Woglom records one and one
|Franklin & Marshall (7-3, 4-0 CC)||3||2||1||1||7|
|McDaniel (3-9, 0-4 CC)||0||0||0||3||3|
|Franklin & Marshall||McDaniel|
|G: 2 Players (#8, #28 - 3)||G: 3 Players (#0, #3, #33 - 1)|
|A: A.J. Reichert - 2||A: 2 Players (#0, #43 - 1)|
|Sv: Cameron Setian - 15||Sv: Christian Dallmus - 11|
|GB: Josh Kanter - 5||GB: 5 Players (#3, #4, #24, #30, #34 - 3)|
|Team Statistics||Franklin & Marshall||McDaniel|
|Face Offs Won||4||9|
WESTMINSTER, Md. – Franklin & Marshall, ranked 19th in the latest USILA Division III coaches poll, tallied the game's first seven goals in a 7-3 Centennial Conference (CC) men's lacrosse win over McDaniel on Saturday.
Pat Woglom (Cranford, N.J./Cranford) led the Green Terror (3-9, 0-4 CC) with a goal and an assist.
Billy Kempner and Tristan Miller each tallied three times of the Diplomats (7-3, 4-0 CC), who remained perfect in conference play this season.
After a scoreless first six minutes, Sean Kenny found Kempner for a 1-0 lead with 8:55 to play in the opening period.
Miller stretched the lead to 2-0 just 1:28 later before Jordan Barr capped a three-goal first period, finishing the first of two A.J. Reichert assists in the final nine seconds of the quarter.
A Miller goal 1:24 into the second quarter pushed the lead to 4-0 before Kempner converted a man-up opportunity with 9:22 showing for a 5-0 halftime lead.
Kempner netted the only goal of the third quarter, finishing a solo run with 8:59 on the clock for a 6-0 lead.
Miller stretched the lead to seven, scoring with 7:07 to play in the final period.
Woglom hit Sean Brett (Hamilton, N.J./Notre Dame) just after a two-man advantage expired to make it 7-2 with 2:07 to play.
Woglom finished a solo run 46 seconds later for the final margin.
Ryan Gillen (Merrick, N.Y./Calhoun) won nine of the 13 faceoffs contested.
Christian Dallmus (Acton, Mass./The Rivers School) made 11 saves for the Green Terror while Cameron Setian had 15 for the Diplomats.
McDaniel returns to action at home against Swarthmore on Wednesday. Game time is 7 p.m.