ROCHESTER - Nick Kallio led a relentless attack with seven goals and the MCC men's lacrosse team put toghether a dominating performance in an 18-1 win over SUNY Broome Saturday afternoon.
The Tribunes (2-1) outshot the Hornets 61-18, had a 52-26 edge in ground balls, and forced 40 turnovers on the day. Monroe allowed Broome to clear just 17 out of 38 attempts.
The first goal of the day actually came from a Monroe defender. Trevor Knoepfler picked up a ground ball in the Hornet end, raced down the field, and fired a shot past the Hornet keeper for a 1-0 Tribune lead. Knoepfler had a great all-around day, also dishing out an assist, grabbing five ground balls, and forcing eight Broome turnovers.
Day made it 5-0 on an unassisted score midway through the second, and Kallio added three straight to make it 8-0 at the break.
Barhnart and Patrick Brewer each scored twice as Monroe put up six in the third. The Hornets didn't break the shutout until scoring a man-up goal with 10:30 left in the fourth.
Mark Campbell was stout in goal for the Tribunes. The sophomroe came through with 11 saves on the 12 shots he faced.