The Journey of a Thousand Goals Begins with a Single Pass
As day broke and the skies cleared above San Francisco on March 6th, the Tritons invoked the full power of their namesake, and brought the might of the ocean crashing down upon the unsuspecting Dons of USF. The Dons quaked with fear as Ryan DeLeon continued to beat their face-off man for sixty minutes. The Triton offense was relentless, unrepentant as it placed shot after shot past the Don goalkeeper, like waves crashing ceaselessly against a battered shipwreck. Hat tricks were scored by Peter Bennington, David Mastro, and Rick ‘My Names not Rick’ Zhang. Scoring their first collegiate lacrosse goals were Jake ’Swiggity Swooty’ Cuffe and Alasdair ‘The Shepherd’ Morton. Not to be outdone, the Triton defensive squad played a tremendous game. Buttressed on all sides by long and short stick defenders alike, the defensive citadel proved impenetrable to the Don offense. And Tyler Lestak was an unbreakable wall in goal, with his ball stopping ability being surpassed only by his raw animal magnetism. As the Tritons return to San Diego as conquering heroes, the will seek to carry this momentum forward and get their season back on track.