Posted Sunday, March 04, 2007 by .
Marist Men's Lacrosse Falls At Vermont
Hautau Tallies Three Points In 13-9 Loss
Paul Santavicca scored two goals on Saturday at Vermont.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - The Marist men's lacrosse team suffered a 13-9 loss at Vermont on Saturday in a non-conference contest. Sophomore attack Nick Hautau (South Salem, N.Y.) led the Red Foxes with three points, finishing with one goal and two assists. Sopohomore middie Paul Santavicca (Yorktown, NY) and freshman attack Kevin Zorovich (Massapequa, N.Y.) paced Marist with two goals apiece.
Vermont held a 5-2 lead after the first quarter, but Marist cut the deficit to one with a second quarter goal by Hautau, followed by a Zorovich goal with an assist coming from Hautau. However, Vermont answered with five consecutive goal to expand its lead to 10-4.
Marist outshot Vermont by a margin of 40-25. Hautau and senior midfielder Keith Detelj (Sayville, N.Y.) led the Red Foxes with seven shots apiece. Detelj also finished with a goal and an assist. Sophomore goalie Ryan Penner (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) stopped eight shots.
Dan Zwirko led Vermont with four goals, and Andrew Holden also tallied four points on the strength of three goals and an assist.
With the loss, the Red Foxes fell to 0-2. Marist had dropped a 7-6 decision at Army on Feb. 17.
Marist will return to action at Binghamton on Saturday at 1 p.m.