Shenandoah vs. Gwynedd-mercy
March 31, 2012
|Sean Mack||(1, 1)|
|Bryan Pope||(2, 0)|
|Courtney Ledden||(1, 0)|
|Jimmy Noel||(1, 0)|
|Tyler Quinn||8 (0.400)|
|Brett Holmes||3 (0.500)|
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|Craig Trueblood||(8, 0)|
|Nick Coan||(1, 3)|
|Nico Beladro||(2, 1)|
|Roy Bakeoven||(1, 2)|
|Dustin Mangin||(1, 2)|
|Nathan Pendleton||(2, 0)|
|Mason Risner||(0, 1)|
|Ryley O'keefe||5 (0.500)|
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|The Game Story:|
|WINCHESTER, Va. - Visiting Gwynedd-Mercy used a dominating third quarter performance on its way to a 15-5 CSAC men's lacrosse victory over Shenandoah.|
Leading 4-3 at halftime, GMC (6-4, 2-1) scored the first seven goals of the third to take a commanding lead over Shenandoah (0-11, 0-3).
The Hornets had brought themselves to within one by scoring all three goals in the second quarter.
Senior Courtney Ledden got things started with an unassisted goal at 12:08 before classmate Sean Mack did the same at 7:44.
Mack then found Bryan Pope at 3:18 to cut the deficit 4-3.
It was Pope that finally snapped the Griffins spurt in the third. He scored unassisted at 2:05.
Unfortunately for SU, GMC reeled off the next four goals, including two on extra-man situations, to erase any thoughts of a Shenandoah comeback.
Jimmy Noel had the final goal of the game with an unassisted tally at 7:13 of the fourth.
Gwynedd-Mercy outshot the Hornets 42-28, had a 37-24 advantage in groundballs and was a dominant 15 of 24 at the faceoff 'x'.
SU goalies Tyler Quinn and Brett Holmes combined to make 11 saves.
Shenandoah is back in action on Wednesday in a CSAC game against Rosemont.