Stony Brook vs. Denver
April 3, 2006
The Game Story:
The Stony Brook University men's lacrosse team outlasted No. 19 Denver, 9-6, in a rain-soaked LaValle Stadium on Monday afternoon. In a contest where both teams had over 30 turnovers, the Seawolves used a 9-0 scoring run spanning 37:50 to capture their second game in three days.

With the win, Stony Brook improves to 4-4 on the year while Denver falls to 5-4.

Denver jumped on the board first as Geoff Snider netted an unassisted goal just 22 seconds into the game as he won the faceoff and raced down the field to put the Pioneers up 1-0.

Stony Brook responded scoring nine straight goals to take a commanding 9-1 lead. Three different Seawolves netted goals in the first period, as Adam Marksberry, Bo Tripodi, and Ryan Hughes all found the back of the cage.

SB continued their surge in the second period, tallying three more times to take a commanding 6-1 lead going into the locker room. Rhys Duch, Hughes, Sean Chamberlain all tallied goals in the stanza.

Stony Brook continued to pour it on in the second half with goals from Tracey, Tripodi, and Chamberlain in the first eight minutes to build a 9-1 advantage. The Pioneers netted five unanswered goals over the final 19:31 to close out the game.

Brendan Callahan made 12 saves in the game and was terrific as he faced 55 Denver shots. Tripodi finished the game with two goals and an assist while Jason Cappadoro dished out three helpers in the contest.

Snider tallied three goals to pace Denver. Jeb Hollingsworth started and made three saves to take the loss in goal.

The Seawolves return to action when they travel to take on America East Conference foe Albany on Saturday evening. Face-off is slated for 7:00 p.m.