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Keiser Seahawk Men Swarm SCAD Bees in 27-5 Home Victory

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Oxbridge alum Vincent Cerasuolo with 6G/3A, Lake Nona alum AJ Badik 6G/1A, Palm Beach Central alum Ryan Rundle 4G/5A, Lake Nona alum JP Prather 3G/2A

via Kesier press release/website


Game Information
No. 2 Keiser Seahawks 27, No. 10 SCAD-Savannah Bees 5
Multipurpose Field (West Palm Beach, Fla.)
Records: Keiser 11-1 (6-1) | SCAD 6-5 (2-4) 

Keiser men’s lacrosse won in convincing fashion this evening versus SCAD-Savannah. The Seahawks piled up 27 goals, including six from AJ Badik and Vincent Cerasuolo

First Quarter
Keiser 7, SCAD 1

  • AJ Badik scored the opening goal with a JP Prather assist with 13:25 on the clock.
  • One minute later, Badik and Prather linked up again.
  • Vincent Cerasuolo scored his first goal of the day unassisted at the 8:22 mark.
  • SCAD found the net with 6:10 left in the quarter.
  • Keiser answered with a 3-0 run to end the quarter with goals from Badik, Ryan Rundle, Prather, and Cerasuolo. 

Second Quarter
Keiser 15, SCAD 2

  • JP Prather scored again with a Cerasuolo assist three minutes into the quarter. 
  • Kegan Hufford found the net forty seconds afterward with a Rundle assist.
  • Rundle assisted on back-to-back goals for Badik and Braeden Niemy
  • The Bees scored at the 6:13 mark. 
  • The rest of the half was all Keiser, as Hufford (x2), Badik, and Cerasuolo all added goals. 
Third Quarter

Keiser 22, SCAD 3

  • JP Prather scored unassisted just 50 seconds into the half.
  • Four minutes later, Braeden Niemy scored with an assist from Vincent Cerasuolo.
  • Cerasuolo scored five minutes later without an assist.
  • Ryan Rundle scored unassisted with 5:30 on the clock.
  • 29 seconds later, Cerasuolo and Rundle linked up for a man-up goal.
  • Rundle got another goal with 3:36 left in the quarter. 
  • After SCAD scored, Kegan Hufford answered with an unassisted goal with 11 seconds on the board. 
Fourth Quarter

Keiser 27, SCAD 5

  • SCAD scored their penultimate goal eight seconds into the quarter. 
  • With 10:07 showing on the clock, James MacGilvray scored with a Rundle assist. 
  • MacGilvray’s goal sparked a 5-0 run from the Seahawks, with goals from Rundle, Zach Crotwell, Badik, and Cerasuolo. 
  • The Bees scored the last goal of the game with 1:35 on the board. 
KU Highlights
  • Keiser outshot SCAD 63-30. KU has now outshot its opponent in 23 consecutive games.
  • KU caused 15 Bee turnovers.
  • Chris Rayburn went 19-29 on faceoffs. 
  • The Seahawks went 20-23 on clears. 
  • Keiser picked up 43 groundballs. 
  • Lucas Green made 15 saves. 
  • Keiser has now scored 20+ goals while holding the opposition to eight or less goals in three consecutive games.

Team Leaders

No. 2 Keiser
Goals: Cerasuolo / Badik (6)
Points: Rundle / Cerasuolo (9)
Assists: Rundle (5)
Faceoffs: Rayburn (19-29)
Ground Balls: Rayburn (8)
Caused Turnovers: Niemeier (3)
Saves: Green (15)

No. 10 SCAD
Goals: Hickman (2)
Points: Hickman / Mowers (2)
Assists: Manuel / Mowers (1)
Faceoffs: Martinez (13-28)
Ground Balls: Martinez (4)
Caused Turnovers: Nebus / Henning (2)
Saves: Lamendola (7)

Up Next

Keiser will have a week off before facing Life University on Senior Day in West Palm Beach on Saturday, April 6. Opening faceoff is set for 1:00 p.m. 

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