towson VS cornell

2019-03-10
towson
towson - 11

vs

cornell
cornell - 18
  • Scoring

  • luke fromert ( 2 , 2 )
  • brendan sunday ( 2 , 1 )
  • koby smith ( 2 , 0 )
  • timmy monahan ( 1 , 1 )
  • grant maloof ( 1 , 1 )
  • andrew o'dare ( 1 , 0 )
  • tim montgomery ( 1 , 0 )
  • jack mcnallen ( 1 , 0 )
  • tyler canto ( 0 , 1 )
  • zach goodrich ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • clarke petterson ( 8 , 0 )
  • john piatelli ( 4 , 2 )
  • jeff teat ( 0 , 4 )
  • jonathan donville ( 3 , 0 )
  • jake mcculloch ( 2 , 0 )
  • cooper telesco ( 0 , 2 )
  • zach ward ( 1 , 0 )
  • connor fletcher ( 0 , 1 )
  • brandon salvatore ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • luke fromert 6
  • brendan sunday 6
  • koby smith 2
  • timmy monahan 2
  • grant maloof 6
  • andrew o'dare 1
  • tim montgomery 3
  • jack mcnallen 1
  • brody mclean 9
  • jake mclean 1
  • matt sovero 2
  • ryan swain 3
  • casey wasserman 1
  • Shots

  • clarke petterson 10
  • john piatelli 5
  • jeff teat 2
  • jonathan donville 3
  • jake mcculloch 4
  • zach ward 2
  • connor fletcher 2
  • matt licciardi 3
  • griffin buczek 1
  • Ground Balls

  • brendan sunday 2
  • koby smith 2
  • timmy monahan 5
  • grant maloof 1
  • tim montgomery 1
  • jack mcnallen 1
  • tyler canto 1
  • zach goodrich 4
  • brody mclean 1
  • jake mclean 2
  • ryan swain 1
  • casey wasserman 1
  • chad patterson 1
  • jimmie wilkerson 1
  • alex woodall 17
  • garrett zungailia 3
  • Ground Balls

  • clarke petterson 3
  • john piatelli 1
  • jonathan donville 3
  • cooper telesco 1
  • connor fletcher 1
  • brandon salvatore 2
  • fleet wallace 2
  • kason tarbell 2
  • colton rupp 1
  • paul rasimowicz 2
  • max fields 2
  • dom doria 2
  • ryan bray 2
  • harrison bardwell 1
  • griffin buczek 2
  • chayse ierlan 6
  • Turnovers

  • luke fromert 1
  • brendan sunday 3
  • grant maloof 1
  • andrew o'dare 1
  • tyler canto 1
  • zach goodrich 1
  • brody mclean 2
  • shane brennan 1
  • jake mclean 1
  • ryan swain 1
  • chad patterson 1
  • jimmie wilkerson 1
  • alex woodall 4
  • andrew beacham 1
  • saunders healy 1
  • Turnovers

  • clarke petterson 2
  • john piatelli 1
  • jeff teat 2
  • jake mcculloch 1
  • connor fletcher 2
  • brandon salvatore 1
  • chayse ierlan 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • grant maloof 1
  • tyler canto 1
  • zach goodrich 2
  • garrett zungailia 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • john piatelli 2
  • jonathan donville 1
  • fleet wallace 2
  • kason tarbell 2
  • paul rasimowicz 2
  • dom doria 3
  • griffin buczek 1
  • chayse ierlan 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • jack mcnallen 4
  • alex woodall 22
  • Faceoffs Won

  • brandon salvatore 3
  • paul rasimowicz 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • jack mcnallen 6
  • alex woodall 26
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • brandon salvatore 18
  • tim graham 1
  • gavin adler 1
  • paul rasimowicz 12
  • Saves

  • tyler canto 6 ( 0.33 )
  • shane brennan 2 ( 0.25 )
  • Saves

  • chayse ierlan 10 ( 0.48 )
  • Current Records

  • towson 11 - 5
  • Current Records

  • cornell 11 - 5
After a slow start saw the No. 3 Cornell men's lacrosse team trailing No. 1 Towson by three goals, the Big Red closed the first and opened the second quarter with nine unanswered tallies, including five from Clarke Petterson, who finished with a career-high eight goals on the day, as the Big Red upset the Tigers, 18-11, at the Crown Lacrosse Classic in Charlotte. Petterson, who was selected 12th overall by the Boston Cannons in last night's MLL Draft, capped a memorable weekend by becoming just the 10th player in Cornell history to score at least eight goals in a game, and the first since David Mitchell did so vs. Binghamton in 2006. Cornell has now defeated the No. 1 team in the nation two seasons in a row after beating No. 1 Yale in the 2018 Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament. In addition to Petterson's career day, John Piatelli tallied four goals and two assists, while Jeff Teat finished with four assists to come within one of his 200th career point. The Big Red's midfield also accounted for six goals, with three from Jonathan Donville, two from Jake McCulloch, and one from Zach Ward. In his first career start, freshman goalie Chayse Ierlan finished with 10 saves, making two crucial ones during the first quarter to keep the Big Red in the contest, and four on Towson man-up opportunities as the Big Red held the Tigers to a 3-of-11 performance overall. Towson, boasting the third best face-off man in the nation, dominated the circle, winning 26-of-32, but for the second game in a row, the Big Red defense was dominant registering 14 caused turnovers on 23 Tiger miscues. Dom Doria finished with a team-best three caused turnovers. The Tigers held the edge in shots (44-32) and ground balls (46-33), but Cornell forced them to go just 9-of-16 on clears thanks to a tenacious ride. The Big Red, on the other hand, was 24-of-26 and had nine fewer turnovers (23-14). Luke Fromert led the Towson offense with two goals and two assists, with both tallies coming in the first six minutes of action as the Tigers built a 4-1 lead. The teams traded goals to get to 5-2 before Petterson's second goal of the day with 1:02 remaining in the opening quarter sparked the Big Red's decisive 9-0 run. Cornell took an 11-5 lead on a goal from Donville at the 5:42 mark of the second quarter, but Towson won the restart and scored just :06 later to end a scoreless drought of just over 14 minutes. Petterson scored the final goal of the half to send the Big Red into the intermission with the 12-6 lead. Back-to-back goals from Piatelli and Donville midway through the third quarter gave Cornell its largest lead of the day at eight goals (15-7). The Tigers pulled within six twice down the stretch, but each time the Big Red offense had an answer as it rolled to the 18-11 victory. The Big Red opens Ivy League play when it travels to No. 4 Yale for a 1 p.m. contest on Saturday, March 16. The game will be broadcast to a nationwide audience on ESPNEWS.