College Men’s Lacrosse Final – Guilford 11, Shenandoah 7

Posted by Press Release on April 20, 2014 at 12:09 am under College | Comments are off for this article

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Adam Fiore scored three goals and added five assists in Guilford College’s 11-7 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) lacrosse win over visiting Shenandoah University Saturday. The Quakers’ Thomas Deane made a season-high 20 saves in goal as the Quakers won for the third time in four games.

Guilford (8-6, 2-6 ODAC) finished the game on a 5-1 run after the Hornets (6-10, 2-6 ODAC) rallied from three goals down to tie the game at 6-6 midway through the third quarter.

After Shenandoah’s Drew Brooks forced the game’s fourth tie with the Hornets’ sixth goal, Fiore set up Andrew McDonagh’s tally with 5:10 left in the third that marked the go-ahead goal. Fiore scored the eventual game-winner a little over a minute later and fed Chase Rogers’ goal 34 seconds later for a quick 9-6 Quakers’ edge.

Guilford’s Rufus Terry scored 14 seconds into the fourth quarter, which capped a 4-0 spurt and opened a 10-6 Quakers’ lead. Shenandoah’s Stephen LaTona scored from Brooks at the 11:04 mark, but it was the last goal Shenandoah scored as Deane recorded seven fourth-quarter saves.

Dylan Haupt scored three times and Daniel Hughey chipped in with two goals and an assist. Duncan Fitzgerald played an important role, winning five-of-eight second-half face-offs, which helped the Quakers control possession.

LaTona paced the Hornets with three goals and Brooks finished with a goal and three assists. Tilghman Sanders added a goal and an assist. He also won 10-of-17 face-offs and picked up a game-high seven ground balls. Rookie goaltender Ben Judy made 12 saves and Eric Hobby caused five turnovers.

The Quakers close the season next Saturday (4/26) versus visiting Randolph College in a 1:00 p.m. ODAC contest.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2014 Guilford College Lacrosse
Shenandoah vs Guilford (Apr 19, 2014 at Greensboro, NC)

Shenandoah (6-10, 2-6 ODAC) vs. Guilford (8-6, 2-6 ODAC)
Date: Apr 19, 2014 Location: Greensboro, NC Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:150 Start time:4:00 pm End time:5:50 PM Total time:1:50

Shenandoah SCORING: GOALS: Stephen LaTona 3; Drew Brooks 1; Tilghman Sanders 1; Kyle Savage 1; Jack Greaney 1.
ASSISTS: Drew Brooks 3; Terrence Mulvey 1; Tilghman Sanders 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Adam Fiore 3; Dylan Haupt 3; Daniel Hughey 2; Chase Rogers 1; Rufus Terry 1; Andrew McDonagh 1.
ASSISTS: Adam Fiore 5; Daniel Hughey 1; Ian Wiesenberg 1.

Shenandoah GROUND BALLS: Tilghman Sanders 7; Ben Judy 4; Mason Ryzoff 4; Brad Farr 3; Dom Lombardi 3; Connor Bishop 2; Eric Hobby 2; Stephen LaTona 2; Colin O’Donnell 2; Drew Brooks 1; Casey Edsall 1; Jack Greaney 1; Kyle Savage 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Rufus Terry 4; Adam Fiore 3; Ian Wiesenberg 3; Matt Dunbar 2; Dylan Haupt 2; Connor Manning 2; Juquan Tellis 2; Thomas Deane 1; Duncan Fitzgerald 1; Erik Fries 1; Daniel Haupt 1; Daniel Hughey 1; Chase Rogers 1.

Shenandoah TURNOVERS CAUSED: Eric Hobby 5; Dom Lombardi 2; Markus Calabro 1; Mason Ryzoff 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Connor Manning 2; Matt Dunbar 1; Adam Fiore 1; Daniel Haupt 1.

SHOTS – Shenandoah 41; Guilford 34.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Shenandoah 27; Guilford 23.
PENALTIES – Shenandoah 8/6:00; Guilford 9/7:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Shenandoah 3-8; Guilford 2-7.
TURNOVERS – Shenandoah 11; Guilford 19.
FACEOFFS – Shenandoah 11-21; Guilford 10-21.
CLEARS – Shenandoah 14-18; Guilford 16-21.
GOALIES – SU: Ben Judy 6-10 (60:00 minutes, 23 shots-12 saves, 11 GA); GC: Thomas Deane 8-6 (60:00, 27-20, 7).

Start time: 4:00 pm Finish time: 5:50 PM Length of game: 1:50
Officials: Sonny Ziegler; John DeBottis; Mike McLaughlin. Scorer: Guilford Sports Info.
A-150 T-1:50
Old Dominion Athletic Conference game

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