Cabrini vs. Centenary
March 31, 2010
|Steve Farrell||2 (0.500)|
|Erick Zarzecki||2 (0.667)|
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|Jason Rieg||(1, 1)|
|Chris White||(1, 1)|
|Conor Nolan||(1, 0)|
|Kyle Burgess||9 (0.391)|
|Kyle Mcvay||5 (0.294)|
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|The Game Story:|
|RADNOR, Pa. Ė The 16th-ranked Cabrini menís lacrosse team claimed its third consecutive victory Wednesday afternoon at Edith Robb Dixon Field, rolling past Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) opponent Centenary College, 26-3. The Cavaliersí offense boasted 14 players with at least one point in the victory.|
The win extends Cabriniís NCAA Division III-best conference win streak to 73 games. Including the postseason, the Cavaliers have won 90 consecutive contests versus CSAC foes.
Senior attackman Steve Kapp powered the Cabrini attack with a game-best six points on five goals and one assist. In just five games played this season, Kapp is third on the team with 15 points, pairing 12 scores with three helpers.
Senior attackman and 2010 Tewaaraton Award candidate Casey Grugan, junior attackman Paul Skulski and sophomore midfielder Brian Hill each recorded four points.
Grugan tallied three goals and added one assist. He has posted at least one point in 66 straight games, the longest active Division III streak in the nation, and scored at least one goal in an NCAA Division III-record 63 consecutive contests.
Skulski and Hill each netted two goals and handed out two assists.
Junior midfielder Jordan Coeyman and freshman attackman Bobby Thorp each posted three points, totaling two goals and contributing one assist.
Freshmen Charlie Haugh (2G), Ji-Il Jeon (1G) and Andrew Layne (1G) each scored their first career goals in the win. Cabrini out-shot Centenary, 62-15, for the game.
The Cavaliers owned a convincing advantage in the face-off circle, winning 25-of-32 draw attempts. Junior Mark Hamilton led the Blue & White at the X, converting 8-of-10 face-off tries. Junior Mike Gurenlian went a perfect 7-for-7 on face-offs.
Freshman goalkeeper Erick Zarzecki played the first half in between the pipes and tallied two saves. Sophomore Steve Farrell posted two stops in just over 25 minutes played.
The Blue & White jumped out to a 13-0 advantage and led 13-1 at halftime. Kapp deposited four of his five goals in the first half.
The Cavaliers opened the third period with six unanswered scores and held a 20-2 cushion heading into the final period. Coeyman closed out the contest with two goals, including an empty-netter, in the final 3:30.
Senior attackman Jason Rieg and freshman midfielder Chris White each tallied two points with one goal and one assist for the Cyclones in the loss. Freshman goalkeeper Kyle Burgess came on in relief to record nine saves in goal.
The Cavaliers are now 5-1 at home this season and 32-5 at Edith Robb Dixon Field since the start of the 2007 campaign.
Cabrini (6-3, 2-0) breaks from its CSAC schedule for a non-conference game at Widener University on Saturday, April 3. Game time against the Pride is set for 3:30 p.m