Men's Lacrosse Rallies Back, Defeats Bucknell 15-13
With the game tied with two minutes remaining, the 18th-ranked Army West Point Men's Lacrosse Team rallied back with two goals in the final 40 seconds of play to defeat Bucknell 15-13 on the road Saturday. Army improves to 8-2 on the year and 4-1 in Patriot League action. For the third time this season, freshman Brendan Nichtern scored the game-winning goal for the Black Knights. Nichtern tallied the final two goals of the contest and registered a team-leading eight points on the day on four goals and four assists. Nate Jones and Miles Silva also had four goals in the game. Jones eclipsed the 100-career goals mark in today's effort and now ranks 12th all-time with 101. He is also the 12th cadet in the 102 seasons of Army Men's Lacrosse to accomplish this feat. Johnny Surdick led the way defensively with five caused turnovers and five ground balls. Jones eclipsed the 100-career goals mark in today's effort and now ranks 12th all-time with 101. He is also the 12th cadet in the 102 seasons of Army men's lacrosse to accomplish this feat. Jones finished the game with a season-high four goals. Nichtern netted his third game-winning goal of the season in the game. The plebe tied his career-high in goals (4), assists (4) and points (8). Read more.