SNHU gets two freshman hat tricks in lacrosse win

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Tristan Pietz (SNHU promotional photo)

MANCHESTER, N.H – Southern New Hampshire University grabbed its first lacrosse victory of 2019, defeating Molloy 13-9 on Saturday afternoon.

SNHU took the lead for good after six second-quarter goals, with a man-up goal from freshman Alex Sturgess (Derry, N.H.) that parked a streak of three SNHU goals in just 2:29.

That was Dubois’ second goal of the quarter, he’d grab two more to join fellow SNHU freshman Tristan Pietz (Dudley, Mass.) with four goals on the day.

SNHU resumes play Saturday, March 2 when it takes on Mercy College at 2 p.m.

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