READING - The Albright College men's lacrosse team routed local rival Alvernia 20-4 on Wednesday, getting a total team effort from the roster.
The Lions got points from 17 different players, used four goalies (Jordan DiZenzo, Kevin Parker, Thomas Mitchell and John Kirk), and had 45 total players see the field.
Philip Potter had a hat trick, with Ryan Turner and Nate Rhoads adding two goals and an assist each. Also scoring twice each were Justin Brown and Tyler Strayline. Nicholas Pisko and Ray Shalvoy added two assists apiece.
Darian Meador won 15-of-18 faceoffs and picked up nine ground balls. Also winning faceoffs were Andrew Potter (5-of-7) and Brandon Brown (2-of-2).
Defensively, Tim McCrudden caused a turnover and picked up four ground balls. Parker, a freshman, saw most of the action in the cage, saving eight shots while allowing just three goals.
Courtesy Albright Athletics.
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