Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wooster
April 6, 2012
|Spencer Schnell||(3, 2)|
|Pat Bassett||(4, 0)|
|Kevin Mccarley||(0, 1)|
|Aj Pellis||(1, 0)|
|Chris Ostrowski||(1, 0)|
|Edwin Foster||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Mcmahon||13 (0.722)|
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|Pat Henderson||(2, 0)|
|Eric Johnson||(1, 0)|
|Tom Herold||(1, 0)|
|Matt Ranck||(1, 0)|
|Matt Magoon||8 (0.444)|
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|The Game Story:|
|DELEWARE, OH - Sophomore midfielder Spencer Schnell (Dublin/Jerome) scored a goal and set up another less than a minute later, breaking a 4-4 tie and starting Ohio Wesleyan on its way to a North Coast Athletic Conference win over Wooster on Friday evening at Selby Stadium.|
Junior midfielder Pat Bassett (Naperville, Ill./North) and Wooster's Pat Henderson traded goals twice during the first 5-plus minutes of action, and the Bishops broke that 2-2 tie as Schnell scored, then found senior attacker A.J. Pellis (Edmonton, Alberta/St. Francis Xavier) for a man-up goal and a 4-2 Bishop lead midway through the first quarter.
Wooster battled back with a goal by Eric Johnson, then tied the game at 4-4 on Matt Ranck's score early in the second period.
Schnell broke the tie with an unassisted goal late in the second quarter, and just 26 seconds later, found Bassett for a score that gave Ohio Wesleyan a 6-4 halftime lead.
Ohio Wesleyan added goals by Schnell and freshman attacker Edwin Foster (Medfield, Mass./Avon Old Farms (Conn.)) exactly a minute apart during the third, and extended the margin to 9-4 on Bassett's goal with 3:36 left in the period.
The Fighting Scots pulled within 9-5 when Tom Herold scored in the closing seconds of the quarter, but that would be it for the Wooster offense, and junior midfielder Chris Ostrowski (Pittston, Pa./Wyoming Seminary) finished off the evening's scoring with a goal with 10:33 left in the contest.
Bassett scored 4 goals for Ohio Wesleyan, while Schnell finished with 3 goals and 2 assists.
Freshman Ryan McMahon (Springfield, Va./The Bullis School) stopped 13 shots in the Ohio Wesleyan crease, with 6 of those saves coming during the second quarter.
Henderson's 2 goals led Wooster. Matt Magoon had 8 saves for the Fighting Scots.