Penn State men’s lacrosse: Nittany Lions dominate Michigan

From CDT staff reportsFebruary 8, 2014 

— The Penn State men’s lacrosse team had a dominating opening day to its season Saturday afternoon at Holuba Hall.

The No. 9 Nittany Lions scored the game’s first 10 goals and ripped past Michigan 22-7.

Leading the charge were Shane Sturgis and TJ Sanders, who netted six and five goals, respectively.

Kyle Baier added three goals for a hat trick trifecta, while one goal each came from Drake Kreinz, Matt Sexton, Kyle VanThof, Mike Sutton, Brian Prestreau, Nick Mazza, Erik Myers and Tyler Chambers. Sturgis, Sexton, Sanders, Kreinz, Dan Craig and Steven Bogert each had one assist.

Ian King scored twice for the Wolverines, while David McCormack, Mike Hernandez, Thomas Paras, Mikie Schlosser and David Joseph netted a single goal each.

Austin Kaut and Connor Darcey shared time in goal for Penn State, making six and four saves, respectively.

Penn State will be back in action hosting Loyola next Saturday.

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