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Babson Storms Past Men's Lacrosse

Babson Storms Past Men's Lacrosse


Score: Babson 19, Emerson 4

Records: Emerson Lions (5-7, 0-3 NEWMAC) ; Babson Beavers (6-5, 3-0 NEWMAC)

Location: Babson Park, Mass. (MacDowell Field)

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018 

The Lead: The Emerson men's lacrosse team dropped a 19-4 decision at the hands of the Babson Beavers in NEWMAC play on Saturday afternoon and saw freshman Joe Meyers (Carmel, N.Y.) put in two goals for the Lions. 


  • Meyers found the back of the net two times for Emerson and sophomore Austin DiPietro dominated in the X, winning 18-of-24 with an additional game high 10 ground ball pick ups. 
  • Junior Cameron Radenberg (Los Angeles, Calif.) was credited with three assists and Lions goalkeeper junior Bailey Kennedy (Swampscott, Mass.) came away with six saves.
  • Five different Babson players tallied two goals apiece including Samuel Mishkind, Thomas Jung, Matthew MacCune, Ade Akande and Will Messner. 
  • Mason O'Hanlon and Jung each dished out a pair of assists, while Joseph Richard scooped four ground balls, Jack Tague led with four caused turnovers and Erik Patriquin won 5-of-10 in the face-off circle.
  • Babson net minders Jordan Shapiro and Andrew Tymkiv made eight and four saves, respectively. 


  • Babson opened the first three minutes of the game with three nets, including two from Mishkind, to take a 3-0 lead before Emerson got on the board at 5:09 on Meyers' first goal, yet Harrison Page tallied the quarter's final goal with the score at 4-1 (1:57). 
  • The Beavers outscored the Lions 9-1 within the second quarter with all nine goals coming from the sticks of nine different Beavers and gave the hosts a lengthy 13-2 lead at the half.
  • Emerson trailed 14-2 after Akande netted the third frame's only goal late in the quarter. 
  • After Messner and Owen Peterson upped Babson's lead to 16-2, junior Jared Brush (Detroit, Mich.) and Meyers netted back-to-back goals to put the score at 16-4 with 7:40 on the clock in the fourth. 
  • The remaining five minutes saw the hosts find the back of the net three more times to ice the win. 


  • Emerson hosts MIT on Wednesday, April 18 at 5:00 p.m. 
  • Babson will also be in action on Wednesday night at Wheaton (Mass.) at 7:00 p.m.