Every player had a chance to score as the Cabrini men’s lacrosse team dominated Immaculata by 22-2 on Saturday, April 19. The Cavaliers improved to 12-2 and remain undefeated in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. Immaculata fell to 3-8 and 2-4 in the league.
“The team played very well especially coming off a very emotional win in Wednesday’s game versus Haverford. I thought we came out focused on the task at hand and moved one step closer to home field advantage in the PAC playoffs,” head coach Stephen Colfer said.
Junior Scott Reimer was lead scorer with seven goals in the game. Sophomore Rich Romanelli recorded three goals, while classmate Casey Grugan added two goals and two assists.
“Immaculata is one of the weaker teams in the PAC. They came out strong, but we had a consistently stronger effort throughout the game and won convincingly,” Guy Columbro, junior exercise science and health promotion major, said.
“This was another big inconference win to help keep home field advantage throughout conference play-offs,” Dan Derosa, a junior business administration major, said.
Cabrini gained possession on 19 of the 27 face-offs with Mike Gurenlian gaining a 7-of-8 and Mike Dolente finishing with a 6-of-7 performance. Dolente led the Cavaliers with five ground balls and 12 players were able to cause a turnover for their team.
“This was an important win for us. We played well in all four quarters, which is what we need to do for the NCAA tournament,” Dolente, junior business administration major, said.
Junior Bobby Chambers recorded two saves during the first half, while classmate Kevin Chenoweth saved two in the third period. Freshman Sean Reynolds spent the entire fourth quarter in the net.
The Cavaliers held a 65-13 shot advantage over Immaculata. Andrew Sim helped the Mighty Macs by recording 24 saves throughout the game.
“This is just another step in our path to the PAC championship,” Terence Jones, junior business administration major, said.
Cabrini will take on Saint Mary’s College on Saturday, April 23 at 1p.m.