Rollins Men 17-6 over Flagler – Both Recaps

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Eighth-Ranked Tars Stymie Saints

by Michael Pierce, photo by Mike Watters

WINTER PARK, Fla. (March 4, 2023) – The eighth-ranked Rollins men’s lacrosse team jumped out to a big lead early and never looked back, running away from Flagler for a 17-6 win. The Tars go to 4-0 on the season, while the Saints fall to 1-5.

Jack Johnstone tallied five points on three goals and two assists while also grabbing a ground ball and causing one turnover, while Brooks Rask tallied three goals and an assist. Justin White added three goals and Mikey Berkman chipped in with a goal and two assists. Shahé Katchadurian (4-0) got the win in goal, stopping 12 of the 14 shots he faced through 45 minutes of play.

First Quarter

  • Johnstone opened the scoring 2:15 into the game and added his second goal just 45 seconds later.
  • White netted his first of the day to make it 3-0, and Johnstone completed his hat trick with 1:21 left in the quarter to put the Tars up 4-0.

Second Quarter

  • White scored again 1:39 into the second, with Zane Williams following with his first goal of the season just over a minute later.
  • The Saints got their first two goals of the season later in the quarter, with Rollins holding a 6-2 advantage at the half.

Third Quarter

  • White scored his third of the game to open the scoring in the third, followed by goals from Quin Timmerman V and Berkman just 40 seconds apart.
  • Samuel Hartmann and Rask then scored their first goals of the season in closing minutes of the quarter, extending the Tars’ lead to 11-2.

Fourth Quarter

  • After Flagler scored twice in the first 1:17 of the fourth, Rask got his second goal to make it 12-4.
  • Kurt Rachau scored less than a minute after that, which was then followed by a Flagler goal to put the lead at 13-5.
  • Chad Bulera and Jack Lambert were the next two Tars to net their first goals of the season, pushing the lead to double-digits at 15-5 with 6:15 to play.
  • Flagler got one back, but Sean Carraciolo and Rask both scored in the last couple minutes of the game, giving the Tars a 17-6 victory.

The Tars will be right back at Barker Family Stadium on Monday, March 6, when they welcome Barton for a 7 p.m. game.

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Saints face another setback on the road against the No. 9 Tars

by Grace Schwab

ST. AUGUSTINE – Tyler Douglas led Flagler College in their game at No. 9 (USILA Division II Top 25) Rollins College this afternoon with three goals. A fast start by the Tars left the Saints with a 17-6 loss Saturday afternoon.
Flagler is now 1-5 overall while Rollins remains undefeated, 4-0.
The Tars started off the first quarter with a shutout, scoring four unanswered goals, three from Jack Johnstone.
The Saints were able to put up their first two goals to end the second quarter – one from Douglass and the second from Jacob Hauser, to trail 6-2, Tars at the half.
Flagler didn’t find the back of the net again until the fourth quarter where Douglass scored twice to complete a hat trick. Trace McDonald and Garrett McNulty also scored in the fourth quarter for the Saints.
Despite being outscored by the Tars, Saints goalie Nate Lehr shined through defensively with 14 saves.
Up next for the Saints is an at home match up on March 7 at 7 p.m. against the University of Mount Olive
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Scoring Summary

1st Period
12:45RCMLAXRCMLAX – Jack Johnstone Assisted by Mikey Berkman01
12:00RCMLAXRCMLAX – Jack Johnstone Assisted by Zane Williams02
09:04RCMLAXRCMLAX – Justin White03
01:21RCMLAXRCMLAX – Jack Johnstone04
2nd Period
13:21RCMLAXRCMLAX – Justin White Assisted by Jack Johnstone05
11:58RCMLAXRCMLAX – Zane Williams Assisted by Jack Johnstone06
09:28FLGFLG – Tyler Douglass Assisted by Drew Flagg16
04:47FLGFLG – Jacob Hauser26
3rd Period
11:40RCMLAXRCMLAX – Justin White27
07:28RCMLAXRCMLAX – Quin Timmerman V Assisted by Mikey Berkman28
06:48RCMLAXRCMLAX – Mikey Berkman29
03:40RCMLAXRCMLAX – Samuel Hartmann210
02:58RCMLAXRCMLAX – Brooks Rask211
4th Period
14:20FLGFLG – Tyler Douglass Assisted by Antanas Mikuzis311
13:43FLGFLG – Tyler Douglass411
12:50RCMLAXRCMLAX – Brooks Rask Assisted by Kurt Rachau412
11:58RCMLAXRCMLAX – Kurt Rachau413
10:34FLGFLG – Trace McDonald513
09:54RCMLAXRCMLAX – Chad Bulera514
06:15RCMLAXRCMLAX – Jack Lambert Assisted by Brooks Rask515
05:45FLGFLG – Garrett McNulty615
02:39RCMLAXRCMLAX – Sean Carraciolo616
01:56RCMLAXRCMLAX – Brooks Rask Assisted by Jack Lambert617