Endicott vs. Bowdoin
March 27, 2006
The Game Story:
BEVERLY, Mass. - Endicott's Burt Fahy scored the game-winning goal with
12.9 seconds remaining in regulation as the Gulls' men's lacrosse team
scored their first-ever win over a New England Small College Athletic
Conference team, beating Bowdoin, 6-5, Monday night at Endicott Stadium.

The Polar Bears, who are ranked 13th in the nation, did not go quietly.
Bowdoin (4-2, 1-0 NESCAC) stormed back from a 5-1 fourth quarter deficit to
score four unanswered goals. The last tally, by junior Kevin Mullins,
knotted the game at 5-5 with only 2:28 remaining in the contest.

With under 30 seconds to play, Endicott's Kevin Lally set up at the top of
the box, found Fahy camped on the left post and delivered a perfect feed to
the righty, who fired a quick one-timer past Bowdoin goaltender Charles
Legg for the game-winning goal.

Endicott goaltender Ryan Walsh was able to get a piece of senior longstick
midfielder Bryan Duggan's laser from 10 feet out on the left side with two
ticks remaining on the clock to seal the win. Lally finished with a goal
and three assists for Endicott while Fahy and Josh Gilbert each notched two
goals. Walsh made a dozen saves for the Gulls.

Legg finished with eight saves while Ford Barker, Tom McKinley, Ryan Hurd,
Mullins and Rob Halliday each scored once for the Polar Bears. Bowdoin will
return to action this Saturday at Connecticut College.