Guilford vs. Greensboro
April 19, 2006
|Todd Bochenek||(2, 0)|
|Matthew Conrad||(2, 0)|
|Manny Sargeant||(0, 1)|
|Will Carpenter||(0, 1)|
|Daniel Orr||(1, 0)|
|Andrew Vigne||9 (0.360)|
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|Matt Perry||(2, 2)|
|Andrew Carey||(4, 0)|
|Jason Momenthy||(2, 1)|
|Neal Mckinney||(3, 0)|
|Rob Morgan||(2, 0)|
|Shaun Frisby||(1, 1)|
|Ian Montgomery||(0, 2)|
|Ronnie Chase||(1, 1)|
|Cameron Collier||(0, 1)|
|Kevin Donnelly||(1, 0)|
|Mike Foderaro||6 (0.545)|
|Corey Reina||5 (1.000)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Greensboro, NC - Visiting Greensboro raced to a 12-0 lead in the|
third quarter en route to a 16-5 nonconference triumph at cross-town
rival Greensboro Wednesday afternoon. The Pride improved to 7-6
with its third win in a row, while Guilford falls to 4-8 with its
third straight loss.
Andrew Carey scored two of his four goals in the first quarter and
Neal McKinney netted pair in the opening 15 minutes to help
Greensboro grab a 7-0 lead. Matt Perry added a goal and two assists
in the opening-period barrage.
Extra-man goals by Ronnie Chase and McKinney highlighted
Greensboro's second quarter. The Pride scored on both man-up chances
in the frame and netted four extra-man goals in six chances in the
Guilford finally got on the board in the third quarter when Matthew
Conrad netted consecutive goals to make it a 12-2 game. Shaun
Frisby and Carey tallied with less than a minute in the third
quarter to take a 16-3 edge into the final period.
Todd Bochenek's two fourth-quarter goals provided the game's final
Carey's four goals paced the Pride and Perry finished with four
points on two goals and two assists. Eight different players scored
for Greensboro, including Jason Momenthy and Rob Morgan, who both
scored twice. Corey Raina made five saves in the cage and did not
allow a goal for Greensboro. Mike Federaro finished the game and
made six stops. Matt Schlegel led the Pride with five ground balls.
Guilford's Andrew Vigne played most of the first three quarters in
goal and had nine saves plus four ground balls.
The Quakers are back in action Friday (4/21) at Virginia Wesleyan.