Cabrini’s men’s lacrosse team exploded for 24 goals in a 24-5 victory over Immaculata University on Saturday, April 14, at Edith Robb Dixon Field. For seniors Joe Arrell, Brian Hill, John McSorley and Andrew Zelinski, the game was their last regular season home contest.
The Cavs wasted little time jumping out to a lead and had already tallied nine goals by the end of the first quarter. At the half, Cabrini led 18-1 over the Mighty Macs.
Hill led the Cavs with four goals on eight shots and was one of four players to score at least twice in the win. He was accompanied by freshman attack Damian Sobieski and sophomore attack Corey Elmer, who each scored twice. Junior midfielder Andrew Layne also added a hat trick for Cabrini, the first of his career.
In the first two quarters alone, Cabrini fired 32 shots at Immaculata goalkeeper Max Bonhage, who was charged with the loss. Immaculata was only able to take 21 shots over the course of the afternoon and managed just 18 ground balls, compared to Cabrini’s 55.
Junior goalkeeper Erick Zarzecki made eight saves in just over 40 minutes for his 10th win of the year. Freshman Wes Odell and junior Kevin Gallagher also made appearances in net for Cabrini.
In addition to Hill, Arrell and McSorley each recorded at least one point while Zelinski fired four shots on net. The four goals from Hill give him a team-high 32 and his 46 points this year are second on the team.
While the loss dropped Immaculata to 2-11 on the season, Cabrini extended their winning streak to nine games and improved to 10-2 this spring. Up next for the Cavs is a CSAC matchup against the Neumann University Knights on Saturday, April 21.