Game Notes: Lacrosse Hosts #14 Roanoke on Saturday

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Hampden-Sydney (3-3 / 1-0 ODAC) vs. Roanoke (4-3 / 0-1 ODAC)
Saturday, March 24 | 1 pm | Hampden-Sydney, VA

Last Time Out for the Tigers

  • The Tigers defeated Washington & Lee 11-9 in Lexington, VA.
  • Washington & Lee led 8-7 after three quarters. H-SC outscored them 4-1 in the final frame.
  • The Generals outshot the Tigers 40-23.
  • W&L won 17 of 24 faceoffs.
  • Washington & Lee went 15-15 on clears while Hampden-Sydney was 14-21.
  • H-SC committed 20 turnovers compared to 19 for W&L.
  • The Generals held a 33-20 advantage in groundballs.
  • Goalkeepking proved to be the difference in the game as Cody Hornung had 11 saves but Patrick Jennings only had five.
  • Micah Keller had three goals, Thomas Armstrong two goals and one assist, and Jess Hawthorne had two scores.
  • Carter Mavromatis contributed a goal and two assists, Corey Mavromatis had two helpers, and Ryan Martin had one goal and one assist.
  • Brad Mostowy went 7-22 on face-offs with seven groundballs.
  • Bobby Fulton had a game-high three caused turnovers.

Last Time Out for the Maroons

  • #6 Lynchburg defeated #13 Roanoke 13-12 in overtime in Salem, VA.
  • After being down 6-4 at halftime, Roanoke scored five goals in the first 5:04 of the third quarter to take a 9-6 lead.
  • Lynchburg scored four of the next five goals to make it a 10-10 game after three quarters.
  • Lynchburg and Roanoke each traded two goals in the fourth quarter with Max Voumard notching the tiemaker with 5:50 left.
  • Max Voumard then posted the game-winner in sudden death overtime with 1:16 left in the five-minute overtime.
  • Lynchburg won 18 of 28 faceoffs.
  • Dylan Hoff and Max Voumard each had three goals and one assist for Lynchburg while Pat Ohrem had two goals and two assists and Andrew Wilfong two goals and one assist.
  • Richard Lachlan and Joey Coretti each posted three goals and one assist for Roanoke.
  • Brayden Gerrie had two goals while Jeff Keating had two assists.
  • Charles Pease played 43 minutes and gave up 11 goals with six saves, Mike Hardon played 20 minutes, making seven saves while allowing two goals.

The Last Time These Two Met    

  • Roanoke beat the Tigers 13-11 in the ODAC Semi-Finals on May 1, 2011.
  • H-SC led 10-6 with just under 10 minutes left in the third quarter.
  • Roanoke scored the last four goals of the third to tie the game at 10-10.
  • Roanoke then scored the first two goals to win the game as H-SC won score just once more.
  • Each team made 15 saves.
  • Roanoke held an davantage in groundballs (39-25) turnovers (12-13), shots (56-41), and faceoff wins (18-9).
  • Roanoke also went 4-7 on EMOs while the Tigers were 1-5.
  • The Maroons went 16-16 on clears while H-SC was 19-25.
  • Carter Mavromatis had three goals and one assist, Micah Keller had three goals, and Cole Hawthorne had two goals and two saves.
  • Justin Tuma led Roanoke with three goals whole going 15-21 on face-offs with seven ground balls.

In the 2012 National Ranks

  • 13 - Goals/Game, Micah Keller (3.33)
  • 47 - Assists Per Game (6.5)
  • 48 - Man-Up Offense (32.4%)
  • 53 - Man-Down Defense (81%)
  • 59 - Points Per Game (16.33)
  • 60 - GBs/Game, Brad Mostowy (6.17)
  • 70 - Scoring Offense (9.83)
  • 75 - Win Percentage (50%)
  • 80 - Ground Balls Per Game (33.17)
  • 85 - Saves Per Game (11.17)
  • 87 - Points/Game, Micah Keller (3.67)
  • 95 - Save %, Cody Hornung (53.3%)

The Numbers Game    

  • 5 - Points needed for Carter Mavromatis to surpass Assistant Coach Jason Rostan for 10th in career points.
  • 8 - Assists needed for Carter Mavormatis to tie the H-SC career record.
  • 58 - Shots this season for Micah Keller
  • 21 - Shots Nate Cundy has taken, the second most on the team.
  • 10 - Number of caused turnovers for Nate Norbo.

Looking at Roanoke

  • Roanoke is coming off a season in which they went to the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament.
  • Historically the most dominant ODAC men's lacrosse team, having won 17 ODAC Championships. Washington & Lee is second with nine.
  • Roanoke's loss to Lynchburg was their first loss in the ODAC since 2008, snapping a 20-game ODAC regular season win streak.
  • Started the season ranked #2 in the USILA Preseason Coaches Poll.
  • Picked to finish just second in the ODAC Preseason Coaches Poll.
  • Roanoke is first in the ODAC in goals per game at 12.71 and first in assists at 67.
  • Ranks eighth in the conference in shots on goal per game at just 26.6.
  • They are 22-49 on EMOs, tops in the ODAC.
The Tigers defeated Washington & Lee 11-9 in Lexington, VA
Washington & Lee led 8-7 after three quarters. H-SC outscored them 4-1 in the final frame.
The Generals outshot the Tigers 40-23.
W&L won 17 of 24 faceoffs
Washington & Lee went 15-15 on clears while Hampden-Sydney was 14-21.
H-SC committed 20 turnovers compared to 19 for W&L
The Generals held a 33-20 advantage in groundballs.
Goalkeepking proved to be the difference in the game as Cody Hornung had 11 saves but Patrick Jennings only had five.
Micah Keller had three goals, Thomas Armstrong two goals and one assist, and Jess Hawthorne had two scores.
Carter Mavromatis contributed a goal and two assists, Corey Mavromatis had two helpers, and Ryan Martin had one goal and one assist.
Brad Mostowy went 7-22 on face-offs with seven groundballs.
Bobby Fulton had a game-high three caused turnovers.