Men's Lacrosse Defeats Vermont, 13-6




    April 29, 1998

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Providence College defeated the University of Vermont, 13-6, on Wednesday, April 29 in men's lacrosse action at PC's Glay Field. Junior attack Matt Pymm tallied five goals and one assist to lead the Friar offense.

    With his six points in the game, Pymm established the Providence College single-season mark for points in a season with 58 (30 goals, 28 assists). The previous mark of 57 was set by Mike Chapey in 1986.

    Ken Leahy recorded three goals in the first 15 minutes to help the Friars build a 6-2 first quarter lead. PC added two more goals in the second quarter to create an 8-2 advantage at halftime. In a closely played final 30 minutes, the Friars outscored the Catamounts, 5-4.

    Providence netminder Rob Chambers made 13 saves in the win. Carl Langfeldt recorded eight stops in net for the Catamounts.

    With the win Providence finished the season with a 5-9 record while Vermont fell to 2-11.

    at PROVIDENCE, R.I. VERMONT (2-11) 2 0 3 1 - 6 PROVIDENCE (5-9) 6 2 3 2 - 13 Vermont goals: Mitchell Butler, Todd Kathan, Brendan Ginty, Tim Stephens, Will Robertson, J.D. Moyer Vermont assists: Kip Edwards 2, Pram Dass Hisler, Ben Stockman

    Providence goals: Matt Pymm 5, Ken Leahy 3, Jeff Merklinger 2, Jason Hanrahan 2, Jack Cullinane Providence Assists: Rory Wentworth 3, Jason Hanrahan 3, Ken Leahy 2, Matt Pymm, Mike Writght

    Saves: Vermont; Carl Langfeldt (8): Providence; Rob Chambers (13)