Frostburg State vs. Centenary
May 11, 2013
|Tyler Haines||14 (0.500)|
|Tom Kraemer||1 (0.500)|
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|Conor Nolan||(1, 5)|
|Cameron Gunn||(5, 0)|
|Joey Debiasse||(3, 1)|
|Robert Nuzzolese||(4, 0)|
|Joshua Caven||(1, 1)|
|Jeff Prudente||(1, 0)|
|Patrick Johnston||(0, 1)|
|Grant Nice||9 (0.450)|
|Kevin Switzer||8 (0.381)|
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|The Game Story:|
| FSU advances to the championship and will face the winner of Albright/Lebanon Valley on Sunday at 1:00 pm. The contest will be played at host and top-seeded Albright College.|
The Bobcats (13-6) led in shots (54), at least 10 in each quarter, ground balls (26) and clears (16-for-20).
The Cyclones (14-4) started firing right out of the gate, scoring the first five goals of the contest.
Bobcat sophomore Devin Colegrove finally put FSU on the board with seven minutes left to play in the first quarter. Classmate Greg Bourne struck soon after that with an unassisted goal.
Centenary found one last goal of the quarter from Robert Nuzzolese, who notched his fourth goal of the quarter.
FSU posted the final two goals of the first quarter to post the score at 6-4 in favor of the hosts.
Cyclone senior Cameron Gunn scored back-to-back goals to open up the second frame but then the Bobcats went to work.
Frostburg strung together a nine-goal run in which eight Bobcats contributed at least one goal each. The Cyclones found one goal with merely 30 seconds left as both teams went into halftime with the Bobcats up 13-9.
The Bobcats outscored Centenary in both quarters of the second half. The third quarter was propelled by senior Ryan Serio who netted four goals, including two back-to-back to close out the frame posting the score at 20-13.
The Bobcat offense continued to push in the fourth quarter, as four separate Bobcats found the net to close out the game 24-15.
Serio continued his late season offensive push, finishing with seven goals, two assists and three ground balls. The senior midfielder has notched at least four goals in the last five games.
Colegrove and Bourne netted four goals each while Spenser Love contributed one goal and donated four assists.
Gunn led the Cyclones with five goals while Conor Nolan handed out five assists.