Greensboro vs. Saint Vincent
April 20, 2013
The Game Story:
April 20, 2013
Recap | Box Score
Strong First Peirod Propels Men's Lacrosse to Victory on Senior Day

Thomas Brooks - Courtesy Alta Sky
FINAL 1 2 3 4 T
St. Vincent (2-8) 1 0 2 2 5
Greensboro (6-10) 6 1 3 4 14
ST. VINCENT GREENSBORO
G: 5 Players (#1, #4, #14, #19, #28 - 1) G: Thomas Brooks - 3
A: Matt Mackey - 2 A: 4 Players (#6, #10, #21, #26 - 2)
Sv: Adam Gunter - 6 Sv: Mitchell Kanowicz - 13
GB: Joey Lunz - 6 GB: 3 Players (#3, #10, #38 - 5)
TEAM STATISTICS ST. VINCENT GREENSBORO
Shots 41 37
Ground Balls 43 48
Saves 9 15
Clears 23-29 23-34
Turnovers 29 28
Face Offs Won 11 8
Man Up 2-4 0-6
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The Greensboro men's lacrosse team defeated Saint Vincent (2-8 overall) 14-5 on Saturday afternoon. The Pride honored their eight seniors before the game, Thomas Brooks, Maxx Aiken, Ryan McNamara, Tyler Blevins, Justin Pearson, Simon Stiffler, Nick Lusardi, and Mitchell Kanowicz.

The Pride jumped out to the early 6-0 lead in the first period with goals by Scott Showalter, Jaeger Carlyle, James Furlow, Lusardi, McNamara and Aiken. The Bearcats got on the board with three seconds closing the first period at 6-1.

In the second period, neither team could get anything going until Alexander Vander Hoff broke through with an unassisted goal with three minutes to go taking a 7-1 lead into the half.

Greensboro came out of half with a man down goal by Brooks pushing the lead to 8-1. Saint Vincent responded with a goal to bring the game to 8-2. The Pride answered with goals by Brooks and Vander Hoff making it 10-2. The Bobcats again scored with less than a minute in a period to make it 10-3.

Saint Vincent got the first goal of the fourth period. Greensboro answered right back with three straight goals by Brodie Ceperich, Brooks, and Lusardi extending the lead to 13-4. The Bobcats got their last goal of the game with a 1:28 to go in the fourth. The Pride's Denis Radcliffe netted the final goal of the game with 1:08 to win the game 14-5.

The Pride won the game despite being outshot 41-37. Greensboro won the ground ball battle 48-43, while forcing 17 turnovers.

Kanowicz made 13 saves in goal. Tracey Armstrong had a game high three forced turnovers. Grant Jeffries, Ryan Kissner, and Aiken had five ground balls apiece.

Brooks led the way with three goals. Lusardi and Vander Hoff had two goals apiece. Gianni Gonzalez, Showalter, Kissner, Carlyle, had two assists each.

Greensboro concludes the 2013 regular season with a 6-10 overall record.