College Men’s Lacrosse Final – #3 Lynchburg 18, Guilford 4

Posted by Press Release on April 15, 2012 at 7:03 am under College | Comments are off for this article

LYNCHBURG, Va. – Dylan Hoff scored three goals and three assists in Lynchburg College’s 18-4 men’s lacrosse win over Guilford College Saturday night.
The Hornets (14-1, 6-0 ODAC) are ranked third in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association NCAA Division III Coaches’ Poll.

Lynchburg’s Max Voumard also scored three times, twice in the first quarter, which helped the hosts to a 3-1 edge after 15 minutes. Hoff had two goals and two assists in the decisive second quarter, which saw Lynchburg open a 12-2 halftime lead.

“They are a legitimate number-three (team) in the country,” said Guilford head coach Tom Carmean. “Thomas Deane played really well, and so did a lot of the younger defensemen, who got some good experience against what is probably the best attack in the country.”

Deane, the Quakers’ freshman goalie, made a career-high 15 saves in a little over three quarters of work. Senior Chris Sisk, one of four goal scorers for Guilford, tallied 6:25 into the first quarter to draw Guilford to within, 2-1.

Carmean said he was pleased how his team competed, especially early in the game.

“We want to take away a positive experience,” Carmean said. “Playing against that level of team and sticking around in the early part of the game was a part of it.”

The Quakers (6-8, 1-5 ODAC) close the regular season next Saturday (4/21) at Roanoke College.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2012 Guilford College Lacrosse
Guilford vs #3 Lynchburg (Apr 14, 2012 at Lynchburg, VA)

Guilford (6-8, 1-5 ODAC) vs. Lynchburg (14-1, 6-0 ODAC)
Date: Apr 14, 2012
Location: Lynchburg, VA
Stadium: Shellenberger Field
Attendance:512
Start time:7:00 pm
End time:8:55 pm
Total time:1:55

   SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  3  4  Tot
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   Guilford............  1  1  0  2 -  4
   Lynchburg...........  3  8  5  2 - 18

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Taylor Teodosio 1; Kyle Smith 1; Chris Ashcraft 1; Chris Sisk 1.
ASSISTS: Greg Nash 2.

Lynchburg SCORING: GOALS: Dylan Hoff 3; Max Voumard 3; Ben Sauer 2; Josh Davey 2; Andrew Wilfong 1; Chase Loetz 1; Derek Sweet 1; Rob Arnold 1; Nick Betonti 1; Todd Galvin 1; Franc Cook 1; Chris Rainwater 1.
ASSISTS: Dylan Hoff 3; Chase Loetz 2; Ben Sauer 2; Andrew Wilfong 2; Luke Ernst 1; Jon Lombardo 1; Derek Sweet 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: TEAM 7; Thomas Deane 4; Nick Huckins 3; Aaron Knauss 3; Chris Ashcraft 2; Justin Przezdziecki 2; Kyle Smith 2; Austen West 2; Trent Evans 1; Henry Farley 1; James Hulette 1; A.J. Oliver 1; Nick Mann 1; Greg Nash 1; Eric Parmelee 1; Chris Sisk 1; Juquan Tellis 1; Taylor Teodosio 1; Chandler Zirkle 1.

Lynchburg GROUND BALLS: Matt Jernack 7; Joe Lisicky 3; TEAM 3; Ben Wright 3; Franc Cook 2; Vin Curran 2; Luke Ernst 2; Jon Lombardo 2; Nick Small 2; Matt Baker 1; Josh Davey 1; Patrick Dinneny 1; Andrew Fawkes 1; Cullan Ganley 1; Dylan Hoff 1; Chase Loetz 1; Matt Manzo 1; Pat Ohrem 1; Charlie Oldendorp 1; Mike Rhea 1; Ben Sauer 1; Jeff Schwartz 1; Mike Sharkey 1; Chance Smith 1; Kyle Sullivan 1; Derek Sweet 1; Hunter Thompson 1; Andrew Wilfong 1.

Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Justin Przezdziecki 3; Austen West 2; Chase Clausen 1; Henry Farley 1; A.J. Oliver 1; Aaron Knauss 1; Nick Mann 1; Sam Newland 1; Eric Parmelee 1.
Lynchburg TURNOVERS CAUSED: Joe Lisicky 3; Ben Sauer 2; Ben Wright 2; Luke Ernst 1; Dylan Hoff 1; Jon Lombardo 1; Pat Ohrem 1; Mike Sharkey 1; Derek Sweet 1; Hunter Thompson 1.

SHOTS – Guilford 21; Lynchburg 49.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Guilford 11; Lynchburg 33.
PENALTIES – Guilford 4/3:00; Lynchburg 0/0:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Guilford 0-0; Lynchburg 1-4.
TURNOVERS – Guilford 29; Lynchburg 22.
FACEOFFS – Guilford 9-24; Lynchburg 15-24.
CLEARS – Guilford 11-22; Lynchburg 19-23.

GOALIES – GC: Thomas Deane 6-8 (50:03 minutes, 33 shots-15 saves, 18 GA) , Garrison Goth (09:57, 0-0, 0); LC: Franc Cook 14-1 (30:00, 3-1, 2) , James Cook (05:10, 1-0, 1) , Andrew Fawkes (07:24, 4-3, 1) , R. St. Clair-Barrie (17:26, 3-3, 0).

Start time: 7:00 pm
Finish time: 8:55 pm
Length of game: 1:55
Officials:. Scorer: LC Sports Info.
A-512
T-1:55
Old Dominion Athletic Conference game Lynchburg is ranked third in this week’s USILA Division III Coaches’ Poll.


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