#20 Men's Lacrosse Dominates Hampden-Sydney, 16-10

#20 Men's Lacrosse Dominates Hampden-Sydney, 16-10

Score: #20 Lynchburg 16, Hampden-Sydney 10

Location: Lynchburg, Va. (Shellenberger Field)

Records: Lynchburg 9-5 (6-1 ODAC), Hampden-Sydney 10-5 (4-3)

From the Face-Off

#20 Lynchburg hosted the Hampden-Sydney Tigers in a pivotal Old Dominion Athletic Conference game on a beautiful night on Shellenberger Field.

Game Breakdown

- Hampden-Sydney jumped out to a 1-0 lead off of the opening faceoff with a goal from Ian Levin

- Lynchburg answered quickly with three goals in just over two minutes with freshman midfielder Kevin Rogers, senior midfielder Daniel Owens, and sophomore attackman Andrew Thomas off of an assist from sophomore attackmen Logan Adams

- Levin tallied his second goal to make the score 3-2 with 9:03 left in the first quarter

- Chandler Shaheen scored unassisted to tie the score at three

- Owens tallied his second goal of the game on an assist from senior midfielder Harrison Brennan to put the Hornets up 4-3

- Connor Pool would score for the Tigers to even the score at four on an assist from Duncan Morris.

- Brennan tallied sweeping to the middle of the field to put the Hornets ahead 5-4 at the end of the first quarter

- Lynchburg opened the second quarter with four straight goals with Owens, Adams, senior midfielder Chris Camarca, and sophomore attackman Evan Lombardo all scoring to give the Hornets a 9-4 lead

- Shaheen scored his second goal to make the score 9-5 at the half

- Hampden-Sydney cut the lead to two with back to back goals from Duncan Morris to open the third quarter

- Camarca found the back of the net for his second goal of the day dodging underneath his defender from the wing and slamming the ball in the low corner of the goal

- Freshman long stick midfielder Jake Vignali scored with 54 seconds remaining in the third quarter to give the Hornets an 11-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter

- Camarca scored his third goal of the game in transition off an assist from sophomore midfielder Nick Willertz

- Owens scored his first of three fourth quarter goals off a Lombardo assist to put the Hornets up 13-7 with 11:07 remaining

- Duncan Morris scored back to back goals for the second time to cut the lead to four goals with 9:14 remaining

- Lynchburg scored the next three goals to go up by seven with Owens scoring two unassisted goals and Lombardo finding the back of the net in transition off an assist from Willertz

- Jack Little scored for the Tigers with 1:20 remaining to bring the game to its final score of 16-10 in favor of the Hornets

Inside the Box Score

- Owens scored a career high six goals on seven shots for the Hornets

- Camarca scored three goals on three shots for Lynchburg

- Lombardo had four points on two goals and two assists

- Junior goalkeeper CJ Santora made 10 saves for the Hornets

A Look Ahead

The Hornets return to action next weekend when they travel to Guilford for a 1 p.m. start.