Wagner vs. Mount Saint Mary's
April 3, 2004
The Game Story:
Staten Island, NY - The Wagner College men's lacrosse team fell to the visiting Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers, 11-1 in a Metro Athletic Atlantic Conference (MAAC) game this afternoon at the Wagner College Lower Athletic Field. Wagner falls to 1-6 overall 1-2 in the MAAC, while Mount improves to 2-5 overall 2-3 in the MAAC.

Mount scored four unanswered goals expending to the second quarter with 12:45 remain. Scoring for the Mountaineers was Jason Werner adding two, Jay Duffy and Joe Bello each notching one apiece. The Seahawks would answer with a goal by sophomore Kevin Zulauf with 7:38 remaining in the first half to cut the Mountaineers led to 4-1.

The Mountaineer where than able to piece together another scoring surge of five goals starting from 7:10 in the second quarter and lasting until 12:13 left in the third. All five goals came from different players, Eric Seifert, Matt Cougle, Pat Beall, Billy Jautze and Jason Werner.

Throughout the remaining 20:00 of the game Wagner would out score Mount 4-3 with the Wagner goals coming from Zulauf, freshmen Taylor Poschmann, Mike Sciamanna, and Ryan Burke. While the Mount goals came from Werner with two and Tilghman Herring adding one.

The Mountaineers would receive multiple goals from Jason Werner with five, while Jay Duffy, Tilghman Herring, Eric Seifert, Billy Jutze, Joe Bello, Matt Caugle and Pat Beall adding one apiece. Matt Warner led the Mountaineers with assist tallying three on the day while Jay Duffy, Tilghman and Charles Hogg each registered one.

The Seahawks would receive two goals from Kevin Zulauf, while Mike Sciamanna, Ryan Burke and Taylor Poschmann added one apiece. Tom Marchetti and Kevin Zulauf would each add an assist on the day.

Wagner sophomore goalkeeper Chris Sochacki made 13 saves on the afternoon, while the Bearcats keepers, sophomore Dan Whitehurst and freshman Chris Channing would tally six saves combined during the game.

Wagner will be in action again on Tuesday, April 6 when the travel to Lehigh for a 7:00 pm non-conference game.