maryland VS notre dame

2017-03-04
maryland
maryland - 4

vs

notre dame
notre dame - 5
  • Scoring

  • connor kelly ( 2 , 0 )
  • colin heacock ( 1 , 1 )
  • dylan maltz ( 1 , 0 )
  • matt rambo ( 0 , 1 )
  • jared bernhardt ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • brendan gleason ( 2 , 0 )
  • ryder garnsey ( 1 , 1 )
  • bryan costabile ( 1 , 0 )
  • mikey wynne ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • connor kelly 5
  • colin heacock 3
  • dylan maltz 3
  • matt rambo 3
  • jared bernhardt 3
  • tim rotanz 2
  • Shots

  • brendan gleason 5
  • ryder garnsey 4
  • bryan costabile 3
  • mikey wynne 4
  • pierre byrne 1
  • brendan collins 1
  • peter gayhardt 1
  • sergio perkovic 8
  • timmy phillips 1
  • john sexton 2
  • brian willetts 1
  • Ground Balls

  • colin heacock 2
  • dylan maltz 2
  • jared bernhardt 2
  • bryce young 2
  • matt neufeldt 1
  • tim muller 4
  • austin henningsen 4
  • adam dimillo 1
  • isaiah davis-allen 3
  • curtis corley 2
  • nick brozowski 1
  • dan morris 2
  • Ground Balls

  • ryder garnsey 1
  • bryan costabile 1
  • mikey wynne 1
  • hugh crance 3
  • shane doss 3
  • pierre byrne 2
  • peter gayhardt 1
  • sergio perkovic 1
  • john sexton 3
  • brian willetts 1
  • garrett epple 6
  • pj finley 1
  • pat healy 1
  • jack kielty 1
  • anthony marini 1
  • eric restic 1
  • drew schantz 3
  • Turnovers

  • connor kelly 1
  • colin heacock 4
  • dylan maltz 4
  • matt rambo 4
  • austin henningsen 2
  • isaiah davis-allen 1
  • curtis corley 1
  • nick brozowski 1
  • tim rotanz 1
  • wesley janeck 1
  • Turnovers

  • brendan gleason 1
  • ryder garnsey 2
  • mikey wynne 2
  • shane doss 2
  • pierre byrne 1
  • peter gayhardt 1
  • sergio perkovic 1
  • brian willetts 1
  • garrett epple 2
  • drew schantz 3
  • Caused Turnovers

  • colin heacock 1
  • jared bernhardt 1
  • matt neufeldt 1
  • tim muller 1
  • isaiah davis-allen 2
  • curtis corley 3
  • nick brozowski 1
  • tim rotanz 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • mikey wynne 1
  • peter gayhardt 1
  • john sexton 2
  • garrett epple 4
  • pat healy 1
  • drew schantz 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • austin henningsen 4
  • Faceoffs Won

  • john travisano jr 3
  • pj finley 6
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • austin henningsen 13
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • john travisano jr 3
  • pj finley 10
  • Saves

  • dan morris 13 ( 0.72 )
  • Saves

  • shane doss 6 ( 0.60 )
  • Current Records

  • maryland 16 - 3
  • Current Records

  • notre dame 16 - 3
NOTRE DAME, Ind. - On a day that pitted two of the nation’s top teams against each other, the fourth-ranked University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team (3-0) prevailed in what proved to be a defensive battle, knocking off No. 1 Maryland (4-1) 5-4 at Arlotta Stadium. The Irish have now won two straight games when playing top-ranked teams in the country, as they knocked off Syracuse at Arlotta in 2015. How It Happened The defensive nature of the game was evident from the start as the game remained scoreless after the first quarter. The Irish managed six shots on goal in the first 15 minutes, against just three for the Terrapins. Maryland struck first, however, at the 10:03 mark of the second quarter. The Irish answered just over four minutes later as sophomore Brendan Gleason fired a shot past Maryland's Dan Morris for his fourth goal of the season. Exactly one minute later, Mikey Wynne scored in transition off a perfect feed from Ryder Garnsey for his eighth goal of the season and a 2-1 lead Notre Dame would take into halftime. The Terps and Irish traded goals throughout the third quarter, with Maryland finding the back of the net first to even the score at 2-2 with 11:13 left in the quarter on an extra-man opportunity. Garnsey put the Irish back in front with an unassisted goal from virtually no angle at the 10:25 mark for his team-leading ninth goal of the year. The Irish held a 3-2 lead for the next eight minutes. Maryland again drew even at 2:28 of the third, but it was again short-lived as Bryan Costabile put Notre Dame back on top 4-3, giving the Irish a lead they would not relinquish. Gleason gave the Irish some breathing room early in the fourth, as the sophomore scored his second goal of the game to extend the Irish lead to two goals at 5-3. The Irish defense continued its dominant display, holding onto the two-goal advantage until the game’s final minute, when Maryland scored with 18 seconds remaining. The Irish killed off the final seconds to secure the 5-4 victory and send the capacity crowd of 2,815 into a frenzy. In goal, Shane Doss finished with six saves for Notre Dame, while Maryland's Morris finished with 13 saves.