Sunday, May 28, 2017

Jon Mazza & Towson Lose In Semi

Towson University sophomore midfielder Jon Mazza admitted the team's seniors have set the bar high for Towson U.  lacrosse. The Davidsonville resident was disappointed the Tigers could not send this respected class out in style as they lost to Ohio State on Saturday in the NCAA semi-finals.
Towson boasts a cumulative record of 40-14 with three NCAA Tournament appearances over the last three seasons. The Tigers reached the NCAA quarterfinals in 2016, finishing with the most wins (16) in program history.
Mazza finished Saturday with  a goal and an assist. The Calverton School product was the only person in Gillette Stadium that initially realized he had scored late in the first quarter. The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder had his left-handed crank shot skip off the stick of goalie Tom Carey and sneak across the goal-line.
"It definitely wasn't one of my cleanest goals. I saw it hit the goalie and then I saw it hit the white line. I put my arms up and looked at the ref, then he put his arms up, too," Mazza said.

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