ohio state VS maryland

2021-04-18
ohio state
ohio state - 8

vs

maryland
maryland - 18
  • Scoring

  • tre leclaire ( 2 , 1 )
  • johnny wiseman ( 2 , 0 )
  • jack myers ( 2 , 0 )
  • jackson reid ( 1 , 1 )
  • connor cmiel ( 1 , 1 )
  • mitchell pehlke ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • jared bernhardt ( 6 , 1 )
  • daniel maltz ( 4 , 1 )
  • kyle long ( 0 , 4 )
  • eric malever ( 1 , 2 )
  • logan wisnauskas ( 1 , 2 )
  • anthony demaio ( 2 , 0 )
  • eric holden ( 1 , 0 )
  • jack koras ( 1 , 0 )
  • logan mcnaney ( 1 , 0 )
  • jack sawyer ( 1 , 0 )
  • ryan siracusa ( 0 , 1 )
  • bubba fairman ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • tre leclaire 6
  • johnny wiseman 5
  • jack myers 8
  • jackson reid 6
  • connor cmiel 1
  • mitchell pehlke 3
  • ryan terefenko 2
  • grant mitchell 2
  • connor mitchell 1
  • griffin hughes 2
  • Shots

  • jared bernhardt 10
  • daniel maltz 5
  • kyle long 1
  • eric malever 1
  • logan wisnauskas 6
  • anthony demaio 4
  • eric holden 1
  • jack koras 2
  • logan mcnaney 1
  • jack sawyer 1
  • bubba fairman 3
  • luke wierman 1
  • roman puglise 2
  • nicholas demaio 1
  • joshua coffman 2
  • griffin brown 1
  • Ground Balls

  • johnny wiseman 1
  • jack myers 1
  • jackson reid 2
  • connor cmiel 4
  • eric wenz 5
  • george walsh 1
  • evan riss 1
  • justin inacio 7
  • jeff henrick 5
  • ryan terefenko 1
  • grant mitchell 1
  • griffin hughes 1
  • stephen zupicich 5
  • Ground Balls

  • logan wisnauskas 2
  • jack koras 2
  • logan mcnaney 4
  • jack sawyer 1
  • alex wicks 1
  • king ripley 1
  • matt rahill 1
  • brett makar 4
  • nick grill 4
  • john geppert 1
  • luke wierman 7
  • roman puglise 2
  • joshua coffman 3
  • chris brandau 1
  • Turnovers

  • tre leclaire 3
  • johnny wiseman 1
  • jackson reid 1
  • connor cmiel 1
  • mitchell pehlke 1
  • justin inacio 3
  • jeff henrick 1
  • griffin hughes 1
  • jacob snyder 2
  • Turnovers

  • jared bernhardt 1
  • daniel maltz 2
  • kyle long 2
  • eric malever 1
  • anthony demaio 5
  • matt rahill 1
  • luke wierman 1
  • roman puglise 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • johnny wiseman 1
  • connor cmiel 1
  • evan riss 1
  • jacob snyder 2
  • carter hilleary 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • jared bernhardt 1
  • kyle long 1
  • logan mcnaney 1
  • justin sherrer 2
  • matt rahill 2
  • nick grill 2
  • john geppert 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • justin inacio 16
  • Faceoffs Won

  • joel trucksess 1
  • luke wierman 13
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • justin inacio 29
  • james hogan 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • joel trucksess 3
  • luke wierman 27
  • Saves

  • alec van de bovenkamp 7 ( 0.28 )
  • Saves

  • logan mcnaney 12 ( 0.63 )
  • chris brandau 1 ( 0.50 )
  • Current Records

  • ohio state 4 - 7
  • Current Records

  • maryland 4 - 7
Maryland captured its fifth regular-season Big Ten Championship with an 18-8 win over Ohio State on Sunday evening at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium. All-time leading goal scorer Jared Bernhardt led Maryland with a career-high tying six goals and added assist for seven points. The Terps remain perfect on the season at 9-0. TITLE TOWN - The Terps won their fifth Big Ten title, previously winning the crown in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. - Maryland has won the Big Ten regular-season title in five of the six seasons a trophy was handed out since joining the conference in 2014-15. Due to COVID-19, a championship was not awarded last season. - Overall, this is Maryland's 42nd conference regular-season our tournament championship, including 35 as members of the ACC. PERFECTION CONTINUES - Maryland has won all nine games this season and all nine by at least four goals to stand at 9-0 with one regular-season game remaining, at rival Johns Hopkins last Saturday. - The last time Maryland started a season at 9-0 was in 1987, when the Terrapins started 12-0 before losing to Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Semifinals. BERNHARDT CONTINUES TO RACK UP GOALS - Jared Bernhardt tied his career high with six goals scored, tying his previous mark set vs. Rutgers back on March 13, 2021. - With his six goals, Bernhardt extends his all-time Maryland goals record to 170. - With his seven points, Bernhardt now has 248 in his career, as he closes in on Matt Rambo's career points record of 257. - Bernhardt scored three consecutive goals in the span of 2:13 as Maryland broke open a 4-3 lead to lead 8-3 at halftime and never looked back. GOALIE GOAL! - Goalie Logan McNaney scored his first career goal on a two man-down situation, 2:04 into the second half. - McNaney launched the ball about 60 yards into an open net with the Terps two men down. - It is believed to be the first Maryland goal scored by a goalie since Jim Beardmore scored against UMBC on May 4, 1985. MORE MALTZ - Daniel Maltz tallied four goals and added an asisst for a five-point game. - It was his 10th career hat trick and 10th career multi-goal game. WIS-KING UP THE LISTS - Logan Wisnauskas had a goal and two assists for three points, his 45th career multi-point game. - With the goal, Wisnauskas is now tied for eighth in career goals with Pete Worstell (1977-81). - With three points, Wisnauskas passed legend Frank Urso for sixth in career points and now has 209. DEFENSE ROCKS AGAIN - Maryland's defense continues to impress. McNaney recorded 12 saves, allowing just seven goals. - The Terps allowed just eight goals, marking the 30th consecutive win when allowing less than 10 goals. - All-American close defenseman candidates Nick Grill and Brett Makar each had four groundballs. Grill added two caused turnovers. LONG AND SHORT OF IT - Kyle Long equalled his career-high with four assists. He also had four back on May 12, 2019 against Towson in the NCAA Tournament. BIG DAY FOR KORAS FAMILY - Jack Koras his fourth goal of the season, when he scored with 2:05 left in the first half. - His brother Will Koras, a member of Maryland's golf team, recorded a hole-in-one in an event at Penn State on Sunday. FIRSTS - In addition to McNaney scoring his first career goal, two other Terps marked for the first time by hitting the back of the cage. - Sophomore Jack Sawyer scored his first college goal with 3:07 left in the game. - Transfer Eric Holden, who scored 97 goals in career at Hobart, netted his first as a Terp with 1:21 left in the game, for the 18th and final goal for Maryland. - Sophomore Ryan Siracusa had his first college assist on Sawyer's goal. NEXT UP - The Terps finish the regular-season at Johns Hopkins next Saturday at 2 p.m., in a game that will air on ESPNU.