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Hampden-Sydney (9-6 / 5-2 ODAC) vs. Washington & Lee (8-8 / 3-4 ODAC)
Wednesday, April 25 | 3:30 pm | Hampden-Sydney, VA
Last Time Out for the Tigers
- Hampden-Sydney defeated Randolph 14-5 on Senior Day.
- Randolph briefly led 2-1 late in the first quarter, but the Tigers tied it at 2-2 before time expired.
- H-SC then scored 10 of the next 11 goals to end all doubt.
- Senior Kyle Fox had a career day, posting seven points on three goals and four assists.
- Thomas Armstrong had three scores while Carter Mavromatis had two goals and three assists.
- James Hughes, Ryan Martin, Evan Boden, and Eric Gorsline each added two points.
- Dontae Buck won 9-of-17 face-offs with five ground balls and three caused turnovers. Nate Norbo posted a goal, five ground balls, and three caused turnovers.
- Hampden-Sydney held advantages in shots (46-15), ground balls (55-37), and turnovers (17-33).
- The Tigers went 20-for-21 on clears compared to just 23-for-36 for the WildCats.
Last Time Out for the Generals
- Washington & Lee defeated Randolph-Macon 14-13 in overtime on Saturday.
- Randolph-Macon led at the end of the first, second and third quarters but was outscored 4-2 in the fourth.
- W&L's face-off specialist Jared Mitchell had an incredible performance, winning 21-of-27 face-offs with 18 ground balls, one goal, and one assist.
- Luke Heinsohn, also a member of the football team, had four goals, including the game-winner, and one assist.
- Cameron Dabir posted two goals and one assist while Scott Meehan had three goals.
- Tyler Midwinter led R-MC with two goals and four assists. Jake Leddy had three goals and an assist, and Jason Andrew contributed one score and two helpers.
- W&L held a 39-25 advantage in ground balls and outshot the Yellow Jackets 44-32.
- Randolph-Macon was limited to an 0-5 output on extra man opportunities.
The Last Time These Two Met
- 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 faceoffsWashington & 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.
In the 2012 National Ranks
- 4 - Ca. Mavromatis, Career Assists (99)*
- 6 - Brad Mostowy, Career GBs (313)*
- 8 - Micah Keller, Career Goals (146)*
- 9 - Mostwoy, Career Faceoff Wins (463)*
- 10 - Mostowy, Career GBs/Game (6.52)*
- 12 - Mavromatis, Assists/Game (2.27)
- 15 - Micah Keller, Career Points (186)*
- 21 - Mavromatis, Career Points (172)*
- 23 - Mavromatis, Car. Assts/Gm (1.52)*
- 27 - Mostowy, GBs/Game (6.4)
- 29 - Assists Per Game (6.73)
- 33 - Points Per Game (17.6)
- 33 - Man-Up Offense (0.324)
- 39 - Scoring Offense (10.87)
- 47 - Ground Balls Per Game (34.8)
- 48 - Mavromatis, Points/Game (3.6)
- 53 - Scoring Margin (1.67)
- 56 - Win Percentage (0.600)
- 57 - Micah Keller, Goals/Game (2.33)
- 59 - Man-Down Defense (0.766)
- 73 - Cody Hornung, GAA (9.13)
- 79 - Face-Off Win Percentage (0.486)
*Active Players Only
The Numbers Game
- 299 wins for Head Coach Ray Rostan.
- 3rd - Carter Mavromatis' rank in single season assists with a career-high 31
- 2nd - Mavromatis' rank in H-SC career midfielder points.
- 7 points for Kyle Fox against Randolph, a career high.
- 5 assists needed for Carter Mavromatis to break into the top five in ODAC history.
Looking at Washington & Lee
- Washington & Lee is 8-8 overall with a 3-4 ODAC record.
- The Generals finished in a three-way tie for fourth in the ODAC but lost the tiebreaker to get the #6 seed.
- W&L's face-off unit has been the best in the ODAC all season long as they have won 67% of their tries in ODAC games.
- The Generals boast a balanced offense with four players having contributed 19 or more goals and four playerss with 13 or more assists.
- Patrick Jennings and Warren Berenis have split time in net. Barenis has started the last six games and played more than half of the time in seven.
- Top defenseman Joe LaSala has either not played or been limited in three straight contests.
- W&L ranks 1st in the ODAC in conference-only games in clears and man-up percentage while placing seconds in goals against average.