College Men’s Lacrosse Final – #10 Lynchburg 13, Guilford 4

Posted by Press Release on March 14, 2015 at 9:21 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Austin Stewart tallied a game-high five goals to lead 10th-ranked Lynchburg College to a 13-4 lacrosse win at Guilford College Saturday in both teams’ Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) opener.

The Hornets (3-2, 1-0 ODAC) are ranked 10th in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association NCAA Division III Poll. The Quakers (3-1, 0-1 ODAC) were listed among teams receiving votes in the poll.

Stewart had four goals by halftime, including two of the Hornets’ three extra-man tallies, which sparked the visitors to a 7-2 halftime lead. Stewart had two goals and an assist during Lynchburg’s 4-0 run that ended the second quarter.

The run carried all the way to the fourth quarter as Lynchburg outscored Guilford, 4-0, in the third quarter. Colin McGuire netted the second of his three second-half tallies to start the fourth-quarter scoring, which gave the guests a 12-2 margin.

Stewart finished with a game-high six points and linemate Aaron Murphy added five with two goals and a game-high three assists. McGuire added an assist to his day for four points. Chris Hawley, the first of four Lynchburg goalies, was strong with nine saves in 50 minutes. He allowed just two goals, caused two turnovers and had four ground balls. Bobby Distler won seven of 12 face-offs and collected a game-best five ground balls.

Guilford had four different goal scorers in the game, including defenders Cam Davis and Jake Sadd. Daniel Haupt and Chandler Zirkle also scored for the Quakers, who outshot Lynchburg, 40-35. Defensive midfielder Rufus Terry forced five Hornets’ turnovers and picked up three ground balls in a solid performance. Goalie Thomas Deane also had three pickups in addition to 10 saves.

Coach Tom Carmean’s Quakers host Alfred State College Wednesday (3/18) at 1:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2015 Guilford College Lacrosse
#10 Lynchburg vs Guilford (Mar 14, 2015 at Greensboro, NC)

Lynchburg (3-2, 1-0 ODAC) vs. Guilford (3-1, 0-1 ODAC)
Date: Mar 14, 2015
Location: Greensboro, NC
Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:100
Start time:5:00 PM
End time:6:45 PM
Total time:1:45

 
SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  3  4  Tot
-------------------------------------
Lynchburg...........  3  4  4  2 - 13
Guilford............  0  2  0  2 -  4

Lynchburg SCORING: GOALS: Austin Stewart 5; Colin McGuire 3; Aaron Murphy 2; Chris Cornelius 1; Cullan Ganley 1; Jacob Fuller 1.
ASSISTS: Aaron Murphy 3; Dane Angell 1; Chris Cornelius 1; Bobby Distler 1; Colin McGuire 1; Austin Stewart 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Daniel Haupt 1; Jake Sadd 1; Chandler Zirkle 1; Cam Davis 1.
ASSISTS: Andrew McDonagh 1.

Lynchburg GROUND BALLS: Bobby Distler 5; Cole Barrett 4; Chris Hawley 4; Luke Ernst 3; Brian Smith 3; Hunter Thompson 3; Berk Ellis 2; Todd Galvin 2; Aaron Murphy 2; Joe Vincent 2; Harrison Brennan 1; Ryan
Connors 1; Chris Cornelius 1; Danny Czerkawski 1; Cullan Ganley 1; Ryan Kardux 1; Daniel Owens 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Thomas Deane 3; Daniel Haupt 3; Connor Manning 3; Rufus Terry 3; Cole Woodward 3; Cam Davis 2; David Felipe 2; Nick Huckins 2; Jake Sadd 2; Chandler Zirkle 2; Alex Brownlee 1; Nick
Damiano 1; Adam Fiore 1; Erik Fries 1; Dylan Haupt 1; Daniel Hughey 1.

Lynchburg TURNOVERS CAUSED: Chris Hawley 2; Cole Barrett 1; Ryan Connors 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Rufus Terry 5; David Felipe 1; Daniel Haupt 1; Dylan Haupt 1; Juquan Tellis 1; Ian Wiesenberg 1.

SHOTS – Lynchburg 35; Guilford 40.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Lynchburg 23; Guilford 17.
PENALTIES – Lynchburg 4/3:00; Guilford 7/5:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Lynchburg 3-6; Guilford 0-4.
TURNOVERS – Lynchburg 22; Guilford 20.
FACEOFFS – Lynchburg 10-19; Guilford 9-19.
CLEARS – Lynchburg 23-30; Guilford 18-21.
GOALIES – LC: Chris Hawley 3-2 (50:00 minutes, 11 shots-9 saves, 2 GA), James Cook (01:00, 1-0, 1) , Andrew Fawkes (08:33, 5-4, 1) , Cj Santora (00:27, 0-0, 0); GC: Thomas Deane 3-1 (60:00, 23-10, 13).

Start time: 5:00 PM
Finish time: 6:45 PM
Length of game: 1:45
Officials: Craig Rogers; Peter Reichard; Mike Rocco.
Scorer: Dave Walters.

A-100
T-1:45
Old Dominion Athletic Conference game Lynchburg is ranked 10th in this week’s USILA Division III Poll


Comments are closed.