Nazareth vs. Stevens Tech
May 14, 2005
The Game Story:
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (May 14, 2005) ~V Host Nazareth overcame an early 3-0
Saturday to rally past Stevens Institute of Technology, 13-10, in a
second-round NCAA Division III Tournament game at Golden Flyer Stadium.

The victory boosts Nazareth's record to 13-2 overall and puts the Golden
Flyers into Wednesday's quarterfinal round against the winner of Sunday's
game between Cortland and Skidmore. Site and time will be determined Monday.
Stevens finishes its season at 13-4.

Stevens got early goals from Patrick Bailey, John Dolny and Stephen Pascone
in a 45-second stretch to take a 3-0 lead. Nazareth rallied to knot the
score at 3-3 before the first quarter ended. Ryan Hotaling, Chad Amidon and
Matt Aloi scored for Nazareth.

Bryan Adams and Greg Kanellis each scored twice in the second quarter as
Nazareth took the lead for good and finally settled on a 7-3 lead at

Pascone and Mike Bielicky each scored twice for Stevens in the third quarter
as the Ducks rallied to within one, 9-8, heading into the final 15 minutes.
Nazareth had a 9-5 lead on a pair of third-period goals from Chris Balash
but Stevens scored three times in the last two minutes of the period to
close within one.

Adams scored his third goal of the game early in the fourth quarter to
enable Nazareth to regain its two-goal lead, 10-8. Alex Richards answered
for Stevens just 30 seconds later. Nazareth scored the next three goals to
put the game away. First Balash scored unassisted, then Hotaling scored off
a pass from Bryan Coon to make it 12-9. Kanellis made it 13-9 with an
unassisted score with 2:08 left. J.R. Oreskovich closed out the scoring for
Stevens with an unassisted score with :16 left.

The game was even statistically as each team had 35 shots. Nazareth's Alex
Civalier made 12 saves, while Jack Dunderdale stopped five shots for

Balash finished with two assists in addition to his three goals. Kanellis
had three goals and one assist and Hotaling had two goals and two
assists.Pascone finished with three goals for Stevens. Bielicky and
Oreskovich each scored twice.