Saint Mary's (md) vs. Lynchburg
March 10, 2004
The Game Story:
St. Mary's City, MD -- Junior attack Billy McCulloch had six goals and one assist to lead the Lynchburg College men's lacrosse team to a 20-11 victory over St. Mary's College (MD) on Wednesday afternoon. The Seahawks were lead by sophomore attack Dave Mueller (Baltimore, MD/North County), who tallied four goals.

The Seahawks opened the game with a quick goal off the draw. Mueller knocked in a pass from senior midfielder Alex Redmond (Baltimore, MD/Gilman) six seconds into the first quarter. Lynchburg responded with an unassisted goal from sophomore midfielder Brian Kemper three minutes later, and would hold the lead throughout the match, scoring five more goals in the first quarter alone. By the end of the second quarter, Lynchburg was leading 12-4.

The Hornets opened second half scoring with an extra man goal from freshman midfielder Brian McCulloch 36 seconds into the third quarter. Junior attack Shane Baxter (Woodbine, MD/Glenelg) answered back minutes later for the Seahawks, scoring his second goal of the game off of a pass from sophomore midfielder Colin Curley (Ellicott City, MD/Mt. St. Joseph's). The Seahawks would also close third quarter scoring with an extra man goal with 48 seconds remaining on the clock by Mueller.

The Seahawks would hold Lynchburg scoreless in the fourth quarter, scoring two goals themselves, including one extra man opportunity. Sophomore attack Pat Donovan (Arnold, MD/Spaulding) scored the extra man goal at 13:41, and Mueller tallied his fourth goal with only 54 seconds left to play.

Junior goalkeeper Miguel Snyder (Annapolis, MD/Seneca Valley) started in goal for St. Mary's, making five saves in 35:42. Snyder allowed 18 goals on 28 shots. Freshman goalkeeper Rich Barr (Salisbury, MD/Worcester Prep) finished the game, making four saves and allowing four goals in 24:18.

For the Hornets, senior goalkeeper Nick Braun played 58:08 in the net making six saves and allowing ten goals. Freshman goalkeeper David Schnur played the final 1:52 for Lynchburg, making one save and allowing one goal.

The Seahawks will next be in action Saturday, March 13, when they host Wittenberg [OH] University in a non-conference contest. Game time is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.