Mcdaniel vs. Hartwick
March 5, 2005
|Rob Weaver||(3, 3)|
|Kolyn Kirby||(4, 0)|
|Steve Hoffman||(2, 1)|
|Brad Baer||(1, 0)|
|Cory Nellissen||(1, 0)|
|Chad Schell||8 (0.500)|
|Ben Yingling||5 (0.556)|
|go to Mcdaniel page|
|Mike Debrossy||(3, 1)|
|Pat Mccormack||(3, 1)|
|Mike Rose||(1, 1)|
|Devin Poole||(2, 0)|
|Brian Miller||(1, 1)|
|Travis White||(1, 0)|
|Jason Fautas||6 (0.353)|
|go to Hartwick page|
|The Game Story:|
| WESTMINSTER, MD. - Sophomore midfielder Pat McCormack|
(West Genesee/Camillus, N.Y.) tallied the game-winning goal 58
seconds into the second overtime to lift the Hartwick College men's
lacrosse team to a 12-11 non-conference victory over McDaniel College
McCormack, who finished with three goals and an assist,
caught a pass off a clear and converted on a shot from the right side
of the field.
Junior midfielder Mike Debrossy (Westfield/Westfield,
N.J.) scored with 37 seconds left in the fourth quarter to help
Hartwick (1-1) send the game into overtime.
McDaniel (1-1), which trailed 4-2 after the first
quarter, scored five unanswered goals in the second to take a 7-4
lead into halftime.
The Hawks scored four straight goals to open the third
quarter and took an 8-7 lead on a goal from senior midfielder Travis
White (Baldwin/Baldwin, N.Y.).
In the fourth, freshman attackman Cory Nellissen
(Shenendehowa/Round Lake, N.Y.) gave the Green Terror an 11-9 lead
with 5:36 left.
Hartwick scored the next two goals to send the game into
overtime. Sophomore attackman Brian Miller (Acton-Boxborough/Acton,
Mass.) converted a pass from McCormack to pull the Hawks within 1
before Debrossy tied the game.
Debrossy finished with three goals and an assist, and
senior midfielder Devin Poole (Geneva/Geneva, N.Y.) scored two goals.
Miller and senior midfielder Mike Rose (Cheshire/Cheshire, Conn.) had
one goal and one assist apiece.
Sophomore goaltender Jason Fautas (Sachem/Holtsville,
N.Y.) made six saves in 65 minutes to earn the victory for Hartwick.
The Hawks will play host to Centenary College for a
non-conference game at 7 p.m. Wednesday.