Kenyon vs. Hamilton
March 26, 2005
|Sean Wheeler||(2, 2)|
|Brad Harvey||(1, 1)|
|Noah Flessel||(1, 0)|
|Geoff Legg||(0, 1)|
|Sean O'neill||(1, 0)|
|Luke Larson||(1, 0)|
|Dave Neiman||10 (0.526)|
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|Jack Newton||(1, 3)|
|Jim Henry||(3, 0)|
|Mike Daley||(2, 0)|
|Clark Winter||(2, 0)|
|Travis Modic||(1, 0)|
|Marc Albu||(0, 1)|
|Ethan Shoemaker||11 (0.647)|
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|The Game Story:|
|GAMBIER, Ohio - Hamilton College's Jim Henry '05 scored three goals|
to lead the undefeated Continentals to a 9-6 nonleague win at Kenyon
College on March 26.
Hamilton (6-0 overall) is off to its best start since the 1982 squad
won 13 straight games and finished 13-1. The Continentals put their
perfect record on the line at home against SUNY Oneonta on Wednesday,
March 30, at 5 p.m.
Henry is tied for second in school history with 160 points and is
fourth all-time in goals with 85. Mike Daley '07 and Clark Winter '07
added two goals apiece. Jack Newton '06 was credited with a goal and
three assists. Newton has five goals and four assists in the last two
games. Travis Modic '07 chipped in a goal and Ethan Shoemaker '07
made 11 saves. George Earle '05 and Marc Albu '08 combined to win
15-of-19 faceoffs. Albu also had six ground balls.
Sean Wheeler led Kenyon (2-3) with two goals and two assists. Brad
Harvey registered a goal and an assist. Dave Neiman made ten saves.
Hamilton led 4-3 at the break before scoring the first three goals of
the third period. Daley, Modic and Henry had the goals during the
run. Kenyon pulled to within 8-6 on a goal by Sean O'Neill with 8:49
left in the fourth quarter, but Henry scored unassisted to clinch the
victory with 1:28 remaining.