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#22 Lourdes Continues to Roll, Downs Robert Morris 23-3

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Lourdes University's men's lacrosse team remained unbeaten on the season Saturday morning with a 23-3 victory over Robert Morris (Ill.) at Morris Field in Arlington Heights, Ill.

 

Danny Bichsel (Westerville, Ohio/North H.S.) scored six times and added four assists for a 10-point game while Avery Levonuk (Philadelphia, Pa./Harriton H.S.) and Andrew DiMartini (Sylvania, Ohio/Southview H.S.) each tallied four goals for the 22nd-ranked Gray Wolves.

 

Lourdes wasted little time taking control of the game, as Bichsel scored just 44 seconds into the game and the Gray Wolves took a 4-0 lead after the opening quarter.  Lourdes outshot the Eagles 21-1 in the opening 15 minutes.  The lead grew to 11-2 at halftime.   The Gray Wolves tallied 10 unanswered goals in the third quarter in building a 21-2 advantage before coasting through the final 15 minutes.

 

Tony DiMartini (Sylvania, Ohio/Saint Francis H.S.) added three goals and three assists while Dylan Gill (Holland, Ohio/Saint Francis H.S.) tallied two more goals.  Jared Yoshino (Toledo, Ohio/Southview H.S.), Josh Hollinger (Maumee, Ohio/Anthony Wayne H.S.), James Sandels (Copley, Ohio/Revere H.S.), and Jay Fisher (Toledo, Ohio/Southview H.S.) each had one goal in the win for Lourdes.  Yoshino also handed out four assists as part of a five-point day.

 

The Gray Wolves outshot the Eagles 67-22 for the game and held a 56-26 advantage in ground balls won.  Connor Mishler (Lambertville, Mich./Saint John's H.S.) made three saves for Lourdes in goal over the first three quarters while Joe Hollinger (Maumee, Ohio/Anthony Wayne H.S.) made one more stop in the fourth quarter.  Chance Larsen made 14 saves for Robert Morris (0-4) in the loss.

 

Lourdes (5-0) will return to action on Wednesday evening, traveling to Adrian, Mich. to face Siena Heights.  The opening faceoff is set for 7 p.m.