jacksonville VS air force

2019-03-30
jacksonville
jacksonville - 7

vs

air force
air force - 14
  • Scoring

  • bo bowhunter ( 3 , 0 )
  • jack dolan ( 2 , 1 )
  • evan tyler ( 1 , 1 )
  • eric applegate ( 1 , 1 )
  • brendan mckenna ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • trey lervick ( 2 , 2 )
  • matthew schwartz ( 2 , 1 )
  • matthew o'rourk ( 1 , 2 )
  • cameron carter ( 2 , 0 )
  • roman rohrbach ( 1 , 0 )
  • christian kuhn ( 1 , 0 )
  • tim baker ( 1 , 0 )
  • gianni orlando ( 1 , 0 )
  • chet dunstan ( 1 , 0 )
  • jack flynn ( 1 , 0 )
  • trent harper ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • bo bowhunter 5
  • jack dolan 6
  • evan tyler 5
  • eric applegate 3
  • brendan mckenna 2
  • alec drosos 1
  • jack heed 1
  • hayden la vangie 1
  • dwayne mattushik 1
  • dixon smith 1
  • jeremy winston 5
  • Shots

  • trey lervick 9
  • matthew schwartz 3
  • matthew o'rourk 2
  • cameron carter 4
  • roman rohrbach 1
  • christian kuhn 3
  • tim baker 6
  • gianni orlando 1
  • chet dunstan 2
  • jack flynn 5
  • trent harper 3
  • ben ward 1
  • quincy peene 1
  • christian marshall 1
  • brandon jones 1
  • cole grindberg 1
  • sterling ceshker 1
  • Ground Balls

  • bo bowhunter 1
  • jack dolan 2
  • evan tyler 2
  • brendan mckenna 1
  • hunter sells 3
  • jack heed 1
  • hayden la vangie 4
  • dixon smith 3
  • griffin corbett 1
  • zack deaken 2
  • andrew mitchell 2
  • jordan young 1
  • Ground Balls

  • trey lervick 2
  • matthew schwartz 2
  • roman rohrbach 1
  • tim baker 1
  • chet dunstan 1
  • jack flynn 3
  • trent harper 10
  • roland wheeler iv 1
  • christian pung 1
  • griffin peene 2
  • kevin cox 1
  • quentin carlile 1
  • brandon jones 8
  • ian mullins 2
  • braden host 4
  • Turnovers

  • jack dolan 2
  • evan tyler 2
  • brendan mckenna 3
  • hunter sells 1
  • alec drosos 1
  • hayden la vangie 3
  • dixon smith 1
  • jeremy winston 1
  • griffin corbett 2
  • andrew mitchell 1
  • jordan young 1
  • Turnovers

  • matthew schwartz 3
  • matthew o'rourk 2
  • cameron carter 1
  • roman rohrbach 2
  • kevin cox 1
  • quentin carlile 1
  • christian marshall 1
  • braden host 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • jack dolan 1
  • brendan mckenna 1
  • dixon smith 2
  • zack deaken 2
  • jordan young 1
  • tommy barnhorst 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • matthew schwartz 1
  • roman rohrbach 1
  • tim baker 1
  • roland wheeler iv 1
  • quentin carlile 1
  • brandon jones 5
  • Faceoffs Won

  • hunter turner 2
  • andrew mitchell 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • trent harper 20
  • ryan lynch 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • hunter turner 12
  • dixon smith 1
  • andrew mitchell 4
  • tommy barnhorst 7
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • trent harper 23
  • ryan lynch 1
  • Saves

  • hunter sells 14 ( 0.50 )
  • Saves

  • ian mullins 1 ( 1.00 )
  • braden host 7 ( 0.50 )
  • Current Records

  • jacksonville 6 - 9
  • Current Records

  • air force 6 - 9
Air Force doubled up Southern Conference foe Jacksonville, 14-7, Saturday afternoon at Falcon Stadium. The Falcons, who are now one of only two teams remaining undefeated in league action, improve to 7-3 overall with a 3-0 mark in the SoCon. The Falcons dominated Jacksonville (3-7, 2-1 SoCon) in the first half, 12-5, outscoring the Dolphins 5-2 in the first quarter and 7-3 in the second. Air Force raced out to a three-nothing lead early on, led by an impressive behind-the-back goal, with almost no angle, from Trey Lervick at the 12:44 mark. Senior teammate Roman Rohrbach followed up with his first goal of the season in an unassisted attack, finishing to the far-side pipe at the 8:36 mark. Junior attack man Matthew Schwartz, who assisted Lervick in the first goal, had the favor return as Lervick fed Schwartz with the give-and-go for a shot and a score. Jacksonville's Bo Bowhunter kept the Dolphins alive, netting two-straight goals to narrow Air Force's lead to one. Lervick killed the momentum with an unassisted goal in transition for his second of the game. Lervick, a native of Woodbury, Minnesota, finished the game with two goals and two assists. He's had four-or-more points in five straight games now, leading the Falcons with 29 goals and 42 points this season. Senior co-team captain Cameron Carter scored his first goal of the season just 12-seconds later, coming off a hard spin-move and delivering top-shelf from 10-yards out. Face off specialist Trent Harper was a nightmare for Jacksonville's face off unit as he won seven-of-eight attempts in the first quarter, losing only one due to a violation. Just over 70-seconds in the second quarter, Carter added his second goal of the game as he faked a shot low then spun out for an off-hand ripper into the upper-90, increasing Air Force's lead to four goals. Carter concluded the game with a season-high two goals. In a man-up situation just 25-seconds later, senior teammate Tim Baker sent a bouncer through the five-hole via Matthew O'Rourk's assist. Baker has scored a goal in five-of-six appearances this season, he has 10 to his credit this year. Chet Dunstan increased the Falcons' lead even more, scoring a goal off a turnover at the 12:10 mark. It was his third goal this season. Trying to keep the game in reach, three-time SoCon Offensive Player of the Week, Jack Dolan, netted an unassisted goal at the 10:54 mark, cutting Air Force's lead to five goals. Harper responded swiftly, winning the ensuing face off and charging down field with a series of fakes to score Air Force's ninth goal. Just over a minute later, in another man-up opportunity, Lervick fed Schwartz who wrapped the ball around his head and into the top shelf of the Dolphins' cage. Less than a minute later, sophomore attack man Christian Kuhn put his name on the score sheet as he ran from behind, busted a quick spin move for an opening and a ripper to center-net. At the 5:41 mark, senior co-team captain Jack Flynn gave the Falcons their largest lead of the game, sending in a rocket from 10-yards straight out off of O'Rourk's second assist, lifting Air Force to a 12-3 lead. Jacksonville found a little spark of energy as they plugged in two goals before the close of the half, entering the locker room at half time trailing by seven. Harper continued to dominate the face off X, winning 9-of-11 attempts in the second quarter, yielding one face off to teammate Ryan lynch and losing one due to another violation. Harper closed the half with 16 face off wins in the bag. The third quarter was quiet on both ends of the field as the teams went scoreless for 14:15 of the quarter. With 45-seconds remaining in the quarter, Eric Applegate scored for the Dolphins in an unassisted attack to cut Air Force's lead to six, 12-6. Harper was 2-2 at the X in the quarter. Jacksonville's Bowhunter was the first to score in the fourth quarter, punching in his hat trick goal via Applegate's assist at the 13:19 mark. It was the last anyone heard from Jacksonville's offense as Air Force closed the game with two-straight goals. Sophomore midfielder plugged in a goal in an unassisted attack at the 8:12 mark, followed up by O'Rourk, who broke his defender's ankles for an opening and delivery to the top shelf of Jacksonville's cage for Air Force's 14th goal of the game. At the final whistle, the Falcons outshot the Dolphins, 45-31, and picked up 20 more ground balls (43-23). Lervick led the squad with nine shots, Baker took six. Air Force finished with its most dominating performance at the face off X all season, winning 21-of-24 attempts. Harper won 20-of-23 (.870) at X, setting a personal season-high mark in face off wins, while also picking up a team season-high 10 ground balls. Brandon Jones was a defensive work horse, forcing a personal and team season-high five caused turnovers while picking up eight ground balls. The Falcon defense caused 10-of-21 Jacksonville turnovers. Sophomore goalkeeper Braden host won his seventh game in the Falcons' cage, making seven saves on the game while picking up four ground balls. Freshman goalkeeper Ian Mullins also recorded a save in the final four minutes of action. Next up, the Falcons take on Southern Conference heavyweight, No. 15 High Point, 12 p.m. ET/10 MT, Saturday, April 6, at Vert Stadium, in High Point, N.C. The Falcons are looking to redeem last season's loss to High Point, while the Panthers are riding high after knocking off two top-ten opponents earlier this season