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Hampden-Sydney (1-3) vs. Colorado College (1-0)
Sunday, March 11 | 1 pm Eastern/Noon Central | Dallas, TX | Southern Methodist University | Mustang Stadium
Last Time Out for H-SC
- The Tigers lost at home 13-11 to #19 Cabrini on Wednesday.
- Cabrini led 3-1 after one quarter, 7-3 at halftime, and 10-6 after three quarters.
- Cabrini scored on their first two man-up attempts then failed to score on their last seven tries.
- H-SC struggled on the EMO, going just 1-7.
- The Tigers cut the deficit to 8-6 with 6:32 left in the third quarter.
- H-SC found themselves down 11-7 with 8:57 to go in the game and scored four straight goals to tie the game at 11-11 with 1:17 left.
- Hampden-Sydney had the chance to hold the ball for the final possession with 40 seconds, but an ambulance siren led to the referees to call H-SC for a foul.
- Cabrini was able to score on a breakaway goal after the foul to go up one with 29 seconds remaining.
- Cabrini got the ball back and scored on an empty netter.
- Nate Cundy had four goals and one assist.
- Carter Mavromatis had three goals and one assists, Ryan Marting two and one.
Last Time Out for CC
- Colorado College opened their season on Wednesday with a 10-5 win over Alfred University.
- CC was down 4-1 with 5:48 left in the first half.
- CC scored the last three goals of the half to tie the game at 4-4 at intermission.
- Colorado scored the first three goals of the second-half to cap a 6-0 run.
- Eight different players scored a goal with Henri Halle and Charles Curtis scoring two each.
- Five different players had an assist, giving the Tigers 11 players with at least one point.
- Kevin Wylie won 13 of 16 face-offs.
- Zach Pierce had four caused turnovers and seven groundballs.
- Zach Steedman made nine saves and scooped nine groundballs.
- Alfred goalkeeper Cody O'Connor had 18 saves.Alfred was just 1-6 on EMOs.
- Colorado held edges in groundballs (38-29) and shots (39-30).
The Last Time These Two Met
- Hampden-Sydney defeated Colorado College 21-7 in 1989.
- Three players had four goals for H-SC.
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.
- 39 - Numer of goals for the Tigers this season
- +17 - Turnover margin for the Tigers.
- 3 - Number of goals Keller needs to move into the top-five career goal scorers at H-SC
- 4th - Brad Mostowy's rank on the H-SC career groundballs list
Looking at Colorado College
- Receiving votes in the Top 20 Poll
- Went undefeated in the regular season before losing to Roanoke College 25-5 in the NCAA Tournament.
- Defated Birmingham Southern 8-6 in the SCAC Championship game.
- Sean Woods is in his first year as head coach at CC. He came from D2 Mars Hill.
- Steve Rijo was named a Preseason All-American.
- The Tigers return six of their seven players to contribute 20 or more points.
- Their top two faceoff men both graduated; they took 322 of the team's 379 faceoffs and won 66% of them.
- Zach Steedman returns in goal after a strong freshman campaign.