Men's Lacrosse at Gettysburg

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Josh Reichert scored a career-high five goals and fifth-ranked Gettysburg jumped out to a 7-2 lead en route to posting a 15-10 victory over sixth-ranked Washington and Lee in the second round of the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Musselman Stadium.

The Bullets (14-3) took a 2-0 lead just 1:15 into the game, but the Generals (16-4) evened the score at 2-2 at the 11:00 mark of the first quarter on a pair of scores by senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford). However, the Bullets scored the game's next five goals, including three by Reichert, for a 7-2 lead with 9:47 left in the second quarter on their way to holding a 9-4 advantage at the break.

W&L rallied in the third quarter, scoring five of the first six goals of the frame to slice it to a 10-9 game with 26 seconds remaining in the penultimate period. Senior midfielders Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) and Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) both scored a pair of goals during the run. However, Gettysburg's Joe Brody found the net with just four seconds left in the third period, and the Bullets outscored the Generals 5-1 the rest of the way for their 12th-straight win on the season and third-consecutive victory over W&L.

Fishman paced the Generals with three goals, while Skeen posted two goals and two assists. St. John scored two goals, and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) tallied one goal and assisted on two others. Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) chipped in one goal and one assist and senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played all 60 minutes between the pipes and made nine saves.

Joe Brody supplemented Reichert's day with one goal and three helpers, while Kyle McGrath had three goals. Zach Pucci added one goal and two assists, and Zach Furshman stopped six shots in 60 minutes in goal.

Gettysburg moves on to face Denison in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday. Washington and Lee ends its season with a 16-4 overall record, tying the program record for wins in a season set during 2000 (16-2). The Generals also set a record for goals in a season (271).

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 3; Tim Skeen 2; Harry St. John 2; Spence Daw 1; Will Keigler 1; Drew Koeneman 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 2; Tim Skeen 2; Kevin Feeney 1; Will Keigler 1.

GC GOALS:
Josh Reichert 5; Kyle McGrath 3; Joe Brody 1; Zach Pucci 1; Tom O'Donnell 1; Danno Lynch 1; Pat Sartory 1; Patrick Koehl 1; Andrew Ryan 1.

GC ASSISTS:
Joe Brody 3; Zach Pucci 2; Tom O'Donnell 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 15 GA, 9 Saves
Zach Furshman (GC) - 60:00, 10 GA, 6 Saves

 

Men's Lacrosse vs. FDU-Florham

LEXINGTON, Va. - Washington and Lee junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) netted the game-winning goal off a feed from senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) with just 10 seconds remaining in overtime to lift the sixth-ranked Generals to a 6-5 overtime triumph over FDU-Florham in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

W&L, which tied the school record for victories in a season (16-3), trailed 5-4 with 4:58 left in regulation when FDU senior midfielder Jason Koontz (Oak Ridge, N.J./Jefferson) scored unassisted. The Generals then tied it at 5-5 just 36 seconds later when senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) scored man-up off an assist from Keigler. Both teams had several chances in the overtime period until Keigler tallied the game-winner.

W&L jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the first quarter and held a 4-2 lead at the break. The Devils (13-5) scored the lone goal of the third period on a man-up tally by senior midfielder Peter Fleming (Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon) off a feed from first-year attackman Pat O'Brien (Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central) at the 6:32 mark. Fleming then scored off a Koontz assist with 9:19 left in the fourth quarter to tie it at 4-4.

Keigler led W&L with one goal and two assists, while Skeen, junior midfielder Chris Washington (Flint, Mich./Cranbrook Kingswood) and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) notched one goal and one assist each. Senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) was spectacular between the pipes, stopping 12 shots in 63:50 in goal.

Fleming paced FDU-Florham with three goals, while Koontz tallied one goal and two assists. Junior Alex Kajencki (Medford, Mass./Xavierian) played the duration in goal for the Devils, stopping 11 shots.

Washington and Lee advances to face Gettysburg College in an NCAA Second Round game in Gettysburg, Pa., on Saturday. Opening faceoff will be at 1:00 pm.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1; Spence Daw 1; Chris Washington 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Max Mancuso 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 2; Spence Daw 1; Tim Skeen 1; Chris Washington 1.

FDU GOALS:
Peter Fleming 3; Jason Koontz 1; Drew Canfield 1.

FDU ASSISTS:
Jason Koontz 2; Pat O'Brien 1; Will Stark 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 63:50, 5 GA, 12 Saves
Alex Kajencki (FDU) - 63:50, 6 GA, 11 Saves

 

Men's Lacrosse at Roanoke

SALEM, Va. - Washington and Lee senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) scored unassisted just 38 seconds into overtime to lift the 10th-ranked and third-seeded Generals to a 15-14 overtime victory over top-ranked and No. 1 seed Roanoke College in the finals of the ODAC men's lacrosse championship on Sunday afternoon at Kerr Stadium.

For Washington and Lee, it is the first ODAC Championship since 2004 and the program's ninth conference championship overall.

The Generals (15-3) held a 14-11 lead with just over three minutes to play in regulation when the Maroons (17-1) made a run to tie it at 14-14. Pat March started the run when he scored off a Trey Keeley feed with 3:08 left in regulation. Zach Thomas scored unassisted at 2:47 and Jeff Keating scored man-up off an assist from Thomas with 1:58 left to knot the score at 14-14.

Roanoke won the ensuing faceoff and appeared to win the game with 17 seconds remaining on a Joseph Coretti goal, but Coretti was ruled to be in the crease and the Generals ran out the clock to force the extra session. W&L won the faceoff to begin overtime and St. John produced the game-winner in the fifth-straight contest between the two teams that has been determined by one goal.

Roanoke jumped out to a 4-1 first quarter lead and held the advantage until the Generals produced a five-goal run in the second quarter to assume an 8-5 lead with 3:53 left in the first half. Senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) scored a pair of goals during the run, while St. John also found the net twice.

Washington and Lee held the lead throughout the second stanza until the Maroons run to close regulation that forced the second overtime game between the teams this season. Roanoke won the regular-season battle, 14-13, in overtime.

St. John led the Generals with four goals and two assists, while Fishman had four goals. Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) totaled three goals and three assists and senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the duration in goal and notched 14 saves.

Matt Quinton led the Maroons with four goals, while Thomas notched four goals and two assists. Brian Foley chipped in two goals and Jake Dorsey played 56:53 in goal and posted nine saves.

Washington and Lee now receives the ODAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament. The pairings will be announced later this evening.

W&L GOALS:
Harry St. John 4; Seth Fishman 4; Will Keigler 3; Drew Koeneman 1; Tim Skeen 1; Spence Daw 1; Seldon Clarke 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Harry St. John 2; Justin Donati 1; Chris Washington 1.

RC GOALS:
Matt Quinton 4; Zach Thomas 3; Brian Foley 2; Chas Carlson 1; Pat March 1; Jeff Keating 1; Steve Furdock 1; Noah Gibby 1.

RC ASSISTS:
Trey Keeley 2; Zach Thomas 2; Justin Tuma 2; Chas Carlson 1; Michael Wilson 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:38, 14 GA, 14 Saves
Jake Dorsey (RC) - 56:53, 13 GA, 9 Saves
Nick Peck (RC) - 3:45, 2 GA, 0 Saves

 

Men's Lacrosse vs. Lynchburg

LYNCHBURG, Va. - The third-seeded and 10th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team knocked off second-seeded and 15th-ranked Lynchburg College, 12-11, in the semifinals of the ODAC Tournament on Wednesday evening at Shellenberger Field.

The Generals (14-3) advance to Sunday's championship game against top-ranked Roanoke College at 1:00 pm in Salem, Va.

Lynchburg (11-5) jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the opening 17:39 of the game, but W&L responded with five-straight goals, including a pair from sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS), to assume a 6-5 lead with 4:14 left in the first half. The Hornets tied it at 6-6 with 1:55 left in the half on a man-up goal by Michael Mundorf, but the Generals assumed a 7-6 lead at the break following Koeneman's third goal of the half with 1:11 left.

Following a single LC tally to start the third period, W&L assumed a 9-7 lead with 3:03 left in the third quarter on the strength of an unassisted goal by junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) and a goal by sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) off a feed from sophomore midfielder Justin Donati (Walkersville, Md./St. Paul's).

The Hornets again rallied with a pair of goals to knot the game at 9-9 with 13:56 left in the game, but W&L re-took the lead at 10-9 just 2:24 later as senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) scored off a Koeneman feed. The lead would change hands four more times in the final 8:11 of the game, with Keigler scoring the game-winner man-up off a Koeneman assist at the 4:59 mark.

Senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) made a save as time expired to preserve the Generals' first win over Lynchburg in the last six tries and advance W&L to its first ODAC title game since 2004.

Koeneman led W&L with three goals and two assists, while junior midfielder Kevin Feeney (Summit, N.J./Summit) tallied two goals and one assist. Keigler posted two goals and senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) chipped in one goal and one assist. Locke played all 60 minutes between the pipes and logged 11 saves.

Michael Mundorf paced the Hornets with three goals and two assists, while Tyler Tolson and Dylan Hoff notched two goals apiece. Franc Cook played the duration in goal and made 15 saves.

W&L GOALS:
Drew Koeneman 3; Kevin Feeney 2; Will Keigler 2; Tim Skeen 1; Spence Daw 1; Harry St. John 1; Seth Fishman 1; Chris Washington 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Drew Koeneman 2; Justin Donati 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Tim Skeen 1.

LC GOALS:
Michael Mundorf 3; Tyler Tolson 2; Dylan Hoff 2; Dean Evans 1; Eddie Bilinkas 1; Ethan Farrell 1; Ben Sauer 1.

LC ASSISTS:
Michael Mundorf 2; Dean Evans 1; Kyle Fortman 1; Phil Petronelli 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 11 GA, 11 Saves
Franc Cook (LC) - 60:00, 12 GA, 15 Saves

Men's Lacrosse vs. Guilford

LEXINGTON, Va. - The seventh-ranked and third-seeded Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team had 15 different players find the goal in producing a 25-3 victory over sixth-seeded Guilford in the quarterfinals of the ODAC Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.

The Generals (13-3) outshot the Quakers, 71-14, and jumped out to a 9-2 lead at halftime. W&L then tallied 10 third quarter goals in scoring its most goals since a 26-4 win over Cabrini in 1999.

Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) tallied four goals and three assists to lead the Generals' balanced scoring on the day. Sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) scored four goals and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) had two goals and two assists. Senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) chipped in two goals and one assist, while junior midfielder Kevin Feeney (Summit, N.J./Summit) and first-year midfielder Luke Walter (Queenstown, Md./St. Andrew's School) had two goals each.

Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes), junior Matt Mason (Gladwyne, Pa./St. Mark's) and sophomores Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) and Jason Lumpkin (Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall) all saw time in goal for W&L and combined to make four saves.

Guilford (3-12) was led by sophomore attackman Joey Chrisman's (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run) two goals. First-year midfielder Jake Beneke (Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West) scored the other goal for GC. First-year Ryan Walsh (Abington, Mass./Abington) played 45 minutes in goal and made 14 saves. Sophomore Mark Guillen (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run) played the other 15 minutes and stopped two shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action in the semifinals of the ODAC Tournament on Wednesday at Lynchburg College. The game time for the matchup with the Hornets is to be determined.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 4; Drew Koeneman 4; Spence Daw 2; Tim Skeen 2; Kevin Feeney 2; Luke Walter 2; Chris Washington 1; Dan Sullivan 1; Seth Fishman 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Tom Hagner 1; Max Mancuso 1; Seldon Clarke 1; Mike Ott 1; Kevin Fuge 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Spence Daw 2; Scott Meehan 2; Justin Donati 1; Drew Mancini 1; Tim Skeen 1; Alex Sturges 1; Dan Sullivan 1; Chris Washington 1.

GC GOALS:
Joey Chrisman 2; Jake Beneke 1.

GC ASSISTS:
Daniel Dowd 1; Matt Halip 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 39:13, 2 GA, 2 Saves
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 9:14, 0 GA, 1 Save
Matt Mason (W&L) - 6:12, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Jason Lumpkin (W&L) - 5:21, 1 GA, 1 Save
Ryan Walsh (GC) - 45:00, 15 GA, 14 Saves
Mark Guillen (GC) - 15:00, 10 GA, 2 Saves

Men's Lacrosse vs. Lynchburg

LEXINGTON, Va. - The seventh-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening 10:49 of the game, but was outscored 10-3 the rest of the way in falling to 18th-ranked Lynchburg College, 10-7, on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

Junior midfielder Chris Washington (Flint, Mich./Cranbrook Kingwood) and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) scored two goals each in powering the Generals (12-3, 4-2) to the early 4-0 advantage. The Hornets (11-4, 5-1) got on the board with an unassisted goal by first-year attackman Dylan Hoff (Chester Springs, Pa./Downingtown East) with 28 seconds left in the first period, but W&L pushed back to a four-goal lead (5-1) on an unassisted tally by sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) at 12:04 of the second period.

Lynchburg responded with three-straight goals, including a pair by senior attackman Michael Mundorf (Cambridge, Md./Mt. St. Joseph), to cut it to a 5-4 game with 4:35 left in the half. Senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) scored off a Daw feed for a 6-4 lead at 2:42, but the Hornets closed with two goals to knot the score at 6-6 heading into haltime.

Hoff scored a pair of goals to start the third quarter scoring, before sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) scored unassisted with 3:10 left in the third quarter to make the score 8-7 in favor of LC. However, the Hornets scored two more and held the Generals scoreless in the fourth period for the three-goal win, their fifth-straight over W&L.

Daw led W&L with two goals and one assist, while Washington had two goals. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played all 60 minutes in goal and made eight saves.

Hoff paced the Hornets with four goals and one assist, while Mundorf had three goals. Junior midfielder Ethan Farrell (Nantucket, Mass./Nantucket) chipped in one goal and two assists and first-year goalkeeper Franc Cook (Milton, Del./Cape Henlopen) totaled 12 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts Guilford in the quarterfinals of the ODAC Tournament.

W&L GOALS:
Spence Daw 2; Chris Washington 2; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Seth Fishman 1; Drew Koeneman 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 1; Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1.

LC GOALS:
Dylan Hoff 4; Michael Mundorf 3; Ethan Farrell 1; Tyler Tolson 1; Kyle Fortman 1.

LC ASSISTS:
Ethan Farrell 2; Kyle Fortman 1; Dylan Hoff 1; Ben Sauer 1; Tyler Tolson 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 10 GA, 8 saves
Franc Cook (LC) - 60:00, 7 GA, 12 Saves

Men's Lacrosse at Hampden-Sydney

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. - The fifth-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team scored 10 second quarter goals en route to an 18-10 victory over Hampden-Sydney on Saturday afternoon at Everett Stadium.

The Generals (12-2, 4-1) trailed 4-3 at the end of the first quarter, but opened the second period with four-straight goals, including two each from senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield), for a 7-4 lead at the 10:49 mark. After a man-up goal by H-SC's Carter Mavromatis at the 8:46 mark made it a 7-5 game, the Generals sandwiched a pair of three-goal runs around a single Tiger tally for a 13-6 advantage at the break in posting the eight-goal final margin.

Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) paced the Generals' offense with four goals and three assists, while St. John notched four goals. Sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) recorded two goals and two assists and Daw, senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) and junior midfielder Kevin Feeney (Summit, N.J./Summit) all scored two goals apiece. Feeney, senior midfielder Seldon Clarke (Short Hills, N.J./Delbarton) and first-year Rob Look (Dallas, Texas/Hillcrest) controlled the game at the faceoff X, winning a combined 26-of-32 draws. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played 55:01 in goal and made five saves. Sophomore Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) played the other 4:59 and did not face a shot on goal.

Andrew Mahoney had a team-high three assists for Hampden-Sydney (6-8, 3-3). Mavromatis and Doug Carpenter tallied two goals and one assist each and Mark Bagby played 57:41 in goal and made 17 saves (17 GA). Ben Hansell played the final 2:19 and allowed one score.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it finishes the regular season with a 7:00 pm home game against Lynchburg College.

W&L SCORE:
Will Keigler 4; Harry St. John 4; Drew Koeneman 2; Seth Fishman 2; Kevin Feeney 2; Spence Daw 2; Seldon Clarke 1; Max Mancuso 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Drew Koeneman 2; Tim Skeen 1.

H-SC GOALS:
Carter Mavromatis 2; Doug Carpenter 2; Micah Keller 1; Andrew O'Shea 1; Ben Clarke 1; Cole Hawthorne 1; Thomas Hovis 1; Kenny Mathison 1.

H-SC ASSISTS:
Andrew Mahoney 3; Doug Carpenter 1; Carter Mavromatis 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 10 GA, 5 Saves
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 0 GA, 0 Saves
Mark Bagby (H-SC) - 57:41, 17 GA, 17 Saves
Ben Hansell (H-SC) - 2:19, 1 GA, 0 Saves

Men's Lacrosse at Roanoke

SALEM, Va. -- Roanoke College's Zach Thomas tied the game with 3:15 left and tallied the game-winner with 2:59 remaining in overtime to lift the second-ranked Maroons to a 14-13 overtime victory over fifth-ranked Washington and Lee in ODAC men's lacrosse action on Wednesday evening at Kerr Stadium.

The Generals (11-2, 3-1 ODAC) assumed a 13-11 lead with 4:11 left in the game as junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) scored off an assist from senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson). However, the Maroons (15-0, 5-0) answered just 16 seconds later when Matt Quinton scored off a feed from Stephen Simmons and Thomas tied the game with an unassisted tally.

W&L won the faceoff to begin overtime and had a point-blank shot by Skeen that was saved by Roanoke goalkeeper Jake Dorsey. Senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) was unable to snag the rebound, and Roanoke scored on a fastbreak to the other end when Pat March fed Thomas for the game-winner.

The Maroons opened a 3-0 lead the begin the game, but the Generals scored six of the next seven goals to assume a 6-4 lead with 3:04 left in the half and held a 6-5 advantage at the break.

W&L held the lead until five seconds remained in the third period when Joseph Coretti scored for RC to tie the game at 10-10. Again, the Generals gained control, surging out to a 12-10 lead with 7:01 left and maintaining the advantage until Thomas tied it at 13-13.

Keigler paced the Generals with four goals and one assist, while Skeen totaled two goals and two assists. Senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) chipped in a pair of goals and senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) posted 13 saves between the pipes.

Thomas led Roanoke with three goals and one assist, while Brian Foley had one goal and three assists. Dorsey notched 18 saves in goal.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Hampden-Sydney for a 1:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 4; Tim Skeen 2; Seth Fishman 2; Harry St. John 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Spence Daw 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Tim Skeen 2; Will Keigler 1; James Shanahan 1.

RC GOALS:
Zach Thomas 3; Matt Quinton 2; Joseph Coretti 2; Brian Foley 1; Trey Keeley 1; Pat March 1; Chas Carlson 1; Benjamin Sultze 1; Steve Furdock 1; Adam Ariosa 1.

RC ASSISTS:
Brian Foley 3; Jeff Keating 2; Trey Keeley 1; Pat March 1; Stephen Simmons 1; Zach Thomas 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 14 GA, 13 Saves
Jake Dorsey (RC) - 60:00, 13 GA, 18 Saves

Men's Lacrosse vs. Randolph-Macon

LEXINGTON, Va. - Senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) tallied a career-high seven goals and assisted on another as sixth-ranked Washington and Lee cruised to an 18-5 win over Randolph-Macon in ODAC men's lacrosse action on Saturday evening at Wilson Field.

The Generals (11-1, 3-0) jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening six minutes of the game on the strength of a pair of goals from junior midfielder Kevin Feeney (Summit, N.J./Summit).

The Yellow Jackets (5-6, 0-4) got on the board at the 6:36 mark of the first quarter as first-year attackman Jake Leddy (Annapolis, Md./St. Mary's) scored off a feed from first-year midfielder Patrick Egan (Annapolis, Md./St. Mary's). However, W&L scored the game's next four goals, including a trio from Fishman, to push out to an 8-1 lead with 5:06 left in the first half and cruised to the 13-goal final.

Fishman's career day augmented by two goals and two assists from sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) and two goals and one assist by sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS). Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) chipped in one goal and two assists. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the opening 45 minutes in goal and made eight saves, while junior Matt Mason (Gladwyne, Pa./St. Mark's) and sophomores Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) and Jason Lumpkin (Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall) all played during the final 15 minutes.

Randolph-Macon was led by first-year attackman Tyler Midwinter (Hamilton, Ont./Barton Secondary), who notched two goals. Egan and Leddy had one goal and one assist apiece. Sophomore Adam Liberto (Arnold, Md./St. Mary's) started and was tagged with the loss after allowing three goals. First-year Jason Crawford (Burlington, Ont./Brock University) played 38:45 and made seven saves, while sophomore Ray Wodarski (Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley) saw action for 18:22 and had two saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it travels to second-ranked Roanoke College for a 7:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 7; Spence Daw 2; Drew Koeneman 2; Kevin Feeney 2; Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Seldon Clarke 1; Kevin Fuge 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 2; Will Keigler 2; Seth Fishman 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Drew Mancini 1; Scott Meehan 1; Tim Skeen 1; Harry St. John 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1.

R-MC GOALS:
Tyler Midwinter 2; Patrick Egan 1; Jake Leddy 1; Kevin Patton 1.

R-MC ASSISTS:
Patrick Egan 1; Jake Leddy 1; Kevin Patton 1; Billy Rowe 1; Rich Wilkens 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 45:00, 8 saves, 4 GA
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 8:24, 0 saves, 0 GA
Matt Mason (W&L) - 3:49, 0 saves, 0 GA
Jason Lumpkin (W&L) - 2:47, 0 saves, 1 GA
Jason Crawford (R-MC) - 38:45, 7 saves, 11 GA
Ray Wodarski (R-MC) - 18:22, 2 saves, 4 GA
Adam Liberto (R-MC) - 2:53, 0 saves, 3 GA

 

Men's Lacrosse vs. Guilford

LEXINGTON, Va. - The eighth-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team had 12 different players score a goal and claimed its first double-digit win season since 2004 with an 18-2 win over Guilford on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

The Generals improved to 10-1 on the season and 2-0 in the ODAC with the win, while Guilford fell to 2-6 overall and 0-2 in the conference.

W&L forced 40 Quakers turnovers and held a 62-16 advantage in shots as the Generals improved to 21-0 all-time against Guilford.

Sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) and sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) led the Generals with two goals and two assists each, while senior midfielders Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) and Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) and junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) logged two goals and one assist apiece. First-year attackman Scott Meehan (Baldwinsville, N.Y./Manlius-Pebble Hill) chipped in one goal and two assists.

Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the first half in goal and made three saves. Junior Matt Mason (Gladwyne, Pa./St. Mark's) and sophomores Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) and Jason Lumpkin (Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall) all split the final 30 minutes between the pipes and combined for four stops. Junior defenseman Tyler Smith (Baltimore, Md./St. Paul's) forced a team-best four turnovers and picked up four ground balls.

For Guilford, senior midfielder Manny Sargeant (Montclair, N.J./Montclair) and first-year midfielder Greg Nash (Walpole, Mass./Walpole) both scored one goal. First-year Ryan Walsh (Abington, Mass./Abington) played the first 45 minutes in goal and stopped 13 shots, while sophomore Mark Guillen (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run) played the final 15 minutes and stopped four shots.

Washington and Lee will now break for finals before returning to action on April 11, when it hosts Randolph-Macon for a 5:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Spence Daw 2; Mark Wachtmeister 2; Will Keigler 2; Tim Skeen 2; Harry St. John 2; Seth Fishman 2; Scott Meehan 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Chris Washington 1; Drew Mancini 1; Griffin Bealle 1; Deets Hoffman 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 2; Scott Meehan 2; Mark Wachtmeister 2; Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1; Harry St. John 1.

GC GOALS:
Greg Nash 1; Manny Sargeant 1.

GC ASSISTS:
Matt Halip 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 30:00, 1 GA, 3 saves
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 15:00, 1 GA, 2 saves
Matt Mason (W&L) - 7:39, 0 GA, 1 save
Jason Lumpkin (W&L) - 7:21, 0 GA, 1 save
Ryan Walsh (GC) - 45:00, 13 GA, 13 saves
Mark Guillen (GC) - 15:00, 5 GA, 4 saves

 

Men's Lacrosse at Virginia Wesleyan

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - The sixth-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team jumped out to a 5-0 lead and never looked back in claiming a 16-6 victory over Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon at Foster Field.

Five different players for W&L (9-1, 1-0) found the net in the opening 16:09 of the game as the Generals opened a 5-0 lead with 13:51 remaining in the first half. The Marlins (3-7, 0-1) got their first tally at the 12:07 mark of the second quarter, but three goals by senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) in a span of 1:09 pushed the W&L lead out to 8-1 with 10:40 left in the half.

Drew Langis and Curran Lee both scored unassisted goals for the Marlins to make it an 8-3 game with 5:14 left before halftime, but junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) scored off an assist from sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) with seven seconds left to make the score 9-3 at the break.

Virginia Wesleyan's Travis Puls found the net unassisted to start the third quarter scoring, but the Generals went on a three-goal spurt with scores from sophomore midfielder Gerard Savarese (Lutherville, Md./Loyola-Blakefield), senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) to push out to a 12-4 lead with 5:50 left in the third quarter.

Another three-goal W&L rally, including two goals from Keigler, put the game out of reach as the Generals cruised to the 10-goal win. For the game, W&L held advantages of 52-32 in shots, 41-34 in ground balls and 17-8 on faceoffs.

Keigler paced the Washington and Lee offense with four goals and three assists, while Fishman tallied four goals. Daw notched one goal and three assists and senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) registered one goal and two assists. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the first 53:41 in goal and made 10 saves. Sophomore Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) played the final 6:19 and had three stops.

Puls led the Marlins with two goals and one assist, while Drew Langis had one goal and two helpers. Lee added a pair of scores and John-Paul Novak logged all 60 minutes in goal, making 20 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it hosts Guilford College for a 5:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 4; Seth Fishman 4; Spence Daw 1; Tim Skeen 1; Harry St. John 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Scott Meehan 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Deets Hoffman 1; Gerard Savarese 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 3; Will Keigler 3; Drew Koeneman 2; Tim Skeen 2; Drew Mancini 1; Garrott McClintock 1; Richard Schoenfeld 1.

VWC GOALS:
Travis Puls 2; Curran Lee 2; Drew Langis 1; Shawn Fitchpatrick 1.

VWC ASSISTS:
Travis Puls 2; Curran Lee 2; Drew Langis 1; Shawn Fitchpatrick 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 53:41, 6 GA, 10 saves
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 6:19, 0 GA, 3 saves
John-Paul Novak (VWC) - 60:00, 16 GA, 20 saves

 
 

Men's Lacrosse vs. Middlebury

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The sixth-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team dropped its first game of the season, falling to 11th-ranked Middlebury, 12-10, on Tuesday evening at Catholic University.

The Generals (8-1) held a 5-3 lead at the break, but the Panthers (4-1) scored nine second-half goals, including five tallies in the opening 5:36 of the third quarter, to come away with their second straight win in the series.

Middlebury led 3-1 late in the first period, but four straight goals by W&L gave the Generals a 5-3 lead at halftime. The Panthers began the second half with a man-up goal by Skyler Hopkins off a feed from Pete Smith just seven seconds into the period. Mike Stone knotted the score (5-5) with an unassisted goal just 52 seconds later and then gave the Panthers a 6-5 lead with another unassisted goal at the 11:37 mark. A goal by Matt Ferrer off another Smith feed at 10:14 and another goal by Stone gave Middlebury an 8-5 with 9:24 left in the third period.

The Generals then mounted a comeback, scoring three-straight goals to knot the score at 8-8 with 2:43 left in the period. Senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) began the barrage with an unassisted goal at 6:51. Senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) followed with an unassisted goal at 5:13 and senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) tied the game with a goal off a feed from St. John at 2:43. However, Middlebury regained the lead (9-8) on a goal with 1:49 left in the third period and entered the final quarter with a 10-8 advantage. The Generals closed to within one goal twice in the final period, but could not find the equalizer.

Fishman paced the Generals with four goals, while St. John had two goals and one assist. Sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) notched two goals and Skeen had one goal and one assist. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played all 60 minutes in goal and posted 15 saves.

Ferrer led the Panthers with four goals, while Stone had three goals and one assist. David Hild added two goals and one assist and Smith had a game-high six assists. Peter Britt played the duration in goal for Middlebury and made 11 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Virginia Wesleyan for a 1:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 4; Harry St. John 2; Drew Koeneman 2; Tim Skeen 1; Kevin Feeney 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Spence Daw 2; Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1; Harry St. John 1.

MC GOALS:
Matt Ferrer 4; Mike Stone 3; David Hild 2; Skyler Hopkins 1; Chris Teves 1; Zack Harwood 1.

MC ASSISTS:
Pete Smith 6; David Hild 1; Skyler Hopkins 1; Mike Stone 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 15 saves, 12 GA
Peter Britt (MC) - 60:00, 11 saves, 10 GA

Men's Lacrosse vs. Greensboro

LEXINGTON, Va. - Seventh-ranked Washington and Lee had 13 different players score a goal en route to an 18-9 win over Greensboro College in men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field. The win improved W&L to 8-0 on the season, the program's best start since beginning the 2001 campaign with an 11-0 record.

Greensboro (6-2) jumped out to a 2-1 lead with 8:36 left in the opening period, but the Generals responded with the game's next 11 goals, including two each from senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) and sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield), to assume a 12-2 lead with 8:49 left in the penultimate quarter.

The Pride answered back by scoring five of the game's next seven goals, including two each from junior midfielder Brian Kirschner (Oceanside, N.Y./Oceanside) and sophomore defenseman Brandon Savage (Dover, Del./Dover), to make it a 14-7 game with 7:04 remaining, but GC could get no closer as the Generals scored three more times in the final 2:40 en route to the nine-goal final score.

Fishman paced W&L with three goals, while senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) and Daw had two goals and one assist each. Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) added one goal and two assists to surpass the 100-career point plateau (101 pts.).

Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the first 56:22 in goal and posted eight saves against seven goals allowed. Sophomore Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va,/Gilman) played the final 3:38 and allowed a pair of scores.

Kirschner, Savage and junior midfielder Nick Patrone (Supply, N.C./Apex) all had two goals to lead the Pride. Senior goalie Mike Foderaro (Salisbury, N.C./Parkside) logged all 60 minutes between the pipes and notched 16 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Tuesday as it takes on 10th-ranked Middlebury at Catholic University at 4:30 pm.

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 3; Harry St. John 2; Spence Daw 2; Drew Mancini 2; Will Keigler 1; Chris Washington 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Justin Donati 1; Seldon Clarke 1; Taylor Kenyon 1; Dan Sullivan 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Tad Baker 2; Will Keigler 2; Spence Daw 1; Drew Koeneman 1; Scott Meehan 1; Tim Skeen 1; Harry St. John 1; Chris Washington 1.

GC GOALS:
Brian Kirschner 2, Nick Patrone 2, Brandon Savage 2, Brad Gesser 1, Brian Bishop 1, Jordan Drumheller 1.

GC ASSISTS:
Brian Bishop 1, Brad Gesser 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 56:22, 8 saves, 7 GA
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 3:38, 0 saves, 2 GA
Mike Foderaro (GC) - 60:00, 16 saves, 18 GA

Men's Lacrosse vs. Sewanee

LEXINGTON, Va. - The seventh-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team jumped out to a 13-1 halftime lead and never looked back in claiming a 22-3 victory over Sewanee on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

A total of 12 different Generals (7-0) found the goal as W&L won for the seventh-straight time, its longest winning streak since claiming 12-consecutive wins during the 2004 campaign.

Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) totaled three goals and two assists to lead W&L in scoring. First-year attackman Scott Meehan (Baldwinsville, N.Y./Manlius-Pebble Hill) registered five assists, while senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford), junior attackman Max Mancuso (Northport, N.Y./Northport) and sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) tallied three goals apiece. Sophomore midfielder Justin Donati (Walkersville, Md./St. Paul's) chipped in one goal and a pair of assists.

Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) started in goal for the Generals and played the first 30 minutes, allowing one goal and making three saves. Sophomore Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) and junior Matt Mason (Gladwyne, Pa./St. Mark's) split the final two quarters of action, allowing one goal and making one save each.

Sewanee (0-7) was paced by first-year attackman Jack Thomasson (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne's-Belfield), who posted one goal and two assists. Sophomore Stewart Calder (New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan) played the first 30 minutes in goal and made nine saves, while allowing 13 goals. First-years Spencer Graves (Lynchburg, Va./Episcopal) and Patrick Quinn (Germantown, Tenn./Christian Brothers) played the final two quarters and made eight stops between them.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday when it hosts Greensboro College for a 4:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 3; Max Mancuso 3; Seth Fishman 3; Mark Wachtmeister 3; Tom Hagner 2; Chris Washington 2; Justin Donati 1; Spence Daw 1; Tim Skeen 1; Luke Walter 1; Rob Look 1; Sam Mott 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Scott Meehan 5; Justin Donati 2; Will Keigler 2; Drew Koeneman 1.

UOS GOALS:
Jack Thomasson 1; Hank Gerrity 1; Michael Johnson 1.

UOS ASSISTS:
Jack Thomasson 2.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 30:00, 3 saves, 1 GA
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 15:00, 1 save, 1 GA
Matt Mason (W&L) - 15:00, 1 save, 1 GA
Stewart Calder (UOS) - 30:00, 9 Saves, 13 GA
Spencer Graves (UOS) - 15:00, 3 Saves, 5 GA
Patrick Quinn (UOS) - 15:00, 5 Saves, 4 GA

 

Men's Lacrosse vs. Franklin & Marshall

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The 10th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team scored the final three goals of the game to post a 7-6 victory over Franklin & Marshall on Saturday evening at Wilson Field.

The Generals (6-0) led 4-3 at halftime courtesy of an unassisted goal by senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) just before time expired in the second quarter.

The Diplomats (2-3) responded with three-straight scores in the third quarter, including a goal by first-year attackman Colin McKew (Glen Arm, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) off a feed from sophomore midfielder Scott Hahn (Ellicott City, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) with just one second remaining in the third period, for a 6-4 lead heading into the final quarter.

W&L then responded with three-straight scores in the fourth period to register its sixth-straight victory. Fishman pulled the Generals to within 6-5 on a goal off a feed from junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) just 26 seconds into the quarter and sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) knotted the score at 6-6 with an unassisted tally at the 13:44 mark. Senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) scored the game-winner in a man-up situation off a Keigler assist with 11:18 left in the game.

Keigler led W&L with two goals and three assists, while Fishman had two goals. Skeen chipped in one goal and one assist. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played all 60 minutes in goal and notched nine saves.

Senior attackman Mark Hild (Denver, Colo./Denver East) logged two goals and one assist to lead the Diplomats. Hahn registered a pair of assists, while sophomore midfielder Jeff Ritter (Watchung, N.J./Watchung Hills) posted one goal and one assist. Junior Chris Marcozzi (Springfield, Pa./Malvern Prep) played the duration in goal and notched 14 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it hosts Sewanee for a 7:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 2; Seth Fishman 2; Tim Skeen 1;Drew Koeneman 1; Chris Washington 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Spence Daw 1; Tim Skeen 1.

F&M GOALS:
Mark Hild 2; Jeff Ritter 1; Sean Oliver 1;Noah Wilkinsky 1; Colin McKew 1.

F&M ASSISTS:
Scott Hahn 2; Mark Hild 1; Jeff Ritter 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 9 saves, 6 GA
Chris Marcozzi (F&M) - 60:00, 14 saves, 7 GA

 

Men's Lacrosse vs. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

LEXINGTON, Va. - The 10th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team scored eight goals in the second quarter en route to posting a 14-7 victory over the United States Merchant Marine Academy on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

The Generals (5-0) trailed 2-1 with 6:31 left in the first quarter, but went on to score nine of the game's next 10 goals for a 10-3 lead at the intermission. Senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) scored three goals during eight-goal second period, while senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) chipped in one goal and one assist.

The Mariners (3-1) opened the third period with three-straight tallies to slice the W&L lead to 10-6 just 4:29 into the quarter, but a goal by sophomore attackman Drew Mancini (Hillsborough, Calif./Deerfield Academy) off a St. John feed and a man-up goal by senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) off an assist by junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) stretched the Generals' lead back to 12-6 entering the final period.

For the game, the Generals held a 49-21 advantage in shots and a 42-22 edge in ground balls.

St. John paced W&L with four goals and one assist, while Keigler had one goal and three helpers. Skeen notched two goals and one assist and Fishman and sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) totaled two goals apiece. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) played the first 58:47 in goal and notched nine saves. Sophomore Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) played the final 1:13 and did not face a shot.

Senior attackman Brennan Dougherty (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) scored a team-best three goals for USMMA. Sophomore midfielder Robert Atkinson (Fair Haven, N.J./Rumson-Fair Haven) and junior attackman Brian Flannery (North Massapequa, N.Y./Plainedge) chipped in one goal and one assist each. Junior Keegan Boyle (Wilbraham, Mass./Minnechaug) played all 60 minutes between the pipes and made nine saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts Franklin & Marshall for a 7:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Harry St. John 4; Seth Fishman 2; Mark Wachtmeister 2; Will Keigler 1; Tim Skeen 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Drew Mancini 1;Drew Koeneman 1; Chris Washington 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Tim Skeen 2; Kevin Feeney 1; Harry St. John 1.

USMMA GOALS:
Brennan Dougherty 3; Brian Flannery 1; Robert Atkinson 1; Sean Zakow 1; Arthur Frooks 1.

USMMA ASSISTS:
Robert Atkinson 1; Brian Flannery 1; Zach Gray 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 58:47, 9 saves, 7 GA
Ned Lundvall (W&L) - 1:13, 0 saves, 0 GA
Keegan Boyle (USMMA) - 60:00, 9 saves, 14 GA

 

Men's Lacrosse at Washington College

CHESTERTOWN, Md. - Junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) scored a career-high five goals in leading the 19th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 9-3 victory over sixth-ranked Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.

The Generals (4-0) jumped out to a 2-0 lead midway through the first period on a pair of scores just 21 seconds apart. Keigler opened the scoring with a goal off an assist from senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) at the 7:57 mark. Sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) then scored unassisted at the 7:36 mark.

The Shoremen (3-1) came storming back with a two goal spurt of their own that started just 33 seconds after the Generals' barrage. Josh Perlow found the net off a feed from Shane Kaski at 7:03 and Brendan O'Leary scored off an assist from Matt Moreton at the 6:21 mark to knot the game at 2-2.

Washington and Lee took the lead back with 5:50 left in the first period on a man-up goal from Seth Fishman off a feed from sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) and the Generals outscored the Shoremen 4-0 over the second quarter, including a trio of scores from Keigler, for a 7-2 lead at the intermission.

Washington College creeped back to within 7-3 on a goal by Doug Herdegen from an O'Leary feed with 59 seconds left in the third quarter, but the Generals added a pair of insurance goals in the final period for their first win over the Shoremen since the 2005 season.

Keigler led the Generals' offense with his five tallies, while Wachtmeister totaled one goal and one assist. Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) recorded 13 saves in goal as the Generals' defense held Washington to its lowest scoring output since the 2007 campaign (9-3 loss to Gettysburg).

O'Leary led the Shoremen with one goal and one assist. Gordon Cohen recorded 20 saves in goal for Washington.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it hosts the Merchant Marine Academy for a 5:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Will Keigler 5; Mark Wachtmeister 1; Seth Fishman 1; Chris Washington 1; Gerard Savarese 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Griffin Bealle 1; Spence Daw 1; James Shanahan 1; Harry St. John 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1.

WAC GOALS:
Brendan O'Leary 1; Doug Herdegen 1; Josh Perlow 1.

WAC ASSISTS:
Shane Kaski 1; Matt Moreton 1; Brendan O'Leary 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 13 saves, 3 GA
Gordon Cohen (WAC) - 60:00, 20 saves, 9 GA

Men's Lacrosse vs. DeSales

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The 19th-ranked Washington and Lee men’s lacrosse team had 10 different players score a goal en route to an 18-3 victory over DeSales University on Wednesday evening at Wilson Field.

The Generals (3-0) led just 2-1 at the end of the first period, but posted six goals in the second period and seven more in the third to assume a commanding 15-1 lead heading into the final quarter.

Senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) led the Generals with a career-high five goals, while junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman) notched two goals and three assists. Sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola) tallied two goals and two assists and sophomore attackman Drew Mancini (Hillsborough, Calif./Deerfield Academy) posted one goal and three assists. Sophomore midfielder Mark Wachtmeister (Wellesley, Mass./Belmont Hill) added a trio of goals in the winning effort.

Senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) played the first 45 minutes in goal for W&L, allowing one goal and making three saves. Junior Matt Mason (Gladwyne, Pa./St. Mark’s) and sophomores Jason Lumpkin (Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall) and Ned Lundvall (Richmond, Va./Gilman) all split time in the final 15 minutes, combining to make three saves.

Junior attackman Matthew Kruszewski (Atco, N.J./Winslow Township), junior midfielder Kevin Walker (Wilmington, Del./Salesianum) and senior midfielder Joshua Van Hart (Glen Gardner, N.J./Voorhees) all found the net for DeSales (0-1). Junior Jarryd Stamatelos (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West) played the opening 45 minutes in goal for the Bulldogs, making 12 saves. Sophomore Justin Campanelli (Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy) played the final 15 minutes and posted two stops.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to sixth-ranked Washington College for a 1:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 5; Mark Wachtmeister 3; Will Keigler 2; Spence Daw 2; Drew Mancini 1; Harry St. John 1; Kevin Feeney 1; Luke Walter 1; Scott Meehan 1; Sam Mott 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 3; Drew Mancini 3; Spence Daw 2; Drew Koeneman 1; Tim Skeen 1; Chris Washington 1.

DU GOALS:
Kevin Walker 1; Joshua Van Hart 1; Matthew Kruszewski 1.

DU ASSISTS:
Matthew Brancaccio 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) – 45:00, 3 saves, 1 GA
Ned Lundvall (W&L) – 6:52, 1 save, 1 GA
Jason Lumpkin (W&L) – 4:55, 2 saves, 1 GA
Matt Mason (W&L) – 3:13, 0 saves, 0 GA
Jarryd Stamatelos (DU) – 45:00, 12 saves, 15 GA
Justin Campanelli (DU) – 15:00, 2 saves, 3 GA

Men's Lacrosse vs. Colorado College

LEXINGTON, Va. – Washington and Lee jumped out to a 7-2 lead en route to posting a 9-7 victory over Colorado College in men’s lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.

The Generals (2-0) trailed 2-1 just 6:20 into the contest, but reeled off six-straight goals, including a pair by junior attackman Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman), to assume a 7-2 advantage with 8:37 left in the first half.

The Tigers (0-1) made it a 7-3 game at the break when first-year attackman Moses Taylor (Denver, Colo.) scored unassisted just 53 seconds before the intermission.

W&L assumed an 8-3 advantage with 11:54 left in the third period on a goal by senior midfielder Tim Skeen (Baltimore, Md./Towson) off an assist by senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex), but Colorado College reeled off three-consecutive tallies to cut the Generals’ lead to 8-6 with 3:44 left. However, W&L sophomore attackman Spence Daw (Phoenix, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) scored off an assist by sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) with 2:58 left and the Tigers could get no closer than the two-goal final score.

The Generals were led by St. John, who tallied two goals and one assist. Skeen and Keigler each contributed a pair of goals, while senior Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) notched seven stops in goal.

Taylor paced Colorado College with three goals, while senior midfielder Charley Perkins (Manchester Center, Vt.) posted two goals. Sophomore Scott MacArthur (Westport, Conn.) stopped 11 shots in goal for the Tigers.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday when it hosts DeSales University for a 5:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Harry St. John 2; Tim Skeen 2; Will Keigler 2; Seth Fishman 1; Spence Daw 1; Mark Wachtmeister 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Drew Koeneman 1; Harry St. John 1.

CC GOALS:
Moses Taylor 3; Charley Perkins 2; Carson Christman 1; Brendan Gangl 1.

CC ASSISTS:
Toby Cohen 1; Chris Love 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 7 saves, 7 GA
Scott MacArthur (CC) - 60:00, 11 saves, 9 GA

Men's Lacrosse at Mary Washington

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - The Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team used a six-goal spurt in the first half to post a 6-5 win over Mary Washington on Wednesday afternoon at the Battleground Athletic Complex.

Mary Washington (2-1) started the scoring just 1:15 into the contest when Brent Fisk scored off an assist from Charlie White.

The Generals (1-0) then evened the score just 1:34 later when senior midfielder Harry St. John (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) found the net unassisted. The Eagles were then called for an illegal stick and W&L took advantage with a pair of extra-man scores over the next 2:55 and ended the first period with a 3-1 lead.

St. John began the second quarter scoring with another unassisted tally at the 4:37 mark and senior attackman Seth Fishman (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Haverford) scored off a feed from sophomore midfielder Drew Koeneman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) with 1:53 left in the half for a 5-1 lead. Koeneman then ended the scoring barrage with an unassisted goal at 1:11 and UMW added an unassisted goal by Charlie White with six seconds left to make the score 6-2 at the break.

The Eagles scored a pair of third quarter goals to pull within 6-4 entering the final period and then closed to within 6-5 on a goal by Brian Deal with 6:38 left. Mary Washington had the ball in the final minute, but W&L senior goalkeeper Connor Locke (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) stopped a point-blank shot at the final horn to preserve the win.

Koeneman posted two goals and one assist to lead the Generals, while Fishman and St. John scored two goals each. Locke played all 60 minutes in goal and logged five saves.

Deal scored two goals and White had one goal and one assist to lead Mary Washington. Ryan Kleman played all 60 minutes between the pipes for UMW, making 10 saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts Colorado College for a 1:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Seth Fishman 2, Drew Koeneman 2, Harry St. John 2.

W&L ASSISTS:
Will Keigler 1, Drew Koeneman 1, Tim Skeen 1.

UMW GOALS:
Brian Deal 2, Brent Fisk 1, Harry Snyder 1, Charlie White 1.

UMW ASSISTS:
Brent Fisk 1, Peter Lytle 1, Charlie White 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Connor Locke (W&L) - 60:00, 5 saves, 5 GA
Ryan Kleman (UMW) - 60:00, 10 saves, 6 GA