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Oswego tops Morrisville State men

Release courtesy of Joe Gladezewski, Oswego SID

OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State men’s lacrosse team defeated Morrisville 20-5 on Saturday afternoon at Laker Field in Oswego. Laker senior attackman Mike Strohm had five goals and one assist in the game, and now has 100 points in his Oswego State career. Strohm reached that milestone with his fifth goal of the game, which came with 5:19 left in the game.

The Lakers are now 3-11 on the season, and finished the SUNY Athletic Conference portion of their schedule with a 2-5 record. Morrisville is now 0-11 on the season and was 0-7 in SUNYAC games.

Oswego State got off to a strong start, outscoring Morrisville 4-0 in the first quarter and outshooting the Mustangs 13-2 in the quarter. Cam Davoy scored twice in the first 15 minutes and finished the game with four goals and an assist.
Mike Brewster also had five points in the win for Oswego State with two goals and three assists, and Mike Wiesenthal had a pair of goals and a pair of assists for four points. Ryan White, John Schumacher, and Tom Maloney all scored two goals each. The Lakers scored five goals on man-up situations.

Tim Bobbett led Morrisville with three goals and Tim Barth had two assists. Adam Lewis and Eric Stein also scored for the Mustangs.

Laker goalie Judd Robinson played the game’s first 48 minutes and made four saves. Matt Pfister and Eric Eggert also saw time in the crease for Oswego State. Morrisville’s Jeremy Hunt made 12 saves and Jimmy Hodgson had five saves.