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Men's Lacrosse Tripped Up At Babson

Men's Lacrosse Tripped Up At Babson


Score: Babson 16, Emerson 8

Records: Emerson Lions (11-4, 1-3 NEWMAC) ; Babson Beavers (6-6, 2-2 NEWMAC)

Location: Babson Park, Mass. (MacDowell Field)

Date: April 16, 2022

The Lead: Despite two goals apiece from senior Skyler Celotto and Nicholas Fulgione, the Emerson men's lacrosse team were upended out at Babson, 16-8, on Saturday afternoon in NEWMAC action. 



Fulgione: two goals
Celotto: two goals, one assist 
Austin Franklin: one goal
Birk Swan: one goal, one assist
Alex Menendez: one goal
Hunter Gervais: one goal, four ground balls 
Josh DeMattos: three caused turnovers, four ground balls

FACE-OFFS: Tyler King (7-13) ; James Toomy (5-15)

GOALIE: Malcolm McGrath (L, 9-4) - 16 goals allowed on 34 shots faced with 18 saves through 60 minutes


Chi Chi Price: five goals
Connor Karsh: three goals
Colt Bordonaro: three goals
Matt Stucchi: three assists
Grey Sunderland: 14 ground balls
Drew Thomas: four caused turnovers

FACE-OFFS: Drake Quental (1-1) ; Grey Sunderland (15-27)

GOALIE: Mac Mowat (W, 6-5) - seven goals allowed on 17 shots faced with 10 saves through 56 minutes
Will Parducci: one goal allowed on one shot through 3 minutes
Austin O'Brien: one save on one shot through 1:23
Alex Fascilla: played 16 seconds in net 


  • Emerson found themselves playing from behind after the first 15 minutes after Babson went on a seven-goal tear in the first quarter. Karsh got Babson on the board 34 seconds in and was followed by a net from Bordonaro at 13:26. 
  • Price and Sunderland tallied goals nine seconds apart to push Emerson's deficit up to four goals before another another trio of goals put the score at 7-0. 
  • Five minutes into the second was when Emerson halted Babson's scoring run with a goal from Gervais at the 9:43 mark and the score at 7-1. Just over two minutes after Gervais put in Emerson's first goal, Fulgione potted an unassisted goal at 7:10 to bring the Lions within five at 7-2.
  • Babson tacked on two more goals from Riley Shaw and Price in the final four minutes of the half with the score sat at 9-2 going into the break. 
  • The opening 10 minutes of the third frame belonged to Emerson as the visitors were able to rattle off three goals to cut Babson's lead down to four at 9-5.
  • Fulgione contributed the third Lions' net at the 14:00 mark and was followed by a pair of unassisted markers from Menendez and Franklin with 9:49 on the clock. 
  • Babson's offense got going once again and used tallies from Karsh and Price to up their lead back up to six at 11-6 to wrap the third. 
  • Emerson picked up two more tallies to begin the fourth stanza when Celotto put in his pair of goals to inch the Lions' to within four at 11-7 and 12:28 on the clock. 
  • Peter Chisholm and Karsh put in two more goals past McGrath to up the Babson advantage to six at 13-7 before Swan cashed in at the 8:18 mark for the eighth and final Emerson goal. 
  • Babson rounded out the scoring with a trio of goals that included two from Bordonaro and one from Price as the final sat at 16-8. 



  • Emerson wraps up its regular season home schedule next Saturday, April 23rd when they host MIT at 1:00 p.m.