Men’s Lacrosse Team

No. 1 Men’s Lacrosse downs No. 11 York 11-10



Next Game:

vs. Ursinus

3/11/2023 | 5:00 PM

Mar. 11 (Sat) / 5:00 PM


vs. Ursinus

History { element.remove(); }); } else{ let elementsToRemove = document.querySelectorAll(‘.postgame_3_nextgame’); elementsToRemove.forEach(element => { element.remove(); }); } ]]> ROCHESTER, N.Y. – RIT first-year attack Tyson Allison scored four goals to lead the top-ranked Tigers to an 11-10 win over No. 11 York, Sunday.
Senior attack Spencer Bell two goals and an assist, junior midfielder Seth Grottenthaler had two assists and junior midfielder Kaden Brunson and senior midfielder John Mozrall each had a goal and an assist.

  • York’s Ben Mayer gave the Spartans a 1-0 lead and Jacob Wilhelm made it 2-0 York on his goal 6:09 into the game.
  • Allison scored off an assist from Brunson to cut the York lead to 2-1.
  • Mayer and Jack Grayson scored consecutive goals to increase the Spartans lead to 4-1.
  • Allison scored two of the Tigers three straight goals, while Mozrall scored late in the second quarter to cut the Spartans lead to 5-4.
  • Bell scored off an assist from Grottenthaler early in the third quarter to tie the score at 5-5.
  • Mayer scored his third of the game with 5:42 to play in the third to give York a 6-5 lead.
  • Bell, Pilcher, Gaston and first year midfielder Chase Bruno each scored in a four-goal run for RIT late in the third quarter.
  • Gaston’s goal off an assist from Mozrall with 3:30 to play in the third gave the Tigers their first lead of the game.
  • Bruno scored off a feed from Pilcher to make it 8-6, and Bell scored on the break off an assist from junior face-off specialist Nick Farrell to give the Tigers a 9-6 lead.
  • York’s Vinny Facciponti scored off the face-off late in the third to cut the Tigers lead to 9-7.
  • Allison scored off an assist from senior long-stick midfielder Taylor Jensen early in the fourth quarter, and Brunson made it a four-goal lead on his goal with 11:45 to play.
  • Facciponti made it 11-8, Harnick cut the Tigers lead to 11-9 and Wilhelm made it a one-goal game on his goal with 1:37 remaining.
  • RIT’s defense forced a York turnover late in regulation and the Tigers were able to clear to secure the 11-10 win.


  • RIT outshot York 45-32.
  • RIT had 26 ground balls
  • Junior goalie Kyle Burbank made nine saves to earn the win.
  • Junior defenseman Michael Grace caused four turnovers, while senior defenseman Drew Leahy had three.
  • Farrell won 10 draws and had five ground balls.
  • RIT was 22-of-24 on clears

RIT returns to action on Saturday (March 11) against No. 20 Ursinus at 5:00 p.m. at Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins.

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