HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA -H-SC Lacrosse will look to snap a two-game losing streak on Wednesday when the WildCats of Randolph College come to town for a 7 pm game on Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Turf Field. To view the game notes, please click here. There will be live stats for the contest.
- Hampden-Sydney dropped a heart-breaking 12-11 loss at #16 Roanoke on Saturday.
- H-SC led 11-7 with 10:27 remaining before Roanoke reeled off five unanswered goals, including the game-winner with 2:14 remaining.
- Jess Hawthorne had a game-high four goals while Thomas Armstrong contributed a game high five points on one goal and four assists. Austin Black had four caused turnovers along with six ground balls.
- The Tigers need one win to earn their 15th season of 10 or more wins and their third in the last four years.
- Randolph College lost 27-6 at Washington & Lee on Saturday.
- The WildCats have lost four straight games after going on a three-game winning streak that saw Randolph earn their first two ODAC wins since adding men's lacrosse.
- Randolph goalkeeper Cam Davis is 21st in Division III in saves per game at 13.67.
- The Tigers rolled to a 14-5 win on April 21, 20012, at Hampden-Sydney.
- The Tigers struggled out of the gate with the scored tied at 2-2 at the end of the first quarter, but Hampden-Sydney woke up after that, outscoring the WildCats 9-1 over the next two quarters.
- Senior Kyle Fox had a career day on Senior Day, tallying three goals and four assists for seven points. Carter Mavromatis posted five points on two goals and three assists. Thomas Armstrong had three scores, and Ryan Martin found the back of the net twice.
- Dontae Buck took the majority of the face-offs for the Tigers, winning 9-of-17.
- Colton Wood scored four of Randolph's five goals. John Grundy took 10-of-19 face-offs, and Kevin McCracken made 13 saves.
Scouting the WildCats
- Randolph enters the contest 5-9 overall and 2-5 in the ODAC.
- Their season has been one of streaks. After opening the year with a 22-5 win over Southern Virginia, they lost four straight games. They then went on to win four of the next five and come into the game with a four-game losing streak.
- Randolph earned their first ever ODAC win on March 23 against Shenandoah, 10-9.
- The WildCats looked like they would roll to a huge win after leading 9-3 at halftime, but Shenandoah tied the game at 9-9 with 8:37 left before Jon O'Hara got the winning goal with 3:43 to go.
- Randolph got their second ODAC win of the year on March 30 as they rolled over Bridgewater 11-2.