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Lyndon State Men's Lacrosse 19 vs Husson 11

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LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – The Husson University men’s lacrosse team was defeated by Lyndon State College, 19-11, as the Hornet’s celebrated their Senior Day on Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles got on the board quickly with back-to-back unassisted goals from Owen Richmond and Zach Glazier. Lyndon then called a timeout and got it together as they sailed in five straight goals, two of which came from Logan Parenti (Salem, N.H.), pushing the score to 5-2. On a man-up opportunity at the 15 second mark, Brooks Gay finished off the scoring for the first quarter bringing the Eagles within two.

The second quarter saw nothing but net from the Hornets as they pitched in seven straight goals until Gay got the lone goal for the Eagles. The Hornets went into the second half with the 12-4 advantage.

Within the first six minutes, Husson notched three straight, two of which came from Jacob Boothby. In the final seven minutes, the Hornets would then answer back with three of their own making it 15-7.

Glazier hit a goal at the 13:59 and 10:27 mark to put the score at 15-9. Ian Pelkey (Milton, Vt.) sailed in an unassisted goal while Boothby answered back soon after. The Hornets pushed in three more, while the Eagles grasped their final goal at the 1:17 mark, leaving the Hornets with the 19-11 victory.

Spencer Aubin (Sharon, Mass.) grasped four goals, two assists, and three ground balls. Konner Bick (North Syracuse, N.Y.) and Zachary Carey (Exeter, N.H.) added three goals and an assist each.

Gay, Glazier, and Boothby collected three goals apiece while Gay also had five ground balls.

Shane Morin was clutch in goal for the Hornets with nine saves and eight ground balls taking the win for the day. Nick Zavorotny had eight saves with the loss.

Lyndon (8-5, 4-1 NAC) travels to Johnson State College on Monday with a 4:30 p.m. start.

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