Men's Lacrosse Records Second Shutout In Win Vs. Concordia-Chicago

The Hope College men's lacrosse team posted its second shutout all-time with a 22-0 victory against visiting Concordia-Chicago on Wednesday.

The Flying Dutchmen pushed their overall record to 7-1 in their final nonleague match by extending their win streak to seven games.

Hope previously blanked Defiance (Ohio) on March 16, 2016 at Van Andel Soccer Stadium.

Fourteen different players scored for the Flying Dutchmen, who recorded a season-high in goals.

Six of them contributed goals in the first period to stake Hope to a 6-0 lead.

Freshman Colton Warren of Hudsonville, Michigan (Hudsonville HS), pictured, topped the Flying Dutchmen with four goals.

Two Hope players chipped in three goals apiece: sophomore Rocco Mularoni of Hartland, Michigan (Detroit Catholic Central) and freshman Ben Staubus of Westville, indiana (Mount Carmel Catholic).

Mularoni now has 34 goals on the season — tops in the MIAA. He entered the match averaging the most goals per game of any NCAA player across all three divisions.

The Flying Dutchmen put 35 shots on goal to one for Concordia-Chicago (1-6).

Hope's next match is the Wednesday, April 4 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association opener against visiting Alma.

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