Virginia jumped on the board first with a free position goal by Mueller, then added to the lead when Shoemaker converted a free position.
Wagner started the comeback with his second goal of the game after the Golden Eagles pulled senior goalie Cole Blazer to add an extra attacker.
In program history, Marquette now nearly has as many one-goal wins (21), as they do any other margin (24). "He's not taking anybody by surprise this year, and he's still getting goals".
"I was so pumped because that's my sister", Emerson Cabrera said. Shoemaker found Kelly driving for a score to take the lead.
Leading the way for the Wildcats in their quest for a tournament spot will be his six captains, including seniors Tyler Roberts, Moe Ducharme, Bobby Lord, Ryan St. Jean and Ryan Penny, along with junior Andrew Sullivan.
"He is the guy everyone is looking to stop. Hats off to him; credit goes to them". Monteiro will very hard to replace, but Peters is confident that Murphy is ready to step up. "We're absolutely going to keep punching", Rising Sun coach Justin Parker said.
"We've always said from the beginning of the season, it's an 18-game building process", Zabroski said. "We were down as well", Zug said.More news: (VLO) Receives Consensus Recommendation of "Hold" from Analysts
"Colby played a lights-out game". Sophomore midfielder Connor McClelland had three goals. Playing them for the first time this season, the team didn't know what to expect, and it turned out to be a challenging game.
"I like the unselfishness", Lindley said. "You want to play against a goalie like that because she makes you so much better".
"It was really a tale of two halves", Peters said.
For much of the game the Red Storm had their way on offense, scoring in spurts off transition in the first half.
Jack Uhl and Kevin Collins added three goals apiece for the (4-0) Tigers in the annual contest that honors the memory of 2003 Kingston graduate Dan Barnes, who died in 2015 at the age of 30 from cancer. "Staples settled in and they played us even the rest of the way".
Lake Norman's boys lacrosse team personally saw to it that the previous existing tie atop the Conference 13 standings was solidly broken in its favor when dealing then-co-circuit frontrunner Lake Norman Charter a decisive, 17-3 defeat. But now, they hope to spring out of that slump with an experienced group of players back on the field.