Saint Mary's (md) vs. Marymount
April 17, 2004
|Dave Mueller||(3, 5)|
|Pat Donovan||(2, 2)|
|Greg Scagliotti||(3, 1)|
|Kyle Patton||(1, 1)|
|Terry Hagerty||(0, 1)|
|Pat Schmidt||(1, 0)|
|Colin Curley||(1, 0)|
|Jim Mitchell||(1, 0)|
|Doug Mayer||(1, 0)|
|Bill Lennon||(1, 0)|
|Rich Barr||3 (0.750)|
|Matt Wiest||0 (0.000)|
|Saint Mary's (md)||10-5|
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|Kosta Troupas||(1, 1)|
|Nick Hoeffer||(1, 0)|
|Joe Lambert||(0, 1)|
|Eric Randall||17 (0.548)|
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|The Game Story:|
|St. Mary's City, MD -- Sophomore attack Dave Mueller (Baltimore, MD/North
County) scored three goals and added five assists in leading the St.
Mary's College men's lacrosse team to a 14-2 Capital Athletic Conference
(CAC) first round tournament victory over Marymount University on
Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Seahawks improve to 10-5 overall,
while the saints fall to 2-12 overall with the loss.
The Seahawks scored the first two goals of the game en route to a 3-1 lead after the first period. The Seahawks added three more goals in the second period to take a 6-1 lead at halftime. Mueller scored one goal and added three assists in the first half for the Seahawks while senior attack Greg Scagliotti (Allentown, PA/The Hill School) added two goals.
The Seahawks broke the game open in the third period with four more goals to take a 10-1 lead after three periods of play. Mueller scored two of the third period goals and assisted on the other two. The Seahawks outscored the Saints 4-1 in the final period to clinch the win with a final score of 14-2.
The Seahawks out shot the Saints 59-11 in the contest and held a commanding 42-21 advantage in ground balls. St. Mary's College also won 14 of 19 face-offs in the contest.
Mueller led all scorers in the contest with three goals and five assists. Scagliotti also scored three goals and added one assist for the Seahawks. Sophomore attack Pat Donovan (Arnold, MD/Spalding) scored two goals and tallied two assists with freshman attack Kyle Patton (Walkersville, MD/Walkersville) scoring one goal and one assist.
Freshman Rich Barr (Salisbury, MD/Worcester Prep) earned the win in net for the Seahawks. Barr (7-1) allowed one goal and made three saves in 45 minutes of play. Freshman Matt Wiest (Portland, OR/Oregon Episcopal) played the final 15 minutes in net for the Seahawks and had one goal against.
The Seahawks (10-5) will now travel to second-seeded Mary Washington College on Tuesday, April 20, for a semifinal contest. The game time has yet to be determined.