Kenyon vs. Washington And Jefferson
April 13, 2003
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The Game Story:
GAMBIER, Ohio -- Kenyon ran out to an 11-0 lead after one quarter and limited Washington & Jefferson to just 10 shots in a 22-3 victory over the Presidents on Sunday afternoon in Gambier, Ohio.

The Lords (6-3) tallied five goals in the first 5:10 of the game, including a pair of goals from Ross Zachary. Zachary then assisted on three other first-period goals as Kenyon took control of the game with the 11-goal lead.

KC added six goals in the second quarter to assume a 17-2 halftime advantage. Justin Hamilton finished the half with two goals and one assist, while C.P. Waite added a pair of scores.

The Presidents (3-6) were led by sophomore midfielders Travis Longacre (Latrobe, Pa./Latrobe) and Mike Prushnok (Punxsutawney, Pa./Punxsutawney) and freshman attacker Doug Lash (West Mifflin, Pa./Central Catholic), who all scored one goal. Freshman attacker Matt Kozera (Towson, Md./Boys Latin School) also posted three assists.

Sophomore goalkeeper Doug DiGiovanni (Washington, Pa./Trinity) totaled 15 saves in the defeat.

Kenyon held a 46-10 shot advantage and collected 55 ground balls. The Lords converted on 3-of-8 extra-man opportunities and won 25-of-28 faceoffs.

The Presidents conclude their 2003 home schedule by hosting Wooster on Wednesday at Cameron Stadium at 4:30 pm.