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Lacrosse vs. Greensboro on Wednesday at 6:30 pm

Lacrosse vs. Greensboro on Wednesday at 6:30 pm

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - H-SC Lacrosse will look to win their fourth game in a row on Wednesday when the Pride of Greensboro College comes to town for a 6:30 pm game on Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Turf Field. To view the game notes, please click here. There will be live stats for the contest.

The Storyline

  • Hampden-Sydney defeated Randolph-Macon 14-9 in the first game under the brand new lights on Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Turf Field.
  • The Tigers led 3-0 at the end of the first quarter and 9-4 at halftime.
  • Jess Hawthorne and Ryan Martin each contributed four goals while James Hughes posted three.
  • Thomas Armstrong dished out two assists to go along with three scores, and Abbot Wallenborn had one goal.
  • Jake Koferl had one assist and also went 10-15 on face-offs with six ground balls. Ned Bowden was a force on defense and made four highlight reel quality caused turnovers.
  • David Noftsinger and Cody Hornung combined to make 11 saves.
  • Greensboro fell 12-10 to Whittier on Saturday.
  • The Pride trailed 7-3 at halftime but tied it at 8-8 with 12:32 left in the game.
  • Charles Stringfellow, Blaine Wise, and Alex Vander hoff each had two goals. Ryan Kissner had a goal and five assists.
  • Skip Jakupi, the NCAA active career leader in face-off wins, is no longer listed on the roster and has not played in the last four games.

Previous Meeting

  • Hampden-Sydney won 16-8 at Greensboro College on March 28, 2012.
  • The Tigers trailed 6-4 at halftime but scored 10 straight goals in the second half.
  • Micah Keller scored four goals and added three assists for seven points.
  • Ryan Martin and Carter Mavromatis each posted three goals and two assists.
  • Jess Hawtorne tacked on two goals.
  • Mostowy won 11-of-21 face-offs along with 10 ground balls and a goal.
  • Cody Hornung made 10 saves while allowing seven goals.
  • H-SC held advantages in groundballs (37-28), turnovers (16-23), clears (22-27, 17-24), and shots (42-32).
  • Each team won 13 face-offs. H-SC was just 1-7 on extra man opportunities while Greensboro was 1-3.

Scouting the Pride

  • The Pride come in to the contest with just a 3-7 record.
  • Greensboro has played three ODAC squads in Guilford, Virginia Wesleyan, and Randolph. They lost 10-8 to Guilford and 12-9 to Virginia Wesleyan but beat Randolph 12-5.
  • Greensboro has failed to register more than 10 goals in six of its seven losses and has only scored more than 10 in two contests, both wins.
  • Skip Jakupi won 60-97 face-offs, but since then, the Pride have gone just 35-99.
  • Only three players have scored at least 10 goals with Justin Pearson and Alex Vander hoff leading the way with 11 each.
  • Tracy Armstrong has been statistically one of the best takeaway defenseman in Division III this year with 23 caused turnovers.