Guilford College Men’s Lacrosse Final – Hampden-Sydney 14, Guilford 7

Posted by Don Moore on April 9, 2008 at 9:07 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

Greensboro, N.C. – Robbie Thomas scored all of his game-high three goals during a decisive 9-2 run in visiting Hampden-Sydney College’s 14-7 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) men’s lacrosse victory at Guilford College Wednesday afternoon. The Tigers evened their record at 5-5 overall (1-1 ODAC) with their third win in four game.The Quakers fall to 2-8 (0-3 ODAC) with their fifth straight loss.

The game was tied at 1-1 late into the first quarter before the Tigers reeled off three unanswered goals in the final 3:14 of the period. Thomas scored his first tally with six ticks left in the frame to give the guests a 4-1 lead.

The teams traded tallies at the start of the second quarter before Kenny Mathison scored with 5:43 before halftime, which triggered a 4-0 Hampden-Sydney run to intermission. Andrew O’Shea and Doug Carpenter scored 23 seconds apart for a 9-2 Tigers’ lead at the break.

Guilford’s Tyler Zivic and Dan Orr sandwiched tallies around Thomas’ third and final score to make it a 10-4 game with 12:11 left in the third quarter, but Hampden-Sydney scored the final three goals of the period and took a 13-4 lead into the final quarter.

Nine different Tigers found the back of the net, including Carpenter, Kyle Jett and Cole Hawthorne, who each tallied twice. Andrew Mahoney contributed a goal and an assist. Phil Hage collected 10 saves and five ground balls in just under 46 minutes in goal.

Joe Dauksis scored the Quakers’ final two goals in the fourth quarter and added an assist for a team-best three points. F.J. Ientile also scored twice. Andrew Vigne played the first half in goal and made six of the Quakers’ 11 saves. Mark Guillen finished between the pipes and had five stops, plus six ground balls.

The Quakers visit league-rival Roanoke College next Wednesday (4/16). The Tigers host Roanoke Saturday (4/12) at 1:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final) / 2008 Guilford College Lacrosse / Hampden-Sydney vs Guilford (Apr 09, 2008 at Greensboro, N.C.)
Hampden-Sydney (5-5, 1-1 ODAC) vs. Guilford (2-8, 0-3 ODAC)
Date: Apr 09, 2008 Location: Greensboro, N.C. Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:50 Start time:3:30 pm End time:5:15 pm Total time:1:45

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 3 4 Tot
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Hampden-Sydney…… 4 5 4 1 – 14
Guilford………… 1 1 2 3 – 7

Hampden-Sydney SCORING: GOALS: Robbie Thomas 3; Doug Carpenter 2; Kyle Jett 2; Cole Hawthorne 2; Andrew Mahoney 1; Kenny Mathison 1; Harrison McCorkle 1; Andrew O’Shea 1; Colin Dunn 1.
ASSISTS: Andrew Mahoney 1; Hunter Phillips 1; Joe Severns 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Joe Dauksis 2; FJ Ientile 2; Tyler Zivic 1; Mark Halip 1; Dan Orr 1.
ASSISTS: Todd Bochenek 1; Joe Dauksis 1.

Hampden-Sydney GROUND BALLS: Phil Hage 5; Bill Tunney 4; Joe Daugherty 3; Colin Dunn 3; Andrew Mahoney 3; Daniel Martin 3; Harrison McCorkle 2; Will Ashwell 1; Peter Foley 1; Kyle Frazier 1; Jamie Gorman 1; Cole Hawthorne 1; Thomas Hovis 1; Kenny Mathison 1; Jake McDonald 1; Mark Miller 1; Alex Pritzlaff 1; James Provenzano 1; Jon Spear 1; Peter Squire 1; Robbie Thomas 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Todd Bochenek 7; Mark Guillen 6; Joe Dauksis 5; Kyle Boylan 4; Matthew Fuquay 3; Andrew Vigne 3; Matt Youngblood 3; Gates Benson 2; Warren Brown 2; David Heltzel 2; Dan Orr 2; Dan Simpson 2; Colin Davis 1; Carl Farlow 1; Tyler Harrison 1; FJ Ientile 1.

Hampden-Sydney TURNOVERS CAUSED: Colin Dunn 3; Peter Foley 2; Alex Pritzlaff 2; Will Ashwell 1; Dudley Locke 1; Daniel Martin 1; Ian York 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Gates Benson 4; Warren Brown 1; Tyler Harrison 1.

SHOTS – Hampden-Sydney 39; Guilford 37.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Hampden-Sydney 25; Guilford 22.
PENALTIES – Hampden-Sydney 5/4:30; Guilford 2/1:30.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Hampden-Sydney 0-2; Guilford 0-4.
TURNOVERS – Hampden-Sydney 22; Guilford 24.
FACEOFFS – Hampden-Sydney 13-25; Guilford 12-25.
CLEARS – Hampden-Sydney 20-23; Guilford 25-30.
GOALIES – HSC: Phil Hage 5-5 (45:49 minutes, 15 shots-10 saves, 5 GA), Ben Steele (14:11, 7-5, 2); GC: Mark Guillen (30:00, 10-5, 5) , Andrew Vigne 2-8 (30:00, 15-6, 9).

Start time: 3:30 pm Finish time: 5:15 pm Length of game: 1:45
Officials: Bruce Bukard; Bob Lowe; Jim Blankner. Scorer: Guilford Sports Info.
A-50 T-1:45


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