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Washington's Gordon Cohen recognized

Washington College senior goalie Gordon Cohen was named the Centennial Conference Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week after anchoring the Shoremen's 2-0 start.

Cohen registered 14 saves in the team's season-opening, 11-6 win against Kean last Wednesday. He followed up that performance by making nine saves and surrendering just two goals in almost 41 minutes in a 20-6 victory over Virginia Wesleyan Saturday. Cohen has posted a .742 save percentage and a 4.78 goals-against average.

Posted by Edward Lee at 8:32 PM | | Comments (1)
Categories: Washington


St Mary's scrimmmaged GP yesterday. Prep got up early 3-1, tied at 4 after 1, SM up 7-6 after 2 and 8-7 after 3. Final was 8-8. SM had an edge in time of possession and shots, but GP's keeper made some fine saves.St. Mary's looked pretty good. Good defense, good middies, not so good attack though while GP didn't look so great.

Severn Scrimmage:
Archbishop Spalding appeared to defeat Wooton High School of Montgomery County and Dulaney by large margins. Also, Severn handled Good Counsel in the afternoon.

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