Saint Mary's (md) vs. Virginia Wesleyan
March 29, 2003
|Adam Gjerulff||(2, 3)|
|Kevin Whalen||(2, 2)|
|Dave Mueller||(2, 1)|
|Terry Hagerty||(2, 0)|
|Greg Scagliotti||(1, 0)|
|Pat Donovan||(1, 0)|
|Shane Baxter||(1, 0)|
|Ryan Mccauley||(0, 1)|
|Miguel Snyder||11 (0.478)|
|Saint Mary's (md)||3-4|
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|Dan Hofmeister||(3, 2)|
|Cameron Mckay||(5, 0)|
|Jay Smith||(2, 2)|
|Ryan Bush||(1, 2)|
|Tony Palazzo||(0, 1)|
|Will Mumford||(1, 0)|
|Dustin Betthauser||18 (0.621)|
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|The Game Story:|
|St. Mary's City, Md. -- Sophomore attacker Cameron McKay scored five goals,
including the game-winner at the start of the fourth period, to lift the
visiting Marlins of Virginia Wesleyan College to a 12-11 non-conference
victory over St. Mary's College (Md.) on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the
Marlins improve to 8-1 overall on the season, while the Seahawks fall to 3-4
with the loss.|
Freshman attacker Dan Hofmeister added three goals and two assists for the Marlins, while senior attacker Jay Smith scored two goals and added two assists. Junior midfielder Ryan Bush also added a goal and two assists for the visitors in the win.
For the Seahawks, sophomore attacker Adam Gjerulff (Rockville, MD/Georgetown Prep) scored two goals and added three assists. Sophomore attacker Kevin Whalen (Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep), the reigning Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Player-of-the-Week, added two goals and two assists in the contest. Freshman attacker Dave Mueller (Baltimore, MD/North County) scored two goals and added one assist for the Seahawks, who out-shot the Marlins 61-38 in the contest.
Junior Dustin Betthauser started in net and went the distance for the Marlins. Betthauser allowed 11 goals on 61 shots, while making 18 saves in the contest. Sophomore Miguel Snyder (Annapolis, MD/Seneca Valley) started in net for the Seahawks. Snyder played all 60 minutes in the contest while allowing 12 goals on 38 shots with 11 saves in the contest.
The Seahawks (3-4) will return to action on Wednesday, April 2, when they travel to Mary Washington College for a CAC contest. The game is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m.