Poust Makes 17 Saves, Mustang Win Streak Stopped by No. 7 Cabrini

Poust Makes 17 Saves, Mustang Win Streak Stopped by No. 7 Cabrini

RADNOR, Pa. - Stevenson men's lacrosse junior goalie Marc Poust made 17 saves and the Mustangs trailed No. 7 Cabrini 8-7 at halftime, but the Cavaliers pulled away for a 17-11 victory Friday afternoon at Edith Robb Dixon Field, ending Stevenson's seven-game win streak.

  • Cabrini (14-2) got on the board with a Jakob Klein goal at the 8:38 mark.
  • Stevenson (8-7) scored 33 seconds later on an unassisted tally by Gray McKee.
  • After the Cavaliers scored twice, the Mustangs got two goals 50 seconds apart by Shane Ford and JT Thelen to tie the game 3-3 at the 2:26 mark.
  • Kyle Tucker gave the hosts a 4-3 lead after one quarter with his goal with 2:09 left.

  • The Cavaliers scored two goals in a 26-second span to extend their lead to 6-3 with 12:28 on the clock.
  • McKee registered his second goal of the game at the 11:45 mark.
  • Cabrini scored twice in 54 seconds to make it an 8-4 game with just over six minutes to go until halftime.
  • Stevenson scored three goals in the final 3:22 to pull within one at intermission.
  • Ethan Christensen scored with 3:22 left.
  • The Mustangs capitalized on back-to-back man-up situations, with Will Smith scoring a man-up goal with 2:19 to go, then Jacob Tatum scored with the extra attacker with 1:56 left.

  • Cabrini opened the third period with four goals in the first 2:28 to up its lead to 12-7, including two man-up scores.
  • McKee stopped the Cavalier run with a goal at 11:42.
  • After the hosts scored with 8:27 on the clock to make the score 13-8, Christensen scored a man-up goal with 6:54.
  • Cabrini held a 13-9 lead entering the final 15 minutes.

  • Three goals by Cabrini in the first 3:36 made the score 16-9.
  • Tatum had both Mustang goals in the final frame, scoring a man-up goal at 6:48 before adding an unassisted tally with exactly 4:00 on the clock.
  • Mike Gerzabek scored for the hosts with just over a minute left to account for the final.

  • Cabrini outshot Stevenson 53-36 and won 19 of the game's 30 faceoffs.
  • Stevenson finished 4-11 in man-up situations, while the Cavaliers were 3-12.
  • Poust's 17 saves were a career high and the most by a Mustang goalie this season.
  • McKee finished with three goals and an assist, with Tatum registering three goals.
  • Christensen recorded two goals and two assists.  His two assists give him 80 for his career, moving him into a tie for seventh among program leaders.
  • Joe Candon had a pair of caused turnovers for the Mustang defense.
  • Poust had a team-best eight ground balls, while Al Falco recorded six.

  • Stevenson returns to MAC Commonwealth play Wednesday, April 24, traveling to Messiah for a 7 pm contest.