detroit VS air force

2019-03-06
detroit
detroit - 9

vs

air force
air force - 19
  • Scoring

  • seth mendell ( 4 , 2 )
  • matthew vangalen ( 1 , 3 )
  • brett erskine ( 1 , 1 )
  • cam kostus ( 1 , 1 )
  • connor bennardo ( 1 , 0 )
  • matt blevins ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • trey lervick ( 4 , 1 )
  • matthew schwartz ( 3 , 2 )
  • august johnson ( 3 , 0 )
  • tim baker ( 3 , 0 )
  • cameron carter ( 0 , 3 )
  • jake thornally ( 2 , 0 )
  • jack flynn ( 1 , 1 )
  • trent harper ( 1 , 1 )
  • matthew o'rourk ( 0 , 2 )
  • chet dunstan ( 1 , 0 )
  • quincy peene ( 1 , 0 )
  • caden wolfson ( 0 , 1 )
  • kevin cox ( 0 , 1 )
  • sterling ceshker ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • seth mendell 4
  • matthew vangalen 6
  • brett erskine 3
  • cam kostus 4
  • connor bennardo 1
  • matt blevins 2
  • ryan figueiras 1
  • emmett green 1
  • paul manuszak 1
  • ollie nigh 2
  • matt turner 1
  • Shots

  • trey lervick 6
  • matthew schwartz 5
  • august johnson 10
  • tim baker 6
  • cameron carter 2
  • jake thornally 3
  • jack flynn 1
  • trent harper 1
  • matthew o'rourk 1
  • chet dunstan 1
  • quincy peene 3
  • kevin cox 1
  • gianni orlando 2
  • christian marshall 1
  • brandon jones 3
  • jeremiah hemme 1
  • blake gillund 2
  • Ground Balls

  • ryan figueiras 1
  • paul manuszak 4
  • ollie nigh 1
  • alex akins 1
  • david beacom 1
  • sam horton 1
  • alex jarzembowski 3
  • mason kamminga 1
  • brent lubin 2
  • sam mcclain 3
  • logan shamblin 1
  • Ground Balls

  • trey lervick 2
  • matthew schwartz 2
  • august johnson 3
  • jack flynn 4
  • trent harper 4
  • matthew o'rourk 1
  • sterling ceshker 3
  • stephen parker 1
  • vince lombardi 2
  • quentin carlile 3
  • christian marshall 1
  • brandon jones 5
  • jeremiah hemme 1
  • ian mullins 1
  • braden host 5
  • Turnovers

  • seth mendell 5
  • matthew vangalen 3
  • brett erskine 2
  • connor bennardo 1
  • ryan figueiras 2
  • ollie nigh 1
  • david beacom 1
  • logan shamblin 2
  • Turnovers

  • matthew schwartz 4
  • august johnson 1
  • tim baker 1
  • jack flynn 2
  • quincy peene 1
  • kevin cox 1
  • roland wheeler iv 1
  • cole grindberg 1
  • vince lombardi 2
  • brandon jones 2
  • ian mullins 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • matthew vangalen 1
  • brett erskine 1
  • alex akins 2
  • sam mcclain 1
  • john kailunas iii 1
  • mike sforza 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • matthew schwartz 1
  • vince lombardi 3
  • quentin carlile 1
  • brandon jones 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • alex jarzembowski 13
  • Faceoffs Won

  • trent harper 17
  • ryan lynch 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • jacob prinz 2
  • alex jarzembowski 29
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • trent harper 24
  • brian michael 2
  • ryan lynch 5
  • Saves

  • logan shamblin 10 ( 0.34 )
  • Saves

  • ian mullins 4 ( 0.67 )
  • braden host 3 ( 0.30 )
  • Current Records

  • detroit 8 - 7
  • Current Records

  • air force 8 - 7
Four Falcon lacrosse players registered hat tricks to command a 19-9 victory over the University of Detroit in a Wednesday afternoon matinee at Falcon Stadium. The Falcons, who scored a season high 19 goals, improve to 4-2 on the season while Detroit Mercy drops to 3-2. Air Force's Coloradan and Minnesotan representatives had a highlight-reel of a day as five Falcons, two from Minnesota and three from Colorado, combined for 13 goals in the assault. Of the four Falcons with hat tricks, it was Trey Lervick who led the way with four goals and an assist on the day. The senior from Woodbury, Minnesota, has four hat tricks this season, two of which were four-goal performances. Lervick leads the squad with 15 goals this season. Junior attack man Matthew Schwartz of Mahtomedi, Minnesota, added three goals and two assists to his stat line to tie Lervick in offensive productivity in the game. The Minnesotan combo combined for seven goals in the game. Schwartz has eight goals and seven assists this season. Tim Baker was the second Falcon to finalize a hat trick on the score sheet, netting three goals in six shot attempts. Baker, who has only played in two games this season after coming off an injury, registered his second-straight hat trick of the season. Baker and Lervick led the game with six shots on goal apiece. The only Falcon to have more goals than Lervick and Baker in the last two games combined (6) is freshman breakout August Johnson who registered his second-straight hat trick, netting three goals with a game-high 10 shot attempts. He has seven goals in the last two games. Before Johnson got his first collegiate start against Canisius last week, he took only one shot in four appearances. In the last two games, both of which Johnson started in, the Colorado Springs, Colorado, product has the team's season-high mark in single-game shots taken; he is the only Falcon to take 10 or more shots in a game --he's done it twice now. Coloradan teammates Jake Thornally and Chet Dunstan put on for the Box State as duo combined for three goals, bringing the Colorado natives' total goal count to six. Thornally netted two goals while Dunstan put one between the pipes. Co-team captain Jack Flynn and teammate Quincy Peene added a goal apiece in the onslaught, marking their sixth and third goals of the season, respectfully. Flynn added an assist to his stat line as well. Senior face-off specialist Trent Harper had a stellar game as well as the Birmingham, Alabama, native dominated the face-off X, winning 17-of-24 attempts (.708) to set a season-high mark. Harper, who also registered an assist in the game, punched in Air Force's 12th goal off of a face-off win. He has been victorious at the face-off X in five of the last six games this season. Senior co-team captain Cameron Carter was a key component in opening up the Falcons' offense as veteran attack man led the team with a game-high three assists. He has assists five this season. Sophomore Matthew O'Rourk tallied two assists in the game followed up by teammates Kevin Cox, Caden Wolfson and Sterling Ceshker who all tallied an assist apiece. The Falcons' 13 assists on the game marked a season-high for Air Force. Senior co-team captain Brandon Jones and sophomore defender Vince Lombardi anchored the staunch Air Force defense, which has proven to be nightmarish for opponents, as they combined for seven ground balls and six caused turnovers on the game. Jones picked up five ground balls, marking his second-straight game of leading the field in ground balls. Lombardi added two ground balls to his stat line and they both recorded three caused turnovers. Jones leads the squad with 33 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers this season. Detroit Mercy was led by junior attack man Seth Mendel who recorded a game-high six points from four goals and two assists. Five of his Titan teammates combined for the other five goals. Titan goalkeeper Logan Shamblin, who registered all 60-mints of action, made 10 saves on the day. Next up, the Falcons hit the road to open the Southern Conference slate against the Mercer Bears at noon ET, Saturday, March 16, in Macon, Georgia. The Falcons lead the Bears in the all-time series, 7-1. Quarter by Quarter Breakdown First Quarter: Air Force 7, Detroit Mercy 2 Air Force jumped out to an early 4-0 lead with goals from Johnson (Flynn), Lervick (Schwartz), Schwartz (Lervick) and Baker (Carter). The Titans capitalized on two man-up opportunities, scoring two-straight goals to get within two. Baker (unassisted), Schwartz (Harper) and Johnson (Carter) took the wind out of the sails by rattling off three-straight goals in a 62-second span, highlighted by Johnson's goal off of a designed play with one-second remaining in the quarter. Second Quarter: Air Force 12, Detroit Mercy 5 Lervick finalized his hat trick just over two-minutes into the second-quarter as he rattled of a pair of goals (Schwartz, Ceshker) early on. Jake Thornally (unassisted) followed up with his first-of-two goals two-minutes later. In an attempt to keep the game in reach, Seth Mendell scored two in a row (Vangalen, unassisted) to bring the score to 10-4 in favor of the Falcons. Kevin Cox connected with Jack Flynn for a goal in response, but Mendell rebutted with his hat trick goal (unassisted) moments later. Harper closed the half with a goal from the face-off win (unassisted). Third Quarter: Air Force 15, Detroit Mercy 7 The Falcons bullied their way into the third quarter as Lervick (Wolfson), Baker (Carter) and Peene (unassisted) scored the first three goals of the half unanswered. The Titans, who were 3-7 in extra-man opportunities on the day, scored their sixth goal courtesy of Vangalen (Erskine) in the man-up opportunity. The added their seventh goal moments later as Blevins (Vangalen) punched in the final goal of the quarter. Fourth Quarter: Air Force 19, Detroit Mercy 9 Air Force began driving nails into the coffin, scoring the first four goals in the final quarter. Dunstan (unassisted) and Thornally (unassisted) put in the first two, followed by Schwartz (O'Rourk) and Johnson (O'Rourk) in two different man-up opportunities to bring the Falcons to their final tally at 19. Erskine (Mendell) and Bennardo (Mandell) closed the game with a goal apiece to bring the Titans' scoring total to nine.