Men’s Lacrosse Team

Men’s Lacrosse beats Bates, 22-10



Next Game:


3/1/2023 | 4:00 PM

Mar. 01 (Wed) / 4:00 PM



History { element.remove(); }); } else{ let elementsToRemove = document.querySelectorAll(‘.postgame_3_nextgame’); elementsToRemove.forEach(element => { element.remove(); }); } ]]> GENEVA, N.Y. – RIT senior attackman Luke Pilcher scored four goals to lead the No. 2 Tigers to a 22-10 win over Bates, Saturday.
Senior co-captain John Mozrall had four assists, while sophomore midfielder Sam Bennett tallied two goals and an assist. Senior attackman Spencer Bell had two assists and sophomore attackman Clifford Gaston and junior midfielder Ian Dinga each scored two goals.
Junior midfielder Nick Farrell won 14-of-15 face-offs and led the Tigers with 10 ground balls, while senior defenseman Drew Leahy caused two turnovers.

  • Bates’ Malcolm Klingbell scored 57-seconds into the game to give the Bobcats the lead.
  • RIT scored three straight goals, taking a 3-1 lead on junior midfielder Kaden Brunson’s goal off an assist from senior midfielder Dylan Bruno with 5:48 to play in the quarter.
  • Connor Hartman scored for Bates with 4:51 to play that cut the Tigers lead to 3-2.
  • Bennett and Pilcher scored back-to-back goals late in the opening frame to extend the Tigers lead to 5-2.
  • Pilcher scored off an assist from Mozrall early in the second quarter to give the Tigers a 7-3 lead.
  • Alex Horowitz tallied a man-up goal for the Bobcats with 7:03 to play to cut the RIT lead to 7-4.
  • RIT scored the final four goals of the quarter to lead 11-5 at halftime.
  • The Tigers scored the first three goals of the third quarter, extending their lead to 14-5 on Dylan Bruno’s goal.
  • Dinga and senior midfielder Zeb Hollinger scored back-to-back goals late in the third to give the Tigers a 17-8 lead.
  • Two goals from first-year Tyson Allison and another from classmate Chase Bruno extended the RIT lead to 20-8 in the fourth quarter.
  • Sophomore attack Jack Budway and senior midfielder Matthew DeAmicis scored, while Bates’ Will Schinabeck tallied a late goal to make it a 22-10 final.


  • RIT outshot Bates 61-22 and won the ground ball battle, 56-31.
  • The Tigers went 19-of-22 on clearing attempts and 2-for-5 on man-up
  • Junior goalie Kyle Burbank made two saves to earn the win.
  • First-year Ethan Harkins, Allison, DeAmicis and Chase Noah each scored their first collegiate goals

RIT returns to action on Wednesday (March 1) against Nazareth at 4:00 p.m.

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