Southern Maine vs. Keene State
April 19, 2003
The Game Story:
GORHAM, Maine - Senior midfielder Chad Tiger (Port Murray, N.J.) netted five goals and added an assist to lead the Keene State College Owls to a 17-4 triumph over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in Little East Conference action on Saturday afternoon at the Paula D. Hodgdon Field.

Triumphant in four straight games, the Owls improved to 8-2 overall and 3-0 in the LEC. Keene State returns to action on Wednesday when it entertains league-leading Eastern Connecticut. Southern Maine, which slipped to 2-6 and 0-2, will host UMass Boston on Tuesday.

Keene State jumped to a 3-0 lead through one quarter of play, and went up 5-0 early in the second period, before junior Dan Soule (South Portland, Maine) put the Huskies on the board with 8:35 remaining in the half. The teams traded goals over the remainder of the quarter and entered the break with Keene state holding a 7-3 advantage.

The Owls added four more in the third quarter, including a pair from Tiger, and scored six in the fourth quarter. Sophomore Sean Favreau (Sabattus, Maine) scored the Huskies lone goal of the second half with 9:10 remaining in the contest. Keene State received three goals from sophomore Ben Bradley (South Hadley, Mass.), and two goals each from Eric Momnie (South Windsor, Conn.), Meade McKay (Stratham, N.H.), Joe Calcagno (Mt. Lakes, N.J.) and Travis Pedley (Bow, N.H.). Momnie also added three assists, while Calcagno recorded a pair.

Southern Maine's remaining goal was scored by freshman Paul Dubiel (Billerica, Mass.), while senior Tobey Farrington (Scarborough, Maine) contributed three assists.

Sophomore Eric Delisle (Amherst, N.H.), made 16 saves for the Owls, while freshman Jeff Lamoureux (Walpole, Mass.) and sophomore Mark Morissette (Wales, Maine) combined to make 27 saves for the Huskies.