Men’s lacrosse anxious for season

By Sharon Kolankiewicz
February 10, 2005

The players on the men’s lacrosse team are pumped about the 2005 season. The consensus is that there are high expectations for this year’s season. Freshman, Jack Hyson is very excited for the team and believes the team will accomplish a lot.

“We are extremely excited to see what happens this season, and our expectations are high,” Hyson said. The team players have been performing to their highest abilities during practices.

For the freshmen players, it is also an exciting time for them. Freshman, Scott Bordignon is proud to be a player on Cabrini’s men’s lacrosse team. “It definitely is exciting to be on this team. I can’t wait to see what this season and future seasons bring,” Bordignon said.

The upperclassmen players are just as anxious as the underclassmen are about the upcoming season. Junior, Matt Grosse is bursting with excitement for the 2005 season.

“I am looking forward to this year. We will be playing different teams, which is always exciting. I am also looking forward to playing with the new kids, which include freshmen and transfers. I am extremely excited for our season.” The team will be having a couple of scrimmages before the season officially starts. Their first scrimmage will be against Villanova on Feb. 12 at 3 p.m. at Villanova. Throughout the season, the team will also be battling other top lacrosse teams such as, Washington College and Cortland State.

The alumni are holding a beef and beer dinner at Johnny Cabo’s this Saturday, Feb. 12. The cost is $25, and you must be 21 or over. The money raised during this event will be used to fund their trip to Greensboro, N. C.

The players are very optimistic. The schedule is posted on Cabrini College’s website. The team’s first opponent will be at Greensboro College on Feb. 27 at 1 p.m.

Posted to the web by Shawn Rice

Sharon Kolankiewicz

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