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Hampden-Sydney (3-4) vs. Greensboro (5-5)
Wednesday, March 28 | 4 pm | Greensboro, NC
Last Time Out for the Tigers
- #14 Roanoke beat H-SC 21-13.
- Roanoke scored five or more goals in three of the four quarters, including eight in the first.
- H-SC outscored Roanoke 8-6 in the second and fourth quarters, but the Maroons won the first and third 15-5.
- Carter Mavromatis had one of his most productive offensive games in a Tiger uniform, posted five goals and two assists.
- Ryan Martin had three goals and one assist while Thomas Armstrong had three scores.
- Nate Norbo had his best career game statistically with 12 ground balls and four caused turnovers.
- Roanoke won 21-of-37 face-offs but the Tigers had a 47-37 advantage in ground balls.
- H-SC had 10 saves while Mike Hardon posted 15 for Roanoke.
- Micah Keller was limited to just one assist on six shots as he was kept in check by double teams throughout the contest.
Last Time Out for the Pride
- Greensboro defeated Berry College 11-6 on Saturday.
- Greensboro outscored Berry 3-2 in both the first and second quarter and neither team scored in the third.
- Greensboro pulled away in the fourth, outscoring Berry 5-2 in the quarter.
- The Pride used a balanced scoring effort with seven players scoring.
- Jaeger Carlyle had a game-high four goals for Greensboro.
- Bill Blakely attempted 11 shots for the Pride but put just four on goal to go scoreless.
- Skip Jakupi won 14-of-18 face-offs along with 12 ground balls.
- Mitchell Kanowic recorded 12 saves in net for the Pride.Jordan Boreman recorded 17 saves for Berry.
- Cory Hall paced Berry with two goals and two assists. Bryan Byers had 10 shots but mustered just one goal.
- Greensboro had a 51-31 advantage in groundballs.Man up offense struggled, Berry was 0-9 while Greensboro was 1-7.
- Greensboro had a 52-27 advantage in shots
The Last Time These Two Met
- Hampden-Sydney won 16-6 at home on March 23, 2011.
- H-SC outscored Greensboro in each quarter.
- The Tigers posted three or more goals in all four quarters.
- Cole Hawthorne had a school second-best eight goals along with one assist for nine points.
- Nate Cundy and Ben Clarke each had two goals and one assist while Carter Mavromatis had one score and three assists.
- Brad Mostowy won 12-of-21 face-offs with a game-high 12 ground balls.
- Cody Hornung and Austin Black combined for 11 saves.
- H-SC had a 50-29 advantage in ground balls.
- The Tigers went 21-23 on clears and limited Greensboro to a 13-24 mark.
In the 2012 National Ranks
- 30 - Carter Mavromatis, Assists/Game (2.0)
- 45 - Micah Keller, Goals/Game (2.86)
- 47 - Brad Mostowy, GBs/Game (6.29)
- 49 - Man-Up Offense (0.325)
- 51 - Assists Per Game (6.57)
- 53 - Man-Down Defense (0.792)
- 57 - Ground Balls Per Game (35.14)
- 62 - Points Per Game (16.86)
- 71 - Scoring Offense (10.29)
- 93 - Saves Per Game (11.0)
The Numbers Game
- 12 - Ground balls Nate Norbo had against Roanoke.
- 5 - Games Greensboro has played that have been decided by one goal.
- 4 - Preseason All-Americans for the Tigers
- 0 - Preseason All-Americans for the Pride
Looking at Greensboro
- Greensboro has won five of their 10 games, matching their win total from last year.
- Greensboro is 2-3 this year in games decided by one goal, 3-3 in games decided by two or fewer goals.
- The two one-goal wins came at Ferrum and home against Frostburg State in overtime.
- The Pride lost 19-6 to defending national champions Salisbury.
- Greensboro has played two ODAC schools, losing 12-6 to Virginia Wesleyan while beating Randolph 12-3.
- The Pride have just four seniors.
- Bill Blakely is having an outstanding season for Greensboro, leading the team in goals (18), assists (15), and points (33).