May 02, 2017
Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse defeated Shenandoah University 18-4 in the 4-5 matchup of the ODAC Tournament Quarterfinals. The Tigers tied the season record for wins with 13.
- Final Score: Hampden-Sydney 18, Shenandoah 4
- Records: Hampden-Sydney 13-5; Shenandoah 9-8 ODAC
- Location: Hampden-Sydney, VA – Lewis C. Everett Stadium
HOW IT HAPPENED
- The Tigers scored all four goals in the first quarter and added on seven in the second to lead 11-1 at the half.
- H-SC continued their dominating ways in the second half even while eventually emptying the bench, outscoring the Hornets 7-3 in the final 30 minutes
TIGER TOP PERFORMERS
- Hunter Brown posted six points on four goals and two assists. In the process, he broke the school record for single-season midfielder points. He has 71 for the season, surpassing Kyle Jett's 68 points in 2010. He also is just the third player in school history to score 70 points in a season, joining John Gibson and Rob Bonaventura who each scored 70+ in 1982
- Jared Arntzen won 11 of 14 faceoffs with nine ground balls
- Duncan Morris scored four times and added an assist
- Wilson Booth went 6 for 8 on faceoffs and scooped six ground balls
- Chandler Shaheen found the back of the net twice
- Ian Levin scored once and assisted on two more. He is just one point shy of becoming the fourth player in H-SC history with 70 points in a season.
FOR THE FOES
- Ben Judy recorded 25 saves
- Tilghman Sanders was the Hornets lone multi-point contributor with a goal and an assist
STATS OF THE GAME
- H-SC was +30 on groundballs with a 50-20 advantage
- The Hornets had 23 turnovers compared to just 13 for the Tigers
- Shenandoah converted on just 13 of 21 clears while Hampden-Sydney went 13 of 18
- H-SC won 18 of the game's 26 faceoffs
- The Tiger man-down defense allowed just one goal in five chances, including limiting the Hornets to only one goal on a three-minute unreleasable penalty in the second quarter
- Hampden-Sydney outshot Shenandoah 62-24 with a 43-12 edge in shots on goal
- Hampden-Sydney advances to the ODAC Tournament Semifinals on Friday vs. top-seeded Washington and Lee in Lexington with a time to be determined.