Lynchburg vs. Hampden-sydney
April 16, 2005
|Ryan Cranston||(2, 1)|
|Johnny Black||(2, 0)|
|Aj Tinklepaugh||(2, 0)|
|Ryan Quick||(1, 1)|
|Billy Mcculloch||(1, 1)|
|Adam Gift||(1, 1)|
|Andrew White||(0, 1)|
|Scott Mcalee||(0, 1)|
|Brian Mcculloch||(1, 0)|
|Garrett Curran||10 (0.556)|
|David Schnur||1 (1.000)|
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|Vince Smith||(2, 1)|
|Michael Via||(2, 0)|
|Thomas Jennings||(1, 1)|
|John Pritzlaff||(0, 1)|
|Middleton Smith||(1, 0)|
|Sean Mcchesney||(1, 0)|
|Kevin Burke||(1, 0)|
|William Shell||(0, 1)|
|Greg Frankoski||7 (0.438)|
|Scott Russell||4 (0.800)|
|go to Hampden-sydney page|
|The Game Story:|
| LYNCHBURG, VA - Three players scored two goals each for|
Lynchburg College as the 11th-ranked Hornet men's lacrosse team
defeated #16 Hampden-Sydney College 10-8 Saturday in an Old Dominion
Athletic Conference (ODAC) game.
Lynchburg had a 7-5 halftime edge and went up 9-5 on
scores from Billy McCulloch (Annandale, VA/W.T. Woodson) and Ryan
Cranston (West Chester, PA/Henderson) early in the third period. The
Tigers fought back with three-straight tallies, drawing within one at
the 13:43 mark of the fourth quarter on a man-down score from Thomas
Jennings. LC's Johnny Black (Timonium, MD/St. Paul's) posted an
insurance goal with 9:46 left and LC's defense held the Tigers
scoreless the rest of the way.
Cranston had two goals and an assist, while Black and
A.J. Tinklepaugh (Annandale, VA/W.T. Woodson) each had two scores.
Adam Gift (Centreville, VA/Westfield), Ryan Quick (Charlottesville,
VA/Albemarle) and McCulloch each posted a goal and an assist.
Freshman Garrett Curran (Hull, MA/Tabor Academy) made 10 saves in net
to record his ninth win of the season and sophomore David Schnur
(Keswick, VA/St. Anne's Belfield) turned away a man-up Tiger attempt
in the closing seconds to seal the win.
Vince Smith had two goals and an assist for H-SC (7-4/3-2
ODAC). Michael Via had two goals while Jennings had a goal and an
assist. Lynchburg outshot Hampden-Sydney 33-29 while the Tigers
controlled 14 of the games 21 face-offs.
Lynchburg (9-4/3-2) travels to Randolph-Macon College
next Saturday for an ODAC contest at 2 p.m.