Release: March 21, 2009
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men's lacrosse loses 13-4 at No. 2 Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N.Y.-- Second-ranked Syracuse (5-1) scored seven unanswered
goals to end the game, defeating Binghamton (1-6) 13-4 in a non-conference
men's lacrosse game on Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome.
The game was televised locally by Time Warner Sports.
"We came out and played with a lot of heart," head
coach Ed Stephenson said. "But that is one of the best teams
in the country and one of the best offensive teams in the country."
Chris Daniello netted a game-high three goals for Syracuse. Kenny
Nims and Stephen Kehoe each added two goals.
Senior attack Jake
Boyce finished the day with a pair of goals. Senior midfielders
Baron and Kevin
Joy also scored for Binghamton.
The host Orange broke open a 3-3 tie with three goals in the
final seven minutes of the second quarter. After Time Desko scored
at the 6:04 mark, Keogh and Scott Kahoe each netted goals in
a span of 42 seconds.
Boyce cut the deficit to 6-4 with 1:27 ellapsed in the third
quarter. Syracuse, however, ripped off five straight goals to
take a 11-4 lead into the final quater.
Daniello and Matt Abbott each added a goal in the last 15 minutes
Senior goalie Larry
Kline stopped 13 shots for the Bearcats.
Binghamton hosts Albany next Saturday at 7 p.m. in its America
East Conference opener.