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Wentworth Snaps Men's Lacrosse Win Streak At Three

Wentworth Snaps Men's Lacrosse Win Streak At Three

THE BASICS 

Score: Wentworth 12, Emerson 3

Records: Emerson Lions (3-1) ; Wentworth Leopards (4-1) 

Location: Boston, Mass. (Rotch Field)

Date: Saturday, March 17, 2018

The Lead: Junior Cameron Radenberg (Los Angeles, Calif.) tallied a pair of goals for the Lions as the Emerson men's lacrosse team saw its win streak snapped at three in a 12-3 setback at the hands of the Wentworth Leopards on Saturday afternoon. 

 

INSIDE THE NUMBERS 

  • Radenberg racked up two of Emerson's three goals on six shots and was also credited with an assist. 
  • Junior Marshall Tate (Taunton, Mass.) netted the third Lions goal along with one ground ball, while sophomore Austin DiPietro picked up a game high 10 ground balls. 
  • Junior Bailey Kennedy (Swampscott, Mass.) manned the net for Emerson for all 60 minutes and allowed 12 goals on 36 shots, coming away with 14 saves.
  • Dolan McCarthy paced all scorers with five Wentworth goals, while Kyle Doner and Ben Coakley each tallied a pair of goals with Coakley also registering two assists and Doner with one.
  • Also finding the back of the net for Wentworth was Kevin Butler, Jason Buck and Jacob Eldred.
  • On the defensive end, Brad Krueger scooped up four ground balls and both Jake Ollila and Kilian Ryan each caused two turnovers. 
  • In the net for Wentworth to start the first half was Adam Dufault, who allowed two goals on four shots and came away with a pair of saves, while Scott Boucher finished the game allowing a goal and five saves.
  • Wentworth outshot Emerson 36-18 and also held the advantage within the X (13-6), while the Lions picked up 29 ground balls to the Leopard's 17. 
  • The Lions went 11-for-15 in clears and were 0-for-5 while on the man-up advantage and the Leopards were 17-of-19 in successful clears while going 0-for-1 with the man advantage. 

 

HOW IT HAPPENED 

  • McCarthy found the back of the net 47 seconds into the opening frame to give Wentworth the 1-0 lead (14:13) until Radenberg fired in Emerson's first goal at 11:52 to even the score. 
  • The rest of the quarter's scoring was done by Wentworth starting with a go-ahead net from Coakley at 10:03 to put the Leopards ahead 2-1. 
  • Nets from McCarthy, Doner and Butler extended the visitors lead up to four as Emerson were in a 5-1 hole at the 3:58 mark of the stanza. 
  • Radenberg's unassisted marker broke up Wentworth's string of goals at 10:44 of the second quarter to put Emerson within a trio at 5-2. 
  • After the Lions inched back within three with 10 minutes to play in the opening half, two nets from McCarthy highlighted a spurt of four goals to give the Leopards a 9-2 lead going into halftime.
  • Emerson was held scoreless throughout the third frame as Wentworth propelled themselves to a nine-goal cushion backed by goals from McCarthy and Coakley with the score at 11-2.
  • Set up by Radenberg, Tate registered Emerson's third goal three minutes into the fourth quarter at 10:28, but it was Buck's net at 10:28 that sealed the Lions' 12-3 setback.

 

UP NEXT
Emerson hits the road on Monday, March 19 at Nichols for a 7:00 p.m. non conference contest. 

Wentworth will also be in action as well on Monday night and will host Anna Maria at 7:00 p.m.

 

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