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 J.D. Recor Reaches 200 Points, Breaks Assists Record In 2017 Home Opener
 Stat Comparison Drexel Marist
 Goals 11 
 Shots 25  27 
 Faceoffs 8-20  12-20 
 Caused Turnovers  5  
 Ground Balls 21  24 
 Man Up 0-2  1-3 
 Turnovers  10   13 
 Saves 15 
 Individual Leaders
 Stat  Drexel  Marist
 Goals  Shafer and Frazee, 3  Morrison, 4
 Assists  Four with 1  Recor and Standera, 3
 Faceoffs  Koita, 8-19  P. Smith, 10-15
 Caused Turnovers  Gennosa, 2  Seven with 1
 Ground Balls  Granito, 5  P. Smith, 5
 Saves  Granito, 9   Corrigan, 15
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When: Sat. March 11 - 1 p.m.
Where: Tenney Stadium

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POUGHKEEPSIE, New York - Senior J.D. Recor broke the Marist men’s lacrosse all-time assists record as the Red Foxes took down Drexel, 11-7, in their home opener March 4. Marist moved to 4-1 on the season while the Dragons dropped to 0-4.

Recor’s record setting 116th career assist came on the final goal of the game as he fed junior Mitchell Standera with 47 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Recor surpassed the former mark of 115 that Chris Pistello set back in 1998. With his assist to junior Gannon Morrison nearly six minutes earlier, Recor became the fourth Red Fox to reach 200 career points.

Morrison and Recor combined for six goals and four assists and extended their point streaks to 32 games dating back to last season. With five points today against the Dragons, Morrison now sits at 99 for his career.

Freshman Peyton Smith controlled the faceoff X, going 10-for-15, and leading the defense with five ground balls. Redshirt junior Brian Corrigan made 15 saves on 22 shots faced.

The Dragons did not waste any time, scoring their first two goals 1:34 into the contest. Marist quickly tied the score by the end of the opening period and outscored Drexel 3-2 in the second quarter to build a two-goal lead going into halftime.

Freshmen Joe Tierney and Chris Schlappich scored their first collegiate goals in the third quarter. 

Entering the fourth with the Red Foxes up 8-6, Dragons senior attackmen Robert Frazee found the net to close the Marist lead to one at the 13:35 mark. Tierney swung momentum back Marist’s way with his second goal of the game fewer than two minutes later and the Red Foxes never looked back.

Senior attackmen Cole Shafer and Robert Frazee powered the Dragons’ offense, each picking up hat tricks. Freshman Reid Bowering also added a goal. 

On defense Marist won 12 of 20 faceoffs and did not allow a man up goal for the third consecutive game. Drexel ended up winning the turnover battle, committing 10 to Marist’s 13, but the Red Foxes had a 24-21 advantage in ground balls.

The Red Foxes will host UMBC at 1 p.m. March 11 in their second straight home game.