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No. 3 Men’s Lacrosse Team Sting Hornets 24-4


The Genesee Community College men's lacrosse team continued its momentum and played its first game as the nation's third-best team following the release of the National Junior College Athletic Association's Men's Lacrosse Poll earlier this week by traveling to Binghamton with a matchup against SUNY Broome.

More than a dozen players found the score sheet with nine players registering multi-goal performances in a 24-4 win over the Hornets April 11.

Jordan Brennan led all scorers with seven points and led the team in assists with four and co-led the team in goals with four.

Joshua Shields matched Brennan's goal total with four of his own, while Kevin McParlene equaled Brennan's assist total with three.

Both Andrew Forte and Brad Hejmanowski went 10-for-15 in faceoffs in leading the way with a team total of 21-of-32 on the day.

Genesee also collectively recorded 11 saves through four goalies, with each getting in an entire quarter of game time that included Garrett Lazore, Max Henchbarger, Lincoln Potter and Troi Benedict.

In addition to Brennan and Shields, the other multi-goal scorers included McParlene, Jason Chiodo, Samuel Koczwara, Alex Mack, Forte and Patrick Bilbrey, with each netting a pair and the latter recording the official game-winning goal. Joining that list with three goals was Evan Hollfelder, who was just one assist off the team-lead for the contest with a pair of helpers.

The Cougars also had 10 multi-point performances. After Brennan's seven, Hollfelder and McParlene each had five with Shields adding four points - with all four coming from goals.

Chiodo notched three points; while Koczwara, Bilbrey and Michael Trimper each notched a pair of points in the win. Single-point games came from Josh Bernas, Henry Reber and Tyler Thompson, with the trio adding one helper apiece.

The Cougars round out the week by hosting Finger Lakes Community College April 13 with a 6 p.m. start time.