michigan VS saint john's

2019-03-02
michigan
michigan - 16

vs

saint john's
saint john's - 11
  • Scoring

  • decker curran ( 4 , 1 )
  • bryce clay ( 3 , 2 )
  • kevin mack ( 3 , 1 )
  • alex buckanavage ( 2 , 1 )
  • brent noseworthy ( 2 , 1 )
  • jason brown ( 1 , 0 )
  • avery myers ( 1 , 0 )
  • brandon shima ( 0 , 1 )
  • justin gibbons ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • joe madsen ( 2 , 2 )
  • chris buscemi ( 2 , 2 )
  • jonathan huber ( 3 , 0 )
  • declan swartwood ( 2 , 0 )
  • colin duffy ( 1 , 0 )
  • aidan marron ( 1 , 0 )
  • matt duncan ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • decker curran 5
  • bryce clay 7
  • kevin mack 5
  • alex buckanavage 4
  • brent noseworthy 4
  • jason brown 2
  • avery myers 3
  • brandon shima 4
  • Shots

  • joe madsen 6
  • chris buscemi 7
  • jonathan huber 8
  • declan swartwood 4
  • colin duffy 4
  • aidan marron 1
  • luke roediger 2
  • mike madsen 5
  • michael hatzopoulos 1
  • Ground Balls

  • decker curran 3
  • bryce clay 1
  • kevin mack 2
  • alex buckanavage 1
  • avery myers 1
  • justin gibbons 1
  • nick decaprio 4
  • andrew darby 1
  • michael borda 1
  • tommy heidt 2
  • matt dellacroce 12
  • christian ford 1
  • peter hollen 1
  • mj melillo 1
  • austin robinson 1
  • Ground Balls

  • joe madsen 2
  • chris buscemi 1
  • jonathan huber 2
  • declan swartwood 2
  • colin duffy 1
  • matt duncan 3
  • dylan willis 1
  • matt stockfeder 4
  • pat smyth 1
  • grant galligan 1
  • joseph fitzpatrick 1
  • colin bosak 1
  • luke roediger 5
  • Turnovers

  • decker curran 2
  • kevin mack 1
  • alex buckanavage 1
  • brent noseworthy 1
  • avery myers 1
  • justin gibbons 1
  • michael borda 1
  • matt dellacroce 2
  • mj melillo 2
  • Turnovers

  • chris buscemi 2
  • jonathan huber 1
  • declan swartwood 1
  • colin duffy 1
  • matt duncan 1
  • ryan schaefer 1
  • matt oehl 1
  • dylan willis 1
  • colin bosak 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • kevin mack 1
  • mj melillo 1
  • austin robinson 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • matt stockfeder 1
  • pat smyth 1
  • luke roediger 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • matt dellacroce 16
  • Faceoffs Won

  • joseph fitzpatrick 8
  • colin bosak 6
  • luke roediger 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • brent noseworthy 1
  • matt dellacroce 30
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • joseph fitzpatrick 17
  • colin bosak 12
  • luke roediger 2
  • Saves

  • tommy heidt 12 ( 0.52 )
  • Saves

  • gavin catalano 4 ( 0.50 )
  • brody agres 4 ( 0.25 )
  • Current Records

  • michigan 4 - 9
  • Current Records

  • saint john's 4 - 9
After winning two-consecutive road contests against Hartford and No. 11/13 High Point, the St. John's lacrosse team lost its second game of the season at home on Saturday to Michigan (3-1), 16-11, on a frigid Saturday afternoon at DaSilva Memorial Field. Chris Buscemi and Joe Madsen led the way offensively for St. John's (2-2), as the senior midfielder and junior attackmen each finished with two goals and two assists. Two other members of the Red Storm finished with multi-goal games, as Jonathan Huber recorded his second hat trick of the season and Declan Swartwood found the back of the net twice. In total, seven Johnnies logged points on the contest. Senior defenseman Aidan Marron scored from the far side of the field in the contest's closing seconds for his first career goal. Reigning BIG EAST Freshman of the Week Brody Agres started the game in net for the Red Storm but was replaced by Gavin Catalano midway through the third quarter after surrendering 12 goals. Catalano recorded four saves in his first 24 minutes of action this season. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Colin Bosak, and senior Luke Roediger split the faceoff duties, as Michigan narrowly topped St. John's at the X, 16-15. Fitzpatrick and Bosak combined to win 14 of the team's 31 faceoff attempts. St. John's scored the first goal for the fourth-straight game as Buscemi put a shot past Michigan's netminder, Tommy Heidt, 50 seconds into the game. After surrendering the first goal of the afternoon, Michigan (3-1) recorded six of the game's next seven goals to take a 6-2 lead after one. Huber scored the first two goals of the second period in less than two minutes to cut into the Michigan lead and bring the Johnnies within two, 6-4. The Johnnies would trade goals with the Wolverines for the remainder of the quarter, finishing the half at 10-7 in favor of Michigan. Michigan started the second half on fire, scoring three quick goals to give the Wolverines their largest lead of the contest at 13-7. Colin Duffy's unassisted goal with 3:02 left in the third quarter was the Red Storm's only goal of the period. After Buscemi scored the first goal of the fourth quarter with 13:28 left to play, St. John's proved unable to ignite a comeback. The Wolverines answered back with two goals of their own to increase their lead to 15-9 with 11 minutes left in the game. The two teams traded goals for the reminder of the game as Aidan Marron scored on a long-distance heave with one second remaining in the game to end the contest at 16-11. Michigan's Bruce Clay and Decker Curran each led the Wolverines with five points. Curran led Michigan with four goals, while Clay and Kevin Mack both scored three times. Matt Dellacroce won all 16 of Michigan's faceoffs. St. John's travels to Loudonville, N.Y., next Saturday, March 9, to take on Siena at 1 p.m.