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(7-5, 2-2 MAAC)
  1st 2nd 3rd 4th F
 Marist
 4 16 
 Manhattan 
 0 6 

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(2-10, 0-5 MAAC) 
 Balanced Marist Offense Leads To 16-6 Win At Manhattan
 
 Stat Comparison Marist Manhattan
 Goals 16 
 Shots 32  34 
 Assists 10 
 Faceoffs 11-26  15-26 
 Caused Turnovers  4  
 Ground Balls 28  31 
 Man Up 1-1 1-4 
 Turnovers  10   13 
 Saves 13 
   
 
 Individual Leaders
 Stat  Marist  Manhattan
 Goals  Standera, 3  Lombardi and Darby, 2
 Assists  Tierney, 3  Five with 1
 Faceoffs  Galioto, 9-20   Bressingham, 9-17 
 Caused Turnovers  Four with 1  Three with 1
 Ground Balls  Galioto, 6   Merrill, 8
 Saves  Corrigan, 12  Zingaro, 7
   
 Up Next
 

Who: Detroit Mercy 
When: Sat. April 22 - 1 p.m. 
Where: Tenney Stadium

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RIVERDALE, New York - There were 11 different Red Foxes who hit the back of the net as the Marist men’s lacrosse team took down Manhattan, 16-6, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference battle April 15.

Marist moved to 7-5 overall and 2-2 in conference competition while the Jaspers bumped down to 2-10 and 0-5 in MAAC play.

Junior Mitchell Standera netted a hat trick and freshman Joe Tierney extended his point streak to 12 games with four on the day. Though three goalies saw time for the Red Foxes, redshirt junior Brian Corrigan earned the win after making 12 saves against just five goals allowed.

With a pair of assists, senior J.D. Recor got within four of breaking the all-time MAAC record set by former Manhattan Jasper Eugene Tanner in 2005.

The Red Foxes remained in control from the get-go, ripping off four unanswered goals in the opening quarter and three more in the second period to go in front 7-0. The scoring spree was highlighted by two of Standera’s goals and two points from junior Kyle Quinn.

A man up goal by Manhattan came a couple minutes into the second half, but Marist’s lead extended to as many as 10 when junior faceoff guy Matt Galioto scored his first career goal with 58 seconds to go in the third quarter. He was 9-for-20 from the X and scooped up a team-high six ground balls.

Each side scored three goals in the final quarter.

Manhattan junior Joseph Bressingham went 9-for-17 on faceoffs and classmate Frank Merrill collected a game-high eight ground balls for the defense. The Jaspers had a slight 31-28 edge in ground balls.   

Marist will host Detroit Mercy at 1 p.m. April 22 in its first of two home contests to conclude the 2017 regular season.