Saint Mary's (md) vs. Mary Washington
April 8, 2002
The Game Story:
St. Mary's City, Md. - Senior attack Andrew Toussaint (Potomac, MD/Georgetown Prep) scored a goal and added an assist in leading the St. Mary's College (MD) Seahawks to a 9-8 victory over Mary Washington College. The game was a resumption of a suspended game from April 3 due to darkness. With the two points, Toussaint broke the school's all-time scoring record, surpassing the previous record of 183 points, held by Steve Mull (1976-78).

The game was suspended with 9:46 remaining and the Seahawks holding a 9-7 lead. When play resumed, it took the Eagles just eight seconds to get on the board and reduce the lead to 9-8. The Eagles (8-4, 3-2 CAC) scored when junior midfielder Paul Schutzman (Wading River, NY/Shoreham Wading River) rifled one past the Seahawks senior goalkeeper Mike Watkins (Crofton, MD/Arundel).

The contest was close from the beginning. The Eagles scored first when senior attack Joe Boulier (Vienna, VA/Madison) score unassisted at the 13:45 mark of the first period. The Seahawks would answer just nine seconds later when sophomore attack Greg Scagliotti (Allentown, PA/The Hill School) would score unassisted. The Seahawks would extend the lead to 3-1 with 12:14 remaining in the period with unassisted goals from junior attack Joe Heckwolf (University Park, TX/Highland Park) and junior midfielder Wayne Hickok (Baltimore, MD/Park School). The Eagles would cut the lead to 3-2 on an unassisted goal by sophomore attack Matt Wiles (Gainesville, VA/Paul IV). The teams would trade goals to end the first period with the Seahawks leading 4-3.

The Seahawks would score first in the second stanza. Sophomore midfielder Aaron Lowe (Annapolis, MD/Severn) would score unassisted at the 5:35 mark. The Eagles would answer right back with an unassisted goal from Wiles to cut the lead to 5-4. St. Mary's would take a 6-4 lead when Toussaint would assist on a goal by freshman attack Kevin Whalen (Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep), giving Toussaint the school scoring record. Mary Washington would make the halftime score 6-5 when sophomore midfielder Mark Malone (Burke, VA/Lake Braddock) would score an unassisted goal.

The Seahawks would open the game's biggest lead to open the third period, by scoring the first three goals. Sophomore midfielder Doug Mayer (Crofton, MD/Severn) would score off of an assist from Scagliotti. Toussaint would score unassisted and then Whalen would score unassisted at the 4:38 mark for a 9-5 lead. The Eagles would get right back into the game, however, with two extra man goals. Freshman midfielder Dave Justen would score the first, while Schutzman would score the second. Both extra man goals would be assisted by junior midfielder Jamie Test (Alexandria, VA/Gonzaga), making the score 9-7 in favor of the Seahawks. That would be the score when play was suspended due to darkness.

The Seahawks (4-7, 4-1 CAC) will next be in action on Thursday, April 11, when they travel to conference foe Goucher College beginning at 4:00 p.m.