No. 10 Men's Lacrosse Takes Care Of Clark, 28-1
, April 15, 2004 – Springfield College freshman attackman Nicholas Carter (Cheshire, Conn.)
registered his first collegiate points, totaling three goals and five assists to lead the No. 10 Pride to a 28-1 victory over Clark University this evening on Benedum Field. The victory gave SC (8-3, 3-0 Pilgrim) its seventh-straight victory, including a 3-0 mark in the Pilgrim League.
Senior midfielder Craig Gibson (South Salem, N.Y.)
put the Pride on the board 1:29 into the game with the first of his two goals to become the highest scoring midfielder in SC history. His 131 career points (92 goals, 39 assists) broke the record set by Erik Refvik
SC never looked back, scoring 13 first-quarter goals en route to 20-unanswered, for a 21-0 lead with 11:23 remaining in the third quarter.
Senior attackman Evan Race (Austin, Texas)
netted the lone Clark (3-6, 1-2 Pilgrim) goal with 10:35 remaining in the third quarter, before seven more Pride goals made the final score, 28-1.
Freshman midfielder Adam Toutain (Lewiston, Maine)
was credited with four goals and an assist, senior attackman Paul Purdy (Brewster, N.Y.)
tallied three goals and two assists, sophomore Brandon Asplundh (Bryn Athyn, Pa.)
registered two goals and three assists and junior attackman Dan Blinn (Longmeadow, Mass.)
scored four goals for Springfield.
The Pride continues its Pilgrim League schedule this Saturday, hosting Babson College in a 1:00 game on Benedum Field.
Head Coach Keith Bugbee
Keith Bugbee enters his 31st season as head men's lacrosse coach at Springfield College in 2014. Under his direction, the Pride is one of the top programs in the country. Bugbee's coaching record stands at an impressive 327-157 (.676 winning percentage). Read more
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