Men’s Lacrosse Falls At St. Mary’s

Sam Kennedy
Sam Kennedy

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. –Wesley College's men's lacrosse team fell at St. Mary's, 18-3, on Saturday afternoon in Capital Athletic Conference action at Seahawk Stadium.  The Wolverines are now 2-11 overall and 2-6 in the CAC.

St. Mary's (9-4, 6-1 CAC) scored the first four goals of the game before Tony South found the back of the next with 3:18 left in the first period.  James Moss was credited with the assist.

The Seahawks would tack another goal on with two minutes left in the first and Nathan Gorski got it back for the Wolverines to open the second.  St. Mary's then scored the next 13 goals of the game before Joe Donato answered at the 5:38 mark in the fourth. 

Gorski led the team with two points on a goal and an assist while Patrick Mull (3g, 3a), John Dehm (3g, 1a) and Matt Tarrant (3g, 1a) all had hat tricks for the Seahawks.

South, Donato and Dan Tryon all had three ground balls each to pace the squad while Ryan Morris caused three turnovers.  Jack O'Neil won a team-high five faceoffs in 13 attempts.

Matt Ryan saw the first 21:37 of playing time between the pipes and made four saves before giving way to Sam Kennedy who stopped eight shots.

The Wolverines close out their season when they host Neumann on Wednesday, April 18, at 7 pm.  Prior to the game, Wesley will honor seniors Scott Brozey, Ken McDonald and Stephen Taylor who will all be appearing in their final home game at Scott D. Miller Stadium.