Men's Lacrosse Match at Wheeling Jesuit Moved to BethanyThursday's East Coast Conference men's lacrosse match between Lake Erie and Wheeling Jesuit has been moved to Bethany College in Bethany, W. Va. The game, which was originally slated to be played at WJU, will start at 7 p.m.
Keegan Bal Named ECC Player of the WeekAfter scoring three times against Dominican, including the double OT game winner, sophomore Keegan Bal was selected as the East Coast Conference player of the week.
Schedule Adjustments for Men's Lacrosse AnnouncedLake Erie's postponed ECC game against NYIT will be played on Sunday, May 1 as part of a doubleheader with the Storm women's team. The game at Wheeling Jesuit, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 30, will now be played on Thursday night, April 28.
Home Debut Spoiled by Rain and LakersA dreary night weather-wise turned into a disappointing one on the scoreboard as 6th-ranked Mercyhurst snapped the Storm's three-game winning streak with an 11-4 win at Britt Stadium Tuesday night.
Storm Men Win Third Straight, Take Out Host Molloy 7-6 in ECC OpenerJoeyjohn French scored what proved to be the game winner with 6:12 to go after Kyle Larsen erased a one-goal deficit with a pair of fourth-quarter scores to back Ian Wolfe in goal as Lake Erie snapped a six-game conference losing streak and recorded its first league road win Saturday in Rockville Center, N.Y.
Tarte and Curcio's Big Days Lead Offense in Win at WalshTrevor Tarte scored a school-record seven goals and Matthew Curcio added a career-high five as the Storm won its second straight overall with a 16-10 decision on the road at Walsh. Lake Erie opens ECC play Saturday at Molloy.
Storm Falls in Season Opener at PfeifferThe men's lacrosse team was the first LEC squad to take the field this spring, but the Storm's season got off to a rough start with an 18-1 loss at Pfeiffer University. Lake Erie trailed just 3-1 at halftime but the Falcons blew the game open with a 10-goal third period.
Men's Lacrosse Opener PostponedDue to inclement weather scheduled for the rest of the week throughout Northeast Ohio, the Storm men's lacrosse opener scheduled for Tuesday night at home against Otterbein has been postponed.