Saint Mary's (md) vs. King's College
March 9, 2006
The Game Story:
St. Mary's City, MD -- Senior attacker Dave Mueller (Baltimore,
MD/North County) scored two goals and added six assists in leading the
#18 St. Mary's College men's lacrosse team to a 19-4 non-conference
victory over King's College on Thursday afternoon. With the win, the
Seahawks improve to 3-1 overall on the season while the Monarchs fall
to 0-1 overall with the loss.

The Seahawks made quick work of the Monarchs as senior long stick
midfielder Jeff Luoma (Carlisle, MA/Concard Carlisle) opened the
scoring just 17 seconds into the contest. The Seahawks led 7-0 after
the first period and opened up an insurmountable 10-0 lead at
halftime.

St. Mary's added six more goals in the third period and scored the
first two goals of the fourth period for an 18-0 lead before King's
College broke up the shutout bid. The Monarchs scored four goals in a
span of 5:19 in the fourth period to reduce the Seahawks' lead to
18-4, but St. Mary's got the final goal from junior midfielder Chris
Jones (Pasadena, MD/Chesapeake) off of an assist from sophomore
attacker Craig Sturgeon (Severna Park, MD/Chesapeake) as time expired
for the 19-4 final score.

Along with Mueller, senior attacker Pat Donovan (Arnold, MD/Spaulding)
scored three goals and added one assist for the Seahawks. Junior
attacker Kyle Patton (Walkersville, MD/Walkersville) also scored three
goals while sophomore attacker Pat Oliphant (Chatham, NJ/Chatham),
senior midfielder Jim Mitchell (Doylestown, MD/CB West), and Jones all
scored two goals with Oliphant also adding one assist.

Senior attacker Ryan Thomas led King's College with two goals. Senior
midfielder John Matusiewicz and sophomore attacker Chris Hovis each
scored one goal while senior midfielder Paul Moran added one assist.

Junior goalkeeper Rich Barr (Salisbury, MD/Worcester Prep) earned the
win in net for the Seahawks. Barr played the first half and allowed no
goals on two total shots while recording one save. Junior Matt Weist
(Portland, OR/Oregon Episcopal) played the third period and did not
allow a goal while making two saves on two shots. Sophomore Justin
Woodford (Lutherville, MD/Dulaney) played the fourth period in goal
for the Seahawks. Woodford allowed four goals on nine total shots
while recording one save.

Freshman Andrew Bartle took the loss in net for the Monarchs. Bartle
allowed ten goals on 21 total shots with three total saves. Freshman
Tim Cassi played the second half in net for King's College. Cassi
allowed nine goals on 30 total shots and recorded ten saves in the
contest.

The Seahawks held a 51-13 advantage in shots and recorded 60 ground
balls compared to 27 ground balls for the Monarchs.

St. Mary's will return to action on Wednesday, March 15, when they
face St. Vincent's College in a neutral site contest. The game will be
played at Boys Latin High School in Baltimore, Maryland, and is
scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m.