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Maloney keyed a Dragon attack that scored five goals in each of the first two quarters and then erupted for seven goals in the third quarter to take a 17-0 lead. Also scoring three times was junior attacker Jason Kilpatrick. Sophomore attacker Mark Williamson tallied three assists.
Binghamton got on the scoreboard when freshman forward James Savich (Endicott, N.Y./ Maine-Endwell) scored early in the fourth quarter. His goal was assisted by junior midfielder Jeff Blum (Newington, Conn.). Drexel, however, scored the final two goals to seal the win.
The Bearcats host Stony Brook next Tuesday at 1 p.m.
5 5 7 2 -19
Maloney (D) 3, Kilpatrick (D) 3, Friel (D) 2, Calamita (D) 2,
Fiore (D) 2, Swyers (D) 1, Metz (D) 1, Madeira D) 1, Williamson
(D) 1, Sorge (D) 1, Hagan (D) 1, Tuoney (D) 1, Savich (B) 1
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