via Keiser press release
Score: No. 4 Keiser 22, Montreat 1
Records: No. 4 Keiser (5-2), Montreat (1-5)
Location: Keiser Multi-Purpose Field, West Palm Beach, Fla.
The fourth-ranked Keiser men’s lacrosse team used a flurry of goals to cruise past Montreat, 22-1, for their third straight win Thursday afternoon on the road.
In the win,
set two single-game records as the freshman scooped up 18 ground balls and won 26 faceoffs. Cam Provines and John Senior also surpassed 100 career points in the victory. Hunter East
Keiser 9, Montreat 0
Keiser’s offense exploded in the opening quarter as they tallied nine goals and seven assists.
started the scoring just nine seconds into the contest off an assist from Cam Provines . Cole Stassi Back-to-back goals by East upped Keiser’s advantage to 3-0 as 4:43 showed on the clock.
The Seahawks totaled the next six goals in the final 3:45 of the quarter, capped off by a
score with two ticks left to lead 9-0. John Senior
paced the run with two goals and East collected his first hat-trick of the season. Weston Waerness
Keiser 13, Montreat 0
East pushed the Keiser lead to 11-0 with his fourth and fifth goals of the contest as 8:18 remained in the half.
registered the final two goals of the half for the Seahawks as they led 13-0 at the break. Anthony Senior
Keiser 18, Montreat 0
Keiser picked up right where they left off as Stassi netted his second hat-trick of the year at the 13:01 mark, extending the Seahawks lead to 14-0.
Mayson Flederback followed with his first goal of the year, pushing the Keiser lead to 15-0 with 12:48 left in the third.
Keiser closed out the quarter with three more tallies, all coming from
, to lead 18-0 after three. Joshua Shields The hat-trick for Shields was the sophomore’s first of the year.
Keiser 22, Montreat 1
and East went back-to-back to open the fourth before Montreat broke through on the scoreboard at the 7:00 mark as KU led 20-1. Dylan Sharpe The Seahawks netted the final two goals of the contest to cruise to a 22-1 victory.
3: East, Shields, and Stassi all tallied hat-tricks.
4: Stassi dished out a game-best four assists.
5: Five different Seahawks totaled at least five points.
7: East notched a game-high seven goals.
stopped nine shots in the victory. Cole George 14: Collectivley, Keiser recorded 14 assists.
18: Provines scooped up a game-best 18 ground balls en route to setting a new school record.
26: Provines went a perfect 26-of-26 in faceoffs, setting a new school record.
34: Keiser picked up 55 ground balls compared to just 21 for Montreat.
64/37: The Seahawks posted 64 shots, 37 of which were on goal in the win.
and East registered their 100th career point in the win. John Senior
Points: East (9)
Goals: East (7)
Assists: Stassi (4)
Faceoffs: Provines (26-26)
Ground Balls: Provines (18)
Caused Turnovers: East (3)
Saves: George (9)
Points: Bass (1)
Goals: Bass (1)
Assists: Gunn (1)
Faceoffs: Smith (0-21)
Ground Balls: Hicklen (3)
Caused Turnovers: Pearce (3)
Saves: Summey (13)
Keiser at Webber International on Saturday, April 10, at 1:00 p.m. in Babson Park, Fla.