Wells vs. Mount St Mary
April 2, 2012
The Game Story:
AURORA, N.Y. - The Mount Saint Mary College men's lacrosse team snapped a three game losing skid with a 10-8 win over Wells College on Monday afternoon. With the win, the Mount moves uo to 5-6 on the season, while the Express evens their overall record at 3-3.

Mount junior Nick Findlay (Elmont, N.Y.) opened up the scoring with an unassisted tally at the 9:47 mark that put the Knights up 1-0 in the early going. The Express followed with a goal of their own just 19 seconds later to even the score, 1-1. The Mount regained the lead with just over five minutes to go in the first, as freshman Jake Robison (Franklin Square, N.Y.) buried a feed from classmate CJ Cardo (Merrick, N.Y.).

Mount freshman David Hobbs (Baldwin, N.Y.) added the Knights' lone goal of the second quarter and the Express added three tallies to jump ahead, 4-3, at the break.

Cardo evened the score at 4-4 in the opening minutes of the third quarter, before a goal by Wells senior David Kaus (Erie, Pa.) put the Express back up by one. Findlay added an unassisted tally just 12 seconds after Kaus' goal, but Kaus quickly struck again to maintain the lead.

Trailing by one, Robison netted his second of the night with 19 seconds left in the third to knot things up, 6-6. Hobbs, Findlay and Robison each added goals in the first five minutes of the fourth to put the Knights on top by three, 9-6.

The Express threatened for the lead, when Wells sophomore Forrest Lambert (Aurora, Colo.) scored his first of the day with 6:05 remaining on the clock to cut the Knights' lead to one, 9-8. Robison scored his fourth of the day at the 2:51 mark to ice the win for the Knights.

Robison finished with a game-high four goals, while Findlay followed closely behind with three. Hobbs tallied three points (2G,1A) and Cardo added a goal and an assist. Sophomore goalkeeper Shawn Cobstill (Oneonta, N.Y.) was instrumental in preserving the win, making 18 saves.

Wells freshman Nicholas Dolan (Englewood, Colo.) led the Express with three goals and Kaus finished with three points (2G,1A).