Men's Lacrosse Blown Away by Colby Mules

Photo by Monty Rand Photography
Photo by Monty Rand Photography

WATERVILLE, Maine - Husson men's lacrosse (0-5) continued to prepare for their North Atlantic Conference schedule with a non-conference game at Colby College (1-1), as the Eagles fell to the Mules, 27-3, on Tuesday night. 

IN THE ACTION: 

Mason Brady scored four goals as he paced the Mules to 20 goals in the first half. Matthew Boynton got Husson on the board in the first quarter with his second goal of the season, to cut an early 6-1 deficit.

Colby added on six more goals in the third period, separated by Gunner McAllister's ninth goal of the year as he continues to record at least one tally in every game so far this season. The Eagles held the Monks to just one goal in the final frame as they matched their host with a point of their own from Darryn Bailey. The first-year midfielder potted his first collegiate goal from teammate Ben Huynh who also recorded his first collegiate point to close out the night. 

TEAM STATS:

The Mules led the Eagles in shots (43-7), face-off victories (23-7), and caused turnovers (12-4). Both teams scored on their only man up opportunities.

THE KEEPERS:

Colby split time in net between Matt Rocha who started in net, making a save on two shots, while Billy Chizmar came in for the third quarter and stopped one shot out of two. Copper Giblin finished out the fourth frame between the posts and allowed one goal on the only shot he faced.  

Husson also split time in net as Kyle Prior got the start and made eight saves on 28 shots while Bryan Wagg stopped three shots on ten total in the second half. 

LEADERS - HUSSON 

  • McAllister and Boynton scored a goal as they each fired three shots and recovered two ground balls.

  • Bailey recorded a goal on his only shot of the evening.

  • Brendan McNally caused two turnovers and picked up a ground ball.

LEADERS - COLBY

  • Brady scored four goals on four shots and had an assist.

  • Charlie Lynch recorded a hat trick while also dishing two assists.

  • David Strabley led the defense with five ground balls and four caused turnovers.

UP NEXT!

The Green and Gold have one more game before their spring break trip as they travel to Hannaford Field in Gorham, Maine to take on the University of Southern Maine in a non-conference match on Saturday, March 7th at 3:00 p.m.