Senior attackman Paul Skulski recorded his 100th career goal in the Cavaliers 16-6 victory over Gwynedd-Mercy College on Wednesday, April 6. After scoring two goals against Gwynedd-Mercy, Skulski became the fifth Cavalier to reach 100 goals in the men’s lacrosse program. The last Cavalier to achieve this feat was Casey Grugan, who scored his 100th-career goal during the 2009 campaign. Skulski scored a career-high 35 goals in 2010 and has hit the 20-goal mark in each of his first three seasons. Currently, Skulski stands at 190 points and is nearing the elusive 200-point plateau. Skulski, a marketing major from Glen Mills, Pa., was selected to the CSAC First Team in 2010 and currently leads the Cavaliers in scoring with 38 points.
Senior attack Jamie O’Hanlon tallied her 200th career point for the Lady Cavs on Thursday, April 7, against the University of Scranton. The Cavaliers fell to the Lady Royals by a final score of 16-11, but O’Hanlon picked six points in the game and registered her 200th-career point on a first-half assist. This is the third season in a row that a Cavalier has reached the 200-point plateau. Amanda Alexandrowicz reached the milestone during her senior season in 2010 and Erin Nollen recorded her 200th career point during her junior season in 2009. O’Hanlon has scored at least 30 goals in all four of her seasons and currently has 33 goals and 11 assists in 2011. Her career-high points total came in 2009, when she registered 58 points in 17 games.