Men’s lacrosse falls in NESCAC quarterfinal

MEDFORD, Mass. — The Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team saw its season come to a close on Saturday with a 16-12 loss to Tufts in a NESCAC quarterfinals. The Jumbos improved to 14-1, while Middlebury finished at 9-7. 
The Panthers trailed after one period, 6-2, but closed to within 8-5 at the half and were still within range at 11-7 after three periods. But the Jumbos scored four of the first five goals of the final period to take an insurmountable 15-8 lead with 6:48 to go.
Henry Riehl led Middlebury with two goals and three assists, Danny Jacobs added two scores and two assists, A.J. Kucinski finished with a team-high three goals, and Michael McCormack chipped in two goals and an assist. Jake Madnick scooped a team-best 10 ground balls, and goalie Charles Midgley made 15 saves.
For Tufts Danny Murphy recorded three goals and five assists, while Ben Connelly scored five times and picked up an assist. Goalie Mason Pollack stopped 13 shots.

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