King's College vs. Manhattanville
April 9, 2008
The Game Story:
WILKES-BARRE -- Visiting Manhattanville College had five different players scored two goals each as the Valiants posted a 10-6 Middle Atlantic Conference victory over King's College Wednesday at Betzler Fields.

With the win, Manhattanville improved to 7-3 overall and 1-2 in the MAC while King's fell to 3-5 and 0-3 in league play.

King's would grab a 2-1 lead in the first quarter on goals by Curtis Reinard and Rusty Booth, but the Valiants outscored the Monarchs 3-1 the rest of the half as Vinny Menzenski's goal with 4:49 on the clock would give Manhattanville a 4-2 lead at the break. Luke Dorfman would scored his second goal just 0:52 into the second stanza to push the Valiant lead to 5-2, but Booth scored his second goal for King's just 0:16 later to cut the lead to 5-3.

Manhattanville, however, would respond by scoring four of the next five goals to build a 9-4 lead heading into the fourth quarter. The Monarchs used back-to-back goals by Brenda Novotny to close to within 9-6 with 10:28 left, but Menzenski scored the final goal of the game with 9:06 on the clock as neither team would find the back of the net for the remainder of the contest

Dorfman paced the Valiants with two goals and two assists while Menzenski added two goals and an assist. Max Garofalo, Joey Hasbrouck, and Andrew McMillan also netted two goals each for Manhattanville. Andrew Predun made six saves in goal for the Valiants.

Booth topped King's with three goals, followed by two from Novotny and one goal and one assist from Reinard. Chris Landry, Kris Skewes, and Rich Brower all contributed with one assist each for the Monarchs. Tim Cassi registered 15 saves for King's in the game.

Manhattanville held a 34-28 advantage in shots and led 39-37 in ground balls.