Cabrini vs. Washington College
March 31, 2004
The Game Story:
Radnor, PA - Andrew Ostrusky scored three goals, and Stephen Berger added two goals and two assists, as third-ranked Washington College scored the game's final five goals to defeat #9 Cabrini College in a men's lacrosse game in Radnor. Richard Yost stood tall in between the pipes for Washington, stopping 17 shots on the day.

After Cabrini scored three unanswered goals to even the game at 5-5 early in the fourth quarter, Berger and Ostrusky had a hand in all five Shoremen goals down the stretch to secure the win. Berger netted the go-ahead goal with 9:57 to go in the game. Ostrusky followed with an unassisted tally of his own two minutes later to double Washington's advantage.

With 6:29 to play, Berger found Jon Spivey for his second goal of the game, extending Washington's lead to three. Ostrusky followed with his third goal of the game with 4:47 remaining to seal the win, then assisted on Tim Kerr's goal with 1:34 to play to set the final score.

Cabrini goaltender Antonio Masone made nine saves in the losing effort.

Yost held the Cavaliers at bay throughout most of the first half, making eight saves in the half, including five in the first quarter. Berger gave Washington the lead 1:03 into the contest with a diving goal in front of the crease. The Cavaliers scored their only goal of the half with 12:44 remaining in the second quarter, as Matt Campbell scored off an assist from Mark Phillips.

Washington scored twice before the half to take a 3-1 lead into the break, and Ostrusky's first goal of the game gave the Shoremen a 4-1 lead just 2:40 into the second half.

After Cabrini's Kevin Rayer and Washington's Sam Lane traded goals, the Cavaliers reeled off three straight to tie the contest. Matt Grosse scored an unassisted goal with 3:22 to play in the third quarter, and Dave Barba made it a 5-4 game with 1:52 to play in the third.

Cabrini's Paul Archambault tied the game at 5-5, scoring a man-up goal with 11:15 to play in the game, but the Shoremen had too much down the stretch.