Salisbury men’s lacrosse falls to Cabrini in the national semifinal

SALSIBURY, Md.- Going down three goals late, Salisbury Men’s Lacrosse falls to Cabrini 16-13 in the National Semifinals. The Gulls finish their 2019 season with a 22-2 record, the second ranked team in the country.

It started out as Cabrini’s game early, the Cavaliers taking the early three goal lead. The Gulls would finally get on the board with a Corey Gwin shot between the keepers legs, one of only two first quarter goals for the SU. Up five to start the second quarter, Cabrini would start to slow down as the Gulls cut into the Cavalier lead. Salisbury rode a 7-2 run into the break to take the 9-8 lead.

In the second half things would stay close, both teams having answers to the others goals. Tied to end the third quarter, the Cavaliers would take a 12-11 lead with a Tyler Kostack goal and never trailed again. Cabrini would go on to win 16-13 advancing to the national championship game and will take on Amherst.

Sophomore Cross Ferrara led the Gulls with three goals in the loss, Emory Wongus, Tyler Snyder, Jarrett Bromwell each had two. Corey Gwin, Zach Pompea, Joe Saulino and Austin Short each pitched in one goal.

Cabrini senior Jordan Krug led all scorers with seven goals, a career high for him.

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