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Delaney's two goals for DubC_MLAX not enough

Senior Reid Delaney finished with two goals and two assists today against John Carroll.
Senior Reid Delaney finished with two goals and two assists today against John Carroll.

Wilmington, OH - The Wilmington College Fightin' Quakers men's Lacrosse team took on the John Carroll Blue Streaks.  Wilmington lost against John Carroll by a score of 17-5.




  • In the first quarter John Carroll was able to put in three goals on multiple offensive possessions but senior goalie Paul Koerbel (Maineville, OH/Kings) made countless saves to keep the score at 3-0.
  • In the second quarter Wilmington was able to add two goals, one by freshman Andrew Miller (Plain City, OH/ Jonathan Alder) and another by senior Reid Delaney (Wooster, OH/Wooster).  Wilmington was unable to hold off the offensive threat from John Carroll allowing five more goals, putting the score at John Carroll 8 and Wilmington 3.
  • In the third quarter, John Carroll had a strong offensive showing scoring seven goals and allowed zero goals to Wilmington.
  • In the fourth quarter Delaney was able to notch another goal but Wilmington was unable to overcome the deficit. John Carroll won with a score of 17-5.
  • The top offensive performer of the afternoon was Delaney with two goals and two assists.
  • Defensively, junior Tanner Diment (Midland, MI/Midland) picked up nine ground balls and junior Jake Ladendorf (Crown Point, IN/ Crown Point) caused two turnovers while picking up three ground balls.
  • Koerbel allowed 17 goals with 26 saves and four ground balls on the afternoon.




  • "We played well three out of the four quarters today and that ended up being a big difference in the game," said head coach Bryan Habick
  • "Reid has continued to lead us offensivley and Paul had a nice day in goal making 26 saves," said coach Habick.


Wilmington (2-9) returns to action 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 12th, competing at home against Otterbein in conference action.