The Cavaliers men’s lacrosse team routed the Neumann University Knights by a score of 22-4 on Saturday, April 21 at Neumann University.
Cabrini turned on the scoring in a hurry, netting the first nine goals of the game and leading after the first quarter, 8-0.
The Cavs allowed only one goal in the first half. They led comfortably, 17-1 at the break.
Freshman Damian Sobieski led the team with four goals, including his 20th of the season and added an assist. Freshmen Enrique Montoya, Ben Laffoon and Mike Leyden all posted multi-goal games.
Junior Bobby Thorp also added a hat trick and three assists. He now leads the team with 61 points, including a career-high 34 goals. His third assist was the 50th of his collegiate career.
In all, 14 different Cavalier players scored in the victory. Junior goalkeeper Erick Zarzecki played until the 50-minute mark and allowed only three goals while stopped eight shots.
The win continues the Cavaliers lengthy winning streak against CSAC opponents, stretching it to 88 straight games. They are 5-0 against CSAC opponents this season.
The win also gives the Cavaliers a 10-game winning streak overall. Since starting the season at 1-2, the Cavs are now 11-2.
The Cavaliers, ranked sixth overall in the nation, have one remaining CSAC game on Saturday, April 28, against Gwynedd-Mercy College. It is also their regular-season finale.
The CSAC tournament starts on Wednesday, May 2. If the Cavaliers keep their CSAC win streak alive, they will return to the tournament as the top seed. The Cavs are in search of their 12th straight CSAC title.