Stevenson vs. Rit
March 3, 2010
|Geoff Hebert||15 (0.625)|
|Andrew Harrington||2 (0.667)|
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|Jordan Mcintosh||(4, 1)|
|Iric Bressler||(1, 2)|
|Adam Lehmann||(0, 2)|
|Jerry Ragonese||(1, 0)|
|Mj Kiekebelt||(1, 0)|
|Sean Gillies||(1, 0)|
|Kelso Davis||(1, 0)|
|Michael Barilla||(1, 0)|
|Kevin Rattigan||13 (0.394)|
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|The Game Story:|
|OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson men's lacrosse senior Geoff Hebert|
(Lutherville/Dulaney) tied his career-high with 15 saves, 12 of which
came in the first half, while the second-ranked Mustangs scored 20
goals for the second-straight game with a 20-10 victory over RIT
Wednesday at Caves Athletics Complex.
The win was also the 20th consecutive regular season win for Stevenson
(3-0) who ran its home winning streak to 10.
Junior Richie Ford (Baltimore/Towson) finished with six points and a
career-high four assists to lead 14 Mustangs who had at least one
Senior Delaware transfer Sean Calabrese (Rockville/DeMatha) had a
career-high five points on three goals and two assists which tied his
19-game output in his final season with the Blue Hens in 2007.
Senior Tyler Maguire (Montauk, N.Y./East Hampton) scored a career-high
four goals, senior Steve Kazimer (Syracuse, N.Y./Henninger) totaled a
career-high four assists and senior Dave Cougler (Rochester, N.Y./G.
Ray Bodley) handed out a career-high three assists.
Both teams exchanged goals over the game's first 17 minutes before
Stevenson scored seven-straight to take a 10-3 lead into halftime.
Maguire scored twice during the run while Kazimer dished out two
assists and Ford added a goal and an assist on the first goal of the
season from senior Shane Clift (Baltimore/North Carroll) at 11:11.
The Tigers (0-1) responded with the next three tallies to pull within
four, but that would be as close as they would get as the Mustangs ran
off another seven consecutive to take a 17-6 advantage with 10:59 left
in the fourth quarter.
Junior Jimmy Dailey (Westminster/Winters Mill) scored all three of his
goals during the stretch while Ford added three assists. Calabrese
also had two goals and one assist.
The statistics were pretty even for both teams with Stevenson holding
a 44-41 advantage in shots and RIT owning a 36-35 edge in ground balls
and a 17-16 margin in face-offs. Both teams also had just one goal
each in 13 combined extra-man opportunities.
Jordan McIntosh finished with four goals and five points to lead the
Tigers while Iric Bressler had one goal and two assists. Kevin
Rattigan made 13 saves.
Stevenson continues its five-game homestand on Sunday when it hosts
No. 16 Western New England beginning at 1:00 p.m.