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Hampden-Sydney (2-3) vs. Washington & Lee (4-3)
Saturday, March 17 | 1 pm | Lexington, VA
Last Time Out for the Tigers
- The Tigers defeated Colorado College 9-6 in Dallas, Texas.
- Colorado took an early 1-0 lead, but theTigers scored five of the next four goals to take a 4-2 lead after one quarter.
- The led remained just two at end end of thesecond-half, but the Tigers won the third quarter 2-0 to take an insurmountable 8-4 lead going in to the fourth quarter.
- The scoreless third quarter for CC was the first time this season that the Tigers have shut out an opponent for a full quarter.
- Micah Keller led all players with four points on three goals and one assist.
- Carter Mavromatis contributed four assists.
- Cody Hornung had one of his best career games, finishing with 13 saves.
- The man-down defense proved stout once again, holding Colorado College to a 1-7 mark on EMOs.
- H-SC was outshot 37-26, which includes a 15-2 mark where the Tigers used a ball control offense to slow down the game.
Last Time Out for the Generals
- W&L lost to top ranked Salisbury 13-3 in Lexington, VA.
- Salisbury scored the first 11 goals of the game and did not give up a goal until 12:31 left in the contest.
- The Salisbury goalies combined for 16 saves while the W&L goals had just seven.
- The Generals won 13 of 20 face-offs.
- W&L went 0-9 on man-up opportunities.
- Joe Wood, Peter Schubert, and Cam Lewis each had a goal for the Generals.
- Sam Bradman had two goals and four assists. Matt Cannone posted a goal and four assists. Erik Krum tallied four goals and one assist.
The Last Time These Two Met
- #13 Hampden-Sydney lost at home to W&L 9-8 on March 19, 2011.
- H-SC led 7-5 with just under 10 minutes left in the third quarter.
- W&L scored the next three goals to take an 8-7 lead with 11 minutes left in the contest.
- Micah Keller tied the game three minutes later, but W&L's scott Meehan scored the game winner with 5:41 left in the contest.
- Micah Keller took 12 shots but managed only two goals. Eric Gorsline had two goals while Cole Hawthorne and Carter Mavromatis each had a goal and two assists.
- Spence Daw, Mac Means, and Sam Mott each had two goals for W&L.
- Cody Hornung had 10 saves while Jason Lumpkin had 14 for the victors.
- Brad Mostowy was 14-20 on face-offs.
- H-SC outshot W&L 39-29.
- W&L went 18-18 on clears but had 18 turnovers compared to 14 for the Tigers.
In the 2012 National Ranks
- 24 - Micah Keller, Goals/Game (3.4)
- 40 - Carter Mavromatis, Assists/Game (2.0)
- 43 - Assists Per Game (6.4)
- 48 - Points Per Game (16.0)
- 48 - Ground Balls Per Game (35.8)
- 51 - Man-Up Pffense (0.323)
- 63 - Brad Mostowy, GBs/Game (6.0)
- 64 - Scoring Offense (9.6)
- 65 - Man-Down Defense (0.795)
- 81 - Micah Keller, Points/Game (3.8)
- 83 - Scoring Margin (-0.4)
- 87 - Saves Per Game (11.2)
- 94 - Win Percentage (0.4)
- 97 - Cody Hornung, Save % (0.528)
The Numbers Game
- 1 - Points needed for Micah Keller to move from 8th to 7th on the H-SC career rankings.
- 7 - Points needed for Carter Mavromatis to rank in the top 10 at H-SC
- 5 - Carter Mavromatis' rank at H-SC for career midfielder points
- 13 - Points needed for Carter Mavromatis to rank second in career midfielder points
Looking at Washington & Lee
- W&L is 4-3 with losses to Franklin & Marshall, Salisbury, and and Denison.
- Four players have scored double digit points, led by 20 points off 10 goals and 10 assists from Scott Meehan.
- W&L has won 50% of their face-offs with Jared Mitchell, John Rehberger, and Rob Look receiving the majority of the workload.
- Joe Lasala has proven to be one of the top defenseman in the ODAC this season with 21 caused turnovers.
- Patrick Jennings leads the squad with 62 saves and a 9.35 goals against average.