johns hopkins VS towson

2017-03-11
johns hopkins
johns hopkins - 8

vs

towson
towson - 13
  • Scoring

  • john crawley ( 3 , 1 )
  • kyle marr ( 2 , 0 )
  • joel tinney ( 1 , 0 )
  • cody radziewicz ( 1 , 0 )
  • patrick fraser ( 1 , 0 )
  • shack stanwick ( 0 , 1 )
  • wilkins dismuke ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • joe seider ( 4 , 0 )
  • ryan drenner ( 3 , 1 )
  • alex woodall ( 2 , 1 )
  • tyler young ( 2 , 1 )
  • mike lynch ( 1 , 0 )
  • jon mazza ( 1 , 0 )
  • brian bolewicki ( 0 , 1 )
  • tyler konen ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • john crawley 9
  • kyle marr 2
  • joel tinney 1
  • cody radziewicz 1
  • patrick fraser 2
  • shack stanwick 1
  • austin spencer 1
  • kieran eissler 1
  • connor reed 1
  • forry smith 1
  • cole williams 2
  • alex concannon 1
  • Shots

  • joe seider 7
  • ryan drenner 7
  • alex woodall 2
  • tyler young 6
  • mike lynch 3
  • jon mazza 4
  • brian bolewicki 4
  • tyler konen 1
  • matt wylly 1
  • cole robertson 2
  • Ground Balls

  • john crawley 1
  • joel tinney 2
  • patrick fraser 1
  • shack stanwick 1
  • austin spencer 1
  • kieran eissler 1
  • connor reed 1
  • forry smith 2
  • tal bruno 1
  • nick fields 3
  • trevor koelsch 1
  • robert kuhn 1
  • craig madarasz 2
  • jack rapine 1
  • brock turnbaugh 1
  • Ground Balls

  • joe seider 1
  • ryan drenner 2
  • alex woodall 9
  • tyler young 2
  • mike lynch 1
  • jon mazza 1
  • tyler konen 1
  • josh miller 2
  • cole robertson 1
  • chad patterson 1
  • tyler mayes 3
  • zach goodrich 4
  • sid ewell 1
  • jimmy case 1
  • jack adams 2
  • Turnovers

  • john crawley 1
  • joel tinney 1
  • cody radziewicz 1
  • patrick fraser 2
  • shack stanwick 1
  • kieran eissler 1
  • forry smith 1
  • trevor koelsch 1
  • robert kuhn 1
  • jack rapine 1
  • Turnovers

  • ryan drenner 3
  • tyler young 1
  • jon mazza 1
  • tyler konen 1
  • josh miller 2
  • gray bodden 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • joel tinney 1
  • shack stanwick 1
  • austin spencer 1
  • jack rapine 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • ryan drenner 1
  • tyler mayes 5
  • zach goodrich 2
  • jack adams 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • craig madarasz 9
  • Faceoffs Won

  • alex woodall 16
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • craig madarasz 21
  • matt ledwin 4
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • alex woodall 25
  • Saves

  • gerald logan 6 ( 0.46 )
  • brock turnbaugh 5 ( 0.46 )
  • Saves

  • josh miller 6 ( 0.43 )
  • Current Records

  • johns hopkins 8 - 7
  • Current Records

  • towson 8 - 7
TOWSON, Md. – Behind a total team effort, the No. 17 Towson University men's lacrosse team took down sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins University Saturday afternoon, giving the Tigers their first set of back-to-back home wins over the Blue Jays in program history. Towson (4-1) got goals from six different sources, including four from senior attackman Joe Seider. Eight different Tigers got a point while limiting the Blue Jays (4-2) to just 23 shots in the contest. How it Happened The Tigers and Blue Jays traded goals during the first quarter. Towson got on the board first as Seider scored on a Tyler Young assist at 13:33. Johns Hopkins responded with an unassisted John Crawley goal at 8:06. Young regained Towson's lead with an unassisted goal at 4:16. With under a minute remaining in the first quarter, the Blue Jays evened the scoring as Kyle Marr got one past Tiger keeper Josh Miller unassisted. Johns Hopkins opened the second quarter scoring as Crawley tallied his second unassisted goal of the day at 14:11. Just nine seconds later, Towson responded as Seider scored his second of the day and 100th career goal. Seider's goal came on a pass from faceoff specialist Alex Woodall. Johns Hopkins responded with a man-up goal on a pushing call to Gray Bodden. Fraser Patrick scored assisted by Dismuke Wilkins at 12:26. Towson closed out the first half with a three-goal run. Woodall scored unassisted at 12:20, followed by a Mike Lynch goal from Tyler Konen at 10:02. Jon Mazza closed out the second quarter with a goal from Ryan Drenner at 3:12. The Tigers continued their scoring rush in the third quarter. Young netted his second of the day, unassisted, with 14:07 on the clock. Johns Hopkins ended the Towson's 4-0 run with an unassisted goal by Cody Radziewicz just over a minute later. Seider scored his third goal of the day, a 30 second goal as by Brian Bolewicki hit him with a pass at 8:10. The Blue Jays brought the game back within two goals at 7:22 as Marr scored from Crawley. The Tigers regained its three goal lead, 9-6, as Drenner netted a 30 second goal with 1:38 remaining in the third quarter. Towson opened the fourth quarter with an unassisted goal from Seider at 12:46. Johns Hopkins scored at 11:08 as Joel Tinney tallied an unassisted goal to make the game 10-7. That would prove to be the closest the Blue Jays got for the rest of the game. Towson responded five seconds later with Woodall's second of the day, once again unassisted at 11:03. The Tigers continued their offensive push as Drenner scored a 30 second goal at 9:01. Johns Hopkins netted its final goal of the game with 7:18 left on the clock as Crawley scored his third of the day. Towson secured the 13-8 win over the Blue Jays with an unassisted goal from Drenner with 43 seconds remaining. Behind the Numbers Towson outshot Johns Hopkins 37-23, marking the fifth-straight game the Tigers have outshot their opponent. Drenner and Seider both had a team-best seven shots. Woodall went 16-25 at the faceoff X while his counterpart Craig Madarasz won nine. Matt Ledwin went 0-4 at the faceoff X. The Tigers dominated the X in the fourth quarter as Woodall and his wingmates won all seven draws. Towson recorded 32 ground balls to Hopkins' 20. Woodall snapped up a team-best nine ground balls. Johns Hopkins capitalized on extra-man opportunities, scoring on one of their two chances. The Tigers had one extra-man chance in the fourth quarter but was unable to score. Seider scored a team-best four goals, matching his career high for the fifth time. He scored his 100th career goal with his second of the day, becoming the seventh player in program history and 10th player in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play with 100 career goals. Drenner recorded his second-straight hat trick of the season. He has scored two or more goals in all five games for Towson this season. It was the program's first win over Johns Hopkins as a sixth-ranked team. The Tigers got their first win over the team ranked sixth by the USILA since besting Virginia 10-8 on March 17, 2007. Miller made six stops in goal for the Tigers, while his counterpart, Gerald Logan stopped six Towson efforts over 32 minutes in net. Brock Turnbaugh made five saves over 27 minutes of play.