Cw Post vs. American International
March 21, 2010
|Nick Foote||3 (0.600)|
|Mike Giordano||3 (0.750)|
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|Dan Macissac||(2, 0)|
|Nicholas Brett||(1, 0)|
|Alex Walter||(0, 1)|
|Max Castleman||9 (0.529)|
|Eric Whettell||5 (0.313)|
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|The Game Story:|
|CW PoST rolls American International 19-3|
BROOKVILLE, N.Y. (March 21, 2010) Ė Catapulted by an eight-goal scoring spree in the first quarter, No. 1 C.W. Post defeated American International College, 19-3, in non-conference menís lacrosse action played on Hickox Field Sunday afternoon.
The win improves C.W. Post to 7-0 overall, including 4-0 at home. American International slips to 1-4 overall.
Junior midfielder Doug Hoch (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) led the way for the Pioneers with three goals with an assist two goals apiece from senior midfielder Joe Meo (West Sayville, N.Y.) sophomore attacker Eddie Plompen (West Islip, N.Y.) and freshmen attackers Matt Riccio (Trumbull, Conn.) and Kyle Riegel (Bethpage, N.Y.). Riccio added three assists.
C.W. Post outscored the Yellow Jackets, 11-1, in the first half and continued the offensive spurt with three goals in the third quarter and five in the fourth.
American International scored its first goal of the game with 6:16 left to play in the first quarter when sophomore attacker Nicholas Brett (London, N.H.) scored unassisted.
The Yellow Jackets got two more goals in the game from junior midfielder Dan MacIssac (Port Perry, Ontario) scored in each of the final two quarters.
Senior midfielder Mike Cama (Levittown, N.Y.) was 20-for-25 on face-off attempts.
Junior goalkeeper Mike Giordano (Farmingdale, N.Y.) raised his season record to 3-0 in goal and made three stops in goal. Junior Nick Foote (Trumbull, Conn.) started in goal in the third quarter and closed out the game with three saves in 30 minutes of action.
Sophomore goalkeeper Eric Whettell (La Salla, Manitoba) started the game in goal and made five stops for the Yellow Jackets. Junior Max Castlemen (Wilbraham, Mass.) came in to play the final two quarters and made nine saves in goal.
C.W. Post outshot the Yellow Jackets, 49-15, and had a 42-21 advantage in ground balls. The Pioneers were 14-for-18 on clear attempts compared to AIC, who was 14-for-19.
C.W. Post returns to action on Wednesday, March 24 for a 4 p.m. start against Dominican College on Hickox Field.