via Keiser press release
Score: No. 3 Keiser 19, Tennessee Wesleyan 13
Records: No. 3 Keiser (2-1), Tennessee Wesleyan (1-1)
Location: Athens, Tenn.
Led by seven goals from
, the No. 3 Keiser men’s lacrosse team battled past Tennessee Wesleyan 19-13 Sunday afternoon for their first road win of the season. John Senior
Keiser 5, Tennessee Wesleyan 1
got the scoring started for Keiser with a goal 1:48 into the contest. Hunter East
and Landon Underwood joined East in the scoring column as Keiser’s lead grew to 4-0 at the 5:58 mark. John Senior Following a Bulldogs goal,
scored to give the Seahawks a 5-1 lead at the end of one. Anthony Senior
Keiser 9, Tennessee Wesleyan 4
Tennessee Wesleyan opened the quarter with two goals in the first six minutes of play.
Keiser responded with four straight goals, capped off by
first goal of the season, to up their advantage to 9-3 with :37 remaining in the half. Josten Ucros’ The Bulldogs netted the final goal of the quarter with just five seconds left to trim the deficit to 9-4 at the break.
Keiser 14, Tennessee Wesleyan 9
delivered the first strike for Keiser less than a minute into the second half as they led 10-4. Hunter Pfeiffer Following
third goal of the day, Tennessee Wesleyan found the back of the net to cut the margin to six, 11-5, at the 10:51 mark. John Senior’s The two squads traded goals over the final 10 minutes of the quarter as Keiser led 14-9 heading into the fourth.
Keiser 19, Tennessee Wesleyan 13
Tennessee Wesleyan struck first in the final quarter just 33 seconds in.
responded with his fifth and sixth goals of the game to push Keiser’s lead back up to six, 16-10, with 10:26 remaining. John Senior
and Cam Provines upped the Seahawks advantage to 18-10 with back-to-back goals as 9:20 showed on the clock. Cole Stassi The Bulldogs scored three of the final four goals, but it wasn’t enough as Keiser went on to win 19-13 for their first road win of the year.
5: Keiser is now 5-0 all-time against Tennessee Wesleyan.
tallied six saves in afternoon. Cole George 6: East tied the school record for assists in a game with six.
scored a career-high seven goals to lead all players. John Senior 8:
and East registered a game-best eight points. John Senior 9: Nine Seahawks found their way into the scoring column.
scooped up a game high 14 ground balls and went 23-of-33 on faceoffs. Cam Provines
Points: Senior/East (8)
Goals: Senior (7)
Assists: East (6)
Faceoffs: Provines (23-33)
Ground Balls: Provines (14)
Caused Turnovers: Two Tied (1)
Saves: George (6)
Points: Greco (5)
Goals: Greco (4)
Faceoffs: Gasior (9-31)
Ground Balls: Gasior (6)
Caused Turnovers: Five Tied (1)
Saves: DeMoss (10)
Keiser at The University of Alabama in Huntsville on Feb. 28 at Charger Park in Huntsville, Ala.