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Lacrosse Scores Early and Often vs. Randolph-Macon

Ian Levin
Ian Levin


Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse led 4-0 after 5:08 of action and kept pouring it on from there in an 18-7 win at Randolph-Macon. 



  • Ian Levin had a monstrous first quarter, scoring or assisting on all six scores
  • Levin opened the scoring at 13:21, then he assisted on Hunter Brown's goal at 12:19
  • Levin made it 3-0 at 9:55, then just three seconds later he fed Connor Pool for goal #4
  • John Burke finished off a Levin feed at 5:49, then the two reversed roles at 1:59 to make it 6-0
  • Randolph-Macon's Miles Muncie ended the shutout with 22 seconds left in the first quarter
  • The Randolph-Macon offense found a bit more traction in the second quarter with three goals, but the Tigers added another seven on the scoreboard in the quarter with goals coming from Brown, Pool, Jared Medwar, and Jack Hayden
  • H-SC posted the first four goals of the third quarter to go ahead 17-4 and began generously substituting midway through the third 


  • Ian Levin recorded a career-high nine points on three goals and six assists. His nine points were one more than Randolph-Macon's team total of eight
  • Hunter Brown contributed four goals and an assist
  • Connor Pool found the back of the net four times
  • Jared Medwar picked up a hat trick
  • Jack Hayden added two goals
  • John Burke tallied a goal and an assist
  • Wilson Booth went 12-18 on face-offs with five ground balls
  • Jake Brummett won 6-9 faceoffs with five ground balls
  • Mitch Renfrow got the win in the cage, recording six saves in 30 minutes
  • Nick Arcuri notched seven saves while allowing only two goals in 23:12 of action 


  • Alex Camilliere scored twice with one assist
  • Ryan Tiffey collected two goals


  • H-SC made 16 saves compared to 14 for R-MC
  • The Tigers dominated on ground balls with a 41-21 advantage
  • Hampden-Sydney won 18 of 29 face-offs
  • H-SC held a 47-30 edge in shots and 32-23 in shots on goal.


  • Hampden-Sydney has a short turnaround and hosts Scranton on Monday at 4 pm.