March 12, 2011

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No. 15 Cabrini Coasts Past Kenyon

from press release

RADNOR, Pa.
– The No. 20 Cabrini men's lacrosse team captured its second straight win on Saturday afternoon, topping North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) opponent Kenyon College at Edith Robb Dixon Field. Sophomore midfielder Jeff Crosby (Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central Regional HS) posted a team-high four points with four goals for the Cavaliers in the victory.

Senior midfielder Dan Terenick (Woodlynn, Pa./Ridley HS) tallied three points with three goals. Freshman attackman Matt Biegel (West Chester, Pa./West Chester East HS) also recorded three points, netting two goals and handing out one assist.

Senior attackman Paul Skulski (Glen Mills, Pa./Garnet Valley HS) directed the Cabrini offense and totaled four points with four assists. Senior midfielder Mike Gurenlian (Springfield, Pa./Springfield Delco HS) and sophomore attackman Bobby Thorp (Marlton, N.J./Cherokee HS) each added two assists.

Junior attackman Brian Hill (Folsom, Pa./Ridley HS) paired one goal with one point. Sophomore midfielder Brandon Dunn (Berwyn, Pa./Conestoga HS) and freshman midfielder JoJo Cooper (Davidsonville, Md./South River HS) each deposited their first career goals with the Blue & White.

The Cavaliers' offense generated 54 shot attempts and boasted 13 players with at least one point.

After the Lords opened the contest with the game's first goal at the 12:10 mark of the first quarter, Cabrini ran off five unanswered scores and led 5-1 with 12:59 remaining in the second period. Terenick keyed the run with two goals.

Terenick added his third goal of the afternoon with 9:03 left before halftime. The Cavaliers closed the first 30 minutes with two goals and owned an 8-3 advantage at the intermission.

Cabrini began the third stanza with five straight goals and led by 10 goals, 13-3, at the 7:11 mark. Biegel and Crosby each netted two goals during the run. Cooper tallied the Cavaliers' final marker of the game with four seconds remaining in the quarter.

The Blue & White won the groundball battle, 39-29. Cabrini also won 15-of-26 face-off attempts.

Sophomore goalkeeper Erick Zarzecki (Owings Mills, Md./Pikesville HS) made the start for the Cavaliers and played nearly 50 minutes, recording eight saves. Freshman Steve Oppenheimer (Conshohocken, Pa./Germantown Academy) came on in relief and posted two stops.

Freshman attackman Will Lowe and senior attackman Ben Trachtenberg each scored two goals for Kenyon (1-2) in the loss. Freshman midfielder Chris King dished two assists for the Lords.

Junior goalkeeper Austin Anusbigian totaled 21 saves for Kenyon.

Cabrini (2-2) will play its first game of the 2011 season on the road on Wednesday, March 16 at No. 16 Gettysburg College. The opening face-off against the Bullets is set for 3 p.m.


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