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Syracuse men’s lacrosse falls short in NCAA quarterfinals

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  • Kyle Evans 

The No. 4 Syracuse men’s lacrosse team had their season end on Sunday afternoon at Johnny Unitas Stadium with a 10-8 loss to No. 6 Denver in the NCAA Quarterfinal Round.

The Orange trailed 10-5 after three-quarters of play but made things interesting in the fourth as they scored three straight goals to cut the deficit to two and held Denver scoreless over the final 15:44 before falling short.

Michael Leo and Sam English were the top offensive producers for Syracuse. Leo contributed a hat trick, while English had two goals and two assists. Owen Hiltz logged one goal and one assist for the Orange, while Finn Thomson and Jake Stevens each added one goal to round out the ‘Cuse performers with points.

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Syracuse finished the season with 12 wins, the most for the program since going 13-3 in 2017.