W&L Wins Lee-Jackson Lacrosse Classic At VMI, 9-5

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Jonathan Schwab
Winners of the Lee-Worrell-Fallon Award, given to the Most Valuable Player on each team, were VMI's Kyle Walsh and W&L's A.J. Witherell. (VMI photo by Joshua Daniels of Firehouse Photography)The W&L seniors accept the winners’ trophy. (VMI photo by Joshua Daniels of Firehouse Photography)Defender Kyle Walsh, VMI’s Worrell-Fallon Award winner, looks for an open teammate to pass to. (VMI photo by Joshua Daniels of Firehouse Photography)

Thursday, Nov. 8 – The Washington and Lee University men’s lacrosse team overcame Virginia Military Institute 9-5 in the 32nd annual Lee-Jackson Lacrosse Classic, played in the rain on Oct. 26 at VMI’s Drill Field #2. Winners of the Worrell-Fallon Award, given to the Most Valuable Player on each team, were W&L attackman A.J. Witherell and VMI defender Kyle Walsh. Witherell scored three goals and dished out two assists, and he scooped up four groundballs and took 11 shots. Walsh had five groundballs and caused five turnovers. W&L has won 29 of the games since the event began The game raised money for Project Horizon.

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