Saint Mary's (md) vs. Mary Washington
March 29, 2006
The Game Story:
St. Mary's City, MD -- Sophomore midfielder Cyrus Albertson (Chevy
Chase, MD/St. John's College) scored three goals and added one
assist in leading the #19 St. Mary's (Md.) men's lacrosse team to an
11-4 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) victory over Mary Washington
on Wednesday afternoon. With the win, the Seahawks improve to 6-3
overall and 2-1 in the CAC while the Eagles fall to 2-5 overall and
1-3 in the conference with the loss.

Mary Washington held a 3-1 lead in the second quarter before the
Seahawks made their comeback. Senior attacker Dave Mueller
(Baltimore, MD/North County) scored an extra man goal off of an
assist from senior midfielder Jim Mitchell (Doylestown, PA/CB West)
to pull the Seahawks within 3-2 with 10:52 remaining before

Senior attacker Greg Rose gave Mary Washington a 4-2 lead when he
scored an unassisted goal, his second of the contest, with 7:27
showing on the clock. St. Mary's narrowed the deficit to 4-3 with a
goal from Albertson with the assist credited to sophomore midfielder
Chris Carroccio (Bethesda, MD/St. John's College). Mueller pulled
the Seahawks even at 4-4 with an unassisted goal with just 16
seconds remaining before halftime.

The second half was all St. Mary's as the Seahawks held the Eagles
scoreless in the final 30 minutes of play. The Seahawks scored four
goals in the third quarter, including two extra man opportunities,
and added three more goals in the fourth for the 11-4 final score.

Mueller added two goals and three assists in the win for St. Mary's
while senior midfielder Matt Dryer (Pasadena, MD/Mt. St. Joe) scored
two goals.

Rose led the Eagles with his two scores with junior midfielders Matt
Morrell and Keith Sweeney each also recording a goal in the contest.

Junior goalkeeper Rich Barr (Salisbury, MD/Worcester Prep) earned
the win in net for the Seahawks. Barr recorded eight saves against
28 total shots. Sophomore goalkeeper Eric Everitt started and took
the loss for Mary Washington. Everitt played 37:24 and allowed seven
goals with four saves against 17 total shot attempts. Sophomore Brad
Buck played the final 22:36 in net and allowed four goals with four
saves against ten total shots.

The Seahawks will return to action on Saturday, April 1, when they
travel to York (Pa.) for a critical conference contest. The showdown
with the Spartans is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m.