Men’s lacrosse downed by Hanover in ORLC road game 

HANOVER, Ind. – Hanover College received goals from eight different players on its
way to a 24-0 win over the Earlham College men’s lacrosse team, Wednesday afternoon
at Alumni Stadium. 

Joseph DeLeo scored eight goal to lead Hanover, while Gage Hafl, Dallas Fonner, Noah
King, and Bret Schell each finished with three goals. Jackson Wheeler (two goals),
Ian Kimmins, and Al Alessia also added scores for the Panthers. 

Quaker goalie Xavier Flores recorded 14 saves over his 60 minutes in the Earlham
goal, while Panther goalie Noah Dubrava charted one save. 

Earlham men’s lacrosse returns to action on Saturday, March 7, when the Quakers face
Bethany College (W.Va.). Game time is slated for 1:00 p.m. 

Women’s lacrosse halted by Mount St. Joseph in ORLC clash 

CINCINNATI, Ohio – A five-goal run midway through the first half gave Mount St.
Joseph a lead it would never relinquish, as Earlham College women’s lacrosse was
upended by the Lions, 18-9, in an Ohio River Lacrosse Conference matchup on
Wednesday evening at Schueler Field. 

Sophomore Emma Lady doubled her goal production for the year in one evening, as the
Richmond, Indiana native charted four goals on nine shots to pace Earlham (2-6, 1-3
ORLC) in the loss. Senior Olivia Wallace and sophomore Lauren Cole each scored two
goals, while first year Alexis Warren recorded a single goal. 

Courtney Gleason paced Mount St. Joseph (2-6, 1-2 ORLC) with nine goals and one
assist, with Kara Marshall chipping in with four goals. Maria Sams and Brianna
Brannon each scored twice for the Lions, while Gabriella Halfhill tallied one goal. 

Earlham and Mount St. Joseph traded goals twice in the early part of the first half,
and the game was knotted at 2-2 as the clock passed under the 19:00 mark. 

The Lions bolted into 6-2 with four goals in the span of two minutes and 13 seconds,
and extended their lead with another score just over three minutes later. Earlham
would score twice more before the end of the half, but Mount St. Joseph added four
goals to its tally and took an 11-4 lead into the halftime break. 

Earlham outscored MSJ over the early minutes in the second half to reel in the Lions
somewhat, with Warren’s goal at the 23:40 mark of the second half cutting the Mount
St. Joseph lead down to 13-7. 

A three-goal run from the Lions put them back in front by nine, 16-7, and MSJ kept
the game in hand the rest of the way. 

Mount St. Joseph outshot Earlham, 38-30, and had a 30-19 advantage in ground balls.
Quaker goalie Jordan Blackburne registered 10 saves on 28 shots on goal, while Lions
goalie Sydney Vinel logged eight saves on 17 SOG. 

Earlham women’s lacrosse returns to action on Saturday, March 7, when the Quakers
host Thiel College to open a grueling stretch of three games over four days. Game
time between the Quakers and the Tomcats is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.