Washington College vs. Elizabethtown
March 7, 2007
The Game Story:
CHESTERTOWN, MD -- Tenth-ranked host Washington College outscored visiting
Elizabethtown, 9-0, in the second half en route to a 16-2 men's lacrosse
victory this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The
Shoremen (2-1) got a combined nine goals from junior attackman Chris Read
(Baltimore, MD/Boys Latin) and junior midfielder Kolyn Kirby (Chestertown,
MD/Kent County) in the win.

The Blue Jays (1-1) scored the first goal of the game, but the Shoremen
grabbed a 2-1 lead by the end of the first quarter and a 7-2 lead by
halftime. Washington netted the only two goals of the third quarter and
all seven of the fourth-quarter goals to blow the game open. The Shoremen
scored five times in the first 4:11 of the final quarter.

Read tallied a game-high five goals and one assist for the Shoremen, while
Kirby fired in four goals, including a running behind-the-back goal in
transition during the second quarter. Senior midfielder Andrew Ostrusky
(Severna Park, MD/Severna Park/Bridgton, ME) added three goals, while
sophomore attackman Jimmy Kielek (Baltimore, MD/Archbishop Curley) scored
one goal and handed out four assists.

Junior attackman Mike Sutter (Ellicott City, MD/Mount St. Joseph), junior
midfielder E.J. Lewis (Carroll County, MD/South Carroll), and junior
midfielder Steve Humphries (Fairfax, VA/Hayfield Secondary) each scored
one goal for Washington. Lewis's goal was the first of his collegiate
career. Junior midfielder Andrew Generazio (Springfield, VA/West
Springfield/Bridgton, ME), senior defenseman Jon Kenney (Amherst,
NY/Amherst), and senior attackman Chris Mancini (Ocean City, MD/Worcester
Prep) added one assist each.

Washington sophomore goalie Gordon Cohen (New Canaan, CT/New Canaan) made
16 saves and allowed two goals in his first collegiate start, playing the
first 58:05 of the game. Sophomore midfielder Thayer Damm (Huntington
Valley, PA/LaSalle) went 8-for-12 on face-offs and scooped up a game-high
six ground balls.

Josh Dougherty and Chris Senese scored Elizabethtown's goals.

The Shoremen held a 39-26 advantage in shots and a 54-41 edge in ground
balls in the game. Washington's defense stifled Elizabethtown in
transition as the Blue Jays converted just 14 of 27 clear attempts.

The Shoremen return to action Saturday with a 7:00 p.m. home game against
Washington and Lee.