Schenectady, New York – 13 different players scored as the Union College men’s lacrosse team #5/6 beat Emerson College 21-8 in a non-conference game Saturday afternoon at Frank Bailey Field in the Bertagna class. 16 players scored at least 1 point. Stadium in 1985.
Senior peter burns He recorded 2 goals and 3 assists, leading all players with 5 points.Junior peter kip Scored four game-high goals as a junior Michael Shaw and Jake Maverdy Each scored 3 goals (2 goals, 1 assist).senior citizen cole hartman and Jake Titus Both scored twice each and the other seven scored once.
Union (5-0) dominated all aspects of the game, beating Emerson (3-4) by a margin of 68-27, stealing 19 balls from Emerson with 51 ground balls and winning 26 of 33 duels. I won.Junior Matthew Paolat 10 out of 11 draws, sophomore Luke McHugh 11 out of 15 from X, 1st year Luke Tranter It’s now 5 to 7.
Union came back with the next five after Emerson’s Benson Offitt scored the first goal of the game. Barnes scored 27 seconds after Offitto, and a clean face-off win from Paolat led to a Mabaldi goal eight seconds later to put Union ahead for good. At home his side scored four more goals and he led 6-2 after 15 minutes.
The Lions faced Union early in the second quarter, scoring two of their first three goals and trailing 7-4 with 11:53 remaining. However, the Union struck quickly again to steal momentum, with Kipp and Shaw scoring 45 seconds apart, and goals from Hartmann, Mavaldi and Kipp soon after to put the home side up 12–4.Junior Henry Quaintance They made their first addition of the year with 1:15 left to make the score 13-5 at half.
Union scored 6 of their first 7 goals in the third frame, including their first senior career tally cooper widener and freshman emmet linea goal from a junior Zach Davis and freshman hazen pike. Junior Clayton Arcry and Finn Garrity He scored his first goal of the season in the fourth period, closing out the scoring for the home side.
1st year Gavin Trahan Making three saves in the first half and making his first college start with a goal. Sophomore Ward Tucker He stopped 8 of 11 shots in the last 30 minutes and got called in the second stanza.
After taking some time off for the finals, Union will return to action on March 21 when the team heads to Austin, Texas to face Middlebury College in the Spring Break Battle.