RICHMOND, Ind. – Earlham College men's lacrosse was unable to keep pace with archrival Wilmington College (Ohio), and the Maroon and White fell to the Ohio Quakers, 20-0, in a non-conference tilt on Tuesday night at Darrell Beane Stadium.
Wilmington outshot the host Earlham squad, 47-19, with Earlham goalie John Okker-Edging charting five saves.
Jhordan Lang finished with six goals and two assists for Wilmington, while Connor Judge tallied four goals and two assists. Zac Chucta and Andrew Miller also charted hattricks with three goals each. Mike Smith tallied two goals for the Ohio Quakers, with three other players adding one goal each.
Earlham men's lacrosse has the remainder of this week to prepare for the program's third game of the season on Saturday, March 10, when the Quakers travel to New Wilmington, Pa., to face Westminster College (Pa.). Game time is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.
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