New York Maritime vs. Mount Saint Vincent
April 9, 2008
|Colin Gallagher||4 (0.667)|
|Keith Messina||3 (1.000)|
|Kevin May||1 (0.250)|
|New York Maritime||8-2|
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|Mike Shea||(3, 1)|
|Jason Reynolds||(2, 2)|
|Brian Zambri||(0, 1)|
|Tom Egan||7 (0.368)|
|Mike Nuzzi||6 (0.462)|
|Mount Saint Vincent||0-7|
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|The Game Story:|
|THROGGS NECK, NY - The Privateer men's lacrosse team picked up their 8th victory of the season, and second conference win, with a 19-5 victory over the visiting Dolphins of Mount Saint Vincent. Maritime now stands at 8-2 (2-0).|
The Privateers defense held the Dolphins to only 2 goals in the first half, and did not allow a single goal in the third period. Three different goalies saw action this evening, combining on 8 saves in 13 shots on goal. This is the 7th time this season the defense has held their opponent to 10 goals or fewer, and the 5th time holding them to 7 goals or less .
Offensively, the Privateer's were clicking on all accounts, scoring 6 in each of the first two quarters. Max Ferguson (Rockville Centre, NY/Chaminade) led the offense with 3 goals, followed by Alex Rosero (Bellport, NY/Bellport), Tom Freeman (New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle), Donald Toby (Oceansde, NY/Oceanside), Keith Fricke (White Plains, NY/White Plains), and Ryan Korb (Islip, NY/Islip) with 2 each. Six other Privateers scored single goals for a total of 12 who scored.
Colin Gallagher (Syracuse, NY/Westhill) recorded the win in goal, making 4 saves in 30 minutes. Keith Messina (West Sayville, NY/West Sayville) came in to start the second half, and made 3 saves on just over 20 minutes and did not give up a single goal. Kevin May Hicksville, NY/St. Dominic) finished the final 9:44, making 1 save for the Privateers.
The conference schedule continues next Wednesday when the Privateers travel to Montclair State. The Red Hawks were picked as the unanimous top seed in the pre-season poll, and are currently 6-3, 0-0 (as of 9:20PM) on the season. The game is scheduled to begin in New Jersey at 7:00PM.