DARTMOUTH, Mass.- Becker College fell to UMass Dartmouth 19-5 in non-conference men's lacrosse action this afternoon. The win ups the Corsairs record to 2-7 while the Hawks slide to 3-8
Corsair senior Sean Peters (Medway, Mass.) tallied a game-high seven points, totaling four goals and three assists in the offensive spree. Junior Jordan Torres (New Bedford, Mass.) matched his career-high with four goals and added an assist, and freshman Donovan Prozinski (Ashland, Mass.) finished with three goals and three assists for six points. Junior DJ Miller (Ashland, Mass.) rounded out the Corsairs with multiple markers, also tabulating three goals
Hawk junior Avyay Chaganty (Bridgewater, N.J.) potted three of Becker's goals on the contest, including his 100th career point. Senior Blake Boutiette (Burrillville, R.I.) dishing out three assists. In goal, freshman Trey McMillen (Grapevine, Texas) turned aside 14 shots.
UMass Dartmouth wasted no time getting on the board, erupting for a 7-0 advantage on 17 shots in the first quarter. Prozinski registered the first two goals less than three minutes in, and before five minutes was up the Corsairs had upped the lead to 4-0 on a marker by Miller and a behind-the-back laser from Torres. With under a minute left, Torres found the cage for his second goal in the frame with just 35 ticks left in the quarter.
Peters scored less than a minute into the second quarter, followed by a goal by Miller at 7:44 to increase the lead to 9-0. Becker finally cracked the scoring column at 1:25, when Boutiette found Chaganty, and moments later dished to Daniel Johnson (Plymouth, Mass.) for back-to-back Hawk scores. Torres put the cap on the Corsairs' half with one more to carry a 10-2 lead into the break.
The hosts again held Becker scoreless in the third quarter while adding five more to their total. Peters and Prozinski completed their hat tricks, and junior Tony Breslin (Hanover, Mass.) took the ball nearly the length of the field for his first tally of the season.
Becker rebounded to outshoot the Corsairs 9-8 in the fourth, but three goals weren't nearly enough to close the gap as UMass Dartmouth upped its final total with four more scores.