Toussaint makes St. Mary's history

College Lacrosse

April 09, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

ST. MARY'S CITY - Senior attackman Andrew Toussaint had a goal and an assist to become St. Mary's all-time leading scorer in the Seahawks' 9-8 victory over Mary Washington in a Capital Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game yesterday.

Toussaint surpassed the record of 183 points held by Steve Mull (1976-1978).

The game was the resumption of a game suspended by darkness Wednesday with the Seahawks (4-7, 4-1) leading 9-7.

When play started again, the Eagles (8-4, 3-2) scored in eight seconds on a goal by Paul Schutzman, but they would not beat St. Mary's goalie Mike Watkins (eight saves) again.

Mary Washington 3 2 2 1 - 8

St. Mary's 4 2 3 0 - 9

Goals: MW-Wiles 2, Schutzman 2, Boulier, Malone, Justen, Boland; SM-Whalen 2, Mayer 2, Scagliotti, Toussaint, Hickok, Lowe, Heckwolf. Assists: MW-Test; SM-Scagliotti 2, Toussaint. Saves: MW-D'Eredita 8; SM-Watkins 8, Frank 0.

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