Limestone vs. Saint Andrews
April 25, 2003
The Game Story:
WINGATE, NC -- Top-seeded and NCAA II fourth-ranked Limestone took a 9-3 lead at the half and went on to defeat fourth-seeded St. Andrews 15-3 to advance to the finals of the 2003 Deep South Conference Men's Lacrosse Tournament on Friday afternoon. The tournament is being hosted by Wingate University at Belk Stadium and Martin Field. The Saints, the defending tournament and NCAA II champions, improve to 10-2, while St. Andrews ends its season at 4-9.

First team DSC attackman Jason Randolph (Arnold, MD) scored a pair of goals and added an assist in the opening five minutes as Limestone jumped to a 4-0 lead with 10:25 left in the opening quarter. St. Andrews would make a brief run, cutting the deficit to 5-3 on goals by Kris Hartzell (Lacombe, Alberta, CANADA) and Bryan Riddell (Oshawa, Ontario, CANADA) with 8:13 remaining in the half. Limestone would add four unanswered goals before the half to grab its 9-3 lead.

Limestone would hold the Knights scoreless during the second half, while the Saints added four tallies in the third quarter and two more in the final quarter. Freshman David Wooster (Annapolis, MD) led Limestone with three goals and three assists. Randolph had three goals and two helpers, while Devan Spilker (Glen Birnie, MD) had three goals. Limestone will face the winner of the second semifinal between second-seeded Wingate and third-seeded Catawba on Sunday at 2 p.m.