Ohio Wesleyan vs. Depauw
April 10, 2013
|Jonathan Duncan||1 (0.500)|
|Ryan Mcmahon||0 (0.000)|
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|Michael Strader||(2, 0)|
|Jr Strubbe||17 (0.415)|
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|The Game Story:|
Ohio Wesleyan 24, DePauw 2
Junior midfielder Spencer Schnell (Dublin/Jerome) and sophomore attacker John Umbach (Montclair, N.J.) scored twice apiece during a game-opening 7-0 run that started Ohio Wesleyan on its way to a North Coast Athletic Conference win over DePauw on Wednesday at Selby Stadium.
Schnell scored just 48 seconds into the game and added a second score less than a minute later to stake the Bishops to a 2-0 lead.
Senior midfielder Pat Bassett (Naperville, Ill./North) and Umbach added a pair of goals only 6 seconds apart to extend the margin to 4-0, and another rapid-fire couplet of goals, this time from sophomore midfielder Kyle Foster (Medfield, Mass./Avon Old Farms (Conn.)) and Umbach just 8 seconds apart, made it a 6-0 game with 9:45 left in the first quarter.
Senior attacker Colin Short (Jamesville, N.Y./Jamesville-DeWitt) made it 7-0 with a goal off a Bassett feed.
DePauw got on the scoreboard when Michael Strader scored at the 8:19 mark of the period, but the Bishops responded with goals by Short and Schnell, a man-down goal from junior attacker Casey Helms (Sandwich, Mass./Bridgton Academy), and a pair of Foster goals.
Goals from senior midfielder Scotty Rosenthal (Boylston, Mass./Worcester Academy) and Short wrapped up the first-quarter scoring with Ohio Wesleyan holding a 14-1 lead. The 14 goals broke the school record of 13 in a quarter set in the fourth quarter against Wittenberg on May 1, 1990, tied in the second quarter against Wooster on April 11, 2000, and tied in the first quarter at Hiram on March 30.
Sophomore attacker Tommy Minkler (Oakton, Va./Landon School), making his first appearance of the season, highlighted the second-quarter scoring with a pair of goals and a pair of assists, and completed a hat trick with a third-quarter goal.
With 3:46 left in the third quarter, play was stopped because of lightning, with the delay stretching 2 hours and 51 minutes. Play was resumed, but after another lightning sighting, the contest was called with 12:01 remaining in regulation time.
Minkler collected 3 goals and 3 assists, Foster and Short each finished with 3 goals and an assist, and Schnell scored 3 goals.
Sophomore goalkeeper Ryan McMahon (Springfield, Va./The Bullis School) played the first quarter in the Bishop crease, while sophomore Jonathan Duncan (Chesterfield, Mo./Chaminade College Prep) recorded 1 save during the remainder of the contest.
Strader scored both DePauw goals. J.R. Strubbe finished with 17 saves in the Tiger cage.