
Thurs., April 24: Dickinson 21, Susquehanna 11 SELINSGROVE, PA - Jack Miner scored nine goals as Dickinson rolled to a 21-11 win over Susquehanna in men's lacrosse action Thursday afternoon. Miner's performance overshadowed that of Susquehanna senior Andy Nadler, who notched his 100th career goal as part of a four-goal performance for the Crusaders (4-8). Dickinson (7-7) sprinted to a 5-1 lead after one quarter as Miner netted a hat trick. A pair of tallies by junior Scott Hodgson (Wyckoff, NJ/Ramapo H.S.) in a span of 32 seconds were Susquehanna's only goals in the second, as the Red Devils outscored the Crusaders 7-2 in the frame.

Nadler (Westport, CT/Staples H.S.) got on the board with a tally at 12:07 of the third quarter and fired home his historic goal just 1:13 later as the Crusaders scored five goals in 4:25 of the third quarter, but were held off the board for a span of 18:47 between the third and fourth quarters.

For Susquehanna, Hodgson finished with four goals and an assist, while Nadler chipped in three assists. Sophomore Dan St. Ours (Saco, ME/Thornton Academy) came off the bench to net a pair of goals and add an assist, while sophomore Matt Miceli (Emmaus, PA/Emmaus H.S.) added the other tally for the Crusaders.

The leading scorer in program history, Nadler leads the squad with 38 goals and 16 assists on the season and 102 goals and 48 assists for his career. The Red Devils peppered the Susquehanna goal with 60 shots, while the Crusaders finished with 25. Dickinson won the ground-ball battle by a margin of 43-32 and won 14 faceoffs while losing 16 to the Crusaders.

Junior Todd Marquess (Philadelphia, PA/Penn Charter) recorded 12 saves in the Crusader net while Tom Wilson turned away five shots for the Red Devils.