High Point men get 1st-ever win at Towson's expense, 9-7

From Sun staff reports

February 9, 2013


The High Point men's lacrosse team notched its first victory in program history by taking an early lead, weathering two ties and putting together a three-goal run in the second quarter to beat visiting Towson, 9-7, on Friday.

High Point (1-1) lost its first game, 12-10, to Delaware on Feb. 2.

The Panthers took a 2-0 lead after the first quarter. The Tigers (0-1) tied the score twice in the second quarter before High Point went on a 3-0 run. Dan Lomas (four goals) scored on an assist from Zach Price with 5:04 left in the half to start the run.

Towson drew to within two goals on Cory Dobyns fourth goal of the day with 6:42 left in the game.