Kyle Frank (Glen Arm, Md./Boys’ Latin),
a senior attacker on The University of Scranton men’s
lacrosse team, scored the 100th point of his career in the
Royals’ 13-7 victory over Washington & Jefferson in
Landmark Conference action on Saturday, March 24, in Washington,
Frank reached the century mark with 2:40 remaining in the fourth period with a goal on a play set up by junior midfielder Dillon McInerney (Hawthorne, NJ/Bergen Catholic) as Scranton improved to 5-1 on the season.
In 36 career games, Frank has 70 goals and 30 assists for 100 total points. He is currently tied for 16th in goals, 19th in total points, and tied for 22nd in assists all-time in Royals’ history.
Scranton will host Drew University in Landmark Conference action this Saturday, March 31, at Fitzpatrick Field beginning at 1:00 p.m. The Royals are defending Landmark Conference champions.