Cw Post vs. Bentley
March 13, 2010
|Nick Coric||(3, 2)|
|Doug Hoch||(1, 1)|
|Eddie Plompen||(1, 1)|
|Joe Meo||(1, 0)|
|Brad Desouza||(1, 0)|
|Dan Orlando||9 (0.692)|
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|Addi Van Hatcher||(2, 0)|
|Kevin Gould||(0, 1)|
|Stephen Moulton||(1, 0)|
|Wyatt Couture||(1, 0)|
|Brendan Grant||(0, 1)|
|Andy Collette||16 (0.696)|
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|The Game Story:|
|BROOKVILLE, N.Y. (March 13, 2010) Ė Three goals scored by C.W. Post in the fourth quarter helped keep the game out of reach for ninth-ranked Bentley University as top-ranked C.W. Post and held on to win, 7-4, in an East Coast Conference menís lacrosse contest played on rained drenched Hickox Field.|
C.W. Post improves to 5-0 overall this season while Bentley slips to 1-1.
Junior attacker Nick Coric (Walnut Creek, Calif.) led the Pioneers with three goals and two assists while senior midfielder Mike Cama (Levittown, N.Y.) won all 15 face-offs in the game.
The Pioneers commanded a 3-0 lead in the first quarter when Coric registered a hat trick with sophomore attacker Eddie Plompen assisting on the second goal.
Bentley scored its first goal at 8:42 in the second quarter when senior attacker Addi Van Hatcher (Tigard, Ore.) scored a man-up goal on a pass from sophomore attacker Brendan Grant (Walpole, Mass.).
The Pioneers went up 4-1 when senior midfielder Joe Meo (West Sayville, N.Y.) scored an unassisted goal out front at 5:01.
The Falcons got back into the game and cut the deficit to 4-3 with 43 seconds left to play in the third quarter when senior midfielder Stephen Moulton (Danvers, Mass.) put one in the back of the net on a feed from senior attacker Kevin Gould (Duxbury, Mass.).
C.W. Post answered with 9:38 to play in the fourth when sophomore midfielder Brad DeSouza (Trumbull, Conn.) fired in a shot from Coric.
Still, the Falcons kept the pressure on in the game and made it a one-goal game when Van Hatcher scored his second goal unassisted with 8:16 left to play.
The Pioneers responded with back-to-back goals from Plompen and junior midfielder Doug Hoch (Trumbull, Conn.) to close out the game.
Junior goalkeeper Dan Orlando (South Hempstead, N.Y.) made nine stops in goal to improve his record to 3-0 in goal.
Van Hatcher led the Falcons with two goals. Senior goalkeeper Andy Collette (South Hadley, Mass.) made 16 saves in goal.