Release: March 9, 2010
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men's lacrosse loses 19-4 at No. 8 Cornell
ITHACA, N.Y -- Ryan Hurley had a game-high four goals and Rob
Pannell added three goals and three assists, powering No. 8 Cornell
(4-0) to a 19-4 rout over Binghamton (1-4) in a non-conference
men's lacrosse game on Tuesday afternoon at Schoelkopf Field.
The game marked the second time this season that the Bearcats
have squared off against a nationally-ranked opponent.
Hurley and Pannell spearheaded a Big Red attack that featured
five players recording multiple-goal games. Chris Langston finished
with three goals and an assist while Roy Lang and Scott Austin
each scored twice.
Junior midfielder Frank
Donlon had two goals for the Bearcats, marking his third
multiple-goal game of the season. Senior attack Andy
Cook and freshman attack Matt
Springer each added a goal. Springer has now scored in all
five Binghamton games this season and leads the squad with 13
Ahead 3-2 after one quarter, Cornell went on a 5-1 tear over
the next 15 minutes to go up 8-3 at the break. Hurley scored
twice and Pannell added a goal and two assists during that span.
Pannell went on to scored two goals and add an assist during
a 6-1 third period that increased the Big Red lead to 14-4. Five
different Cornell players netted goals during the final quarter
Cornell outshot Binghamton 51-29 for the game and held a 46-24
advantage in ground balls.
Binghamton heads to Marist on Saturday for a 3 p.m. game.