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Hampden-Sydney (8-6 / 4-2 ODAC) vs. Randolph (3-9 / 0-6 ODAC)
Saturday, April 21 | 1:30 pm | Hampden-Sydney, VA
Last Time Out for the Tigers
- Hampden-Sydney lost 8-7 in overtime at Christopher Newport.
- Neither team led by more than one goal the entire contest.
- The game was tied 3-3 at halftime.
- The Tigers scored the game-winner in overtime, but the referees waived it off and said Micah Keller was in the crease.Keller scored four goals but needed 19 shots. Thirteen were on goal.
- Eric Gorsline scored back-to-back goals, Carter Mavromatis had two assists, and Ryan Martin had a goal and an assist.
- Andy McGregor made 17 saves for CNU while Cody Hornung had 10.
- Brad Mostowy went 14-19 on face-offs and scooped eight ground balls.
- H-SC held a 21-15 advantage in ground balls and outshot the Captains 41-27.
- Christopher Newport went 2-4 on EMO.
Last Time Out for the WildCats
- Randolph lost 4-9 to Berry College on a neutral field in Charlotte, NC.
- The WildCats trailed two after three quarters but was outscored 3-0 in the fourth.
- Stephen Allman had two goals and one assist for Randolph. Colton Wood and Bobby Crosby each had one goal.
- Kevin McCracken, who leads all active Division III players in career saves, had three saves.
- Bryan Byers had three goals and one assist for Berry while Max Smerka had three goals and two assists.
- Randolph was 14-17 on face-offs but went just 1-7 on extra man opportunities.
- Berry converted 21 of their 22 clears.
The Last Time These Two Met
- Hampden-Sydney beat Randolph 12-7 last season in each team's regular season finale.
- The Tigers led 6-1 after one quarter and 8-1 with eight minutes left in the half before putting in the reserves.
- Jess Hawthorne had two goals, two assists, and 10 ground balls.
- Nate Cundy had a goal and two assists, Micah Keller contributed two assists, Kyle Fox posted two goals, and Cole Hawthorne tallied three scores.
- Ben Hansell made seven saves.
- Stephen Allman led Randolph with three goals and one assist while Kevin McCracken made 11 saves.
- H-SC won 13-of-23 face-offs and outshot the WildCats 41-26
In the 2012 National Ranks
- 5 - Carter Mavromatis, Career Assists, 94*
- 6 - Brad Mostowy, Career GBs, 299*
- 7 - Micah Keller, Career Goals, 144*
- 7 - Mostowy, Career GBs/Game, 6.50*
- 9 - Mostowy, Career Faceoff Wins, 446*
- 15 - Mavromatis, Assts./Game, 2.23
- 19 - Mavromatis, Career Assts./Game, 1.49*
- 23 - Mavromatis, Career Points, 163*
- 28 - Keller, Career Goals/Game, 2.32*
- 34 - Mostowy, Ground Balls/Game (6.77)
- 44 - Scoring Offense (10.92)
- 44 - Points Per Game (17.54)
- 48 - Assists Per Game (6.62)
- 49 - Man-Up Offense (0.323)
- 51 - Man-Down Defense (0.792)
- 65 - Win Percentage (0.615)
- 69 - Mavromatis, Points/Game (3.62
- )71 - Keller, Goals/Game (2.38)
- 71 - Ground Balls Per Game (43.31)
- 78 - Scoring Margin (1.31)
- 98 - Cody Hornung, GAA (9.59)
*Active Players Only
The Numbers Game
- 298 wins for Head Coach Ray Rostan.
- 5th - Carter Mavromatis' rank in single season assists with a career-high 31
- 2nd - Mavromatis' rank in H-SC career midfielder points.
- 6 career assists for Eric Gorsline, all coming this season.
- 61.1% of H-SC's goals have come off of assists.
Looking at Randolph
- Randolph is 3-10 overall with an 0-6 ODAC record.
- In three years of ODAC competition, Randolph has yet to win a game in conference.
- Randolph earned their first ever win last season and this year has tripled their win total from the previous three seasons combined.
- Colton Wood leads the squad with 25 goals while Bobby Crosby has a team-high 11 assists.
- Ryan Blackwell and Ryan Pearson rank in the top-ten in the ODAC in caused turnovers.
- Kevin McCracken leads all active Division III players in career saves.