College Men’s Lacrosse Final – #18 Roanoke 16, Guilford 9

Posted by Press Release on March 22, 2017 at 6:31 am under College | Comments are off for this article

GREENSBORO, N.C. – IV Stucker and Kevin Jackson scored three goals apiece in Roanoke College’s 16-9 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) lacrosse win at Guilford College Tuesday night.

The Maroons (6-1, 2-0 ODAC) are ranked 18th in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association/Nike NCAA Division III Poll.

Jackson collected all three of his scores in the Maroons’ 6-1 run to start the game. He scored the game’s first tally 30 seconds into the match and netted his third score with 6:26 left in the first quarter, which made it a 5-1 Roanoke lead. Peter Lindley scored just over two minutes later to cap the run.

The Maroons built their 7-2 first-quarter lead with four straight goals, including tallies by Dylan Fitzgerald and Cameron Linsley just 13 seconds apart. Jason Sarro scored from Linsley 9:35 before halftime to make it an 11-2 game, but the Quakers reeled off the final three scores of the quarter and trailed, 11-5, at halftime.

The tightly played second half saw Roanoke outscore the Quakers by a slim 5-4 margin. Guilford’s Aswan (Mableton, Ga./Milton (Shorter)) Bland scored twice and goalie Parker Styles (Marietta, Ga./Lassiter) made 13 of his career-high 26 saves in the half. Styles’ 26 stops match the third-highest single-game total in school history and the most saves in a game by a Quaker since 2007.

Stucker and Pickett Riehl both scored twice in the second half for Roanoke, which outshot Guilford, 72-44, in the game. Nine different Maroons scored goals, including Sarro, Riehl and Brendan Devane, who each tallied twice. Roanoke’s Kevin Jackson served up four assists. Goalie Ian Davies stood tall in goal with 15 saves. Linsley won 14-of-16 draws and had eight ground balls to help Roanoke enjoy a 21-7 edge in face-off wins.

Guilford’s Bland matched his career high with four goals, which led all students. Nick Damiano netted three scores and Connor Sweeney added a goal and an assist. Styles added a career-high eight ground balls and caused two turnovers in his historic night.

Coach Tom Carmean’s Quakers visit league-rival Shenandoah University Saturday (3/25) at 1:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
#18 Roanoke vs Guilford (Mar 21, 2017 at Greensboro, NC)
Roanoke (6-1, 2-0 ODAC) vs. Guilford (4-4, 0-2 ODAC)
Date: Mar 21, 2017
Location: Greensboro, NC
Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:100
Start time:7:00 PM
End time:9:00 PM
Total time:2:00

 
SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  3  4  Tot
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Roanoke.............  7  4  2  3 - 16
Guilford............  2  3  3  1 -  9

Roanoke SCORING: GOALS: IV Stucker 3; Steven Jackson 3; Jason Sarro 2; Brendan Devane 2; Pickett Riehl 2; Cameron Linsley 1; Peter Lindley 1; Matthew Lintner 1; Dylan Fitzgerald 1.
ASSISTS: Kevin Jackson 4; Conn Curry 1; Peter Lindley 1; Cameron Linsley 1; IV Stucker 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Aswan Bland 4; Nick Damiano 3; Connor Sweeney 1; Bryce Craig 1.
ASSISTS: Charlie Kiley 1; Connor Sweeney 1.

Roanoke GROUND BALLS: Cameron Linsley 8; Robby Moore 4; Reid Kaminski 3; Matthew Lintner 3; Jason Sarro 3; Josh Vetter 3; Brendan Devane 2; Joseph King 2; Pickett Riehl 2; Joey Russell 2; IV Stucker 2; Conn Curry 1; Dylan Fitzgerald 1; Kevin Jackson 1; Steven Jackson 1; Daniel Kravit 1; Peter Lindley 1; Zach Louie 1; Tim Powell 1; Robert Schaufler 1; Danny Serafin 1.
Guilford GROUND BALLS: Parker Styles 8; Aswan Bland 3; Matt Bowen 3; Alex Ramey 3; Will Forrestal 2; Erik Fries 2; Tony Batchler 1; Zach Berkowitz 1; David Felipe 1; Anthony Florian 1; Jake Hymowitz 1; Aaron Parrish 1; Connor Sweeney 1.

Roanoke TURNOVERS CAUSED: Josh Vetter 3; Jason Sarro 2; Reid Kaminski 1; Cameron Linsley 1; Zach Louie 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Parker Styles 2; Will Forrestal 1; Erik Fries 1.

SHOTS – Roanoke 72; Guilford 44.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Roanoke 42; Guilford 24.
PENALTIES – Roanoke 7/5:30; Guilford 3/2:30.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Roanoke 1-3; Guilford 3-5.
TURNOVERS – Roanoke 14; Guilford 18.
FACEOFFS – Roanoke 21-28; Guilford 7-28.
CLEARS – Roanoke 14-17; Guilford 25-34.
GOALIES – RC: Ian Davies 6-1 (60:00 minutes, 24 shots-15 saves, 9 GA); GC: Parker Styles 4-4 (60:00, 42-26, 16).

Start time: 7:00 PM
Finish time: 9:00 PM
Length of game: 2:00
Officials: Shannon Godfrey; Kyle Wolff; Ken Esposito.
Scorer: Guilford Sports Info.
A-100
T-2:00

Old Dominion Athletic Conference game Roanoke is ranked 18th in this week’s USILA/Nike NCAA Division III Poll.


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