MEN'S LACROSSE ADVANCES TO MAAC TITLE GAME
On appearing in championship game
“Our mentality and our willingness to fight for all of those seniors that are graduating this year, that set the tone for us, that's everyone's motivation.”
- Sophomore Eamon Campbell
- Monmouth's victory extends the program-record winning streak to 10 games.
- Monmouth's 10-game winning streak is the longest in the nation.
- Monmouth improved to 13-3 on the season, its best start in four seasons.
- The Hawks 13 overall victories are tied with Albany and Ohio State for the most in the nation.
- The Hawks debuted white helmets with white jerseys and white shorts.
- Monmouth's defense has held opponents under double digits in 12 straight games.
- The Hawks are 12-1 when holding an opponent to nine goals or less.
- Monmouth is now 2-3 against Detroit Mercy in five all-time meetings.
- Monmouth outshot Detroit Mercy 47-34, including 26-19 in shots on goal.
- As a team, Monmouth is outscoring its opponents 106-62 over the nine-game winning streak.
- Eamon Campbell extended his goal-scoring streak to eight games with his third career hat trick. Campbell has 20 goals and 13 assists on the year after his four-point effort.
- Nick Hreshko made 12 saves in goal for Monmouth. It was the 10th double-digit save performance of the season for Hreshko. Hreshko lowered his 2017 goals-against average to 6.91.
- Tyler Keen and Eric Berger each scored twice in the win. Keen has 25 goals on the year after his 11th -career multi-goal game. Berger has nine goals this season, including four against Detroit Mercy. It was Berger's eighth-career multiple-goal game.
- Chris Daly scored a goal in the first quarter and has 15 this season and 70 for his career. Daly added an assist to increase his career points total to 97.
- Bryce Wasserman extended his points streak to 14 games with one assist. Wasserman now has 41 points this season (27 goals, 14 assists).
- Grier Wilson scored his second goal of the year, Dylan Schulte netted his ninth and Justin Schwenk scored his third.
Monmouth will play No. 3 Marist for the 2017 MAAC Championship. The game will be broadcast live on ESPNU on Sunday at 10 a.m.