March 31, 2012
UMW Men's Lacrosse Falls at St. Mary's, 8-6, in CAC Contest
The University of Mary Washington men's lacrosse team jumped out
to a 3-0 lead but St. Mary's College netted seven straight goals in
an 8-6 win over the Eagles on Saturday in St. Mary's City in
Capital Athletic Conference action. The Eagles fall to 7-3 overall
and 2-2 in CAC play.
The Eagles led, 2-0, after one quarter, as Harry Snyder
and John Bohlinger netted goals, and upped the lead to
3-0 on a Paul Tunick score with 13:42 left in the
second. After a Seahawk goal, Luke Dick scored on a
Bohlinger assist to up UMW's lead to 4-1 with 9:59 left before
From there, St. Mary's scored seven straight goals, including four
straight5 to open the fourth quarter. UMW scored late goals from
Bohlinger and Tunick, but could draw no closer than 8-6.
St. Mary's led in shots, 37-27, and in ground balls, 31-22. Senior
goalie Matt Prin had 11 saves for the Eagles.
Mary Washington will host top-ranked Salisbury University on
Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. in another conference matchup.