Men’s Lacrosse: No. 4 Ohio Condition falls 14-6 to Rutgers in first loss of year

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Ohio Condition junior attack Tre Leclaire (44) runs to interrupt his defenders against Rutgers at Ohio Stadium on Marly. 31. Ohio Condition los

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Ohio Condition junior attack Tre Leclaire (44) runs to interrupt his defenders against Rutgers at Ohio Stadium on Marly. 31. Ohio Condition lost 6-14. Credit: Willow Mollenkopf For That Lantern

No. 4 Ohio Condition men’s lacrosse team began Big Ten experience the incorrect feet Sunday in your own home, falling to Rutgers because of its first loss of year 14-6.

The Buckeyes (7-1, -1 Big Ten) arrived to Sunday because the only team in Division I lacrosse undefeated, but ultimately finally fell to defeat through the hands from the Scarlet Knights. Rutgers junior attack and leading point scorer Kieran Mullins was instrumental in upsetting the Buckeyes, scoring four goals and 4 assists.

Ohio Condition mind coach Nick Myers wasn’t centered on a single player that gave the Buckeyes issue.

“I don&#8217t seem like we did a great job within the first 15-20 minutes of the game settling into farmville,” Myers stated.

The Buckeyes arrived on the scene hot having a goal within the first 46 seconds as sophomore attacker Colby Cruz recorded his first objective of the sport. But all of those other quarter saw Rutgers take advantage of the Buckeyes’ eight turnovers, scoring five straight goals to finish the quarter, a couple of which originated from Mullins.

The Rutgers (6-4, 1- Big Ten) defense was on full display, benefiting from an Ohio Condition team that accrued 16 turnovers.

The Scarlet Knights redshirt senior goalie Max Edelmann, who leads the country in saves, saved 17 shots to help keep the Buckeyes to some season-low six goals.

“The goalkeeper is really a hell of the player, 17 saves,” Myers stated. “He clearly performed today.”

The 2nd quarter began with another Rutgers goal to increase its result in five before Ohio Condition finally clarified back having a goal as sophomore midfield Griffin Hughes got his third of year prior to the Scarlet Knights had a goal back.

Myers believed the Ohio Condition offense wasn’t getting quality shots across from the Rutgers defense.

“I felt like we simply shot the ball, that is very uncharacteristic people, really poorly within the first, 2-for-22 [goals to shots on the right track], also it ended up costing,” Myers stated.

After attempting a comeback similar to the Buckeyes had against Notre Dame on March 23, scoring two goals to begin the quarter, Rutgers could awesome off Ohio State’s hot streak, scoring two straight.

The ultimate quarter was all Rutgers, scoring four goals to Ohio State’s one.

“Every time we chipped away in internet marketing, they provided a large play,” Myers stated. “It’s a game title we will need to grow from.”

Ohio Condition will visit Condition College, Pennsylvania in a few days to defend myself against No. 1 Penn Condition at 7 p.m. Sunday.

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