hartford VS vermont

2017-04-01
hartford
hartford - 15

vs

vermont
vermont - 13
  • Scoring

  • griffin feiner ( 5 , 2 )
  • alec brown ( 3 , 3 )
  • dylan jinks ( 2 , 3 )
  • jaedon henderson ( 2 , 2 )
  • justin huggins ( 2 , 0 )
  • alex borja ( 1 , 0 )
  • doug biondi ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • dawes milchling ( 5 , 1 )
  • alex stanko ( 2 , 1 )
  • cam milligan ( 1 , 2 )
  • ben cox ( 1 , 0 )
  • charlie cobb ( 1 , 0 )
  • matt palmer ( 1 , 0 )
  • liam rischmann ( 1 , 0 )
  • andrew simeon ( 1 , 0 )
  • rob hudson ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • griffin feiner 12
  • alec brown 8
  • dylan jinks 7
  • jaedon henderson 5
  • justin huggins 4
  • alex borja 1
  • trevor o'brien 5
  • conor van duzer 2
  • logan ball 1
  • Shots

  • dawes milchling 8
  • alex stanko 4
  • cam milligan 6
  • ben cox 1
  • charlie cobb 2
  • matt palmer 2
  • liam rischmann 3
  • andrew simeon 1
  • rob hudson 2
  • nick dupuis 1
  • jack knight 3
  • ben french 1
  • charlie erdmann 1
  • Ground Balls

  • griffin feiner 1
  • alec brown 1
  • dylan jinks 1
  • jaedon henderson 3
  • claude bradshaw 1
  • conor van duzer 1
  • chris duffy 1
  • will dulin 1
  • zach elkinson 3
  • brendan gates 1
  • dylan protesto 9
  • logan ball 2
  • ryan vanderford 4
  • Ground Balls

  • dawes milchling 2
  • cam milligan 2
  • ben cox 1
  • matt palmer 1
  • andrew simeon 1
  • rob hudson 1
  • nick washuta 2
  • matt sealy 1
  • mark marciano 1
  • james leary 2
  • andrew duffy 1
  • graham bocklet 1
  • jack knight 2
  • charlie erdmann 4
  • Turnovers

  • griffin feiner 1
  • dylan jinks 1
  • justin huggins 1
  • trevor o'brien 1
  • conor van duzer 2
  • will dulin 1
  • brendan gates 1
  • dylan protesto 1
  • nicholas vazquez 1
  • logan ball 1
  • ryan vanderford 1
  • Turnovers

  • dawes milchling 1
  • ben cox 1
  • charlie cobb 1
  • andrew simeon 1
  • rob hudson 2
  • mark marciano 1
  • james leary 1
  • jack knight 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • alec brown 1
  • jaedon henderson 1
  • conor daley 1
  • will dulin 1
  • brendan gates 1
  • logan ball 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • dawes milchling 1
  • ben cox 1
  • matt palmer 1
  • andrew simeon 1
  • matt sealy 1
  • james leary 2
  • graham bocklet 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • dylan protesto 19
  • Faceoffs Won

  • ben cox 1
  • charlie erdmann 8
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • dylan protesto 28
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • ben cox 5
  • charlie erdmann 23
  • Saves

  • ryan vanderford 9 ( 0.41 )
  • Saves

  • nick washuta 14 ( 0.48 )
  • Current Records

  • hartford 6 - 8
  • Current Records

  • vermont 6 - 8
THE BASICS: RESULT: Hartford 15, Vermont 13 RECORDS: Hartford (4-5, 1-1 AE); Vermont (4-6, 0-3 AE) LOCATION: Virtue Field (Burlington, Vt.) THE LEAD: Five Hawks recorded multiple goals on Saturday afternoon as the University of Hartford men's lacrosse team ran past the Vermont Catamounts, 15-13, on a snowy Virtue Field. Junior Griffin Feiner, who led all scorers with a career-high five goals, also recorded a career high in points (7) en route to becoming the 20th member of Hartford's 100-Point Club. Senior Alec Brown added three goals and three assists for a career-best six points in the outing, which served as a rematch of last season's America East Championship. Hartford also received solid play from Dylan Protesto. The junior dominated the faceoff X with 19 wins in 28 attempts, adding nine ground balls in the win. Dawes Michling paced the Catamounts in the losing effort with six points, scoring five goals while tacking on an assist. THE TURNING POINT: Hartford faced a 5-2 deficit early in the second quarter, but ended the half on a tear by delivering six of the final seven goals to go up by two at the break. Brown, who pulled the Hawks within one goal (5-4) on back-to-back markers with 5:46 left, tied up the score at 6-6 with 38 seconds left in the stanza. The Hawks scored two more times before the end of the half, as Feiner's 100th career point gave Hartford its first lead of the game with 15 seconds remaining before sophomore Alex Borja struck 13 seconds later out of the ensuing faceoff to make it an 8-6 advantage at the break. HOW IT HAPPENED: Four first-quarter saves by Vermont goalie Nick Washuta limited the Hawks' scoring opportunities early on, as the Catamounts jumped out to a 3-2 advantage by the end of the period behind goals from three different players. Alex Stanko kept the offense rolling for the Catamounts in the opening minutes of the second, stretching the lead to three with back-to-back scores at the 11:23 and 10:41 marks of the stanza. Hartford ended the first half on a tear, though, scoring six of the final seven goals to take an 8-6 cushion into the halftime break. Each of Brown's three goals came during that game-deciding stretch, which featured three Hawks' scores within the last 38 seconds of the first half. The Hawks' run continued into the third quarter, as sophomore Dylan Jinks fed senior Jaedon Henderson at the 12:25 mark to expand the advantage to three at 9-6. An Andrew Simeon unassisted score out of the ensuing faceoff closed the gap to two 14 seconds later, but Feiner and Huggins strung together a pair of scores to give the Hawks their largest lead of the afternoon at 11-7 with 8:39 remaining in the third. Despite Vermont closing the gap to one with a 3-0 run, Hartford's cushion proved to be enough. Two scores within an 18-second stretch – a goal from Jinks followed by a Feiner man-up goal - pushed the Hawks' lead back to three with less than two minutes left to play in the third. Feiner went on to account for the Hawks' next two scores, as Hartford began the fourth with a 2-1 spurt to open up a comfortable, 15-11 lead heading into the final 4:51. INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Jinks, Henderson and Huggins also recorded multiple goals on Saturday as the Hawks cranked out 15 goals to tie a season high. Jinks joined Brown with three assists to finish with five points on the afternoon. Hartford outshot Vermont, 45-34, including a 20-7 edge in the decisive second quarter. In addition to holding a 19-9 edge in faceoff wins behind Protesto's dominant effort, the Hawks also won the ground ball battle by a 29-22 count. Protesto won each of his last four at the X in the fourth quarter to help the Hawks hold on to their lead. Washuta finished with 14 saves, a game-high, for Vermont. Vanderford made nine saves between the posts for his 21st career victory. Hartford's man-down unit was solid, limiting the Catamounts to two goals in eight extra-man opportunities. The Hawks converted on 2-of-5 EMO.