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Men’s Lacrosse Falls to No. 19 Denison in Season Opener

John Schulte scored a goal and added a career-high three assists for four points
John Schulte scored a goal and added a career-high three assists for four points

GRANVILLE, Ohio – The Baldwin Wallace University men's lacrosse team fell to No. 19 nationally-ranked Denison University by a final score of 9-6 in its season opener on Deeds Field inside Piper Stadium.

BW leaders (0-1)

  • Two goals from junior midfielder/attack Jake Branton (Marysville)
  • Career-high three assists from senior Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference midfielder John Schulte (Grosse Pointe, Mich./South)
  • Four points from Schulte
  • 15 saves by junior All-OAC netminder Joe Storner (Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier)

Denison leaders (1-0)

  • Three goals from Luke Fisher
  • Two assists from Ethan Tyack
  • Three points from Fisher
  • 17 saves by Archer Darrach

1st Quarter (Tied, 2-2)

  • 8:41     Freshman attack Jake Schorling (Westerville/Central) goal assisted by sophomore All-OAC attack Jake Nanosky (Medina)
  • 3:30     Fisher unassisted goal
  • 2:42     Jake Chance unassisted goal
  • 0:51     Schulte goal assisted by Branton

2nd Quarter (Tied, 3-3)

  • 7:37     Fisher goal assisted by Lawton Corrigan
  • 6:44     Branton goal assisted by Schulte

3rd Quarter (Denison, 8-5)

  • 13:59   Will Kenney man-up goal assisted by Ethan Tyack
  • 11:31   Gavin Pappas goal assisted by Tommy Quinson
  • 9:19     Kenney goal assisted by Tyack
  • 8:19     Camden Bowdy unassisted goal
  • 6:55     Branton goal assisted by Schulte
  • 5:02     Junior All-OAC midfielder/attack Kyler Byerly (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny) man-up goal assisted by Schulte
  • 0:42     Bowdy unassisted goal

4th Quarter (Denison, 9-6)

  • 4:44     Nanosky unassisted goal
  • 3:02     Fisher unassisted goal 

The Yellow Jackets return to action on Saturday, February for their home opener in the first game of men's and women's lacrosse doubleheader against Grove City (Pa.) College on Tressel Field inside the George Finnie Stadium at 1 p.m.