Lycoming vs. Washington College
March 10, 2003
|Dan Wilcox||(1, 1)|
|Willialm Posner||(0, 1)|
|Christian Willaum||20 (0.588)|
|Eric Shepski||2 (0.667)|
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|Steve Berger||(4, 3)|
|Topher Brewer||(3, 0)|
|Michael Dyal||(1, 1)|
|Chris Edwards||(2, 0)|
|Sam Lane||(1, 1)|
|Randy Vane||(0, 1)|
|Jon Spivey||(0, 1)|
|Rusty Poisson||(0, 1)|
|Tom Parr||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Morrison||(1, 0)|
|Michael Mcwilliams||(1, 0)|
|Jon Hughes||(1, 0)|
|Richard Yost||5 (0.833)|
|Kevin Thibadeau||1 (1.000)|
|Jesse Markowitz||0 (0.000)|
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|The Game Story:|
|ROCHESTER, NY -- The tenth-ranked Washington College men's lacrosse team
picked up its first win of the season in emphatic fashion this afternoon,
pounding Lycoming, 15-2, at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. The Shoremen
improved to 1-2 with the win, while Warriors fell to 0-1.
The scored was tied 1-1 after the first quarter, but the Shoremen outscored the Warriors, 10-0, over the middle two periods to run away with the game. WC outshot Lycoming, 51-10, held a 49-25 advantage in ground balls and won 14-of-21 faceoffs.
Junior midfielder Steve Berger (Jessup, MD/Mt. St. Joseph) scored four goals and added three assists to lead the onslaught for WC. Sophomore midfielder Topher Brewer (Wilton, CT/Vermont Academy, VT) added three goals, while senior attackman Chris Edwards (Baltimore, MD/Boys' Latin) tallied two. Junior midfielder Michael Dyal (West Palm Beach, FL/Hotchkiss School, CT) and freshman attackman Sam Lane (Fairfield, CT/Fairfield) each had one goal and one assist. Freshman midfielder Jon Hughes (Wayne, PA/Episcopal) scored his first collegiate goal in the win, while freshman attackman Rusty Poisson (Annapolis, MD/Broadneck) picked up his first collegiate assist. In all, 11 different Shoremen recorded at least one goal or one assist.
Dan Wilcox had one goal and one assist for Lycoming. William Posner scored the Warriors' other goal.
All three Shoremen goalies saw time in the game, with junior Richard Yost (Westminster, MD/St. Paul's) making five saves and allowing just one goal in 45 minutes of action. Christian Willaum played the first 53 minutes in goal for Lycoming, making 20 saves and allowing 14 goals.
The Shoremen return to action Saturday when they host Dickinson College at 1:30 p.m. in the Centennial Conference opener for both teams.