middlebury VS springfield

2022-03-29
middlebury
middlebury - 12

vs

springfield
springfield - 6
  • Scoring

  • jack sheehan ( 6 , 1 )
  • billy curtis ( 2 , 1 )
  • william ryan ( 1 , 2 )
  • tyler forbes ( 1 , 1 )
  • tom conley ( 1 , 1 )
  • patrick jamin ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • mason nocito ( 2 , 1 )
  • riley burgmyer ( 1 , 1 )
  • steven betsch ( 1 , 0 )
  • connor roberts ( 1 , 0 )
  • zac schuette ( 1 , 0 )
  • chris santa barbara ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • jack sheehan 9
  • billy curtis 7
  • william ryan 5
  • tyler forbes 8
  • tom conley 6
  • patrick jamin 1
  • gray thomas 1
  • bobby hendry 1
  • kyle mcfetridge 4
  • luke simpson 1
  • russell thorndike 3
  • garrett hawthorne 1
  • dylan fagan 1
  • Shots

  • mason nocito 9
  • riley burgmyer 4
  • steven betsch 1
  • connor roberts 1
  • zac schuette 7
  • chris santa barbara 6
  • jackson lane 2
  • patrick watson 5
  • alek turi 1
  • kyle mceniry 2
  • joe maimone 3
  • Ground Balls

  • jack sheehan 2
  • billy curtis 5
  • tyler forbes 3
  • tom conley 1
  • patrick jamin 5
  • kyle mcfetridge 1
  • luke simpson 3
  • walker stevens 1
  • russell thorndike 1
  • johnny kantaros 2
  • finn muldoon 1
  • william munroe 2
  • andrew ng 2
  • jack owens 1
  • gordon pollock 1
  • garrett hawthorne 2
  • finn o'connor 1
  • Ground Balls

  • mason nocito 1
  • riley burgmyer 3
  • steven betsch 9
  • connor roberts 5
  • zac schuette 3
  • chris santa barbara 1
  • jackson lane 2
  • dean pesce 4
  • nicholas gorman 1
  • connor dubzinski 1
  • tommy briscoe 2
  • patrick watson 1
  • joe maimone 2
  • Turnovers

  • jack sheehan 1
  • billy curtis 4
  • patrick jamin 1
  • gray thomas 1
  • luke simpson 2
  • russell thorndike 2
  • Turnovers

  • mason nocito 1
  • riley burgmyer 1
  • zac schuette 5
  • chris santa barbara 2
  • jarrett nagengast 1
  • gavin carzello 1
  • nicholas gorman 1
  • connor dubzinski 2
  • patrick watson 1
  • joe maimone 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • tyler forbes 1
  • patrick jamin 1
  • luke simpson 1
  • finn muldoon 1
  • andrew ng 2
  • jack owens 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • connor roberts 2
  • connor dubzinski 1
  • tommy briscoe 2
  • joe maimone 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • william munroe 6
  • garrett hawthorne 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • steven betsch 13
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • william munroe 12
  • garrett hawthorne 10
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • steven betsch 22
  • Saves

  • finn o'connor 16 ( 0.73 )
  • Saves

  • dean pesce 20 ( 0.62 )
  • Current Records

  • middlebury 8 - 8
  • Current Records

  • springfield 8 - 8
The Middlebury men's lacrosse team coupled a strong defensive effort and a career-high six goals from Jack Sheehan for a 12-6 win over host Springfield on Tuesday at Stagg Field. The Panthers (4-3) return to NESCAC play on Saturday when they entertain third-ranked Tufts at 2:00 p.m. Just over a minute into the first quarter, Sheehan ripped a shot from 15 yards out for a 1-0 Panther lead. The Pride (3-6) answered with a pair of goals less than two minutes later, as Riley Burgmyer and Steven Betsch scored just four seconds apart. Middlebury responded with three-straight goals spanning 1:58 of action. Sheehan scored with 5:59 left on a bouncing shot from the right side, while Billy Curtis made it a 3-2 score 50 seconds later. Patrick Jamin closed the run at the 4:01 mark for a 4-2 lead. The score remained that way until 9:05 into the second quarter when Sheehan tallied his third goal of the contest when he found free space down the left alley. Springfield's Mason Nocito brought the Pride to within two (5-3) after gathering a loose ball in front of the Panther goal with 2:00 left. Middlebury regained its three-goal edge when Curtis found a cutting Tom Conley with 55 seconds remaining for a 6-3 halftime advantage. On their initial possession of the third quarter, Connor Roberts brought the Pride to within 6-4 at the 14:34 mark. The Panthers rattled off the final four scores of the quarter, as Sheehan bookended the run when he ripped a left-handed shot from 20 yards out that found the top-right corner at 1:36 for a 10-4 edge. Springfield opened the final quarter with goals from Nocito at 11:10 and Zac Schuette with 8:44 remaining, moving to within four (10-6). Sheehan recorded his career-best sixth goal inside five minutes and Curtis netted the game's final goal with 1:54 left for the 14-6 final. Sheehan paced the Panther offense with a career-high six goals on just nine shots to go along with an assist. Sheehan's six scores top his previous career best of five set against Bowdoin in the Panthers' season opener. Curtis tacked on a pair of goals and a helper. Curtis and Jamin tied for team-high honors with five groundballs, while Andrew Ng had two caused turnovers. Finn O'Connor (4-3) saved 16 of the 22 shots he faced to pick up the win in the Middlebury goal. Nocito finished with two goals and an assist for the Pride, while Betsch won 13-22 faceoffs and scooped up nine rollers. Dean Pesce had 20 saves for Springfield. The Panthers were 23-24 on clear attempts in the contest, while limiting the Pride to 18-23 and forced Springfield into 16 turnovers, including eight in the final quarter.