vermont VS pennsylvania

2019-04-27
vermont
vermont - 10

vs

pennsylvania
pennsylvania - 12
  • Scoring

  • david closterman ( 4 , 0 )
  • dawes milchling ( 3 , 1 )
  • sal iaria ( 1 , 3 )
  • jack knight ( 1 , 0 )
  • ben french ( 1 , 0 )
  • thomas mcconvey ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • sam handley ( 4 , 1 )
  • adam goldner ( 2 , 1 )
  • simon mathias ( 1 , 2 )
  • tyler dunn ( 1 , 0 )
  • kyle gallagher ( 1 , 0 )
  • joe licciardi ( 1 , 0 )
  • sean lulley ( 1 , 0 )
  • mitch bartolo ( 1 , 0 )
  • dylan gergar ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • david closterman 5
  • dawes milchling 8
  • sal iaria 4
  • jack knight 5
  • ben french 7
  • liam rischmann 4
  • rob hudson 1
  • Shots

  • sam handley 7
  • adam goldner 4
  • simon mathias 3
  • tyler dunn 6
  • kyle gallagher 3
  • joe licciardi 1
  • sean lulley 2
  • mitch bartolo 3
  • dylan gergar 1
  • alex roesner 2
  • alex demarco 1
  • Ground Balls

  • sal iaria 1
  • jack knight 1
  • ben french 2
  • liam rischmann 1
  • nick washuta 1
  • chris cote 1
  • warren jeffrey 1
  • will jones 2
  • alex semler 1
  • andrew simeon 7
  • Ground Balls

  • simon mathias 1
  • tyler dunn 1
  • kyle gallagher 13
  • sean lulley 1
  • keyveat postell 2
  • bj farrare 4
  • mark evanchick 1
  • piper bond 1
  • reed junkin 2
  • Turnovers

  • dawes milchling 1
  • sal iaria 2
  • jack knight 2
  • rob hudson 1
  • will jones 2
  • Turnovers

  • sam handley 1
  • adam goldner 3
  • tyler dunn 2
  • joe licciardi 3
  • sean lulley 1
  • mitch bartolo 2
  • dylan gergar 1
  • bj farrare 1
  • mark evanchick 1
  • piper bond 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • david closterman 1
  • ben french 2
  • warren jeffrey 1
  • will jones 2
  • andrew simeon 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • simon mathias 1
  • matt mcilwrick 1
  • bj farrare 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • alex semler 6
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kyle gallagher 18
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • alex semler 21
  • andrew simeon 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • kyle gallagher 24
  • Saves

  • nick washuta 13 ( 0.52 )
  • Saves

  • reed junkin 10 ( 0.50 )
  • Current Records

  • vermont 8 - 7
  • Current Records

  • pennsylvania 8 - 7
The University of Pennsylvania men's lacrosse team closed the 2019 regular season with its ninth consecutive win, downing Vermont, 12-10, in the IMLCA Game of the Week at Wilton High School. A pair of Sam Handley goals in the final 6:17 of play broke a 10-10 tie and extended the nation's longest winning streak as No. 5 Penn improved to 9-3 overall. Handley finished with five points, scoring four goals and adding an assist. His third goal of the game gave the Quakers an 11-10 lead just 28 seconds after the Catamounts had tied the game. He would add insurance with an extra-man goal with 4:02 remaining. Junior Adam Goldner had two goals in the game, setting a new Penn record for goals in a season with 46. The previous mark was 44 set by John Shoemaker in 1987. Notes To Know This was the first-ever meeting between Penn and Vermont in men's lacrosse. The Quakers have now won nine games in a row, tied with Penn State for the longest active winning streak in Division I lacrosse. Nine wins in a row is tied for the second-longest winning streak all-time by a Penn team, trailing only the 1984 team that won 12 in a row. The Quakers also won nine in a row in 1964-65. Penn's 12 goals scored are the fewest scored in a Penn win this season. Adam Goldner (46g, 7a) and Sam Handley (31g, 22a) are tied for the team lead with 53 points – each is now tied for No. 10 all-time in points in a season by a Quaker. Simon Mathias had a goal and two assists to extend the nation's longest active goal-scoring streak to 32 and the nation's second-longest point-scoring streak to 55 – every game of his career. Mathias is No. 4 all-time at Penn in goals (108) and assists (176). Goldner now ranks No. 9 all-time at Penn in goals with 85. He has a goal in 21 consecutive games. Kyle Gallagher was 18-for-24 on faceoffs, including a 13-for-14 performance in the first half. He added 13 ground balls and scored Penn's first goal of the game just 0:09 after the Catamounts had taken a 1-0 lead. Reed Junkin made 10 saves, seven of which came in the second half. Penn is 8-1 this season in games where Junkin's save percentage is .500 or above. How It Happened. The Quakers have been a fast starting team this season, and continued that tradition with a 5-2 lead after 15:00 of play. The Catamounts scored first, but the Red and Blue countered with five consecutive goals to take a 5-1 lead. Gallagher scored just 0:09 after Vermont took the lead, then Goldner scored his record-breaker 0:43 after to give Penn its first lead. The Quakers went quick-strike again to extend their lead, Joe Licciardi and Sam Handley scoring 0:35 apart midway through the first quarter followed by Goldner's second of the game two minutes later. In the second quarter, the two teams traded goals with each netting three. Penn's three goals came from its starting midfield line as Handley, Tyler Dunn and Mitch Bartolo each scored unassisted goals. Vermont would find momentum with a goal right before halftime as Dawes Milchling scored with 0:07 left. Milchling would then open the second half with an extra-man goal 2:15 into the third quarter. Vermont would ultimately go on a 6-2 run to tie the game, finally pulling even via a Jack Knight goal with 6:45 to play. The Quakers would not let the catamounts regain the lead. Gallagher won the ensuing faceoff and Handley would fire home a goal to give Penn an 11-10 lead just 0:38 after Vermont levelled the game. Junkin would make a big stop on Sal Iaria with 5:19 remaining, sending Penn in transition which ultimately led to a slashing penalty on Vermont and an EMO for the Quakers. Handley would then score 0:19 into the one-minute penalty and give Penn all the lead it would need. Vermont had chances in the final minutes, but Junkin made one final save with 3:13 left and BJ Farrare caused a turnover with 0:46 remaining that stalled out Vermont's final try. The Quakers will play Brown in the semifinals of the 2019 Ivy League Tournament at Columbia. The semifinals are set for 6 p.m. on May 3 on ESPNU.