Bowdoin vs. Middlebury
April 15, 2006
|Connor Fitzgerald||(2, 2)|
|Tom Mckinley||(2, 2)|
|Matt Chadwick||(2, 1)|
|Ford Barker||(1, 1)|
|Kevin Mullins||(1, 1)|
|Andy Nelson||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Hurd||(1, 0)|
|Chris Eaton||(1, 0)|
|Charles Legg||7 (0.368)|
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|Jp Coviello||(4, 1)|
|Jim Cabrera||(4, 0)|
|Nick Bastis||(1, 2)|
|Henry Sheehan||(1, 2)|
|Aaron Herter||(0, 2)|
|Jeff Pello||(2, 0)|
|Frank Granara||(0, 1)|
|Jonathan Sisto||(0, 1)|
|Alex Palmisano||8 (0.421)|
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|The Game Story:|
|BRUNSWICK, Maine - Middlebury's leading scorer Jim Cabrera scored the|
game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Panthers' men's lacrosse team to
a dramatic 12-11 win over Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon. Middlebury (6-3,
4-2 NESCAC) squandered an eight-goal halftime lead to the Polar Bears (6-4,
3-2) and went 30:45 without scoring before Cabrera's tally.
Middlebury dominated both sides of the field in the opening half, as J.P.
Coviello supplied four goals and the Panther defense allowed just three
goals to hold an 11-3 edge at intermission. But Bowdoin stormed back into
the game on the shoulders of Tom McKinley and Matt Chadwick, who combined
for four goals in a six-goal third quarter for Bowdoin that closed the gap
The Polar Bears deadlocked the game just minutes into the final quarter, as
tallies from Ford Barker and Ryan Hurd tied the contest with 10:51 to go.
Bowdoin had a great chance to score the go-ahead goal with 1:15 to play,
but a side-winder from Matt Chadwick rang off the crossbar and the game
entered the extra session.
Bowdoin won the face-off and entered into the offensive zone, but the ball
was knocked loose by Middlebury's Gabe Wood and recovered by the Panthers.
Frank Granara streaked down the right sideline, cut towards the net and
found Cabrera on the far post. Cabrera one-timed the feed inside the post
for the game-winner at 3:42.
Charlie Legg made seven saves for Bowdoin, while Alex Palmisano stopped
eight shots for Middlebury. Coviello and Cabrera had four goals apiece for
the Panthers, while Bowdoin was led by three goals and two assists from Tom
McKinley and two-goal efforts from Andy Nelson and Matt Chadwick.