Elizabethtown vs. Immaculata
March 6, 2010
The Game Story:
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. --- Aaron Weber scored four goals and dished out three assists and Cory Boushell and Jon Day added three goals apiece to lead Elizabethtown College to a 14-5 victory over Immaculata University in non-conference men's lacrosse action at Wolf Field Saturday afternoon.

The Blue Jays (1-1 overall) scored the game's first seven goals and finished with a 50-21 advantage in shots over the Mighty Macs (1-1 overall).

Weber scored twice in the first quarter, added a second-quarter assist and tallied two goals and two assists during a six-goal third quarter for the Blue Jays, increasing his school-record career point total to 194 (113 goals, 81 assists).

Day scored a pair of man-up goals while Boushell added two assists for Elizabethtown, while brothers Greg Kenneally and Mike Kenneally, Sean O'Neill and Kyle Huckle also scored goals for the Blue Jays. Brendan Dinneen and Dante Tuscai scored two goals apiece for Immaculata, while Mike Boyd added a fourth-quarter tally for the Mighty Macs.

Boushell opened the scoring with 2:16 gone in the first quarter, and the Blue Jays added three goals in the next 2 1/2 minutes to take a 4-0 lead after five minutes of play. Day and Weber scored late in the quarter as Elizabethtown led 6-0 after the first period, and the Blue Jays carried a 7-1 lead to halftime.

In the third quarter, Boushell and Weber each scored twice while Day and Huckle added goals to give the Blue Jays a 13-2 lead after three quarters. O'Neill recorded the Blue Jays' only fourth-quarter goal, while Tuscai, Boyd and Dinneen found the back of the net for the Mighty Macs.

Elizabethtown finished 2-for-6 with the man advantage while Immaculata converted 1-of-4 opportunities. The Blue Jays tallied 42 ground balls, led by seven from faceoff specialist Brent Campbell, who went 13-for-21 on the afternoon, and five by both Greg and Mike Kenneally. Tuscai accounted for a team-high six of Immaculata's 25 ground balls.

The Blue Jays caused 14 of Immaculata's 37 turnovers, as Dustin Mulcahey and Derek Karsten shared the team lead with three each and Chris Day added a pair.

Brendan Corcoran played the first 38 minutes in goal for the Blue Jays and allowed one goal while making three saves before yielding to Hunter Malick, who made six stops in 22 minutes. Andrew Sim played all but 2 1/2 minutes in goal for the Mighty Macs, making 15 saves on the afternoon.