Moravian vs. Susquehanna
April 3, 2004
The Game Story:
BETHLEHEM, PA Senior Scott Hodgson scored five goals to tie the school record for career goals as Susquehanna won its school-record fifth straight game with a 14-3 win at Moravian on Saturday afternoon.

Hodgson (Point Pleasant, NJ/Ramapo H.S.) tied former Crusader standout Andy Nadler (2000-03) atop the Susquehanna career goal list with 105. Ironically, Nadler is an assistant coach for the first-year Greyhounds (3-5 overall, 0-3 MAC).

Senior Matt Miceli (Emmaus, PA/Emmaus H.S.) added three goals while junior Dan St. Ours (Saco, ME/Thornton Academy) , sophomore Bobby Costa (Chatham, NJ/Chatham H.S.) and freshman Reiner Pabst (Boonton, NJ/Mountain Lakes H.S.) picked up two goals apiece as the Crusaders (5-1 overall, 4-0 MAC) scored the game's first six goals and led 9-1 at the half.

Susquehanna led 4-0 after one quarter as Miceli, Hodgson, Costa and St. Ours all recorded goals in the opening 15 minutes, and extended the lead to 6-0 on goals by Costa and Pabst (his first career goal) before Nick Cacciutti got Moravian on the scoreboard with 6:36 left in the first half.

Pabst added a man-down goal with 4:31 left in the quarter while Hodgson gave Susquehanna an 8-1 lead at the break on a goal with 23 seconds to play.

Hodgson scored three times in the second half, including his record-tying goal with 3:11 remaining in the fourth quarter with the man advantage, as the Crusaders scored the final five goals of the game. Susquehanna is outscoring its opponents 23-9 in the fourth quarter this season.

Junior Justin Mason (Wilmington, DE/Tatnall School) and St. Ours each finished with four assists for the Crusaders while Hodgson added two helpers and Pabst one.

Cacciutti finished with two goals for Moravian while Daniel Larson added one for the Greyhounds, who were outshot 57-27 by the Crusaders on the day.

In goal, freshman Dan Kotch (Westfield, NJ/Westfield H.S.) made 12 saves in lowering his goals against average to 6.50 and raising his save percentage to a superb .713. Harry McCann made 15 saves in goal for the Greyhounds.