Mount Saint Vincent vs. Richard Stockton
April 6, 2013
The Game Story:
Box Score
Yonkers, N.Y. – The College of Mount Saint Vincent Men's Lacrosse team dropped its fourth straight game on Saturday afternoon with an 18-3 loss to visiting Richard Stockton. John Petito (Staten Island, N.Y.) scored twice for the Dolphins and Kyle Kalibat (Oceanside, N.Y.) made 10 saves in goal.

Richard Stockton broke Saturday's game open early with five scores from five different players in the opening period. The Ospreys would take a 9-0 lead into halftime after scoring four more times in the second. Cal Sebor scored twice in the second and netted three goals before halftime.

The visitors outshot Mount Saint Vincent 27-9 in the first 30 minutes and won the groundball battle in the first half 30-13. Sebor, Nick Bologno and Drew Wright all finished the first 30 minutes with at least two goals.

Mount Saint Vincent would be held off the scoreboard until the 11:50 mark of the fourth quarter when Bryan Stein (Larchmont, N.Y.) scored his 11th goal of the season. The marker snapped a string of 16 straight goals from Stockton. Petito added his team leading 18th and 19th goals in the final five minutes of regulation.

Petito and Liam McHugh (Ardsley, N.Y.) each finished the game with five groundballs, with McHugh causing three of the team's nine turnovers. Derek Wilson (Brooklyn, N.Y.) won seven face-offs on the day for the Dolphins.

Bologno led nine different goal scorers for Stockton with six tallies and Wright and Sebor each finished the game with three. Bologno closed the day with eight points after assisting two other goals. Eugene Isola led all players with 12 groundballs and Zach Wilkins caused three turnovers.

Anthony Montalbano picked up the win in goal for the Ospreys after making eight saves on the day. Kalibat suffered the loss after stopping 10 Richard Stockton shots.

Richard Stockton dominated in shots on Saturday 56-23 and in groundballs 52-31. The Ospreys also won 15 of the 23 face-offs taken, with Isola winning 11.

Saturday's loss drops Mount Saint Vincent to 4-7 overall on the season and to 0-2 in Skyline Conference play. The Dolphins will be back in action again on Wednesday when they welcome Maritime. Face-off is set for 7:00 p.m.