FREDERICK, Md.- The Hood College men's lacrosse team beat the Alvernia Golden Wolves 24-7 on Senior Day in Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth play. The Blazers have notched their tenth win on the season, setting a new program record for wins in a season. The 24 goals also ranks second all-time for a single game in Hood history.
Inside the Box Score
- Patrick Hurley, Bentley LeBarron, and Grayson Zubradt each notched four goals. Hurley had an assist.
- Jason Jaworski recorded two goals and two assists. Eddie Somerville scored two goals with one assist.
- Zak Kooser added two assists and three caused turnovers.
- Vashon Davis, Khari Smart, and Daniel Kauffman each scored their first career goals.
- Ben Gilbert went 11 of 16 on faceoffs and notched a goal. Sean Wise went 6 of 7 and Shea Anderson went 9 of 11 on faceoffs.
- Noah Waterlander made eight saves in 45 minutes. Trenton Lazorchak and Kyle Morgenroth stopped two shots apiece in the final period.
How it Happened
- Alvernia opened up the scoring before Hood went on a six goal run to lead 6-1 after one period. LeBarron and Hurley scored twice while Zubradt and Jaworski found the net once.
- Gilbert scooped up the faceoff and took it straight to goal for an 8-2 advantage just under two minutes into the second quarter.
- The Golden Wolves responded with two consecutive goals before the Blazers ended the half on a four goal run to lead 12-4 at the half.
- Hood continued the run into the second half with a tally by Davis that increased Hood's lead to 15-4 at the 8:56 mark of the third period.
- The Blazers led 19-5 going into the fourth.
- Both teams traded goals before Hood ended the game with three straight goals, one each by Smart, Kyle Wilkinson, and Kauffman, to cap the scoring.
- Sam St. Croix and Keith Lake both had two goals. St. Croix had an assist.
- Andrew Ritchie had two assists and two caused turnovers.
- Jacob O'Donnell recorded 21 saves.
- Hood bumps up to 3-3 in conference play.
- Alvernia falls to 0-5 in the conference.
The Blazers host Messiah on Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m.