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Keiser Men No ‘Treat’ for Montreat in 23-8 Win; Florida Kids Offense Leads Way in 17-Goal 1st Half

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PB Central alum Ryan Rundle 6G, Lake Nona alums JP Prather and AJ Badik 7G/1A combined, Oxbridge alum Vincent Cerasuolo 3G/4A

via Keiser press release/website


Men’s Lacrosse Gets Powerful Home Win versus Montreat

Game Information
No. 2 Keiser Seahawks 23, Montreat Cavaliers 8
Multipurpose Field (West Palm Beach, Fla.)
Records: Keiser 9-1 (5-1) | Montreat 1-9 (0-3) 

Keiser men’s lacrosse got back in the win column today with a convincing victory at home versus Montreat. The Seahawks led for the whole game, and logged their third game of the season with 20+ goals. 

First Quarter
Keiser 10, MC 1

Second Quarter
Keiser 17, MC 2

  • Prather began the second quarter with an unassisted goal with 14:02 remaining.
  • James MacGilvray scored three minutes later with an assist from Cerasuolo. 
  • MacGilvray found the net again shortly afterward with an assist from Matt Sheehy
  • Cerasuolo scored with a JP Prather assist with 8:54 on the clock. 
  • Rundle scored again at the 8:19 mark with a Logan Dujon assist. 
  • After four scoreless minutes, Matt Sheehy got an unassisted goal. 
  • Montreat’s Grayson Scott broke the scoring run with a goal at the 2:13 mark. 
  • Prather scored the final goal of the half with a Niemy assist at the :51 second mark. 
Third Quarter

Keiser 22, MC 5

  • AJ Badik opened the second half with a goal at the 11:59 mark. 
  • MC answered with a goal three minutes later. 
  • Rundle scored with a Niemy assist with 6:58 left in the quarter. 
  • In response, the Cavaliers got two goals in twenty seconds. 
  • Prather found the net unassisted with 2:55 on the clock. 
  • KU got two goals in the final ten seconds of the quarter from Badik and Rundle respectively. 
Fourth Quarter

Keiser 23, MC 8

  • Montreat went on a 3-0 scoring run from 11:38-6:03. 
  • Cerasuolo scored the last goal of the game with :47 left in the contest, with Niemy providing the assist. 
KU Highlights
  • Keiser outshot MC 67-23. 
  • KU caused 17 Cavalier turnovers.  
  • Chris Rayburn led the way at the faceoff X, going 17-20. 
  • The Seahawks went 10-11 on clears. 
  • Keiser picked up 49 groundballs. 
  • Lucas Green was credited with three saves.
  • AJ Badik has now surpassed 100 career points. 
  • Vincent Cerasuolo is two goals away from the most career goals in program history.

Team Leaders
No. 2 Keiser
Goals: Rundle (6)
Points: Niemy / Cerasuolo (7)
Assists: Niemy (5)
Faceoffs: Rayburn (17-20)
Ground Balls: Rayburn (10)
Caused Turnovers: Cerasuolo / Cassidy (3)
Saves: Green (3)

Goals: Chance (3)
Points: Chance (4)
Assists: Miles (3)
Faceoffs: Del Sol (8-30)
Ground Balls: Holland (5)
Caused Turnovers: Holland (2)
Saves: Espinosa (11)

Up Next

Keiser will host (RV) Ottawa in West Palm Beach, Fla. this Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

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