Drew vs. Moravian
April 26, 2005
The Game Story:
MADISON, NJ -- Scott Jackson (Greenwood, DE) notched the game-winning goal
in overtime Tuesday night to lift visiting Moravian College over Drew
University 11-10 in Middle Atlantic Conference men's lacrosse action.
Sackson registered the game-winner with 2:34 to play in overtime after
Moravian mounted a come back from an 8-3 deficit early in the third
quarter.

After Moravian got the Greyhounds on the board at the start of the game on
a score from Daniel Larson (Dover, DE), Drew went on a 5-0 run on goals
from five different players. But Larson stopped Drew's scoring spree with
another goal at 2:48 assisted from Ken Blom. Drew kept Moravian scoreless
in the second quarter, however and got two goals from Chris Rampone
(Setauket, NY) and Gil Arbitsman (Westfield, NJ) to increase their lead to
7-2.

But at the onset of the third stanza, Moravian's Nick Cacciutti got a feed
from Clint Quedenfeld which sparked a 3-1 Moravian run to close the gap (8-
6). Drew's leading scorer Tom Stitt Jr. (Easton, PA) notched his third
goal of the game just a minute into the fourth quarter for a 9-6 Ranger
lead, but the Greyhounds attacked and knocked in three straight by the 8:40
mark. Valiant defense did not allow for a goal from either side for the
next eight minutes, and just when it looked like Drew would escape with the
win, Moravian's Quedenfeld managed to inbound the ball, drive past a Drew
defender and slip the ball into the cage as time expired to tie the game up
10-10. With 2:34 left on the clock in O.T., Jackson got the feed from
Larson, and found the back of the net to give Moravian the win, improving
their record to 6-10 overall and 3-6 in the MAC.

Drew's Jason Woodford (Timonium, MD) registered 13 saves in Drew's loss, as
the Rangers slip to below .500 with a 6-7 overall record and a 4-5 in
league play. Moravian goal tender Peter Coutros (Chalfont, PA) posted 15
stops for the Greyhounds. Drew returns to action on Saturday when they
travel to MAC foe Lycoming College for a 3:00 start.