|St. Mary's City, Md. -- Sophomore attacker Adam Gjerulff (Rockville,
MD/Georgetown Prep) scored the game-winning goal off of an assist from freshman
attacker Dave Mueller (Baltimore, MD/North County). With just 1.5 seconds
remaining in the second overtime period, Gjerulff lifted the Seahawks of St.
Mary's College to a 6-5 victory over Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) opponent
Goucher College on Saturday afternoon. |
Goucher (6-6, 3-3 CAC) took control of the contest early, scoring the only
three goals of the first period. Senior attacker Matt Wilson opened the scoring
off of an assist from sophomore attacker Patrick Tracy. Sophomore attacker Ian
Montgomery then scored off of another assist from Tracy to give the visitors a
2-0 advantage. The Gophers would make it 3-0 after the first period when senior
midfielder Tim Pistel scored with the assist credited to Montgomery.
The Gophers opened up a 4-0 lead less than two minutes into the second period.
Montgomery scored off of a feed by freshman defender Ned Phillips. The Seahawks
would get on the board and reduce the lead to 4-1 at halftime when junior
attacker Greg Scagliotti (Allentown, PA/The Hill School) scored off of an
assist from Mueller.
Freshman attacker Pat Donovan (Arnold, MD/Spaulding) cut the deficit to 4-2 for
the Seahawks with a goal off of an assist from senior midfielder Wayne Hickok
(Baltimore, MD/Park School) in the opening minutes of the third period. St.
Mary's would reduce the lead to 4-3 after three periods of play when Gjerulff
scored off an assist from sophomore attacker Kevin Whalen (Bethesda,
Both teams would score a goal in the fourth period to tie the game 5-5 at the
end of regulation. The two teams played a scoreless first overtime period and
looked to have the same occur in the second overtime. Gjerulff, however, took a
pass from Mueller and ripped one into the top right corner to give the Seahawks
the intense 6-5 win with just 1.5 seconds showing on the clock.
For the Seahawks, Gjerulff scored three goals and Donovan scored two.
Scagliotti added the other goal while Mueller contributed with two assists in
the contest. Sophomore Miguel Snyder (Annapolis, MD/Seneca Valley) started in
net and earned the victory. Snyder played all 67:59 in the contest and allowed
five goals on 23 shots with seven saves.
For the Gophers, Montgomery led the way with two goals and two assists. Tracy
also contributed with two assists in the game. Sophomore Reeves Craig started
and played all 67:59 in net for the Gophers. Craig allowed six goals on 48
total shots and made 18 saves in the contest.
The Seahawks (5-5, 3-1 CAC) will return to action on Thursday, April 17, when
they travel to CAC opponent Catholic University. Game time is scheduled for