Crusaders whip Wilmington in men’s lacrosse 20-8

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BEXLEY – The Wilmington College men’s lacrosse team went scoreless for nearly two periods as the Fightin’ Quakers lost to Capital, 20-8, Wednesday at Bernlohr Stadium in Ohio Athletic Conference action.

Capital scored 11 straight goals spanning the end of the first period and the end of the third period to open up a lead.

Junior Reid Delaney scored with one second remaining in the third period to end the Crusaders’ run. He was the only Wilmington player with multiple goals.

The Crusaders scored five goals in each period.

Senior Jalen Jackson snapped a four-game goalless streak, the longest of his career, with a second-period marker.

Sophomore Jhordan Lang finished with one goal and two assists for the Fightin’ Quakers. It was the second time this season Lang dished out two goals in a contest.

Junior Chris Hein and sophomore Matt Dugan each had a goal and an assist.

Junior Paul Koerbel, 0-4, made 10 saves on 30 shots.

Wilmington won just two of 30 face-offs in the game.

Wilmington (4-7 overall, 0-4 OAC) travels Muskingum 1 p.m. Saturday in OAC action.

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