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Men’s Lacrosse falls in Region III Semis » Herkimer Generals
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Men’s Lacrosse falls in Region III Semis

SYRACUSE, NY – Playing in their first Region III semifinal in the coach Ireland era, the #9 Herkimer Generals men’s lacrosse team faced #1 Onondaga at David W. Murphy Field on Saturday (4/25) and lost to the Lazers 27-1 in regulation.

Herkimer (9-4) played Onondaga for the second time in 10 days Saturday (4/25), adding to their tough scheduled which included four nationally ranked opponents in their last five games. The Generals were only able to muster up a 1-4 record in those games, defeating #9 SUNY Delhi in a Region III quarterfinal to give them the matchup with Onondaga. It was the second time Herkimer had beaten the Broncos at home, this time however it took an overtime period to accomplish the feat.

Scoring the lone goal for Herkimer was Ryan Fischer (Monroe, NY). The freshman scored unassisted with 10:30 left in the third to make it 23-1, giving Fischer 28 goals this season.

In goal in the semifinal game was Austin Loeffel (Red Hook, NY) and Mario Diaz (New Rochelle, NY). Loeffel started the game, leaving in the second with 10 credited saves. Diaz came in for the rest of the game, saving eight shots.

Making it the the All-Tournament Team was defender Nashwan Hoffman (Kingston, NY). The sophomore had nine ground balls and two clears in the tournament. 

Despite the loss to Onondaga on Saturday, the Herkimer Generals men’s lacrosse team finished the season as the eighth best team in the nation. Their highest ranking in 2015 was seventh.   


Onondaga (15-0) 27

Herkimer (9-4) 1

Lazers 11 11 3 2 | 27

Generals 0 0 1 0 | 1



Sean Lattimore 5G 2A

Brine Rice 3G

Tom Koster 3G

Kyle Killen 2G

Nicholas Garbarino 2G 3A

Tyson Bello 2G


Ryan Fischer 1G



Holden McDonald (W) 5 saves

Jake Sweeney 4 saves

Sean Rhodes 1 save


Austin Loeffel (L) 10 saves

Mario Diaz 8 saves

-Giorgio Varlaro

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