Release: April 7, 2009
Contact: David O'Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
men's lacrosse loses 11-9 at No. 15 Colgate
HAMILTON, N.Y.-- Senior attack Brandon Corp scored a game-high
four goals and fellow senior attack Kevin Colleluori added three
goals and two assists, leading No. 15 Colgate (8-3) to an 11-9
win over Binghamton (1-9) in a non-conference men's lacrosse
game on Tuesday evening at at Andy Kerr Stadium. The loss is
the fifth straight setback for the Bearcats, four of which have
come against nationally-ranked opponents.
Binghamton led through much of the first three quarters but the
score was even at 6-6 entering the final 15 minutes of regulation.
Senior attack Jake
Boyce put the Bearcats up 7-6 at the 14:26 mark but Corp,
who leads the nation with 4.60 points per game, deadlocked the
game with 13:17 left.
Exactly one minute after Corp's goal, junior attack Steve
Carlson reclaimed the lead for Binghamton. At the 11:18
mark, however, Corp struck again and tied the game at 8-8.
From there, the Red Raiders scored three unanswered goals over
the next 10 minutes. Colleluori scored the final two goals during
The Red Raiders outshot Binghamton 31-28 and won 12 of the 23
faceoffs. Each team had 21 ground balls.
Senior attackers Jonny
Baron and Chris
Mulheron each scored twice for Binghamton. Senior midfielder
Joy finished with a goal and two assists while junior
Cook added a goal and an assist.
Senior goalie Larry
Kline made 11 saves, marking the fifth straight game
he has reached double figures in stops.
Binghamton returns home for a 7 p.m. game against Vermont on