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Lions' men's lacrosse team loses at Wittenberg University
Mount St. Joseph (4-5)
at
Wittenberg (5-3)
4/3/2013 | Springfield, Ohio | Attendance: 103
1st2nd3rd4thFinal
Mount St. Joseph12036
Wittenberg353314
Stats at a GlanceMSJMENWITTEN
Shots2749
Ground Balls1435
Saves2010
Clears17-2315-16
Turnovers166
Face-offs6-2317-23
Extra Man Opportunities0-21-3
Stats LeadersMSJMENWITTEN
GoalsRyan Gallagher - 3
Andrew Morrison - 3
Alex Previte - 3
AssistsJoey Ely - 1
Lewis Thompson - 2
Ground Balls Joe Busam - 4
Riley Boehm - 11
Face-offs Andrew Stoffer - 3-8
Zach Thomas - 3-15
Riley Boehm - 17-22
Saves Joe Illencik - 20
Jay Dolan - 10

Wednesday, April 03, 2013
by Dane Neumeister

Host Wittenberg University jumped out to an 8-3 halftime lead on Wednesday evening, en route to a 14-6 win over the Mount. The Lions, who drop to 4-5 overall this season, will host a Midwest Lacrosse Conference game on April 6 against Aurora University. The Mount has a 2-1 record in the conference.

The Tigers scored the first three goals in the game, while Mount junior Ryan Gallagher (Chicago, IL/St. Rita) broke through with 1:28 showing on the first quarter clock to ge the Lions on the scoreboard and cut the deficit to 3-1. Wittenberg, however, would tally five unanswered goals at that point, to lead 8-1, while the Lions would get the last two goals of the first half, with scores from Patrick McClanahan (Cincinnati, OH/Madeira) and Will McClanahan (Cincinnati, OH/Madeira).

Wittenberg would go on a three-goal scoring spree in the second half, to move out to an 11-1 lead. Gallagher added two second half goals, and teammate Peter Thompson (Homewood, IL/Homewood-Flossmoor) would close the scoring in the game. The Tigers out-shot the Lions, 49-27 in the game, including 34-16 in shots on goal. Wittenberg held a 20-7 edge in shots in the first half as they built their five-goal advantage at the intermission.

Gallagher led the Mount with three goals while goalie Joe Illencik (Youngstown, OH/Cardinal Mooney) had 20 saves in the game.

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