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Records Fall as Anderson Routs Concordia Chicago

Records Fall as Anderson Routs Concordia Chicago

The Anderson University men's lacrosse team routed Concordia University Chicago by a score of 19-2 on Saturday in Macholtz Stadium.

Anderson set two single-match team records as the Ravens concluded the contest with 16 assists and 35 points.

Cole Whatley hit multiple program highlights during Saturday's contest. In addition to breaking the 100-career point mark, Whatley finished the match with 105 career points, breaking the school record of 102. Whatley also became the first Raven in program history to score eight goals in a match as well as the first Raven to score 11 points. In program history, Whatley is the only person to score seven goals in a match, which he has achieved three other times.


  • Cole Whatley became the first Raven to score eight goals in a match.
  • Cole Whatley broke the school's career points record with 105, while also becoming the second Raven to break 100 career points.
  • Clayton Emery, who transferred to Anderson from Concordia Chicago, closed out the match with four goals, two assists and six points. Emery finished third on the team in points.
  • Freshman Spencer Pruden picked up his first career win in goal.
  • Freshman Riley Allstatt recorded his first career goal.
  • Anderson scored two goals directly off a caused turnover by Robert Okougbo. Okougbo assisted on both goals. He also collected a team-high eight ground balls.
  • Michael Ertel closed out the match with three goals, four assists and seven points, finishing with career highs in both points and assists.
  • Anderson's defense rolled to advantages of 18-2 in caused turnovers and 52-24 in ground balls.
  • The Ravens set single-game school records for both points (35) and assists (16).
  • Anderson rolled to a 64-18 shot advantage.
  • The Ravens cleared 19-of-25 (76 percent) attempts while the Cougars finished 14-of-29 (48.3 percent) clears.



Anderson faces off with Heidelberg University (1-2) on Saturday, March 11 at 2 p.m. in Tiffin, Ohio.