2016-17 CLEVELAND STATE ATHLETICS TOP-10 MOMENTS
Over the course of the next two weeks, the Cleveland State Department of Athletics
will revisit the 2016-17 season with a look at the top-10 moments of the year.
A new moment will be revealed each day (Monday through Friday) from June 5-16.
The men's lacrosse team hosted Michigan for the inaugural game in program history on Feb. 4 in the Krenzler Dome in front of a sold out crowd.
The Vikings began their existence as the 71st Division I program in the country by scoring the opening goal of the game off the stick of midfielder Nick Wendel just 3:23 into the contest, giving CSU a 1-0 lead.
CSU would fall to Michigan, 13-8, and would go on to play five ranked teams over the course of the season, including top-ranked Denver (Feb. 25) and Penn State (March 25).
The Vikings finished the inaugural season with five wins, including a 13-6 win over Detroit Mercy at Krenzler Field in the season finale, marking the first win over a Division I team for the program.