Men’s lacrosse beings with a 6-5 win over Washington and Lee

By Megan Pellegrino
March 15, 2007

Meghan Hurley

The men’s lacrosse team spent their spring break traveling, playing games and having long practices in warm weather.

The men’s break started in Lexington, Va. where they opened their season with a game against Washington and Lee University. The men came out on top with a 6-5 win.

“This was a huge win for our team and program,” junior business administration major Tripp Durham said.

After the day in Va., the team headed down to Wrightsville Beach, N.C. The men spent their time here having practices and training that started at eight in the morning.

“The weather was great all week and we were able to focus on lacrosse and not on the frigid cold we had been practicing in since the end of January,” senior history sociology and criminal justice major Kevin Quinn said.

On the men’s way back from Wrightsville Beach, they made yet another stop in Greeensboro, N.C. to play Guilford College. The men felt that they did not play to the best of their ability, but still walked with a 14-7 victory.

“The whole team is stronger after spring break. We come together as a team during the week and pretty much do everything together by default now,” Quinn said.

As for the rest of the season, according to Durham, the men have high hopes of not only making it into the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament, but also advancing as far as possible to put Cabrini on the map in Division III lacrosse.

The men’s next game is on March 17 against Hampden-Syndey.

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