monmouth VS siena

2021-03-13
monmouth
monmouth - 7

vs

siena
siena - 6
  • Scoring

  • dwayne mattushik ( 2 , 0 )
  • anthony sardo ( 1 , 1 )
  • connor macrae ( 0 , 2 )
  • andrew duswalt ( 1 , 0 )
  • scooter whiteside ( 1 , 0 )
  • david cormack ( 1 , 0 )
  • max brooks ( 1 , 0 )
  • rudy beck ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • jack kiernan ( 2 , 1 )
  • dylan pantalone ( 2 , 1 )
  • colin gleason ( 1 , 1 )
  • seth van schepen ( 1 , 0 )
  • brendan lantieri ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • dwayne mattushik 3
  • anthony sardo 4
  • connor macrae 6
  • andrew duswalt 4
  • scooter whiteside 1
  • david cormack 3
  • max brooks 11
  • zach clemente 6
  • matt karsian 1
  • mike mcintyre 3
  • cade stratton 5
  • brock anderson 4
  • Shots

  • jack kiernan 7
  • dylan pantalone 5
  • colin gleason 5
  • seth van schepen 5
  • brendan lantieri 1
  • christian watts 2
  • nick casner 2
  • brett habich 1
  • tyler menniti 1
  • george rusnak 2
  • Ground Balls

  • dwayne mattushik 1
  • anthony sardo 1
  • connor macrae 2
  • andrew duswalt 2
  • max brooks 2
  • rudy beck 4
  • chris hervada 8
  • matt karsian 1
  • cade stratton 3
  • jack gertie 1
  • conor tuturice 3
  • garrett klurman 1
  • ryan morris 1
  • patrick orapello 1
  • michael quigg 1
  • dillon smart 5
  • matt soutar 8
  • brock anderson 1
  • noah lode 2
  • Ground Balls

  • jack kiernan 4
  • dylan pantalone 1
  • colin gleason 2
  • seth van schepen 3
  • brendan lantieri 1
  • christopher yanchoris 5
  • tyler menniti 2
  • stephen rinck 1
  • trevor marsala 4
  • jake marcus 1
  • dan maloney 2
  • braedon labar 2
  • colton hart 4
  • Turnovers

  • dwayne mattushik 1
  • connor macrae 2
  • max brooks 1
  • rudy beck 2
  • zach clemente 1
  • cade stratton 2
  • ryan morris 1
  • dillon smart 1
  • brock anderson 2
  • Turnovers

  • jack kiernan 3
  • dylan pantalone 4
  • seth van schepen 4
  • brendan lantieri 1
  • christian watts 1
  • christopher yanchoris 1
  • nick casner 1
  • brett habich 1
  • george rusnak 1
  • braedon labar 1
  • colton hart 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • chris hervada 2
  • conor tuturice 5
  • garrett klurman 1
  • dillon smart 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • jack kiernan 1
  • colin gleason 1
  • trevor marsala 2
  • colton hart 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • matt soutar 13
  • Faceoffs Won

  • brandon meir 4
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • matt soutar 17
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • brandon meir 15
  • jake marcus 2
  • Saves

  • noah lode 12 ( 0.67 )
  • Saves

  • christopher yanchoris 26 ( 0.79 )
  • Current Records

  • monmouth 7 - 3
  • Current Records

  • siena 7 - 3
Dwayne Mattushik's goal with 2.7 seconds left in regulation sent the game to overtime before Andrew Duswalt capped off a thrilling double-overtime victory for the Monmouth University men's lacrosse team over Siena on Saturday afternoon at Hickey Field. The Hawks held a 5-2 halftime lead prior to a run of four consecutive goals from the Saints made it 6-5 with 11 minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Monmouth continued to apply pressure on the Siena defense and goalie Chris Yanchoris, who finished with 26 saves, before Mattushik found the back of the net to extend the game. Monmouth outshot Siena 12-2 in the overtime periods and finally found the winner when Duswalt scooped up a rebound and beat Yanchoris, giving the Hawks the 7-6 win. NOTES & QUOTES "I'm really happy for our guys that we came away with the win today in a tough conference battle. Even more so our staff is proud of the toughness, resiliency and grit with which we played to find a way to win against a tough Siena team. With everything we've endured these last few months it felt great to be out on the field again this weekend playing and competing. On the one hand we are coming up on the middle of March already and it feels like we should be hitting our stride in the middle of our season. However, on the other hand we are only two games into the spring and still a little off in some areas and have a lot of things we can sharpen up. It always is a great feeling to come away with a win especially in overtime so we will enjoy this one over the weekend and get back to work on Monday." - Head Coach Brian Fisher "Every conference game will be a hard fought game and that was certainly the case today. It was a little closer than we would have liked, but starting conference play with a win and advancing to 2-0 on the season will always feel great." - Senior Captain Chris Hervada - Monmouth moved to 6-1 all-time against Siena. - The Hawks have won six straight meetings with the Saints. - Monmouth has its first 2-0 start since the 2016 season. - MU moved to 3-4 all-time in MAAC opening games. - Monmouth improved to 4-4 all-time in road-opening games. - The Hawks wore their blue chrome helmets with midnight blue jerseys and white shorts. NUMBERS CRUNCH - Dwayne Mattushik scored twice for the second consecutive game. - Mattushik leads the Hawks with four goals this season and his game-tying goal was a man-up tally. - Anthony Sardo scored his 27th career goal and extended his program record with his 12th career man-up goal. Sardo has scored in each of Monmouth's first two games. He also added an assist, giving him 33 career points. - Max Brooks scored his first goal of the season and the 12th of his career. Brooks has at least one point in his last three games and 23 career points. - Scooter Whiteside, David Cormack and Andrew Duswalt each scored their first goals of the year in the win. - Whiteside's goal was the second of his career and he has a three-game point streak. - Cormack now has 10 career goals and Duswalt's game winner was his first-career goal. - Connor Macrae had two assists, his first-career multi-point game. - Rudy Beck added an assist in the victory, his first point of 2021. - Noah Lode made a season-high 12 saves. - Matt Soutar went 13-for-17 at the faceoff X, including nine straight faceoff wins to close out the game. Soutar's 13 wins are tied for the sixth most in a game in Monmouth program history and are the most since Ian Weinberg won 14 against Manhattan on April 13, 2019. - Soutar and Chris Hervada each picked up eight ground balls. Both efforts are tied for second on Monmouth's single game list. - Dillon Smart added five ground balls, giving him 90 for his career. Hervada's 99 career ground balls are fifth in team history, with Smart in sixth. - Conor Tuturice set a career high with five caused turnovers, tied for third in Monmouth history for a single game. - Hervada contributed two caused turnovers, giving him 41 for his career. Hervada is the fourth player in school history to reach 40 career caused turnovers. - Monmouth scored twice in man-up situations and the Hawks are now 4-for-9 with the extra man in 2021. - Monmouth outshot Siena 51-31 in the game, including 33-18 in shots on goal. It was the second time in Monmouth history the team had more than 50 shots in a game. - Siena turned the ball over 26 times, including 10 forced by the Hawks. - Monmouth set a new program record with 49 ground balls. - The Hawks won their first overtime game since March 18, 2017 at Quinnipiac. They improved to 3-6 all-time in overtime contests and 3-2 in conference overtime games. - Monmouth improved to 2-0 this year and 23-3 all-time when holding its opponent to six goals or less. - The Hawks have outscored their opponents 7-1 in the second quarter of games this season. UP NEXT Monmouth will host Marist next Saturday at Kessler Stadium at 1 p.m.