BYU men’s lacrosse beats UNLV


The BYU men’s lacrosse beat UNLV 14-9 in their second home game behind four goals from Chris Severson.

BYU fell behind 5-2 after a slow start in the first quarter. Head coach Matt Schneck attributed this to this being the first time BYU had played outside this season.

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Jack Vassau brings the ball down the field after a face off against Utah State (Ari Davis)

“We have not been outside since October,” Schneck said. “So you figure it’s been about four months since we’ve been outside and I think it had a little bit of an impact on the guys. We’ve been in these closed walls for the last four months, and things look different, they feel different. I think they just needed to get their jitters out a little bit.”

BYU tied the game early in the second quarter with a goal from Adam Coffey. The Cougars then built on that goal with a 7-0 run to go up 11-5.

“I think that Jack Vassau, in face off, did a fantastic job. He was continually giving us an advantage with having additional possessions. He did a great job,” Schneck said.

Ten BYU players scored goals and improved to 2-0 record on the season.

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