umass-lowell VS umbc

2021-04-17
umass-lowell
umass-lowell - 7

vs

umbc
umbc - 12
  • Scoring

  • ben peffer ( 2 , 0 )
  • liam mcdonough ( 2 , 0 )
  • kyle laforge ( 2 , 0 )
  • sean parker ( 1 , 0 )
  • dylan rhatigan ( 0 , 1 )
  • kyle love ( 0 , 1 )
  • jake davis ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • ryan frawley ( 3 , 1 )
  • trevor patschorke ( 2 , 2 )
  • nick dupuis ( 1 , 3 )
  • brett mcintyre ( 3 , 0 )
  • taylor bohanan ( 1 , 2 )
  • mason edwards ( 0 , 2 )
  • mike doughty ( 1 , 0 )
  • brandon galloway ( 1 , 0 )
  • steven zichelli ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • ben peffer 4
  • liam mcdonough 3
  • kyle laforge 3
  • sean parker 3
  • dylan rhatigan 3
  • kyle love 1
  • jake davis 2
  • harry morrill 1
  • jake lining 2
  • domenic giachello 2
  • conor foley 1
  • dakota clark 2
  • Shots

  • ryan frawley 7
  • trevor patschorke 10
  • nick dupuis 3
  • brett mcintyre 4
  • taylor bohanan 4
  • mike doughty 1
  • brandon galloway 3
  • steven zichelli 1
  • brian tregoning 3
  • dane hall 3
  • talon campbell 1
  • Ground Balls

  • ben peffer 2
  • liam mcdonough 3
  • sean parker 1
  • dylan rhatigan 1
  • christian moss 1
  • eric flynn 4
  • zach d'amico 2
  • harry morrill 2
  • jake lining 1
  • max christides 2
  • cameron richard 1
  • tanner soudan 2
  • Ground Balls

  • ryan frawley 2
  • trevor patschorke 1
  • brett mcintyre 1
  • taylor bohanan 1
  • mason edwards 2
  • mike doughty 1
  • brandon galloway 1
  • ethan robinson 1
  • alex poma 1
  • colin kasner 6
  • kyle hoff 1
  • ricky fedorchak 1
  • nick doyle 2
  • tony diallo 2
  • justin barragan 1
  • tommy lingner 3
  • Turnovers

  • ben peffer 3
  • kyle laforge 2
  • sean parker 1
  • dylan rhatigan 2
  • eric flynn 1
  • zach d'amico 1
  • jake lining 2
  • domenic giachello 1
  • max christides 1
  • cameron richard 1
  • Turnovers

  • ryan frawley 2
  • trevor patschorke 2
  • nick dupuis 2
  • mason edwards 2
  • brandon galloway 1
  • steven zichelli 1
  • jack thomas 1
  • colin kasner 2
  • ricky fedorchak 1
  • tommy lingner 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • kyle love 2
  • eric flynn 2
  • zach d'amico 1
  • harry morrill 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • ryan frawley 2
  • mason edwards 1
  • ethan robinson 1
  • colin kasner 3
  • nick doyle 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • liam mcdonough 10
  • Faceoffs Won

  • dane armstrong 2
  • alex poma 8
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • liam mcdonough 20
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • dane armstrong 5
  • alex poma 15
  • Saves

  • max christides 13 ( 0.52 )
  • Saves

  • tommy lingner 12 ( 0.63 )
  • Current Records

  • umass-lowell 1 - 8
  • Current Records

  • umbc 1 - 8
UMBC attackmen Ryan Frawley (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) and Brett McIntyre (Calgary, Alberta, Can.) each scored three goals in their final regular season contest at UMBC Stadium, leading the Retrievers to a 12-7 America East Conference win over UMass Lowell. UMBC stayed solidly in the hunt for a conference play-off berth, improving to 6-2 overall and 5-2 in America East play. The River Hawks, who proved to be a tough out, dropped their fifth consecutive game and fell to 1-7, 1-6 AE. The Retrievers honored six players in pre-game ceremonies, including midfielders Marshall Johnson (Shadyside, Md./Southern), long-stick defensive midfielders Justin Barragan (Temecula, Calif.) and Nick Doyle (San Diego, Calif.) and defenseman Nick Griffin (Marriottsville, Md./Liberty). UMBC took advantage of a quick start, scoring three times in the first 2:57. Frawley, a fifth-year senior, tallied just 1:27 into the game, and after an exchange of goals, McIntyre, a graduate student, came from behind the cage and beat UML netminder Max Christides to give the hosts a 3-1 lead. Frawley would complete his hat trick by scoring the final goal of the first quarter and adding a man-up tally just 12 seconds into the second to provide UMBC with a 5-1 advantage. The River Hawks produced a three-goal surge in a span of 2:07 to cut the gap to 5-4. But the Retrievers responded with a 3-0 run before UML's Kyle Laforge cut his side's deficit to 8-5 with a goal as only 22 second remained before the half. UMBC junior attackman Trevor Patschorke (Severna Park, Md./Severna Park) and McIntyre pushed the lead to 10-5 midway through the third period with goals 2:17 apart, but the River Hawks answered again and cut the gap to 10-7 entering the final period. UMBC's defense did not give UML many good looks in the final period and Retriever senior goalkeeper Tommy Lingner (Fort Salonga, N.Y.) sucked up five of his 12 saves in the final 15 minutes. Retriever sophomore attackman Mike Doughty (Glenelg,Md./Glenelg) gave the hosts some breathing room with the team's second extra-man goal of the game at the 9:08 mark of the period and McIntryre completed his second hat-trick of the season to finalized the scoring with 4:00 remaining. Eleven of UMBC's twelve goals drew assists. Patschorke finished the day with two-and-two, while sophomore midfielder Nick Dupuis (Alexandria, Va.) contributed a goal and three assists. Junior midfielder Taylor Bohanan (Arnold, Md./St. Mary's) added a goal and two helpers and short-stick defensive midfielder Mason Edwards (Alexandria, Va.) recorded two assists. Laforge, Ben Peffer and face-off specialist Liam McDonough led the River Hawks with two assists each. Christides made 13 saves for UML, who were outshot, 40-28. UMBC long-stick defensive midfielder Colin Kasner (Crofton, Md./DeMatha) led a balanced effort with five ground balls and added a game-high three caused turnovers. The Retrievers scored on 2-of-3 man-up opportunities, while hold UML scoreless in five chances. Frawley moved into 16th place on UMBC's all-time goals list with 94 and into a tie for 22nd place on the all-time scoring list with 116 points (94-22-116). He has at least one point in 33 consecutive games. UMBC moved into sole possession of third place in the league race, one-half game behind Vermont and one-half game ahead of UAlbany, who were both idle this weekend. The Retrievers face a rematch with first-place Stony Brook on Saturday, April 24 on Long Island. UMBC handed Stony Brook (8-3, 6-1) their lone conference setback of the season, a 13-12, four-overtime triumph on March 6.