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Sat. 27 Goucher 13 Drew * 14 Final - OT
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GAME DAY INFORMATION
 
  • Drew University (1-14, 0-5 Landmark Conference) at Goucher College (5-9, 0-5 Landmark)
  • Saturday, April 27, 2019
  • 4:00 p.m. 
  • Beldon Field/Baltimore, Md.
LAST TIME OUT
 
  • Jared Heath and Mason Gorman both finished the first half with hat tricks and combined for 11 goals and three assists on the afternoon to propel Goucher College past Immaculata University 25-6 on April 18.
  • Heath posted a career-high six goals and two assists while Gorman tallied five goals and a helper in the win.
  • Brady O'Neil had a career-best four goals and one assist for five points while Nigel Bowden and Jared Halverson recorded their first mult-goal contests of their collegiate careers.
  • Grant Lasorda added two goals and one assist while Tyler Allnutt posted his second career goal against the Mighty Macs and a career-best two helpers including setting up his roommate O''Neill in the fourth quarter. Jackson BybeeJosh Finglass and Ben Smith all notched their first collegiate goal in the contest.
  • Sam Gravel paced the defense with eight ground balls and a career-high seven caused turnovers while Mick Togo registered six ground balls and Brandon Smith posted five ground balls and a caused turnover. Alex Shields made nine saves in 53:24 minutes of work while Robert Carrigan made three saves to close out the game.
ABOUT DREW
 
  • The Rangers come into the contest 1-15 on the year.
  • Immaculata is 0-8 on the road this season. 
  • In their last game, the Rangers lost to Moravian on April 20.
  • Kevin Goettlich leads the team with 19 goals and 18 assists for 37 points. Jonny Bronander has 53 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers while Nate Sanders has 203 saves, an 11.63 goals against average and a .552 save percentage.
  • Drew is coached by second-year head coach Doug Sage.
FIVE FACTS
 
  • The Goucher College men's lacrosse team will help raise awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month during its season finale against Drew University on Saturday. The Gophers will wear a teal ribbon on its jersey as a symbol of the awareness campaign. In additions, on the walkway on the hill behind Beldon Field, peer educators will be stationed to educate fans on sexual assault and healthy masculinity awareness.
  • Both Goucher and Drew's last victory was against Immaculata University. The Gophers defeated the Mighty Macs in their last game while the Rangers are looking to stop a seven-game losing streak after their last win against Immaculata.
  • Jared Heath notched his second straight multi-goal performance and his fourth of the season in his last game while registering his third game with at least three markers. The freshman now has 18 goals and nine assists for 27 points to now rank third on the team.
  • MasonGorman tied a career high with five goals, a total he also scored against Moravian College in his freshman campaign. It was the senior's 10th career multi-goal performance and fifth game with at least three tallies in a contest.
  • The Gophers are looking to close out the season with a win against Drew at home after accomplishing the feat in 2016. 
THANK YOU SENIOR
 
  • Goucher College would like to thank seniors Eric Bowden, Jeremy Buckler, Robert Carrigan, Nick DeOto, Zephan Harnish, Mason Gorman, Grant Lasorda, and Jimmy Russo for their hard work and dedication to the men's lacrosse program and the college for the last four years.
  • Carrigan is a Sparrows Point, Maryland native, who has appeared in eight games in his career. He has posted 14 saves in 51 career minutes. In his freshman campaign, he made a career-high five saves against Beloit. Majoring in environmental studies, he studied abroad in Ecuador.
  • DeOto came to Goucher from Germantown, Maryland via Frederick Community College and posted nine ground balls and 11 caused turnovers in his two seasons with the Gophers. He recorded a career-high five ground balls and four caused turnovers against Delaware Valley earlier this year.
  • Russo is a Frederick, Maryland native, who has appeared in 27 games including five starts in his career. He has posted six goals and six assists for 12 points including four tallies and five assists for nine points this season.
  • Bowden  hails from Baltimore, Maryland and has appeared in 49 games in his career. He has posted two goals and three assists along with 51 ground balls and 19 caused turnovers in his career. Majoring in communications, he studied abroad in Australia.
  • Del Vecchio is a Worcester, Massachusetts native, who has appeared in 37 games including one start. Her has two goals and four assists in his career including a tally and an assist this season. Majoring in computer science, he studied abroad in Curacao.
  • Buckler is a Severna, Park, Maryland native, who played in 36 games including five starts in his four seasons. He posted 10 goals and four assists for 14 points in his career including two tallies and three feeders this season. Majoring in psychology, he studied abroad in Australia.
  • Gorman came to Goucher from Boise, Idaho. He has appeared in 55 games with 19 starts in his career. He has 49 goals and 26 assists for 75 points in his career. In his last game, he matched his career high with five markers against Immaculata. A business management major, he studied in Australia.
  • Lasorda is a Collegeville, Pennsylvania native, who has appeared in 50 games including 11 starts. He has registered 35 goals and 10 assists for 45 points in his career and notched a career-high four goals against Lebanon Valley earlier this year. Majoring in business, he studied abroad in Australia.
  • Harnish is a Woodsboro, Maryland native and has registered 69 goals and 24 assists for 93 points along with 84 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers in his career. This season he has 27 goals and eight assists for 35 points including a career-best seven scores against Delaware Valley earlier this year. Majoring in economics, he studied abroad in Australia.
  • If you notice, Australia was a popular spot for the men's lacrosse team with Bowden, Buckler, Gorman, Harnish, Lasorda won a state championship in Australia for lacrosse.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE
 
  • This game concludes the 2019 season.


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