|MCLA Men's Lacrosse Drops First Game in Program's History|
|09:53PM / Saturday, February 22, 2020|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The College of Mount Saint Vincent received seven goals from Patrick Nagy as they cruised past the MCLA Trailblazers 13-0 Saturday evening in non-league men's lacrosse action.
The game marked the first in program history for MCLA as it was officially welcomed as a varsity sport. The Dolphins are now 1-0 while MCLA is 0-1.
In the opening quarter, Mount Saint Vincent's Patrick Nagy tallied the game's opening two goals in the first 2:21 for an early 2-0 advantage. The visitors would continue their strong play in the opening quarter with two more goals to up the margin to 4-0 after one period of play.
The Dolphins would add five more goals in the second period to assume ultimate control. Jaiden Martinez and Matthew Pincus added markers before Nagy closed the half with three more tallies to up the margin to 9-0 at intermission.
The visitors owned a 25-4 shot advantage in the opening half of play.
CMSV added four more tallies in the second half to pull away to the easy victory.
Nagy ended with seven goals on the night. Pincus ended with three of his own. Christian Brody earned the shutout in goal stopping seven shots in the process.
MCLA's Brady Larkin absorbed the loss in goal for MCLA.