|St. Mary's City, Md. - Senior attack Tom Brown (Laurel, MD/Hammond) scored
seven goals and added one assist and junior attack Joe Ellis (Columbia,
MD/Oakland Mills) scored four goals and added three assists in leading the
12-th ranked Green Terror of Western Maryland College to a 15-7 victory over
St. Mary's (MD) on Saturday afternoon.
The Seahawks opened the game's scoring on an extra man advantage. Freshman
attack Kevin Whalen (Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep) scored off an assist from
freshman midfielder Ryan McCauley (Crofton, MD/Arundel) just 1:29 into the
contest. That would be the only lead of the contest for the Seahawks. The Green
Terror (6-0) would score the next ten goals of the half, five by Brown, four by
Ellis, and one by sophomore attack Justin Merson (New Windsor, MD/Francis Scott
Key) for a 10-1 lead at halftime.
Western Maryland did not let up to start the second half, scoring the first two
goals of the half to take a 12-1 lead with 9:25 remaining in the third period.
The Seahawks would break the Green Terror's streak of 12 unanswered goals when
McCauley would score unassisted at the 7:30 mark. Brown would score again for
the Green Terror before sophomore attack Greg Scagliotti would score for the
Seahawks off an assist from senior attack Andrew Toussaint (Potomac,
MD/Georgetown Prep) to make the score 13-3. Western Maryland would score an
extra man goal with just :38 remaining in the third to take a commanding 14-3
lead into the final period.
In the fourth period, McCauley would score his second unassisted goals of the
contest just :20 into the period. Sophomore midfielder Pete Shaffer
(Sykesville, MD/South Carroll) would score with 7:45 remaining in the contest
for the Green Terror to extend the lead to 15-4. St. Mary's would make one last
push to make the score respectable. Toussaint, sophomore midfielder Aaron Lowe
(Annapolis, MD/Severn), and Whalen would all score unassisted goals for the
Seahawks, all in the last 2:34 of the game, to make the final 15-7.
The Seahawks (1-7) will next be in action on Wednesday, March 27, when they
host conference foe Marymount University beginning at 3:30 p.m.