Drew vs. Kean
March 10, 2005
|Gil Arbitsman||(7, 2)|
|Tom Stitt Jr||(3, 0)|
|Chris Rampone||(1, 1)|
|Robert Budziszewski||(0, 1)|
|Dan Moffo||(1, 0)|
|Cory Helly||(1, 0)|
|Jason Woodford||5 (0.455)|
|go to Drew page|
|Tom Rossi||(3, 1)|
|Dennis Lukacsko||(1, 0)|
|Steve Gill||(1, 0)|
|Mike Tanis||(1, 0)|
|Carl Parks||1 (0.071)|
|go to Kean page|
|The Game Story:|
|Madison, NJ - Gil Arbitsman (Westfield, NJ) lit it up Thursday night with|
seven goals in
Drew University's 13-6 season-opening win versus Kean University. The
ignited for five first-half goals, including three in the first quarter.
Tom Stitt Jr. closed out the
first half notching a goal with just :02 remaining to give the Rangers a
comfortable 7-2 lead
heading into intermission.
Kean's Tom Rossi (Oakland, NJ) netted two first-half goals before Arbitsman
again with :02 left to play in the third quarter for his seventh goal of
the game, one shy of tying
the school's single-game record. Rossi reeled off one more goal for Kean
to lead the Cougars'
offense on the night.
Kean falls to 0-3 after dropping their first two games last week while on
spring break in California. Madison's Carl Parks registered one save in
the cage for Kean. Jason Woodford (Timonium, MD) picked up five saves for
Drew as the Rangers notch their first win of the 2005 season after having
back-to-back scrimmages cancelled due to snowstorms.
The Blue and Green depart Saturday for a spring break trip in Sanford, FL
where they will play Kenyon on Sunday, followed by Vassar College on Wed.