Cabrini vs. Washington College
April 23, 2011
|Paul Skulski||(3, 2)|
|Jeff Crosby||(3, 0)|
|Dan Terenick||(2, 1)|
|Bobby Thorp||(0, 2)|
|Brian Hill||(2, 0)|
|Joe Hughes||(0, 1)|
|Matt Biegel||(0, 1)|
|Erick Zarzecki||5 (0.333)|
|Steve Oppenheimer||3 (0.500)|
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|Jim Cusick||(2, 2)|
|Bennett Cord||(2, 2)|
|Jd Campbell||(2, 1)|
|Shane Kaski||(1, 1)|
|Billy Stafford||(2, 0)|
|Matt Lewis||(2, 0)|
|Patrick Coyle||(0, 1)|
|Glen Tompkins||(1, 0)|
|Morgan Braendel||(1, 0)|
|Tom Rixey||(0, 1)|
|Peter Stewart||19 (0.655)|
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|The Game Story:|
|RADNOR, Pa. – The No. 17 Cabrini men's lacrosse team suffered a 13-10 loss in its non-conference regular season finale against Centennial Conference opponent Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Edith Robb Dixon Field. Senior midfielder Paul Skulski recorded his 200th career point for the Cavaliers in the loss.|
Skulski is just the fourth player in program history to reach the 200-point plateau, accomplishing the feat with an assist on a fourth quarter goal from junior attackman Brian Hill. Skulski tallied a team-best five points in the loss, pairing three goals with two assists.
Sophomore attackman Jeff Crosby notched three points with three goals. Senior midfielder Dan Terenick also totaled three points, netting two scores and dishing one assist.
Hill posted two points with two goals. Sophomore midfielder Joe Hughes and freshman attackman Matt Biegel each added one assist.
Senior face-off specialist Joe Strain scooped a club-best six groundballs. Strain won 10 of the Cavaliers' 13 draw victories in 18 attempts.
Skulski and sophomore defenseman Andrew Kvech each collected five groundballs.
Sophomore goalkeeper Erick Zarzecki was saddled with the loss between the pipes, playing more than 47 minutes and notching five saves. Freshman cageminder Steve Oppenheimer came on in relief and recorded three stops.
The Cavaliers and Shoremen played even through the first two quarters and sat deadlocked, 4-4, at the intermission. Washington College's J.D. Campbell scored the game's opening goal before the Blue & White answered with two straight from Crosby and Terenick.
The Shoremen responded with a 3-0 run and owned a 4-2 advantage at the 6:03 mark of the second quarter. Skulski and Hill pulled the Cavaliers even before halftime with two scores in the final 5:26.
Cabrini jumped out to a 5-4 lead early in the third quarter after Terenick found the back of the cage with his second goal of the contest, an unassisted tally, at the 14:49 mark.
However, Washington (5-8) seized control of the game with a 9-1 run over the next 18 minutes, securing a seven-goal cushion, 13-7, with 9:21 remaining. The seven-goal deficit is the Cavaliers' largest of the season.
Billy Stafford keyed the spurt with a man-up score at the 12:15 mark of the third. Crosby momentarily halted the run with his second goal of the game with 6:33 remaining before the fourth.
Stafford capped the decisive stretch with the Shoremen's final goal of the contest at the 9:21 mark of the fourth period.
The Blue & White trailed 13-6 before a 4-0 run down the stretch pulled them within the final margin, 13-10, with 52 seconds left. Skulski deposited the game's last goal on an assisted marker.
Skulski joins former Cavaliers Casey Grugan (334; 2007-10), Scott Reimer (256; 2006-09) and Tom Lemieux (233; 1999-02) in reaching 200 career points. He ranks fourth all-time at Cabrini with 201 points on 105 goals and 96 assists.
Bennett Cord and Jim Cusick led the Washington offense, each posting four points with two goals and two assists. Campbell added three points with two goals and one assist.
Peter Stewart totaled 19 stops in the victory. The Cavaliers out-shot the Shoremen, 52-39, for the game.
The loss drops the Blue & White to 1-4 all-time against Washington College.