#10 Red Devils Use Second-Quarter Run to Best Shoremen, 19-14

#10 Red Devils Use Second-Quarter Run to Best Shoremen, 19-14

Grieves, Pascale Contribute Six Points Each for Shoremen in Loss; Sloan Tallies 100th Career Point

CARLISLE, Pa. — 10th-ranked host Dickinson College out-scored visiting Washington College, 8-1, in the second quarter en route to a 19-14 win in the Centennial Conference men's lacrosse opener for both schools this afternoon on Biddle Field.

#10 Dickinson 19, Washington College 14

How It Happened
- The Shoremen scored the game's first two goals when Cody Pascale netted an extra-man tally off a JP Crowley assist with 11:38 left in the first and Matt Schellenger scored again for the Shoremen 18 seconds later. The Red Devils tied things up with the next two goals, the second by Jack O'Connell off a John Lockwood feed with 4:32 left in the first.
- The Shoremen then ran off an impressive five goals in a span of under three minutes to take a 7-2 lead after one quarter. The first of those goals came off a Casey Grieves tally on a Cooper Sloan assist with 4:02 left in the period and the last also game from Grieves, this time off a Pascale assist, with 1:17 left. Grieves scored four of the five goals in the run.
- The Red Devils ended the run with an extra-man goal by Nick Goles off a Brodie Phillips assist 18 seconds into the second quarter. That was the start of an 8-0 run by the Red Devils to start the second quarter, who built a 10-7 lead on a Phillips goal off an O"Connell assist with 5:27 left in the period. The Shoremen did get one goal back before halftime as Pascale scored off a Kyle Gittelman assist with 3:19 to go, but Dickinson took a 10-8 lead into the intermission.
- After the Shoremen held a 13-9 advantage in shots in the first quarter, the Red Devils had a sizable 23-4 advantage in shots in the second.
- Dickinson opened the third quarter with three straight goals, pushing the lead to 13-8 on a Joel Mayo extra-man goal off a Goles assist with 12:14 on the clock. The Shoremen answered by scoring the next three goals to cut the margin to 13-11 on a Sloan goal with 8:56 on the clock. O'Connell scored for the Red Devils with 4:30 left, but Pascale scored an extra-man goal off a Grieves assist 25 seconds after that to make the score 14-12. Goles scored the final goal of the third, with 2:03 left, as Dickinson brought a 15-12 advantage into the fourth quarter.
- The Red Devils scored the first two goals of the fourth to match their biggest lead of the game as Max Menkes scored off an O'Connell assist for a 17-12 lead with 11:49 left. Neither team would score again before Pascale scored off a Brady O'Neill assist with 3:10 to go, but O'Connell responded with a goal for the Red Devils 22 seconds later. Kevin Trapp scored an extra-man goal off an assist from Zack Gorrasi for the Shoremen and O'Connell scored off a Lockwood assist in the game's final minutes to provide the final margin.

For the Shoremen (2-5, 0-1 Centennial Conference)
- Scoring Leaders: Grieves (5 goals, assist); Pascale (4 goals, 2 assists); Sloand (2 goals, assist)
- In Goal: Chris Del Rosario (17 saves, 19 goals allowed, 60:00)

For Dickinson (6-2, 1-0 Centennial Conference)
- Scoring Leaders: O'Connell (6 goals, 2 assists); Goles (3 goals, 4 assists); Phillips (3 goals, 2 assists); Lockwood (goal, two assists)
- In Goal: Cole Pellicano (12 saves, 14 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Dickinson held a 59-33 advantage in shots in the game.

- Sloan became the second Washington player to notch 100 career points this season as Grieves achieved the milestone on March 9.  Sloan got his century point on a goal with 10:26 left in the third to cut the Dickinson lead to 13-9.

Up Next
3/27 v. Ursinus - 7 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)