Men’s Lacrosse battles Army

Clara McCormick, Sports Editor

Bison Men’s Lacrosse faced No. 8 Army this past Saturday, falling to the Black Knights 7-12. The nationally-ranked team had home field advantage at the infamous Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y. 

Despite the loss, the Bison started out the game strong, beating their opponent 5-3 in the tail-end of quarter two; a great start against such a tough opponent. 

Some points of the day were earned by Michael Meyer ’26, who had two assists and one goal, Jack Feda ’23 who scored two goals, Cam Doolan ’25 who scored one and assisted one and Connor Davis ’25 who scored the only Bison goal in the third. 

Doolan’s and Meyer’s goals came back to back, resulting in the early Bison lead. Rookie goalkeeper Jaz Zanelli ’26 had an outstanding day with 15 saves. 

The faceoffs were 18-5 in favor of the Black Knights, and Army currently leads the NCAA in scoring defense. 

“Playing at Michie Stadium for the first time was an awesome experience; great atmosphere,” Feda said. “We didn’t get the result we wanted, but we competed and led at halftime against the No. 8 team in the nation. I’m looking forward to taking on Lehigh this weekend at home.” 

The Bison take home field advantage next weekend where they’ll faceoff against another league opponent, the Lehigh Mountain Hawks. 

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