Umass-dartmouth vs. Eastern Connecticut
March 29, 2003
|Marc Digiovanni+||(4, 5)|
|Tim Bolduc||(0, 3)|
|Andy Stockfisch+||(3, 0)|
|Donny Angle||(3, 0)|
|Brian Hebron||(3, 0)|
|Ryan Perkoski||(1, 1)|
|Kristopher Mcquarrie||(1, 1)|
|Andy Castoldi||(2, 0)|
|Kristopher Keppler||(1, 0)|
|Bill Morgan||(1, 0)|
|Joseph Nozdrovicky||(0, 1)|
|Mark Hayes||6 (0.857)|
|Scott Fox||3 (0.750)|
|Brian Zimowski||3 (0.750)|
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|The Game Story:|
| WILLIMANTIC, Conn. -- All-America senior attackman Marc DiGiovanni
(WILTON) tied his career-highs with five assists and nine points as the
Eastern Connecticut State University men's lacrosse team won its 31st
straight match at Thomas Nevers Field with a 19-3 Little East Conference win
over the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Saturday.
Ranked 19th nationally, Eastern (4-2) has won its last 31 straight matches on its home field and stretched its all-time record at Nevers Field to 48-2. The Warriors, who have won both conference regular-season and tournament titles, are 17-0 in three years of conference play.
DiGiovanni had four goals and four assists in the first half to help Eastern overcome a slow start with nine second-quarter goals on the way to a 10-1 halftime lead. He added a fifth assist in the second half.
Junior midfielder Andy Stockfisch (WILTON), sophomore attackman Brian Hebron (HICKSVILLE, NY) and first-year junior attackman Donny Angle (SOUTH WINDSOR) each scored three times for Eastern. The points were the first at Eastern for Angle, a transfer from Pace University. Junior midfielder Kristopher Keppler (NEWINGTON) scored his first point at Eastern with a fourth-quarter goal.
Eastern, ranked in a tie for third in New England, visits Trinity College Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. The Bantams are ranked tenth in New England.