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The Lafayette

Sports Recap Central


Baseball (3-42)

April 22 vs. Lehigh

L, 3-2

The Leopards wasted a solid start, as senior Trevor Houck went the distance, only giving up two unearned runs while striking out three Mountain Hawks. A solo home run by Lehigh in the seventh was the difference maker in this one.


April 22 vs. Lehigh

L, 9-1

Only amassing five hits in the game, the Lafayette offense struggled against the Mountain Hawks. Lehigh scored all nine of their runs in the first four innings and was in control for the rest of the game.


April 23 vs. Lehigh

L, 5-1

Once again the Leopards’ offense struggled to muster anything at the plate. Freshman Trey Durrah knocked in the only run with an RBI single in the sixth inning to avoid the shutout.


April 23 vs. Lehigh

L, 12-2

Despite getting 10 hits in the game, the Leopards left 14 runners on base as they were unable to capitalize. Still, it wouldn’t have made a difference as the Lehigh offense plated 12 runs.


April 26 @ Penn State

L, 9-2

Senior Alex Woinski had two hits and scored twice, but the Leopards’ offense was unable to score more than two runs yet again, falling to the Nittany Lions by seven runs.


Men’s Lacrosse (2-12)

April 21 @ Colgate

L, 11-6

The Leopards fell to the Raiders to close out their season. Senior co-captain Kevin Lewis ended his collegiate career with a hat trick and sophomore goalie Jonathan Anastos made a career-high 19 saves.


Women’s Lacrosse (10-6)

April 22 @ Loyola

L, 20-8

Sophomore Jane Kirby had a hat trick and senior Kirsten Wilhelmsen scored two goals, but the Leopards were unable to keep the Patriot League leading Greyhounds in check as they fell by double digits.


Softball (6-24)

April 22 vs. Boston

L, 1-0

After going through the first 10 innings scoreless, the Terriers were able to plate a run in the 11th inning to steal the first game of the series from the Leopards.


April 22 vs. Boston

L, 7-0

Boston scored three runs in the first three innings to take control of the game, as they shutout the Leopards for the second game in a row.


April 23 vs. Boston

L, 6-0

On senior day, the Leopards were unable to score as the Terriers completed a series sweep and rare series shutout against Lafayette.


Men’s Tennis (7-16)

April 20 vs. Holy Cross

W, 4-0

In the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament, the Leopards were able to sweep Holy Cross. Freshmen Paul Caruso and Blake Oslan and sophomore Andrew Reed all grabbed singles points while the Oslan and Reed team and junior Mason Keel and sophomore Matthew DeBenedetto team won the doubles point.


April 21 vs. Army

L, 4-0

In the second round of the Patriot League Tournament, the Leopards were shutout by the Golden Knights.


Women’s Tennis (6-15)

April 19 vs. The College of New Jersey

L, 6-1

The Leopards lost all but one match, as freshman Grace Conrad grabbed the only point in a singles match victory.


Track and Field

April 21 @ Larry Ellis Invitational

Lafayette sent six competitors to the event, as senior Tessa Broholm set a personal record in the 400m hurdles and senior Patrick Corcoran finished 16th in the hammer throw.


April 22 @ All-American Invite

The Leopards had a strong showing, with seven top-three finishes at the event. Junior Michael Thorne led the jumpers with a first place finish in the pole vault competition. The relay team of junior Steven Young, freshman Dan Hogan, sophomore Tom Strand and freshman Justin Johnson finished second in the 4x100m relay.

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