Ohio Wesleyan vs. Saint Vincent
April 8, 2009
|Jud Hall||7 (0.700)|
|Dan Huckins||2 (0.500)|
|Frankie Weschler||0 (0.000)|
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|Will Delanoy||(2, 1)|
|Ryan Kearney||(2, 1)|
|Jake Dick||(1, 1)|
|Pat Bursch||(0, 2)|
|Zach Wilfong||(1, 0)|
|Neil Quinn||(1, 0)|
|Jon Mcmahon||12 (0.324)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Junior midfielder Chris Ehlinger (Radnor, Pa.) and junior midfielder Andy Princehorn (Worthington/Thomas Worthington) each scored twice as Ohio Wesleyan opened the game with a 9-0 run and went on to defeat St. Vincent in non-conference action on Wednesday at Selby Field.|
Senior attacker Karl Zimmerman (Utica, Mich./Brother Rice) put the Bishops on the scoreboard in the first minute of action, fielding a pass from senior attacker Nick Gallagher (Columbus/Dublin Scioto) and finding the back of the net just 42 seconds into the game.
Ehlinger followed with a goal, and Gallagher's score at the midway point of the first quarter made it a 3-0 game.
Sophomore defenseman Alex Haggerty (Granite Bay, Calif.), junior attacker Gavin Cunningham (Rye, N.Y.), Princehorn and Ehlinger followed with scores to extend the Bishop lead to 7-0 after the first quarter, and Princehorn and junior midfielder Craig Aronoff (Potomac, Md./The Bullis School) added second-quarter goals to give the Bishops a 9-0 lead with 8:56 left in the half.
Zach Wilfong and Ryan Kearney scored goals just over a minute apart to bring the Bearcats within 9-2, but the Bishops answered with a pair of goals by junior attacker Dave Castignola (Dublin/Scioto). Senior midfielder Kevin McMahon (Wilton, Conn.) added a goal with just 6 seconds left in the half as Ohio Wesleyan took a 13-2 lead at the intermission.
The Bishops pulled away in the third quarter, reeling off 5 straight goals at one point, with the run highlighted by a pair of scores by junior attacker Rob Young (Langhorne, Pa./Council Rock South).
Castignola led the Bishops with 4 goals and an assist, while Gallagher and Ehlinger finished with 2 goals and 2 assists apiece.
Sophomore Jud Hall (Columbus/Upper Arlington) recorded 7 saves during the first 3 quarters for Ohio Wesleyan. Freshman Dan Huckins (Commack, N.Y./Northfield-Mount Hermon (Mass.)) had 2 saves and sophomore Frankie Weschler (Wilmette, Ill./Loyola Academy) also saw action in the fourth quarter.
Kearney and Will DeLanoy each had 2 goals and an assist for St. Vincent.
Jon McMahon went the distance in the Bearcat crease and finished with 12 saves.