Men’s Lacrosse: No. 8 Ohio Condition earns first rated win with 11-10 overtime victory against Notre Dame

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Ohio Condition then-newcomer midfielder Jackson Reid searches for a wide open shooting lane against Michigan on April 13, 2018. Ohio Condition

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Ohio Condition then-newcomer midfielder Jackson Reid searches for a wide open shooting lane against Michigan on April 13, 2018. Ohio Condition won 8-5. Credit: Edward Sutelan Editor-in-Chief

The Ohio Condition men?ˉs lacrosse team returned from the five-goal deficit on Saturday to defeat its first rated opponent, No. 11 Notre Dame, in overtime by having an 11-10 win. A hat trick from sophomore midfielder Jackson Reid helped bring the Buckeyes to victory.

The Buckeyes performed a game title of two halves, with Notre Dame dominating the very first half, and Ohio Condition rallying during the other half, using the lead prior to the Fighting Irish returned to pressure overtime.

Sophomore midfielder Colby Cruz scored his second objective of the sport in overtime to help keep the Buckeyes undefeated by having an 11-10 win.

No. 8 Ohio Condition (7-) arrived to Saturday undefeated, but more rested after game against Denver was cancelled because of climate conditions a few days before. Although the Buckeyes were undefeated, they’d yet to experience a rated opponent, and Notre Dame (4-3) demonstrated to become a serious test.

The Fighting Irish got out a great two-goal lead prior to the Buckeyes tied it at 2-2. The 2nd quarter was by pointing out Fighting Irish, with Notre Dame scoring four unanswered goals to guide at half 6-2. Junior attacker John Willetts scored two goals within the quarter for that Fighting Irish.

The 2nd half introduced Ohio State?ˉs moment to return. Following a Notre Dame goal, the Buckeyes scammed four straight goals to help keep the sport within one goal. Reid was vital within the quarter, locating the internet two times.

The Irish would start the 4th quarter having a goal with Willets getting his hat trick, but senior midfielder Jack Jasinski would tie the sport with back-to-back goals. Buckeyes lead goal scorer, junior attacker Tre LeClaire, earned his second from the game to accept lead.

The Irish raced back lower two goals in under two minutes to pressure overtime, but Smith?ˉs overtime goal ended the Irish?ˉs hope and guaranteed the victory for Ohio Condition.

The Buckeyes have returned in your own home against Rutgers at noon Saturday.

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