March 14, 2009
As the weather remains inconsistent over the past few days, Virginia lacrosse remains the same. They just keep winning. Saturday afternoon in 40 degree and rainy weather, the Cavaliers took down a struggling Towson team 11-2.
Virginia scored early and often in the contest. Freshman Steele Stanwick fired off his first two shots successfully, and had a four goal advantage before Towson found the net. The Cavaliers allowed two back-to-back Tiger goals, but it would be their only goals of the contest.
After a 6-2 halftime lead, Virginia cruised to victory behind Stanwick who had three goals in the game, and Shamel Bratton who also netted a hat trick. Virginia has defeated Towson in all of their previous nine meetings, while also improving to 9-0 on the year.
Next up for the Cavs, a meeting with perennial powerhouse Johns Hopkins at Homewood Field in Baltimore, MD. Gametime is set for 8 p.m. on March 21st.
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