College Men’s Lacrosse Final – Guilford 17, Trine 5

Posted by Press Release on March 1, 2014 at 10:23 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Sophomore attackman Adam Fiore (Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca) scored a game- and career-high 10 points on four goals and six assists in Guilford College’s 17-5 men’s lacrosse win over visiting Trine University Saturday night.

Fiore had a goal and five assists in Guilford’s 10-goal third quarter, which turned a three-goal game at the half into a blowout. His 10 points and six assists are the most in a game by a Quaker since Josh Miller ‘04 scored eight assists and 12 points in a 2004 win over Shenandoah University.

The game was tied at 3-3 early in the second quarter before the Quakers scored three straight goals to take a 6-3 lead. After Trine’s Rob Brzezinski netted an unassisted goal 65 seconds before halftime, the Thunder (0-2) did not score again until Chris Ward’s tally with 35 seconds left in regulation. Fiore scored with 28 seconds left in the half, which gave the hosts a 7-4 halftime lead. Guilford’s 10 third-quarter tallies are its most in a period since it scored 10 in the first quarter of a 29-4 win over Misericordia College in 2002.

Guilford’s Daniel Hughey (Cary, N.C./Athens Drive) and Jace Sowden both added a career-best four goals apiece. Sowden netted all of his goals in the decisive third quarter. The Quakers’ Connor Manning (Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca) won 10-of-18 face-offs and picked up a game-high nine ground balls. Thomas Deane, the first of three Guilford goalies, made 10 saves in three quarters of work.

Brzezinski won 14-of-24 draws and shared game-high honors with nine pickups. He was one of five different goal-scorers for the Thunder. Junior Matt Lamb went the distance in goal and recorded 13 saves and three ground balls.

Guilford hosts Farmingdale State Wednesday (3/5) at 4:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2013 Guilford College Lacrosse
Trine vs Guilford (Mar 01, 2014 at Greensboro, NC)

Trine (0-2) vs. Guilford (3-0)
Date: Mar 01, 2014
Location: Greensboro, NC
Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center

Attendance:125
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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   Trine...............  1  3  0  1 -  5
   Guilford............  3  4 10  0 - 17

Trine SCORING: GOALS: George Youpel 1; Rob Brzezinski 1; Chris Ward 1; Paul Carlquist 1; Jake Ahearn 1.
ASSISTS: None.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Adam Fiore 4; Daniel Hughey 4; Jace Sowden 4; Duncan Fitzgerald 2; Dylan Haupt 1; Juquan Tellis 1; Daniel Haupt 1.
ASSISTS: Adam Fiore 6; Chase Clausen 2; Andrew McDonagh 1; Rufus Terry 1.

Trine GROUND BALLS: Rob Brzezinski 9; Jordan Backer 5; Paul Carlquist 3; Matt Lamb 3; David Louis 3; Adam Martin 2; Chase Mallory 1; Colin O’Keefe 1; Nic Ruby 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Connor Manning 9; Adam Fiore 4; Chase Clausen 3; Cam Davis 2; Tom Driscoll 2; Erik Fries 2; Nick Huckins 2; James Hulette 2; John Padden 2; Rufus Terry 2; Ian Wiesenberg 2; Thomas Deane 1; Dylan Haupt 1; Daniel Hughey 1; A.J. Oliver 1; Andrew McDonagh 1; Chase Rogers 1; Jace Sowden 1; Evan Sylvia 1.

Trine TURNOVERS CAUSED: Jordan Backer 1; Paul Carlquist 1; David Louis 1; Zac Matthews 1; Chris Ward 1.

Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Trey Atkinson 2; Chase Clausen 1; Cam Davis 1; Tom Driscoll 1; David Felipe 1; Adam Fiore 1; Dylan Haupt 1; James Hulette 1; A.J. Oliver 1; Chase Rogers 1; Jace Sowden 1; Juquan Tellis 1.

SHOTS – Trine 37; Guilford 50.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Trine 21; Guilford 30.
PENALTIES – Trine 1/0:30; Guilford 5/3:30.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Trine 1-5; Guilford 0-1.
TURNOVERS – Trine 25; Guilford 19.
FACEOFFS – Trine 14-26; Guilford 12-26.
CLEARS – Trine 16-25; Guilford 21-26.

GOALIES – TRINEM: Matt Lamb 0-2 (60:00 minutes, 30 shots-13 saves, 17 GA); GC: Jacob Broome (06:00, 4-3, 1) , Thomas Deane 3-0 (45:00, 14-10, 4) , Garrison Goth (09:00, 3-3, 0).

Start time: 7:00 pm
Finish time: 8:55 pm
Length of game: 1:55
Officials: Chris Bynum; Scott Cook; Mike Ronco.
Scorer: Guilford Sports Info.


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