The Hobart College lacrosse team scored six goals in the fourth quarter to post a 16-9 victory over Binghamton this afternoon on Boswell Field at David J Urick Stadium. The Statesmen improved to 4-1 overall this season, and the Bearcats fell to 1-5.
Seven Statesmen factored into today’s scoring. Junior Ryan Archer matched his career-high of seven points on three goals and four assists. Archer now has 48 career assists, and is tied with Jeff Colburn ’09 for ninth on Hobart’s Division I era list. Senior Justin Scott tallied six points (4g, 2a), and is now 10th on Hobart’s Division I era career list, passing Chris Pederson ’12 and Frank Brown ’17. Scott is also fifth on Hobart’s Division I era career list for goals with 96, and senior Eric Holden is fourth (97) after notching three goals today. Junior Wylie Sherman recorded three points on one goal and two assists.
Hobart won 19-of-28 faceoffs. Junior Drew Blanchard won 12 of the 16 faceoffs he took, and scooped up a team-high five ground balls. First-year Adam Shea won 7-of-12 faceoffs, and picked up four ground balls. Senior Sam Lucchesi made 15 saves to earn the win in goal, and scooped up one ground ball. Lucchesi is now third on Hobart’s Division I era list with 17 wins.