Ryan Frawley’s fifth goal sends UMBC to upset of Stony Brook | MEN’S LACROSSE

Baltimore Sun staff, Baltimore Sun
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Ryan Frawley scored his fifth goal of the game with 28 seconds left in overtime to lift visiting UMBC to a 14-13 victory over No. 14 Stony Brook Saturday in men’s college lacrosse. The Retrievers (7-2, 6-2) clinched a spot in the America East playoffs.

The win ended a six-game win streak and dropped the Seawolves to 8-4, 6-2. In an earlier meeting March 6, UMBC defeated SBU, 13-12, in quadruple overtime, and therefore would win a tiebreaker for seeding in the four-team tournament.

On the winning play, Nick Dupuis, who scored the game-winner versus Stony Brook in March, drew two defenders and fed Brett McIntyre. When a defender slid to McIntyre, he fed a wide-open Frawley, who scored from the edge of the crease.

UMBC amassed 11 assists on the season-high 14 goals.

Frawley recorded season highs of five goals and seven total points and has 11 goals in his past three outings. Brandon Galloway added a season-best four goals, while McIntyre and Trevor Patshorke (Severna Park) added a goal and two assists each.

Goalie Tommy Lingner matched his season high with 16 saves, recording both versus Stony Brook.

UMBC improved to 3-1 in overtime games this season and has won its seven games by a total of 14 goals. The win was the Retrievers’ second over a ranked conference opponent, as they defeated then-No. 16 Vermont, 10-8, on April 3. UMBC concludes the regular season at NJIT on Saturday.

Loyola Maryland 11, Lafayette 7: The visiting Greyhounds (6-5, 4-3 Patriot League) used two 3-0 runs to pull away from the Leopards (0-10, 0-7). Evan James had two goals and three assists, Kevin Lindley had a hat trick and Sam Shafer made nine saves for Loyola, which will host No. 7 Georgetown on Thursday in the regular-season finale.

Frostburg State11, Roberts Wesleyan 10: Matthew Ward scored on a man-up situation to give the host Bobcats (6-2, 2-0 East Coast Conference) an 11-9 lead with 2:33 left to play and Frostburg State hung on. The Redhawks fell to 6-4, 2-2. Paul Ruppert (Severna Park) had a game-high five goals and Ward had three for the Bobcats.

Salisbury 13, St. Mary’s 4: The visiting Sea Gulls (13-0, 8-0 Coast-to-Coast Conference) used a 6-0 run in the second half to pull away from the Seahawks (3-8, 1-4). Cross Ferrara had five goals and an assist to lead Salisbury, which can complete a perfect regular-season with a win against Southern Virginia Saturday. The Sea Gulls were originally set to travel to Mary Washington, but the game was postponed because of COVID-19 protocols. Dominic Venanzi (C. Milton Wright) scored twice for St. Mary’s, which travels to Christopher Newport Saturday.

Hood 12, Lebanon Valley 5: The visiting Blazers (4-3, 3-2 MAC Commonwealth) finished strong on a 5-1 run in the fourth quarter and beat the Dutchmen (5-7, 2-5). Bentley LeBarron scored four goals and Will Sweeney had three goals for Hood.

Muhlenberg 14, Washington College 3: The visiting Shoremen (2-5, 1-4 Centennial Conference) suffered their fourth straight loss. The Mules improved to 3-3, 3-1. Goal scorers for Washington College included: Logan Clefisch, Chase Orr and Ewan Temple,

Gettysburg 20, McDaniel 2: The host Bullets (4-0, 4-0 Centennial Conference) opened with a 7-0 run in the first quarter and cruised past the Green Terror (0-5, 0-5). Dom Calderoni scored both goals for McDaniel, which hosts Ursinus on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Wagner at Mount St. Mary’s, ppd.: The game between the visiting Seahawks (1-6, 1-4 Northeast Conference) and Mount (3-9, 1-5) was postponed. No makeup date has been announced. Mount St. Mary’s will travel to Bryant Friday at 1 p.m.

Messiah at Stevenson, cnd.: The game between the Falcons (3-7, 0-6) and host Mustangs (6-0, 4-0 MAC Commonwealth) was canceled. Stevenson travels to Hood Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Wednesday’s game at DeSales has been canceled.