Men's Lacrosse Has Record-Setting Victory

Alex Villegas
Alex Villegas

FREDERICK, Md. - Hood College's Grayson Zubradt scored the most goals in a game in a NCAA men's lacrosse game thus far in 2017 to lead the Blazers to a 29-8 win over Neumann. 

Not to be outdone, Alex Villegas became Hood's all-time leading scorer with 91 points. 

The output of 10 by Zubradt was a school record for goals, as were his 11 points in the contest. Hood's 29 goals were a school record, as were its 42 points. The 29 goals were one shy of the NCAA high for the year. 

Inside the Box Score

How it Happened

  • The Blazers scored the first four goals of the game and, after Neumann scored, scored the final four of the quarter for an 8-1 lead. Villegas scored the fifth goal of the quarter to tie the school record. 
  • Villegas broke the record with a goal with 2:33 left in the second quarter for his 90th career point. Zubradt had seven goals at halftime, already the school record, as Hood built a 16-2 lead. 
  • The Blazers scored eight more in the third quarter and led 24-7 heading into the final quarter. 


  • Chase Fraser had four goals and an assist for Neumann. 
  • Brendan Risley had a game-high eight saves. 
  • Hood outshot the Knights 59-16 and held a 41-23 edge in ground balls. 
  • Villegas broke Kris Miner's points record of 89 set from 2008-11.
  • Both Zubradt and teammate Patrick O'Brien held the old record of six goals in a game. 
  • Zubradt and Brett Humphreys each held the previous record of seven points in a game. 

Up Next 

The Blazers head to St. Vincent on March 11.