Men’s Lacrosse: No. 9 Ohio Condition remains undefeated with 13-9 win against Marquette

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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

After losing to Marquette a season ago, Ohio Condition could come forth with victory, remaining undefeated after five days of play.

No. 9 Ohio Condition men&#8217s lacrosse team (5-) team defeated Marquette (2-2) 13-9 in Dallas. ?Ohio Condition sophomore midfield Jackson Reid brought they with five goals while junior attack Tre LeClaire added three on six shots for that Buckeyes.

Three different Marquette players scored two goals each: redshirt senior attack Andrew Romagnoli, redshirt senior midfield Tanner Thomson, and junior midfield Connor McClelland.

The Golden Eagles opened up up scoring having a goal from Romagnoli. LeClaire found an objective prior to the finish from the quarter by having an assist from newcomer attack Jack Myers to finish the quarter tied at 1.

The 2nd quarter opened up with back-to-back goals within the first 16 seconds for that Buckeyes, with goals originating from Reid and junior midfield Ryan Terefenko. Reid finished the quarter having a hat-trick while Terefenko and Romagnoli would obtain second goals from the game. Marquette newcomer attack Holden Patterson would include an objective to really make it 6-3 in support of Ohio Condition in the half.

Despite allowing three goals within the third quarter, Ohio Condition maintained a minimum of a 2-goal lead for that whole from the other half.

After being taken off the sport within the third quarter after an injuries, Ohio Condition senior midfield Jack Jasinski came back in to the game within the 4th quarter greatly, supplying an objective and 2 more aids to provide him four points for that game.

The Buckeyes looked a lot more like their second-quarter form, outscoring the Golden Eagles 5-3 to finish the sport 13-9 and the Buckeyes undefeated.

Redshirt sophomore midfield Justin Inacio won 18-of-25 faceoffs. Senior defensemen and captain Matt Borges also selected up four ground balls to supply more help on the floor.

No. 9 Ohio Condition will visit New You are able to on March 9 to defend myself against Hofstra.

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