Syracuse Lacrosse Players Involved In Car Crash

Thankfully, it doesn’t appear to be anything too serious. According to the Syracuse Media Group, two men and two women lacrosse players from Syracuse were in an accident at around 2:30 AM near Thorden Park. From Syracuse.com:

The four athletes were traveling in a Toyota southbound on Ostrom Avenue when a sport utility vehicle traveling the wrong way on Thornden Park struck the vehicle. Two of the Syracuse students were injured and were taken to an area hospital, said Syracuse Police Sgt. Gary Bulinski.

Scott Loy, 21, a junior midfielder for the Syracuse men’s lacrosse team, complained of neck pain and Alyssa Costantino, 21, a junior goalkeeper for the Syracuse women’s lacrosse team, complained of facial pain.

Amy Brunner-Cross, 20, a junior midfielder on the women’s lacrosse team, and Bridget Daley, 21, a senior midfielder on the women’s lacrosse team, were not injured, Bulinski said. Brunner-Cross was driving.

It appears that the driver that collided with the lacrosse players was at fault, and he was ticketed with driving the wrong direction down a one way street. Aside from some neck pain, it appears that the injuries weren’t too serious, and we wish them a speedy recovery.

Topics: Lacrosse, Syracuse Orange

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