Limestone vs. Wheeling Jesuit
April 8, 2006
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Limestone7-5
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The Game Story:
GAFFNEY, S.C. - The Limestone College men's lacrosse team upset No.
10 Wheeling Jesuit, 13-5, on Saturday afternoon. The win marks the
first victory over a ranked opponent for the Saints this season
while ending the Cardinals' six-game win streak.



Limestone jumped out to an early 5-1 lead in the first quarter,
allowing only one Cardinal goal and ended the quarter with a 6-1
advantage. The Saints outscored the visitors, 5-1, in the second
quarter to enter the second half up 11-2.



Wheeling Jesuit's defense held the Saints' attack to only two goals
in the second half, as the Cardinals rallied to score three more
goals in the final quarter. The Saints had 37 shots compared to the
visitors' 30 for the match.



Drew Comeau (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada) led Limestone with six
goals. Mike MacLeod (Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada) and Brock Spilker
(Pasadena, Md.) each scored twice, while Pat Beall (Mt. Airy, Md.),
Ryan Verrilli (Manassas, Va.), and Alex Callihan (Centreville, Va.)
had a goal a piece. Goalkeeper Marty Ward (Syracuse, N.Y.) had a
solid performance with nine saves for the game. Verrilli, Brad
Patridge (Dublin, Ohio), and Spilker recorded an assists, while
Harley Beekman (Amsterdam, N.Y.) had two.