Flow is to be Lived, Not Controlled; and Lacrosse Won by Continuing to Play in Face of Certain Defeat
As the Concordia Eagles soared down the illustrious I-5 freeway, the Tritons fearlessly prepared to do battle with proverbial goliaths of the Division II MCLA lacrosse world, on March 2nd. The Tritons fought valiantly, but their slingshots were no match for the onslaught of the shots that were taken. The Eagles came out fast, winning face-offs early and scoring on quick transition plays. Sophomore goalie sensation Tyler Lestak played well, but the sheer quantity of shots by Concordia proved too much to handle. The Triton offense struggled to gather momentum, but did show brief glimmers of potency. Attackmen David Mastro and Evan Jenkin had two goals and an assist apiece. The remaining goals were scored by midfielders Anthony DiGiorgio Spimoni ‘Mama Mia’ Vito and Jack Carpenter. Although UC San Diego would like to have won this important divisional matchup, they eagerly await the prospect of facing the Eagles once more in the playoffs.