ARLINGTON, Va. – Wesley College's men's lacrosse team dropped a Capital Athletic Conference game at Marymount, 15-5, on Wednesday night at Long Bridge Park. The Wolverines now stand at 5-8 overall with a 0-7 mark in the CAC while the Saints improve to 5-9 with a 2-5 record in league play.
Marymount scored the first four goals of the game before Sam Seibert put Wesley on the board with 10:11 left in the first quarter. The Saints, however, scored two-straight to close out the period and the teams played even in the second quarter and Marymount led, 8-3, at the half.
Seibert was the lone Wolverine with two points while Ryan Ramsey led all players with seven ground balls, and Sylvester Tatman caused a game-high two turnovers. Josh Dean struggled in goal for Wesley, stopping just three shots in 41-plus minutes before Sam Kennedy stopped four shots in the final 18:22.
At the 'X', Jack O'Neill was credited going 14-of-23 on faceoffs.
Nathan Beard led the saints with a hat trick while also dishing out an assist.
The Wolverines close out the season on Saturday, April 18 when they host Southern Virginia in a 1 pm faceoff.