Big Third Period Lifts Greensboro College Pride Men’s Lacrosse Past Ferrum, 14-11

Big Third Period Lifts Pride Men Past Ferrum 14-11
Courtesy of Wes Gullett, Greensboro College Sports Information Director

FERRUM, Va. – Austin Abourjilie recorded six goals as the Greensboro College men’s lacrosse team used a seven-goal third period to move past the Panthers of Ferrum College Wednesday 14-11.

After playing the first 15 minutes to a 3-3 draw, Ferrum outscored the Pride 4-3 in the second to take a one-goal lead into halftime.

Davis Miller was then able to tie the game early in the third period before Dominic Scali found the back of the net with 11:10 showing on the clock to give Greensboro an 8-7 lead. However, the Pride was not done there as Miller, Spencer Kontoulas, Michael Meley, and Abourjilie combined for the raining give goals to give Greensboro a 13-8 lead heading into the final period.

Over the final 15 minutes, Ferrum outscored the Pride 3-1 but Greensboro held on for the three-goal victory.

Meley finished the day with three goals while Miller and Kontoulas both had two goals. Christopher Stallings was credited with the win and recorded six saves.

The Pride will return to action Saturday when they travel to take on Hampden-Sydney College. For more information on Greensboro College men’s lacrosse, continue to follow,