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North Bethesda, Md. - The No. 20 Penn State men's lacrosse team used a hot start to take down Furman in a neutral site matchup on Tuesday evening at Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda, Md., 16-5 in nonconference action.
Penn State out-scored the Paladins, 11-1, in the opening half to spark their way to a win.
Junior Nick Spillane had a strong day as the attackman registered two goals and four assists. His four assists mark a new career high.
Sophomore Mac O'Keefe also added a hat trick and added two assists. Freshman Brian Townsend scored two goals and tallied three assists, while Matt Donnelly recorded two goals, and Robby Black added a goal and an assist.
Penn State scored 11 straight goals before Furman would find the back of the net with 3:00 minutes left in the opening half.
Arceri went 19-21
The Nittany Lions continue their road trip with a 12 p.m. neutral site battle with Cornell on Saturday at the US Lacrosse Complex in Sparks, Md.