Salisbury vs. Roanoke
March 13, 2005
|Dan Korpon||15 (0.652)|
|Chris Swierczek||0 (0.000)|
|Max Zarchin||0 (0.000)|
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|Chris Keating||(0, 5)|
|Jon Mason||(4, 0)|
|Dan Reed||(2, 2)|
|Tug Schroeder||(3, 0)|
|Scott Pattison||(1, 1)|
|Matt Duke||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Wilkerson||(0, 1)|
|Wes Mcfarlane||(0, 1)|
|Adam Leahy||(0, 1)|
|Zack Thomas||(1, 0)|
|Matt Madalon||22 (0.500)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Salisbury, Md. - After falling behind 1-0, No.1-ranked Salisbury used|
an 11-0 run over 12:38 of the first and second periods Sunday as the
two-time defending national champion men's lacrosse team stretched its
winning streak to 35 with an impressive 22-12 win over No.10 Roanoke.
The Maroons (4-1) entered the game having the second-most wins of any
university against Salisbury (7 wins, 11 losses), but after taking a 1-0
lead on freshman Zach Thomas' shot with 12:14 left in the first quarter,
it was pretty much all down hill. Ten different Sea Gulls scored to give
SU a commanding 11-1 lead with 13:13 remaining in the half. The Sea
Gulls led 19-7 at the end of the third period.
Senior Bryan Bradford paced Salisbury (6-0) with five goals on six
shots. He added one assist, 11 ground balls and won 21-of-27 face-offs.
Junior Dan Boyer added three goals and picked up three ground balls, and
sophomores Mike Edwards, Luis Gonzalez and senior Casey Olejniczak each
threw in three apiece. Eight other Salisbury players scored one goal
apiece as 13 different Sea Gulls lit up the scoreboard.
Sophomore Jon Mason paced the Maroons with four goals on eight shots.
Senior Tug Schroeder added three goals and one ground ball and senior
Dan Reed scored twice.
Salisbury senior goalie Dan Korpon (6-0) recorded the win. He allowed
eight goals on 29 shots while recording 15 saves in 52 minutes.
Roanoke junior Matt Madalon took the setback in goal. He worked 60
minutes, surrendering 22 goals while picking up 22 saves. He faced 53
The Sea Gulls held a 53-38 advantage in shots and posted 58 ground
balls, compared to 33 for the Maroons.
Salisbury will be back in action Wednesday when the Sea Gulls host
Widener at 3:30 p.m.