March 13, 2013

Strong Second Quarter Lifts #8 Lynchburg to 5-4 win over McDaniel

For immediate release - 3/13/2013 - #296

Strong Second Quarter Lifts #8 Lynchburg to 5-4 win over McDaniel

WESTMINSTER, MD—The eighth-ranked Lynchburg College men's lacrosse team outscored McDaniel College 3-0 in the second quarter on its way to a 5-4 victory in non-conference action Wednesday.

McDaniel's William Clary scored with 13 seconds left in the first quarter, giving the Green Terror a 1-0 lead and setting up the big second quarter for the Hornets.

Senior Max Voumard scored five minutes into the second to tie up the game on an unassisted goal. Voumard netted another less than three minutes later, giving Lynchburg the lead. Senior Pat Ohrem capitalized on a man up opportunity to score the third goal of the quarter on an assist from freshman Jacob Fuller. The goal was Ohrem's eighth of the season.

McDaniel scored to open the third quarter, but Voumard scored once again with a minute left for his third hat trick of the season. Voumard found an opening and Ohrem got him the ball for the assist and the 4-2 lead.

The Green Terror scored the first two goals of the fourth quarter on scores by Michael Woglom and Jason Lawrence to tie the match at four.

Lynchburg sophomore Campbell Armstrong scored the game-winner with 2:30 remaining to give Lynchburg the road victory.

Adam Davey made eight saves for LC in the victory. Christian Dallmus had 15 saves for the Green Terror.

Lynchburg was successful on 25-of-27 clear attempts as opposed to 17-of-26 for McDaniel (2-5). The Green Terror did have an advantage in face offs, winning 10-of-13.

Lynchburg (5-1) travels to Guilford College (4-2) Saturday for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) opener at 7 p.m.