Men's lacrosse upended by Saint Vincent in home finale

Dan O'Donnell

RICHMOND, Ind. – Earlham College men's lacrosse was unable to generate enough offense to score on visiting Saint Vincent College, and the Quakers dropped a 32-0 decision to the Bearcats in the final home game of the 2018 season.

Jeremy Kennedy scored six goals for Saint Vincent (10-3, 6-0 Ohio River Lacrosse Conference) while Alex Mueser tallied four goals. Jon Succop, Jakob Lefchik, Ben Price, Ian Irvin, and Stone Haberstroh each had three goals for the Bearcats.

Senior Xavier Flores recorded 14 saves in the Earlham goal over 45 minutes played, while Erick Quintanilla played the fourth quarter in the Quaker goal and was credited with three stops.

Earlham men's lacrosse returns to the field on Wednesday, April 25, when it faces Transylvania University in an ORLC road matchup.

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