baldwin wallace VS john carroll

2021-04-07
baldwin wallace
baldwin wallace - 6

vs

john carroll
john carroll - 10
  • Scoring

  • zakary kroeger ( 1 , 2 )
  • gunner macmillan ( 2 , 0 )
  • trevor stevens ( 1 , 0 )
  • nick nanosky ( 1 , 0 )
  • hunter boehm ( 1 , 0 )
  • ethan miller ( 0 , 1 )
  • olin ferguson ( 0 , 1 )
  • kyler byerly ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • kevin hack ( 3 , 0 )
  • skyler blake ( 2 , 0 )
  • bennett gorman ( 2 , 0 )
  • matt berdysiak ( 0 , 2 )
  • ian flynn ( 1 , 0 )
  • brendan whitty ( 1 , 0 )
  • cullen zarek ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • zakary kroeger 2
  • gunner macmillan 4
  • trevor stevens 3
  • nick nanosky 2
  • hunter boehm 1
  • ethan miller 1
  • kyler byerly 5
  • jonas aquilla 2
  • eric bechtel 2
  • jake branton 1
  • jake nanosky 5
  • Shots

  • kevin hack 6
  • skyler blake 11
  • bennett gorman 7
  • matt berdysiak 6
  • ian flynn 5
  • brendan whitty 4
  • cullen zarek 2
  • tanner gill-snow 1
  • max cook 1
  • reed stuhlreyer 5
  • conor ryan 1
  • morgan morrell 1
  • Ground Balls

  • zakary kroeger 1
  • gunner macmillan 1
  • nick nanosky 1
  • adam blose 3
  • jonas aquilla 1
  • jake nanosky 1
  • noah bartos 1
  • keller fisher 7
  • bryce moran 1
  • neil randall 1
  • matthew rodenhouse 5
  • parker ruggles 1
  • ethan rutowski 1
  • declan tubbs 1
  • joe storner 3
  • Ground Balls

  • kevin hack 2
  • skyler blake 3
  • bennett gorman 5
  • matt berdysiak 1
  • ian flynn 1
  • brendan whitty 4
  • cullen zarek 2
  • jon gaglio 2
  • adam grant 1
  • ian venard 5
  • alexander sykas 2
  • matt russo 1
  • sam rodgers 4
  • clayton karam 5
  • brendan hein 1
  • cam cecere 4
  • conor ryan 2
  • Turnovers

  • zakary kroeger 3
  • gunner macmillan 1
  • trevor stevens 2
  • ethan miller 2
  • kyler byerly 3
  • adam blose 1
  • eric bechtel 2
  • jake nanosky 1
  • noah bartos 1
  • keller fisher 1
  • ethan rutowski 1
  • Turnovers

  • kevin hack 1
  • skyler blake 3
  • bennett gorman 3
  • ian flynn 1
  • brendan whitty 2
  • tanner gill-snow 1
  • adam grant 1
  • josh plarr 1
  • oliver hammond 1
  • ian venard 1
  • alexander sykas 1
  • reed stuhlreyer 1
  • morgan morrell 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • trevor stevens 1
  • adam blose 1
  • jonas aquilla 1
  • jake nanosky 1
  • john schulte 1
  • neil randall 2
  • ethan rutowski 1
  • jimmy brown 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • skyler blake 1
  • bennett gorman 1
  • brendan whitty 1
  • max cook 1
  • sam rodgers 4
  • clayton karam 4
  • conor ryan 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • keller fisher 10
  • Faceoffs Won

  • ian venard 10
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • keller fisher 20
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • ian venard 19
  • brendan hein 1
  • Saves

  • joe storner 21 ( 0.68 )
  • Saves

  • jon gaglio 8 ( 0.67 )
  • adam grant 8 ( 0.80 )
  • Current Records

  • baldwin wallace 13 - 2
  • Current Records

  • john carroll 13 - 2
The battle of the top two teams in the Ohio Athletic Conference lived up to the billing. After losing a one-goal game to crosstown-rival Baldwin Wallace 33 days ago, the John Carroll University Men's Lacrosse Team came prepared for revenge. The Blue Streaks did that more to take down the Yellow Jackets, 10-6, at Don Shula Stadium on April 7. Every time the Yellow Jackets scored, the Blue Streaks had an answer. In the second quarter, JCU had plenty of them. It was a collection of Blue Streak upperclassmen that sparked a scoring run that left BW playing from behind for the rest of the night. With the score tied at three, John Carroll's all-time assists leader Brendan Whitty led the scoring charge that began 1:07 into the second quarter to give the Blue and Gold their first lead of the game. Then, Kevin Hack scored his second of a game-high three goals less than two minutes later. Bennett Gorman netted his second of the game 5:47 into the period, which helped JCU pull ahead 6-3. "In a hard-fought game like this, you need to rely on the guys who have played in those moments," Head Coach Joe Rautenstrauch said. "So, we go to those guys often because they are proven in those scenarios. Those guys were a big part in getting that win tonight." Baldwin Wallace found the back of the net once more before the half but the NCAA's leading goal scorer, Skyler Blake, capped off the second quarter with his 52nd goal of the season to secure the 7-4 halftime lead. In the third quarter, a tight defensive attack held the Yellow Jackets scoreless. Hack scored his third of the night with 6:16 remaining in the stanza; Hack has 12 hat tricks in his career and three so far this season. Just over a minute later, Cullen Zarek cracked the scoreboard for the third game in the row. For the game, the JCU defensive effort won the ground ball battle, 45-29, and caused 19 turnovers. The Blue Streaks were 26-of-27 on clear attempts as well. Clayton Karam caused four of those turnovers, which increased his career total to 129 and set a new all-time record in program history. Karam, along with Gorman and Ian Venard, led the team with five ground balls each. Sam Rodgers also caused four turnovers and gathered four ground balls. "Coach Edwards had a fantastic game plan and everyone played very well. Sam Rodgers has been a shut down D-man all year, so it's very exciting, but a true team effort," Rautenstrauch said. "Conor Ryan, Charlie Shaver, Jake Caress, Clayton Karam, Brendan Hein, and our D-mid crew of Cam Cecere, Max Cook, Matt Russo, Alexander Sykas and our brick wall tandem of Jon Gaglio & Adam Grant." Despite being down five goals, Baldwin Wallace showed no signs of slowing down. The Yellow Jackets stung twice within a matter of 37 seconds to trim JCU's lead to 9-6 with 13:08 still left to play. That's when the JCU defense shifted it into the next gear to close out the game and maintain the lead. Blake added his second goal of the night with 11:24 to play to finalize the score. Matt Berdysiak led the team with a career-high two assists. The Blue Streaks improve to 7-1 on the season and will take the field next on Saturday, April 10, at Don Shula Stadium against Wilmington at 1 p.m. JCU has won its last six games.