WATERVILLE, Maine -- Despite the 100th career goal from Colby College's Austin Sayre, Bowdoin College received five goals from Ben Kujala in a 10-8 win over the Mules in NESCAC men's lacrosse on a rainy Wednesday night at Seaverns Field at Harold Alfond Stadium.
Sayre (pictured) had his 100th career goal just 16 seconds into the third quarter. He became the seventh player in program history to reach 100 goals.
Kujala added his fifth goal of the game from Drew Hillman just 2:03 into the final quarter for an 8-6 lead. James DiSisto tallied from Jimmy Young with 8:15 remaining and Buckman scored unassisted for the Polar Bears' final goal with 7:00 to play.
The Mules took a 1-0 lead with 10:18 left in the first quarter on Kevin Seiler's goal from Michel. Bowdoin, though, scored the next three goals and never trailed again in the first half. Kujala, Buckman, and Sam Langan all had unassisted goals in the final 7:19 of the opening quarter.
CJ Hassan picked up the ground ball at the draw to start the second quarter, raced up the field, and found Seiler in front for the goal just seven seconds into play.
Sayre scored just 16 seconds into the third quarter off a third assist from Hassan for his milestone goal. He has 100 goals and 34 assists for 134 career points.
Mumford finished with six of his eight saves in the second half and added five ground balls. Colby goalie C.J. Layton played well with 14 saves and four ground balls.
Brad McCarthy finished with three caused turnovers and three ground balls for the Mules. Michael McHale added two caused turnovers and one ground ball.