Men's lacrosse closes out home slate against Ursinus
HAVERFORD, Pa. - The Haverford College men's lacrosse team closed out its home slate with a 9-6 loss to visiting Ursinus College on Wednesday night in Centennial Conference action at Swan Field.
Senior Christian Clay tallied the 100th point of his career with an assist on Williams' second-period goal. Sophomore Hunter Senter also registered an assist in the game.
The Bears (8-6, 4-3) led 2-0 after the first 15 minutes of play before Haverford answered back with consecutive goals from freshmen Evan Dorman and Richard Greenberg.
Mark Stratton's 15th of the season restored Ursinus' two-goal lead with four minutes left until the break but Williams gave the Fords a boost with his first of the night 30 seconds later.
Trailing 4-3 at intermission, Haverford looked to rally but the Bears scored four of the first five goals of second-half action to secure the victory.
Sophomore goalie Eric Caliendo (1-12) made 10 saves in the loss.
Jake Weber and Dylan Spangenberg led the Ursinus attack with two goals and an assist apiece. Sophomore Brian Neff (8-6) earned the victory in between the pipes with seven saves.
The Fords finish the season on Saturday with a trip to Swarthmore College for a Centennial contest against the rival Garnet beginning at 1 p.m.