The Cavaliers dominated Misericordia with a final score of 27-1 on Saturday, April 12. Cabrini improved to 10-2 after this win and remain undefeated in the PAC, 6-0.
This was an easy game for the Cavs, but it was an asset to the team to beat Misericordia by so many points, being that they were the third best team in the PAC two years ago.
“The guys played very well on offense, we started a little slow but once they got going they were very effective. Our defense also did their job and held them pretty much all day,” Stephen Colfer, head men’s lacrosse coach, said.
“It showed our in-conference dominance that we’ve been able to maintain for the past eight years,” Dan Derosa, a senior business administration major, said.
Misericordia started off strong, scoring the first goal of the game, until Cabrini shut them out with 27 unanswered points. Cabrini’s lead gave everybody on the team a chance to play and an opportunity to score.
“It showed that no matter who is in the game, we can score the ball well,” Mike Dolente, a junior business administration major, said.
Sixteen different players scored to help maintain a strong win. Scott Reimer led all scorers with six goals, while Casey Grugan scored twice and had one assist. Junior B.J. Kletchek recorded four assists.
“It was good to see all our defense and goalies play and still hold a team to one goal,” Reimer, a junior business administration major, said.
Junior Kevin Chenoweth recorded one save, while classmate Bobby Chambers stopped three shots.
“We were very effective in our clearing game and our offenses time of possession limited their scoring opportunities,” Chambers, a junior criminology major, said.
The Cavaliers will take on Immaculata at home this Saturday at 1 p.m. in an attempt to become 7-0 in the PAC.