harvard VS dartmouth

2019-03-23
harvard
harvard - 12

vs

dartmouth
dartmouth - 9
  • Scoring

  • jeremy magno ( 4 , 1 )
  • kyle anderson ( 1 , 2 )
  • myles hamm ( 2 , 0 )
  • isaiah dawson ( 1 , 1 )
  • austin madronic ( 1 , 0 )
  • jack frisoli ( 1 , 0 )
  • nigel andrews ( 1 , 0 )
  • charlie olmert ( 1 , 0 )
  • beau botkiss ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • matt paul ( 4 , 0 )
  • ben martin ( 3 , 1 )
  • george prince ( 0 , 4 )
  • cormac zachar ( 1 , 1 )
  • david gallagher ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • jeremy magno 5
  • kyle anderson 3
  • myles hamm 9
  • isaiah dawson 3
  • austin madronic 5
  • jack frisoli 1
  • nigel andrews 3
  • charlie olmert 4
  • watson cheek 3
  • steven cuccurullo 1
  • kyle salvatore 4
  • Shots

  • matt paul 13
  • ben martin 7
  • george prince 3
  • cormac zachar 1
  • david gallagher 2
  • harlan smart 2
  • jimmy heidt 1
  • mike connolly 1
  • Ground Balls

  • jeremy magno 4
  • kyle anderson 3
  • myles hamm 7
  • isaiah dawson 2
  • austin madronic 3
  • jack frisoli 1
  • nigel andrews 3
  • charlie olmert 3
  • steven cuccurullo 1
  • kyle salvatore 2
  • Ground Balls

  • matt paul 9
  • ben martin 6
  • george prince 3
  • cormac zachar 1
  • david gallagher 1
  • harlan smart 1
  • mike connolly 1
  • Turnovers

  • kyle anderson 1
  • jack frisoli 1
  • beau botkiss 4
  • kyle mullin 9
  • watson cheek 1
  • steven cuccurullo 9
  • kyle salvatore 1
  • jonathan butler 4
  • zach hobbes 1
  • chris rota 1
  • david strupp 3
  • Turnovers

  • matt paul 1
  • ben martin 1
  • david gallagher 1
  • daniel hincks 9
  • james sullivan 1
  • drake schaffner 2
  • peter rizzotti 4
  • jack richardson 2
  • matt erfle 5
  • andrew cave 1
  • foster burnley 1
  • harlan smart 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • jeremy magno 2
  • kyle anderson 1
  • myles hamm 1
  • austin madronic 4
  • jack frisoli 1
  • nigel andrews 3
  • charlie olmert 1
  • beau botkiss 2
  • kyle mullin 3
  • frankie tangredi 1
  • steven cuccurullo 1
  • kyle salvatore 2
  • nick loring 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • matt paul 2
  • ben martin 2
  • george prince 1
  • cormac zachar 1
  • david gallagher 1
  • daniel hincks 1
  • kellen paradine 1
  • peter rizzotti 1
  • matt erfle 2
  • harlan smart 1
  • mike connolly 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • steven cuccurullo 20
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kiernan gunn 2
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • steven cuccurullo 22
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • chris bacotti 1
  • kiernan gunn 14
  • foster burnley 7
  • Saves

  • kyle mullin 13 ( 0.62 )
  • Saves

  • daniel hincks 17 ( 0.59 )
  • Current Records

  • harvard 5 - 8
  • Current Records

  • dartmouth 5 - 8
Daniel Hincks had a career-high 17 saves in Dartmouth men's lacrosse's heartbreaking 12-9 loss to Harvard in the Big Green's Ivy League opener at Scully-Fahey Field on Saturday. Matt Paul, Ben Martin and George Prince all ended the game with four points apiece to lead the team, while Hincks led the team with nine ground balls. "I'm really proud of our effort and toughness," head coach Brendan Callahan said. "Our offense was making a lot of opportunities and I was really happy with this step forward. When we took a 7-5 lead, Harvard did a nice job in the ride. They didn't allow us to win a faceoff in the second and that wore us down and we gave them too many chances. "It was great to see such composure from Danny in his first Ivy game," Callahan continued. "I'm really impressed with him and know he has the chance to be a really good goalie, which he showed today. The difference was in the possession battle and Harvard had more. I give credit to our defense. You just can't give a good team like Harvard that many extra possessions." Both goalies were on point to start the game, stopping any and all attempts in the first five minutes. Dartmouth (2-5, 0-1 Ivy League) broke through first at 9:08 with Martin's 11th tally of the season. The Big Green held on to their lead for five minutes until the Crimson (4-4, 1-1 Ivy League) scored a trio of goals to take control, 3-1. Harvard kept its momentum going in the second and netted one more goal before Dartmouth got its stride back. Four Green tallies in a row (a hat trick by Paul and a collegiate first for Cormac Zachar) put the home team up by one after the first 30 minutes of action (5-4). Having been kept scoreless for almost 20 minutes, the Crimson found the back of the net at 8:54 of the third. The game was tied for just 90 seconds, at which point Martin and Paul added two more to give Dartmouth a 7-5 advantage. Harvard scored two consecutive goals, the last coming with just 1.8 seconds remaining, to tie the score heading into the fourth (7-7). The Crimson scored four more markers to make it six unanswered goals in a row, putting Harvard ahead for the first time since the second quarter. With 4:00 remaining, Martin cut the visitors' run short by completing his hat trick and, less than two minutes later, David Gallagher scored his first goal of the season to get Dartmouth within two (11-9). Harvard scored once more with 32 seconds to go to end the game. The Big Green will play Cornell on the road next Saturday.