HARTSVILLE, S.C.- The Brevard College (3-8, 1-4 SAC) men’s lacrosse team fell 18-4 against the Coker College Cobras (5-6, 3-2 SAC) in a game that was pushed back to Sunday, March 30 from field conditions on Saturday.
An exciting first quarter put Brevard only down by one goal after Mathew Dropuljic netted two individually. Dropuljic and Alsharif Blackman saw each other down field resulting in the two goals for the Tornados. The Cobras were able to answer back with three goals from Ryan Vento, John Bretton and Andy Campos.
Coker distanced themselves from BC after going on a five goal run in the second quarter while the Tornados were unable to stop it until Andrew Bonnie dangled a shot past goalkeeper Tim Ryan at the 7:54 mark of the third quarter. Ryan finished the game with another goal during the fourth quarter at the 2:31 mark, totaling two goals individually for the game.
Neither team was able to take advantage of man-up situations. The Tornados totaled 1:30 in penalties while having 4:30 in man-up opportunities.
The Brevard College Tornados will return back to action at home on April 5 against Lenoir-Rhyne at 3:00 p.m. at the Tornados Lacrosse Field.