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Panther City Finishes Home Regular Season Slate With Clash Against Albany

The Panther City Lacrosse Club (8-8) will close out their home regular season slate on Sunday, April 14 at 4:00 p.m. CT on ESPNU against the Albany FireWolves (10-6). Ron Thulin (PxP), Dalton Jernigan (Analyst) and Maggie Hale (Floor Reporter) will be on the nationally televised call. 

Panther City is coming off of a big, 12-10, win over Philadelphia last week that saw the offense come alive at just the right time as the team enters a crucial end of the season stretch with playoffs looming. The team took a franchise record 66 shots on goal, including a single-game franchise record 20 shots by Callum Crawford (5 points – 2G/3A). The team tied the franchise record with six power play goals, of which they also did against Las Vegas (1/27/24). 

Rookie Jason Knox was the leader on offense as he recorded a career high eight points (4G/4A), including three power play goals, which tied the franchise record for most power play goals in a single game (Patrick Dodds – 2/24/23 at Colorado). Knox’s three PPG also ties the league high this season in the NLL. Knox was awarded the NLL Rookie of the Week for his performance in Week 19. 

Second-year forward Jonathan Donville notched the game winner against Philadelphia for PCLC with just under three minutes remaining in the game. It was Donville’s fourth game-winning goal of the 2023-24 season, which is tied for the most GWG in the NLL this season. Donville’s game winning goals include two overtime game winners this season. 

Albany enters Fort Worth currently in third place in the league and is led by rookies Alex Simmons (85 points – 33G/52A) and Tye Kurtz (66 points – 29G/37A). Goalie Doug Jamieson is having another successful season as he has 10 wins under his belt and has posted a GAA of 10.14. 

Both teams will feature some familiar faces as PCLC original team member Nathan Grenon returns to town after spending his first two years in the league with Panther City. Tony Malcom and Brent Mitchell both have spent time in their careers with Albany before heading south to Fort Worth. 

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