Colby vs. Wheaton
March 15, 2008
|Stew Brown||(2, 3)|
|Caddy Brooks||(4, 0)|
|Dana Mcnally||(2, 2)|
|Drew Piekarski||(2, 1)|
|Todd Boertzel||(0, 3)|
|Alex Boches||(1, 0)|
|Alex Farmer||7 (0.778)|
|Tom Gianakos||6 (1.000)|
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|Tim Horan||(1, 1)|
|Richie Rasamny||(1, 0)|
|Ben Cederberg||(0, 1)|
|Schuyler Horn||20 (0.690)|
|Alex Lewis||3 (0.600)|
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|The Game Story:|
| WATERVILLE, Maine --- Caddy Brooks (Darien, Conn.) scored his 50th career goal and Stew Brown (Wilton, Conn.) scored five points on the day as the Colby College men's lacrosse team stayed unbeaten with an 11-2 non-conference win over Wheaton College on Saturday at Bill Alfond Field.|
The Mules are 3-0 after sweeping three home games over the past eight days, while Wheaton falls to 0-2.
Brooks, a junior attacker, scored four times to give him 50 goals and 41 assists for 91 career points. He has 10 goals and five assists for 15 points in Colby's three games.
Brown finished with two goals and three assists to lead all scorers Saturday. Meanwhile, co-captains Dana McNally (Sudbury, Mass.) and Drew Piekarski (East Sandwich, Mass.) combined for four goals and three assists. McNally finished with two goals and two assists, while Piekarski had two goals and one assist.
Alex Boches (Beverly, Mass.) had his first collegiate goal for Colby and midfielder Todd Boertzel (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) had three assists.
The Mules led 3-1 after a quarter and 5-2 at halftime, but then dominated the third quarter. Colby scored four times to pull away and allowed just two Wheaton shots.
Alex Farmer (Madison, Conn.) made seven saves in 45 minutes and Tom Gianakos (Simsbury, Conn.) played the final quarter and stopped six shots for Colby.
Schuyler Horn (New Hartford, Conn.) kept Wheaton in the game with 20 saves in about 53 minutes of work in goal. He made eight saves in the second quarter to keep the Lyons close at halftime.
Tim Horan (Cheshire, Conn.) led Wheaton with one goal and one assist. Richie Rasamny (Redding, Conn.) also tallied for the Lyons.