Gettysburg vs. Marymount
March 14, 2007
|John Gilfillan||3 (0.750)|
|Pat Vaughan||3 (0.750)|
|Paul Collura||1 (1.000)|
|Zachary Furshman||1 (1.000)|
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|Dj Tayman||(1, 0)|
|Brandon Nemes||(1, 0)|
|Pj Keshavarz||(0, 1)|
|Alex Hammer||11 (0.393)|
|Joe Gagliardi||5 (0.556)|
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|The Game Story:|
|GETTYSBURG, Pa. - No. 2 Gettysburg scored the first 11 goals of the|
game and cruised to a 21-2 victory against Marymount in non-conference
action at Shirk Field at Musselman Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. The
Bullets got points from 15 different players, including freshman
attackman Joe Brody (Bethesda, Md./Walter Johnson), who scored the
first four goals of his career.
Bullets' (3-0) senior midfielder Kevin Freehill (Baldwin,
N.Y./Baldwin) matched his career high with five points on two goals
and a game-high three assists. The assists also matched his personal
best. Junior attackman Trip Dyer (Ocean View, Del./Worcester Prep
[Md.]) added his first career hat trick and an assist for four points.
The Saints (1-5) got one goal each from senior midfielders
DJ Tayman and Brandon Nemes. Nemes scored with 12 seconds to go before
halftime, and Tayman's goal came with 26 seconds left in the game.
Gettysburg players set or tied 18 career-highs for goals,
assists and points in the game. Included in that number were the first
career goals for Brody and freshman attacker Addison Van Hatcher
(Tigard, Ore./Oregon Episcopal) and freshman midfielder Patrick Koehl
(Shamong, N.J./St. Joseph's Prep [Pa.]).
Senior goalie Pat Vaughan (Cockeysville, Md./Loyola
Blakefield), the current Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the
Week, made three saves and allowed just one goal in nearly 38 minutes
of action. He lowered his season goals against average to 3.42 before
giving way to the first of his three backups.
The Bullets statistically dominated the game in all
categories. They outshot Marymount 58-20, picked up 62 ground balls to
the visitors' 27 and won 22-of-26 faceoffs. Senior midfielder Jimmy
Gates (Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge) was personally responsible for 17
faceoff wins on 18 attempts, tying him with Campbell Henry against
Haverford in 2004 for the most by a Gettysburg player since John
Czerapowicz was 21-for-27 against Messiah in 2002. Gates also picked
up a career-high 14 ground balls. Freshman midfielder Jason Bartee
(Mt. Airy, Md./South Carroll) added six, and senior midfielder Ted
Leonard (Wallingford, Pa./Strath Haven) had five.
Gettysburg got the first goal of the game 4:06 in on an
unassisted strike by freshman midfielder Kyle McGrath (Randolph,
N.J./Randolph). He had career highs with two goals and three points.
Just 32 seconds later, sophomore attackman Drew Duckworth (Rye,
N.Y./Hotchkiss School [Conn.]) was behind the net and zipped a pass to
Dyer, who was wide open on the doorstep. Dyer tucked the ball low
inside the right post. He would also set up junior midfielder Ben
Sufrin (Mahopac, N.Y./Mahopac) for the game winner at the 9:37 mark.
Sufrin collected the ball about 15 yards out to the goalie's left and
charged uncontested for the point-blank score. Sufrin also matched
personal bests with two goals and three points.
The Bullets were 2-for-3 in man-up situations. The penalty
kill also scored twice in eight attempts.
Gettysburg will return to action on Saturday when the
Bullets travel to take on Haverford in the Centennial Conference
opener for both teams. Game time is set for 1 p.m.