The University of Hartford Lacrosse team hosted the University Of Dartmouth for a regular season clash. The Hawks were quick to find themselves on the score sheet as the scored the first three goals in the first 93 seconds. Midfielder Tate Klidonas put up two on the board give Uhart the 2-0 lead. Then attacker Kevin O’Shea linked up with Andrew Cacchio to give the hawks the 3-0 edge. Hartford for the remainder of the game would never let up the three-goal advantage. Freshman Jaedon Henderson had a field day against the Big Green scoring five goals. He started his day with a hat trick in a span of seven and a half minutes. He then, scored twice in the final 3:42 of the second quarter; he provided his team with a 5-3 edge at the break, a lead that eventually grew to five goals before the end of the game. Dartmouth would posse a threat from time to time, with score from key player such as: Mike Olentine, Cam Lee, and Billy Hedit. But Hartford would re-gain control of the match a coast into a fairly comfortable win of 12-7.
-Benny Nieves-Romani STN2 SportsBack to Main Page