WESTMINSTER, Md.--Four McDaniel College student-athletes registered a hat trick as the host Green Terror dealt Adrian College a 22-4 loss in non-conference men's lacrosse action on Saturday.
= Final Score: McDaniel 22, Adrian 4
= Location: Gill Stadium, Westminster, Md.; Weather conditions: Sunny, upper-30s, Wind 7 mph
= Records: McDaniel Green Terror 3-1 overall; Adrian Bulldogs 0-3 overall
= Junior Michael Turner led Adrian with two goals and two assists.
= Freshman Griffin Davison added a goal and an assist.
= Senior defender Cody Schmitt posted a season-high eight ground balls to lead the team and tallied the Bulldogs' other goal. He also had two caused turnovers.
= Junior Michael Desmadryl chipped in a pair of caused turnovers.
= Timothy McNichol (2 assists), Jackson Reilly (1a), Dylan Chaikin (1a) and Sam Mutz (1a) all had three goals for McDaniel.
= Will Kroppe and Emmett Turley each posted a game-best three caused turnovers.
= Troy Becker (2g, 1a) and Frankie Kratovil (1g, 3a) both added four total points.
= Zack Bicho scooped up a game-high nine ground balls.
HOW IT HAPPENED
= McDaniel led wire-to-wire, jumping to leads of 4-0 at the end of the first quarter and 12-1 at halftime.
= The Green Terror began the second quarter by scoring four times within a span of 2 minutes and 47 seconds to take a commanding 8-0 lead before Turner put Adrian on the board from sophomore Conor Redden's feed to make it 9-1.
= The Green Terror had 76 shots while holding Adrian to a season-low 11.
= The Bulldogs were hurt by making 31 turnovers, as MC caused 15 of them.
BEYOND THE BOXSCORE
= McDaniel is formerly known as Western Maryland College and competes in the Centennial Conference.
= Adrian goalie Brett Farrelly had a game-high 14 saves on 30 shots faced to give him 396 for his career. That ranks second on the Adrian all-time list; Kevin Lerg is first with 486 from 2011-14.
= With two more caused turnovers, Schmitt extends his Bulldog all-time record to 89.
= Turner has scored no fewer than four points in the season's first three contests. That's the longest such streak of his career.
= Turner and Davison lead the team in scoring with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Turner is tied for first in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association with 10 assists and in sixth in point-scoring. Davison has an AC-leading eight goals, which is tied for fifth in the MIAA.
= Adrian returns home to Docking Stadium next Saturday (1 p.m.) when it hosts non-conference foe Muskingum College. Live stats