No. 18 Men's Lacrosse Cruises to 10th Straight Win; MSU Downs CMSV, 20-4

Box Score

Yonkers, NY (4/19/10) – Senior midfielder Taylor Bonner (Old Bridge, NJ / Old Bridge) scored four goals and added two assists while Skyline Conference Player of the Week Robert Sinicola (North Caldwell, NJ / West Essex) added two goals and four assists as 18th-ranked Montclair State cruised to its 10th straight win topping Mount St. Vincent, 20-4 in a Skyline Conference contest on Monday evening.

Sophomore Tyler Meth (Basking Ridge, NJ / Ridge) added three goals and an assist as MSU improved to 11-3 overall, 4-0 in the Skyline. The loss dropped the Dolphins to 7-8 overall, 1-4 in league play.

Montclair State jumped out to an early lead on Monday and never looked back, tallying four times in the first four minutes of the game on its way to a 6-1 lead after the opening 15 minutes. Bonner set up Meth for the first goal 50 seconds into the game and then scored twice for a 3-0 lead. Thomas Ring (Nutley, NJ / Nutley) capped the early scoring and goals by Meth and Sinicola inside seven minutes pushed the lead to 6-0. Derek Valance (Glen Cove, N.Y.) would get the Mount on the board at the 3:31 mark of the first period with his 12th marker of the season.

MSU would score the first four goals in the second period for a 10-1 advantage and after a second Dolphin goal, the Red Hawks scored three more times to take a 13-2 halftime lead.

Ryan Kloss (Flemington, NJ / Hillsborough) and Matthew Prongay (Edison, NJ / Edison) each had two goals and an assist for Montclair State, which outshot Mt. St. Vincent, 54-13.

Goalkeepers Andrew Rosado (Elmwood Park, NJ / St. Joseph's (Montvale)) and Mark Glander (Vernon, NJ / Vernon Township) each played a half with Rosado stopping two shots and Glander one. Faceoff specialist Marc Guido (North Caldwell, NJ / West Essex) was 14-of-20 with six ground balls while Richie Lachner (Flemington, NJ / Hunterdon Central) also collecting six ground balls.

The Red Hawks return to action on Wednesday, April 21 as they host New York Maritime at Sprague Field beginning at 7:00 pm.