Stony Brook vs. Siena
March 11, 2006
The Game Story:
Stony Brook, N.Y. - Bo Tripodi scored five goals as Stony Brook used a six-goal second quarter to cruise to a 19-7 win over Siena Saturday afternoon. The win snapped a three-game skid for Stony Brook as it improved to 1-3 while Siena fell to 0-3. Senior Jason Cappadoro punctuated the win early in the fourth quarter when his second assist of the game made him the program's all-time leading point getter with 157 career points.

With the score tied at 4 early in the second quarter, the Seawolves exploded for six unanswered goals to close the half. Tripodi's second goal of the game ignited the six-goal outburst which saw Tripodi score three times during that stretch. Cory Conway, Ryan Maehr and Ryan Hughes also tallied in the decisive second quarter to give the hosts a 10-4 lead at halftime.

Stony Brook continued the surge in the third quarter, scoring four of the first five goals of the stanza to take a commanding 14-5 lead. Tripodi capped the run with his fifth goal of the game on an assist from Sean Chamberlain.

Cappadoro made history early in the fourth quarter when he assisted on Chamberlain's second goal of the game. It was his third point of the afternoon and the 157th of his Stony Brook career which made him the all-time leading scorer in the history of the men's lacrosse program, surpassing the mark of 156 set by John Warrack.


Ten different Seawolves scored in the contest led by Tripodi, who equalled his career high in goals (5) and points (6) in a single game. Chamberlain notched the hat trick while Chris Tracey, Owen Adams and Hughes all finished with two goals apiece. Brendan Callahan made six saves to earn his first win of the season.

Matt Girsch, Chris Zarins and Matt Donovan all scored two goals for Siena. John Bamford made nine saves in the loss.

Stony Brook is back in action next Saturday when it travels to take on Penn State. Face-off is 1 p.m.