Clarkson Snaps Men's Lacrosse's Winning Streak


Potsdam, N.Y. – The Geneseo men’s lacrosse team (2-2) lost for the first time since the season opener, dropping a 9-3 decision at Clarkson (4-1) Saturday.

Sophomore attack Sam Thompson (Queensbury/Queensbury) recorded his third straight multi-goal performance, raising his season total to a team-leading 10 with two goals.

Thompson scored both of his goals in the second quarter, tallying twice 1:24 apart after the host Golden Knights had taken a 5-0 lead.

Senior midfielder Jeff Dunworth (Katonah/John Jay) assisted on Thompson’s first goal and sophomore attack Brent Lawless (Massapequa Park/Massapequa) picked up the assist on his second goal. Dunworth’s assist was his first point of the spring.

Senior midfielder Tim Burgess (Syracuse/Westhill) closed out Geneseo’s scoring with his first career point, collecting an unassisted goal 1:19 into the fourth quarter.

 Burgess led the Knights with four ground balls and senior midfielder Chris Topping (Webster/Schroeder) picked up three.

Junior Ryan Zaremba (Bay Shore/Army Prep) and senior Michael Greubel (North Merrick/Mepham) each played a half in goal; Zaremba made 10 saves and picked up three ground balls and Greubel turned aside three shots.

Dunworth caused a pair of turnovers, giving him a team-best total of14 this season.

The Knights take on New England College Wednesday in a game that will be played at Goucher College.

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