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Keiser Handles Point at Home 25-1

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via Keiser press release/website


Game Information
No. 1 Keiser Seahawks 25, Point Skyhawks 1
Multipurpose Field (West Palm Beach, Fla)
Keiser 10-0, 5-0 AAC | Point 2-10, 0-5 AAC

Keiser men’s lacrosse won their tenth straight game this evening with a 25-1 victory over Point. The Seahawks scored 25 goals, and recorded the second most shots in a game in program history, (66) as well as the most caused turnovers in program history. (23) 

First Quarter
Keiser 5, Point 0

  • Keiser scored the first goal of the day on a shot from Ryan Rundle with 13:11 on the clock. 
  • Jack Gillen scored 40 seconds later.
  • Three minutes later, Josten Ucros hit the back of the net with an AJ Badik assist. 
  • After another three minutes, Jackson Marshall scored his first goal of the season. 
  • With 3:52 on the clock, Vincent Cerasuolo scored unassisted. 

Second Quarter
Keiser 13, Point 0

  • With only 30 seconds gone in the quarter, Jack Gillen scored with a Trevor Hall assist. 
  • After six minutes with no action on the scoreboard, Gillen kicked off a scoring flurry for the Seahawks, with an unassisted goal.
  • 40 seconds later, AJ Badik scored. 
  • In the last four minutes of the game, Brent Young and Josten Ucros scored a goal with assists from Cole Stassi
  • Jack Gillen and Cole Stassi each scored within a minute of each other. 
  • Cam Provines scored his first goal of the year with 16 seconds remaining in the half. 
Third Quarter

Keiser 18, Point 0

  • Holding a strong lead, Keiser came out of the locker room and scored a goal just 52 seconds into the second half, with an unassisted Ryan Rundle goal. 
  • After nine minutes of defensive deadlock, Marek Albiero scored with a James MacGilvray assist. 
  • MacGilvray scored a goal of his own 90 seconds later. 
  • With under a minute to go in the quarter, Braeden Niemy and James MacGilvray each scored, with assists from Logan Dujon and Michael Shepherd respectively. 
Fourth Quarter

Keiser 25, Point1

  • The Skyhawks got their first goal of the day with 13:15 on the clock. 
  • The Seahawks responded two minutes later with two more MacGilvray goals. 
  • Marek AlbieroVincent CerasuoloJames MacGilvrayJosten Ucros, all added to their goal totals in the final seven minutes of the game. 

KU Highlights

  • Keiser outshot Point 66-15. 
  • KU forced a school record 23 turnovers. 
  • James MacGilvray scored a career-high five goals. 
  • Cam Provines was perfect on faceoffs, going 14-14. 
  • KU was efficient on clears, going 17-18.
  • The Seahawks picked up 49 groundballs.

Team Leaders
No. 1 Keiser
Goals: MacGilvray (5)
Points: MacGilvray (6)
Assists: Stassi (3)
Faceoffs: Provines (14-14)
Ground Balls: Provines (11)
Caused Turnovers: Marshall (5)
Saves: Green (5)

Goals: Cross (1)
Points: Cross (1)
Assists: N/A
Faceoffs: Messer (3-12)
Ground Balls: Sillers (5)
Caused Turnovers: Four Players (2)
Saves: McLeod (20)

Coach's Corner
Up Next

Keiser will host No. 4 University of the Cumberlands (Ky) next Thursday, March 30. Opening faceoff is set for 6:00 p.m. 

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