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Amazing Lacrosse Goal From 80 Yards To Secure Championship Victory

2011 WCAC Final Gonzaga vs Good Counsel. Sophomore defenseman Matt Borda shoots from behind his own goal to secure a win with 10 seconds remaining. The Gonzaga Eagles win their second straight WCAC title in dramatic fashion. The final score was 10-8 Gonzaga. Not a bad way to go out!

2011 WCAC Final Gonzaga vs Good Counsel. Sophomore defenseman Matt Borda shoots from behind his own goal to secure a win with 10 seconds remaining. The Gonzaga Eagles win their second straight WCAC title in dramatic fashion. The final score was 10-8 Gonzaga. Not a bad way to go out!

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[…] play at the next level next year.Max Planning (pictured): DENVER Jack Slater: BUCKNELL Matt Borda (the 80 yard man): FAIRFIELD Alex Corboy: PROVIDENCE Joe Fitzpatrick: PROVIDENCE Pat Myers: BOSTON UNIV. Jimmy […]

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[…] s1);})(); Digg DiggThe Goal of the Year race is on. First, it was Matt Borda from Gonzaga (DC), then Brian Farrell’s wizardry against UNC, and now a goalie from Oregon?! […]

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