Hampden-sydney vs. Mary Washington
February 21, 2009
|Kyle Jett||(2, 2)|
|Micah Keller||(2, 0)|
|Thomas Hovis||(1, 0)|
|Carter Mavromatis||(0, 1)|
|Cole Hawthorne||(0, 1)|
|Daniel Deck||(0, 1)|
|Kenny Mathison||(1, 0)|
|Andrew Mahoney||(1, 0)|
|Mark Bagby||19 (0.679)|
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|Charlie White||(3, 1)|
|Brent Fisk||(3, 0)|
|Dan Coats||(1, 2)|
|Harry Snyder||(1, 1)|
|Ryan Motyka||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Wettlaufer||(0, 1)|
|Ryan Kleman||8 (0.533)|
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|The Game Story:|
|HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA (February 21, 2009)—Though the Tigers hung tough with Mary Washington, the Eagles' seven fourth quarter goals proved to be too much for Hampden-Sydney, letting the Eagles escape Everett Stadium with a 9-7 win. Hampden-Sydney was kept in the game by junior goalie Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) who saved an impressive 19 of the 28 shots that came his way.|
Offensively, the Tigers were led by junior Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nanesmond Suffolk) who came away with two goals and two assists. Also scoring two goals was freshman Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch).
After playing a scoreless first quarter, Thomas Hovis (Richmond, VA/St. Christopher's) scored the first goal of the game off a Daniel Deck (Richmond, VA/Monocan). Mary Washington's Brent Fisk then scored back to back goals to give the Eagles a 2-1 halftime lead.
Hampden-Sydney responded well after the intermission as Jett, Keller, and senior Andrew Mahoney (Littleton, CO/Littleton) all scored goals in the third quarter while holding the Eagles scoreless.
Holding on to a 4-2 lead going into the fourth quarter, the two teams went back and forth, and the Eagles tied the game at 5-5. Senior Kenny Mathison (East Northport, NY/Northport) would respond giving the Tigers the 6-5 lead. Mary Washington then proved too much, as they scored four straight goals, giving them a 9-5 advantage.
Though the Tigers tried to come back, Keller was the only one able to find the net, as he tallied the final goal of the game.
Hampden-Sydney did see good results in the midfield from freshman Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) who had an all around solid game. Mavromatis also had an assist and three groundballs on the day.
Mary Washington out-shot Hampden-Sydney 40-124 on the afternoon while both teams scooped up 23 groundballs. Mary Washington also had the face-off advantage winning 13 or 19 face-offs.
Hampden-Sydney will return to action as they travel to Lynchburg, VA to take on the Wildcats of Randolph College. The game is scheduled for 7 pm.