Drexel vs. Sacred Heart
April 13, 2002
|Mark Williamson||(4, 2)|
|Jason Kilpatrick||(5, 0)|
|Sean Moloney||(3, 2)|
|Mike Hagan||(0, 1)|
|Pat Friel||(0, 1)|
|Joe Fiore||(0, 1)|
|Tom Naples||(1, 0)|
|Jaret Mizzi||(1, 0)|
|Jordie Olivella||6 (0.462)|
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|Mike Robel||(1, 5)|
|Tj Hutmacher||(3, 0)|
|Chris Swier||(1, 0)|
|Daniel Devoe||(1, 0)|
|Robert Bielawski||(1, 0)|
|Stephen Grabow||(0, 1)|
|Bryan Campo||14 (0.500)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Philadelphia, Pa. (April 13, 2002)- Drexel scored ten-straight goals,
including the first eight of the second half, and defeated Sacred Heart,
14-7, in a Colonial Athletic Association game at Drexel Field. The
Dragons trailed 4-3 with just under six minutes to play in the second
quarter, before taking control of the game with the second-half
outburst. Drexel (7-4, 2-1 CAA) held the Pioneers (3-6, 1-3)
scoreless in the second half until the game?s final four minutes. It was
the Dragons' third-straight win and their fifth in the last six games.
Junior Jason Kilpatrick (Ridley, Pa./Ridley) scored a career-high five goals to lead the Dragons. Sophomore Mark Williamson (Corning, N.Y./Corning East) added four goals and a pair of assists, while freshman Sean Moloney (Mahopac, N.Y./Mahopac) produced three goals and two assists.
Drexel tied the contest at four when Jarett Mizzi (Floral Park, N.Y./Floral Park) converted a feed from Moloney with just under five minutes to play in the second quarter. Kilpatrick gave the Dragons the lead for good at the 3:25 mark of the period. Kilpatrick and Moloney had six of the team?s eight second-half goals. Williamson and Tom Naples (Camillus, N.Y./Marcellus) had the other goals in the final 30 minutes for Drexel.
Mike Robel led Sacred Heart with six points, including five assists. T.J. Hutmacher added three goals, all coming in the first half Senior Jordie Olivella (Canandaigua, N.Y./Penn Yan) made six saves for Drexel. Bryan Campo made 12 stops in 55 minutes for Sacred Heart.
Drexel faces nationally-ranked Towson on the road next Saturday at 1 p.m.