The men's lacrosse team demolished Clark University on Wednesday after falling to Trinity, the top NESCAC team, on Saturday.

Ten players scored in Bowdoin's 16-3 victory over Clark. Billy Bergner '13 and Lawton Salley '12 led the team with three goals apiece.

On Saturday, Trinity scored three times in the last four minutes of play, earning the team a 7-4 win over Bowdoin.

"It was 4-4, with 3.5 minutes to go," said Head Coach Tom McCabe. "Trinity came around the goal, took a shot, the ball bounced, hit somebody, and bounced right into the kid's stick, allowing him to take a shot."

Trinity went on to score two more goals against the Polar Bears to seal the win.

"I felt great about the guys' effort and how hard they worked," said McCabe. "It became a defensive battle." He added that goalie Chris Williamson '12, who made 22 saves against Trinity, "played outstanding for us and kept us above water."

Although the defense played strongly in the game against Trinity, the Polar Bears are working on improving their offense.

"Offense has to be able to shoot intelligently and make the most of every opportunity," said McCabe. "If we continue to get better at that phase of the game, we're going to be pretty tough to beat."

The 1-1 week brought No. 19 Bowdoin's record to 8-3, 4-3 NESCAC, and the Bantams' win kept their undefeated NESCAC season intact.

-Compiled by Christine Parsons.