Baldwin-Wallace too much for Wilmington men’s lacrosse


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The Wilmington College Fightin’ Quakers men’s Lacrosse team took on the Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets this eveningand lost 16-6.

“We played very well today in all aspects of the game. Our guys fought hard for a full 60 minutes and kept working all game long,” said head coach Bryan Habick. “I was very proud of our defense and the strides they were able to make today.”

In the first period both Wilmington was able to hold off the offensive attack from Baldwin Wallace by only allowing two goals and by playing aggressive defense across the board.

In the second period Baldwin Wallace was able to find an offensive rhythm by scoring on eight straight goals stretching the lead to 10-0 at the half.

To begin the third period, Wilmington was able to score the first goal of the period by junior Jhordan Lang. Shortly, thereafter, senior Reid Delaney was able to put in his 100th career goal.

In the fourth period Wilmington’s Lang was able to add two goals but they were not enough to overcome the first half deficit.

The top offensive performers of the evening for Wilmington were Lang with four goals and one assist, and Delaney posting two goals and one assist.

Defensively freshman Matthew Willenbrink was able to cause two turnovers and pick up two ground balls, while senior goalie Paul Koerbel allowed 16 goals with 20 saves and 4 ground balls on the afternoon.

Wilmington (2-7) returns to action 7 p.m. Wednesday at Ohio Northern in conference action.

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