March 6, 2012

Game Notes: Lacrosse Hosts #19 Cabrini College

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Preview
Hampden-Sydney (1-2 / 1-0 home) vs. #19 Cabrini (1-2 / 1-1 Away)
Wednesday, March 7 | 3:30 pm | Fulton Field at Lewis C. Everett Stadium

Last Time Out for the Tigers    

  • The Tigers lost on the road at #7 Stevenson, 9-6.
  • The game was tied at the end of each of the first three quarters with a 5-5 score at the end of three.
  • Stevenson scored the last three goals of the game.
  • Micah Keller scored two goals while Thomas Armstrong was the only other goal scorer with two of his own.
  • Ryan Martin assisted on a career-high four goals while Carter Mavromatis handed out an assist on two scores.
  • Freshman David Noftsinger got his first start in goal and made 12 saves.
  • Brad Mostowy was just 6-19 on faceoffs.
  • Nate Norbo had four caused turnovers while Chris Stockinger and Andrew Pritzlaff each had two.
  • Pritzlaff also added a team-high six groundballs while Ben Clarke and Mostowy each had five.
  • H-SC forced 30 Stevenson turnovers and held them to a 1-7 mark on EMOs.
  • H-SC was outshot 35-22.
  • There were 20 combined penalties and 18 EMOs.

Last Time Out for the Cavaliers

  • #17 Cabrini lost at home to #9 Lynchburg 8-7.
  • Brian Hill and Bobby Thorp led Cabrini with two goals apiece.  Mike Leyden, Damian Sobieski, Matt Biegel also found the net.
  • Neither team would score until there was 3:21 left in the first quarter.
  • Cabrini scored the last three goals of the first half to lead 3-2 after two quarters.
  • Lynchburg scored four of the third quarter's five goals to lead 6-4.
  • Cabrini tied the game 4:45 into the fourth, but two Lynchburg goals in 11 seconds (5:13, 5:02) secured the win as Brian Hill scored with 26 seconds left for Cabrini.
  • Cabrini goalie Erick Zarzecki made 10 saves.
  • Anthony DiNenno was 9-18 on face-offs.
  • Cabrini was 1-2 on extra-man opportunities while Lynchburg was 0-3.
  • Lynchburg had nine fourth quarter turnovers after having six in the previous three quarters.

The Last Time These Two Met    

  • #20 Cabrini beat #11 Hampden-Sydney 12-2 in Radnor, PA, on March 9, 2011.
  • Cabrini led 9-2 midway through the third quarter.
  • Cabrini went into halftime up 5-2 after scoring with only one second left on the clock.
  • With the score at 9-2  at 7:06 into the third quarter, H-SC scored six straight to make it 9-6.
  • Cabrini had a four goal lead, 11-7, with just under 10 minutes remaining. H-SC scored the three next goals to cut the lead to one, 11-10, with less than four minutes to play.
  • Cabrini scored a goal with 33 seconds left to secure the win.
  • Seven H-SC players scored, including two goals from Ben Clarke, Carter Mavromatis, and Cole Hawthorne.
  • Mavromatis tallied four assists.
  • Brad Mostowy was 11-22 on face-offs.

In the 2012 National Ranks

  • 10 - Micah Keller, Goals/Game (4.33)
  • 24 - Ground Balls Per Game (39.0)
  • 33 - Assists Per Game (33)
  • 40 - Man-Up Offense (0.35)
  • 42 - Micah Keller, Points/Game (4.67)
  • 45 - Points Per Game (16.0)
  • 54 - Ryan Martin, Points/Game (4.0)
  • 54 - Brad Mostowy, GBs/Game (6.0)
  • 63 - Scoring Offense (9.33)
  • 65 - Man-Down Defense (0.783)
  • 68 - Saves Per Game (11.0)
  • 78 - Scoring Margin (-1.0)
  • 83 - Face-Off Win Percentage (0.457)
  • 83 - Carter Mavromatis, Assists/Game (1.67)
  • 83 - Ryan Martin, Assists/Game (1.67)
  • 86 - Win Percentage (0.333)
  • 95 - Scoring Defense (10.33)
  • 95 - Brad Mostowy, Face-Off Win % (0.47)
  • 112 - Ryan Martin, Goals/Game (2.33)

The Numbers Game    

  • 8 - Micah Keller's rank in career points at H-SC.
  • 6 - Keller's rank in career goals at H-SC.
  • 20 - Combined goals between Keller and Martin.
  • +13 - Turnover margin for the Tigers.
  • 16 - Assists Carter Mavromatis needs to be the all-time leader at H-SC.
  • 34 - Number of shots for Keller.
  • 13 - Number of shots for Nate Cundy, second on the team.

Looking at Cabrini

  • Ranked #19 in the country.
  • Picked to win the Colonial States Athletic Conference, earning all eight first place votes.
  • Defenseman John McSorley is a Second-Team Preseason All-American.
  • The Cavaliers lost two honorable mention All-Americans from last season.
  • Cabrini has lost both of their home games but have won their lone game outside of Radnor, PA.
  • All three of Cabrini's opponents have been ranked in the Top 20.