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Fairfield 12 Yale 11 OT March 8, 2014 Post Game Report

Monday, March 10th, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse-Senior Eric Warden capped off his three goal day with an OT goal at 1:26 of the first OT period to give the Stags a victory over #10/#11 nationally ranked Yale. This is the first win in eight games since 1996 for the Stags over the Bulldogs. Junior Colin McLinden had a monster game with one goal and six assists including the assist on the game winning OT goal. Sophomore TJ Neubauer also had a three goal day. Big win for the Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Program!!!

The Stags played Yale in the second game of a lacrosse doubleheader. The Fairfield Women’s Lacrosse team had a 10-9 victory over Vermont in the first game.  The games were also a fund raiser for the Wounded Warriors Project for both teams.  The hats and T-Shirts sold out quickly and the silent auction to benefit the WWP was a huge success.  Congratulations to both teams for their victories and their wonderful fundraising efforts to benefit WWP.

A wonderful day for a lacrosse game!! The sky was sunny (too sunny at times-more on that later) and it was 55 plus degrees at game time. Huge crowd for the game.  Fairfield stands were full and Yale brought a large contingent for the game.  A great day for a game and a storybook ending.  Senior Eric Warden’s father William Warden was the Honorary Captain for the game for his 20 plus years of service in the Air Force.   A big day for the Warden Family.

The game starts with Senior Jack Murphy in goal for the Stags and Eric Natale in the cage for the Bulldogs. At the face off circle are Senior Michael Roe and Dylan Levings for Yale. Roe beats Levings and gets the ground ball.   Neubauer on the wing for the face off gets a pass from Roe. Neubauer wastes no time, streaks to the cage and fires one of his rocket shots past Natale for a goal 16 seconds into the game. What a great way to start!  A face off win and a score on the first shot of the game.  Roe and Levings face off again.  Roe beats Levings and Roe gets to the ground ball.  The Stags offense sets up and works the Yale’s defensive perimeter.  The officials call a 30 second shot clock on the Stags for stalling.  Junior Drew Federico picks up a loose ground ball.  Freshman Jake Knostman takes a wide shot and the officials say the Bulldogs got the sidelines first on the shot.  The Bulldogs clear is good.  Yale’s Ryan McCarthy takes a quick shot and Murphy makes the save.  Murphy clears and the Stags work the offense.  At 10:32 McLinden takes a high shot. Stags ball on the backup.  Senior Alex Cramer finds a cutting Neubauer with 10 minutes left in the first quarter.  Neubauer scores his second goal of the game with an assist to Cramer for 2-0 Stags lead.  Levings and Roe are the X and the official calls a violation on Levings.  Stags ball and they set up their offense.  Warden takes a shot that is blocked at 8:59. Stags keep the ball but commit a turnover 20 seconds later and Yale gets to the ground ball.  The Bulldogs clear is good and Yale’s second shot of the day is high.  They retain the ball and at 7:07 Shane Thornton scores with an assist from Brandon Mangan to make it a 2-1 game.  Roe faces off again against Leving and the officials this time call a violation on Roe. Yale’s ball but they have a turnover. Sophomore Conor Dalton gets to the ground ball but the Stags cannot complete the clear. During the clear, Junior Max Buchanan gets called for a conduct foul.  Yale goes EMO and the Stags man down unit comes on the field.  Yale’s Thornton gets his second goal of the day at 6:07 assisted again by Mangan for a 2-2 tie.  Junior Louis DiGiacomo now takes the face off against Levings and the officials call DiGiacomo for a violation.  Yale has a turnover 30 plus seconds into their offense and Senior Greg Perraut gets the ground ball. Stags clear the ball. A little less than 45 seconds into the Stags offense, Freshman Dave Fleming feeds Dalton who finds the back of the net.  Stags now lead 3-2 with 4:31 remaining in the first period. Levings now take on Roe in the face off circle and Levings gets the win with John Ambrose getting the resulting ground ball.  Sophomore Conor Barr (a Fairfield Prep product) has a caused turnover and Senior Toby Armour gets the ground ball. Stags clear the ball and offense moves the ball around the net.  Junior Tristian Sperry directing the offense puts the ball into Knostman stick.  Knostman scores and the Stags now lead 4-2 with 3:20 remaining in the opening stanza.  Levings and Roe continue their face off battle. Roe wins the draw and Freshman Jay Walsh on the wing gets to the ground ball.  Fairfield’s offense takes their time probing the Yale defense.  Federico shot is wide and the Yale defense gets the ball and clear successfully.  At 1:10 Michael Bonacci hits the post and Mangan gets the rebound.  With 40 seconds remaining in the period, Thorton has his shot blocked.  The officials call a 30 second technical foul on Knotsman for a push with possession. Yale goes man up.  The Bulldogs EMO unit works quickly and Conrad Oberbeck scores with Austin Rocco getting the assist at 29 seconds left on the clock.  Roe and Levings are back  in the circle with Levings getting the win. Ambrose gets  to the ground ball from the wing.  With six seconds left in the period, Murphy playing aggressively creates a caused turnover.  Period ends with the Stags leading 4-3.

Second period starts with DiGiacomo facing Levings at the center X.  DiGiacomo wins and Neubauer playing on the wing gets to the ground ball.  For the next couple of minutes both teams have turnovers.  At 11:10 after Barr gets a caused turnover and Perraut picks up the ground ball, Coach Copelan calls time out.  He wants to get the offense back on track.  On the restart, the Stags come out ready to take shots.   First Fleming’s shot is wide followed by a shot Federico that Natale saves.  Flag had been thrown and Yale’s Christopher Keating is called for slashing at 10:30.  The EMO team takes the field.  Stags work the wheel and McLinden’s shot 30 seconds into the penalty is saved by Natale.  Fairfield gets to the rebound but have a turnover.  The Bulldogs pick up the ground ball but the Stags are riding hard.  Armour gets a caused turnover and Junior Geordie Carrick scoops up the ground ball as the penalty expires. Stags slow things down on offense and work to find a good shot.  At 8:26, McLinden takes a shot that is blocked but he is also slashed by Yale’s Jimmy Craft.  Craft sits for one minute and the Stags man up team takes the field.  Time out is called by the Yale coach.  Stags restart man up and are swiftly moving the ball.  Warden takes a great pass from McLinden and does not miss! Stags are now leading the game 5-3 with 8:09 on the remaining in the second quarter.  Levings and DiGiacomo square off with Levings getting the win and ground ball.  Levings takes a shot going down the field but the shot is wide.  Yale’s offense settles the ball and at 7:19, Sean Shakespeare takes a wide shot.  Next at 6:59, Thornton’s shot misses high.  Yale’s next shot goes into the cage with Mangan scoring with an assist from Oberbeck at 6:48.  Fairfield leads 5-4 after the Yale goal.  Roe now comes out to the X to face off against Levings.  Levings takes the face off win and gets the ground ball.  The Bulldogs’ offense takes their time and at 6:10, Mark Glicini takes a wide shot.  Yale works the Stags defense. At 5:15, Ryan McCarthy’s shot is saved by Murphy. Murphy clears the ball.  Patience is the key to the Stags attack.  McLinden finds Neubauer who fires his shot past the Natale at 4:23 remaining the period.  Yale’s coach takes his second time of the first half.  Levings and DiGiacomo now battle at the X.  Levings takes the draw and picks up the ground ball.  About 30 seconds later, Thorton’s shot is wide. Yale keeps the ball.  At 3:20 on the clock, Shakespeare scores assisted by Thornton.  Stags maintain a 6-5 lead. Roe at the X against Levings. Officials call a violation on the Yale FOGO.  Stags work the ball and Knostman’s shot is saved by Natale at 2:39.  Yale’s clear fails as Federico gets a caused turnover.  Federico grabs the ground ball and resets the offense.  At 1:58 left in the half, Knostman sends a blast past Natale scoring unassisted.  Fairfield now has a two goal lead again at 7-5.  Levings faces off against Roe. Levings win the draw and his wing Harry Kucharczyk gets the ground ball.  Fairfield’s defense is working hard to prevent a last minute goal by Yale.  With 55 seconds remaining, Colin Flahery has his shot blocked. Neubauer quickly gets the ground ball and starts the clear.  With 26 ticks remaining in the half, Coach Copelan calls his second  time out.  The offense restarts and working on the play designed by Copelan but Yale’s defense is denying the Stags’ offensive chances.  With one second remaining in the period, Natale saves a hard shot by Warden. Period ends with the Stags leading 7-5.

Second half starts with Roe and Levings at the middle of the field.  Roe beats Levings and scoops the ground ball.  Stags offense wants to get off to a fast start and Knostman’s shot is high. McLinden has the ball and he finds Warden who buries a shot past Natale.  Fairfield now has a three goal at 14:12 of the third quarter by an 8-5 margin. Levings now beats Roe and John Lazarfeld gets the ground ball.  The Bulldogs waste little time on offense as Oberbeck scores with an assist from Levings at 14:05.  Score is now 8-6 in Fairfield’s favor.  Roe and Levings again face off.  Roe has a violation per the officials. Yale’s offense is started by Eric Scott but the Bulldogs have a quick turnover.  Stags clear and after working the Bulldogs’ defense, Neubauer shot is high at 12:43.  Fairfield alertly backs up and retains the ball.  The offense stalls as a turnover is committed. Natale picks up the ground ball and starts the Yale clear.  Oberbeck’s shot at 10:35 finds the back of the net.  The unassisted goal cuts the Fairfield lead to 8-7.   Roe beats Levings and Barr gets to the ground ball.  The officials call an illegal body check on Yale’s Reilly Naton.  Since a defenseless player was hit under the new emphasis for officials this season, Naton gets a two minute unreleasable penalty at 10:26.  The Fairfield EMO unit patiently works the offense. Sperry’s shot hits the post but McLinden gets the rebound ground ball.  He quickly finds Fleming who does not miss.  Stags now lead 9-7 at 10:03 and still have lots of time on the unreleasable penalty.  Man down face is taken by DiGiacomo against Levings. Levings takes the draw and the resulting ground ball.  Levings takes a shot that goes wide.  Yale keeps the ball and the Stags defense doubles the ball.   Murphy out of the cage gets a caused turnover and starts the clear.  Still time left on the unreleasable penalty. McLinden takes a shot on the man up but it is wide.  Stags keep the ball as the penalty expires.  Sperry feeds his fellow attack McLinden who scores at 7:54 giving the Stags a 10-7 lead.  DiGiacomo beats Levings and Buchanan’s long pole on the wing gets the ground ball.  However, Stags have a quick turnover and Yale’s Bonocci takes a shot. Murphy makes the save and Junior Bryan Barry gets the rebound ground ball.  Good things happen when Barry is on the field and he starts the clear.  Stags slow things down. No need to rush a shot and the attack searches for an opening.  McLinden, who is on fire, passes to  Cramer. Cramer scores with McLinden getting the assist at 5:59 to give Fairfield a four goal lead with 5:59 remaining in the third period.  Lacrosse is a game of runs.   Yale’s Levings faces off against DiGiacomo. DiGiacomo wins the face and McLinden, he is all over the field, gets the ground ball.  The Bulldogs’ Craft creates a turnover and he takes a shot quickly that Murphy saves.  The Stags clear is good. Knostman has a high shot at 4:52. Stags are still holding the ball and Sperry takes a wide shot at 4:18.  The officials in their opinion think the Yale player beats the Stags to the sideline on the Sperry shot.  Yale clears and their offense is working hard against the Stags defense.  At 3:36, Mangan hits the crossbar.  Yale keeps the ball and at 3:01 remaining in the quarter, Bonacci scores with an assist from Thornon.  Score is now 11-8 in Fairfield’s favor.  DiGiacomo beats Levings at the X and Buchanan gets the ground ball. Buchanan sets up the Stags offense.  Stags kill some clock but also are looking for the good shot on offense.  Yale’s defense wants the ball back and Jackson Loie has a caused turnover. Loie picks up the ground ball with 1:21 left in the third period.  With 34 seconds remaining, Oberbeck scores with Mangan getting the assist cutting the Stags lead to 11-9.  Levings beats DiGiacomo and Levings gets to the ground ball.  Yale is determined to get that last second goal to end the period.  First Levings’ shot at 22 seconds goes high.  With 14 seconds on the clock, John Ambrose takes a wide shot.  Only 5 seconds remain in the period and Flaherty’s attempt is high. Period ends with Fairfield leading 11-9

The crowd eagerly anticipates a dramatic fourth period.  Can Fairfield keep the lead and beat Yale for the first time or will the nationally ranked Bulldogs rally and steal the game? The period starts with DiGiacomo and Levings facing off. DiGiacomo wins the face and gets the ground ball.  However, Stags immediately have a turnover. Yale clears the ball and Perraut has a caused turnover 16 seconds into the final quarter.  Buchanan gets the ground ball and starts the clear.  Stags offense settles and at 13:42, McLinden’s shot is saved by Natale.  Natale gets the clear going for Yale and Mangan takes a shot quickly that Murphy saves.  Stags clear and set up the offense.  Clearly the Fairfield attack is taking it time but they want the 12th goal.  First Neubauer takes a shot that goes high at 12:25.  Eight seconds later Neubauer has another shot but this one goes wide.  Stags attack take some time off the clock and resettle.  At 11:40, Neubauer’s third shot is high.  Thirty seconds later, McLinden’s shot is blocked.  Yale gets the ground ball but the Stags offense will not allow the Bulldogs to clear.  Fleming gets the caused turnover and the ground ball keeping the ball in the Stags offensive zone.  Fairfield’s offense resets and works the wheel.  Warden get a hard shot off but it hits the post! Yale is finally able to clear the defensive zone.  Yale’s attack looks for a good shot, working the ball around the cage.  At 9:44, Mangan has a shot that goes wide.  Bulldogs keep the ball but at 9:10, Yale has a turnover.  Stags clear and the offense are working the perimeter.  Warden has a shot blocked at 8:28 and the Bulldogs clear.  Flaherty for Yale takes a shot that Murphy saves but the Bulldogs get the rebound.  Flaherty’s next shot at 7:35 finds that back of the net and is scored unassisted.  Stags lead is now 11-10.  Levings and DiGiacomo are at the X and the official gives Yale the ball on a violation.  Bulldogs take their time in setting up their offense.  Shakespeare takes a wide shot at 6:53 and 18 seconds later Murphy stops a shot from Oberback. Murphy starts the clear. Stags are able to take 50 seconds off the clock but Yale’s defense gets a caused turnover.  Keating who had the caused turnover gets to the ground ball and Yale clears.  Bulldogs offense knows they have plenty of time left on the clock and are not rushing to take a shot.  Mangan takes a blast at 4:38 that Murphy saves but Flaherty puts home the rebound shot four seconds later for an unassisted goal. Game is now tied at 11-11. Nail biting time!!!  DiGiacomo takes the face off from Levings and the Stags get the ground ball.  Neubauer fires a wide shot at 3:57 and 13 seconds later Coach Copelan calls time out.  The Stags restart but a cross field pass is into the sun and Yale gets a turnover on the missed pass.  Yale clears and works the ball in the offensive zone till their coach calls time out with 2:57 remaining in the game.  The Stags defense must come up big.  Yale restarts and they are in no hurry taking the clock down to shorten the end of the game. With 90 seconds remaining in the game, Bulldogs have a turnover.  Armour gets the ground ball and then Murphy gets a grounder.  But the Stags cannot clear and Yale takes the ball back with 81 seconds left in the game.  Officials call Yale for stalling with 39 seconds remaining in the game and put on the 30 second shot clock.  McCarthy responds and his shot is wide.  Yale backs up and McCarthy gets a second shot off with 28 seconds left that is high.  Oberbeck gets the ground ball and resets the Bulldogs attack.  With 16 seconds remaining in the game, Yale has a turnover and Buchanan gets the ground ball. Stags are unable to clear and Yale gets a caused turnover. Craft picks up the ground ball with 6 seconds left in the game and Oberbeck’s shot at 5 seconds goes wide. Yale’s coach calls his last time out with 4 seconds remaining.  Bulldogs get the ball to Oberbeck on the restart and he tries to stuff a shot into the goal as the clock runs out but Murphy gets his stick on the ball and makes the save. Game ends in an 11-11 tie.

Four minutes is put on the game clock, each team gets one time out and it is sudden victory.  Roe and Levings take the all important OT face off.  Levings win the draw and gets the ground ball.  Naton shot at 3:39 goes wide and the Bulldogs keep the ball.   A shot by Thorton hits the pipe but the officials say a Yale player is in the crease at 2:58. Stags ball and their clear successful.  Coach Copelan waits till the ball is in the offensive zone and he uses his OT time out.  He sets up the Fairfield offense for the final shot of the game. Stags restart and McLinden gets the ball.  He is looking for Warden.  Warden breaks free and in one motion catches the ball and power home the game winner at 1:26 of the OT period. Stags win 12-11!!!  Dog pile in the middle of the field of jubilant Stags laxmen!!!

Yale outshot the Stags 41 to 36.  Fairfield took the ground ball war by a 28 to 26 margin.  In the face off game, Levings won 14 of 27 draws while Roe and DiGiacomo combined for 13 wins out of 27 chances. This number is a huge change from last year when Levings won 18 of 24.  The officials called two face off violation on Levings and four on the Roe/DiGiacomo duo.  Yale cleared successfully 15 of 17 tries while the Stags cleared 16 of 18.  The Yale EMO team was 2 for 2 while the Stags man up team got two goals out of four tries.  The Bulldogs had 15 turnovers while Fairfield had 14 turnovers.  Murphy was credited with 9 saves and Natale had 5 saves against the Stags.

Stars of the game-Could and should say the whole team. Several individuals need to be highlighted.  Junior Colin McLinden had a career day.  One goal and six assists for the game.  Seven points in one game is a career high for McLinden along with six assist was also a career high.  In addition, he got two ground balls for the game.  McLinden is now 8th on the Fairfield career assist list.  Senior Eric Warden with not only the game winner but three goals on the day.  Sophomore TJ Neubauer had a hat trick on the day.  His first goal of the day 16 seconds into the game was the tone setter.  Neubauer also scooped up two ground balls.  Senior Michael Roe and Junior Louis DiGiacomo winning 13 of 27 face offs thus neutralizing the Yale FOGO who has a national reputation.  Defensive stars of the game-where do I start and who do I leave off?  The entire defensive team including the defensive middies.  They turned back Yale in last four minutes of regulation and the first part of the OT.  Great job men!!!!!

Frosh of the Year competition-Jake Knotsman got two goals against Yale and Dave Fleming had one goal and one assists.  Fleming’s caused turnover at 11 minutes of the fourth quarter was huge in my estimation. Both are key members of the Fairfield offensive unit and are making large contributions as freshmen.  Knotsman has 10 points on the year and Fleming has eight points.  Both are frosh of the year so far in the 2014 season.  Soph of the Year-TJ Neubauer with his second straight multiple goal game takes the lead.  He has eight goals for the season and two assists for ten points.

Seen in the crowd- Darrell Ponzio ’90 came from Middletown, CT with his son Calvin and enjoyed the game. Darrell helped start a youth lax program in Middletown, CT and both of his sons are playing. Bob Cypher came from Rye, NY and John Hughes made the trip from Hamden, CT. Alum parents Clay Wells and John Bannon were in the stands with Clay coming from PA. I understand Gary Raniola, Jr. ’09 was in attendance. Great to see everyone cheering on a big win for the program.

The Stags are now 3-2 on the season and get some rest this week.  Continuing their four game home stand, the Stags will next play Stony Brook with a 2-3 record (they have a game on Tuesday) at 1 PM on Alumni Field.  Last year’s game against Stony Brook was snowed out (plus the LIE was closed for days!).  The preliminary forecast is for another 50 degree day but do we trust the weatherman this winter??  Roger Yergeau ’73

Fairfield versus Yale March 8, 2014 PreGame Report

Friday, March 7th, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse- The Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Stags will play the second half of a doubleheader with the Women’s team to support the Wounded Warriors Project Saturday March 8th at 3 PM. The Stags will play the # 10/#11 nationally ranked Ivy League Yale Bulldogs. Stags come into the game with a 2-2 record and the Bulldogs have a 2-0 season mark.
The Bulldogs started the 2014 season with a 10-6 victory at home against the then ranked #19 St. John’s from the Big East. They next traveled to Bryant University last Saturday and avoided an upset. The Bulldogs won the game, with 9-8 being the final score. They Bulldogs got off to a fast start scoring six goals in the first quarter, holding a 6-3 margin after one period. Both teams scored one goal in the second period for 7-4 Yale halftime lead. Defenses again prevailed in the third period with both clubs again only getting one goal each keeping the Bulldogs in the lead by an 8-5 score at the end of three periods. Bryant cut the Yale lead down to 8-7 but the Bulldogs got the eventual game winner with 5 minutes remaining in the game. The final five minutes were frantic with Bryant making it a 9-8 game but Yale prevailed at the final horn.
Yale is very lean on providing team and individual stats so this section of the pregame report will not be as detailed as normal. Guess you have to cut corners with a $20 billion dollar endowment fund!! After two games, the Bulldogs have scored 19 goals while their opponents have scored 14 goals. Yale is taking 45 shots per game and has a .211 shot percentage. Eight of their goals have been with an assist. Their opponents have scored 14 goals after taking 58 shots. The Bulldogs not scored this year on seven man up chances this season but have scored one man down goal. Yale’s man down team also has not allowed a goal out of five chances in the two games.
Yale has scooped up 51 ground ball and the Bulldogs have 28 turnovers. The opposition has 35 ground balls and 37 turnovers. The Bulldogs defense has 20 caused turnovers and their opposition also has 27 caused turnovers. On clears, Yale has been successful 34 times out of 36 chances. Their opponents have cleared the ball 25 out of 31 tries.
The leading scorers are # 9 Conrad Oberbeck with four goals and one assist and # 22 Brandon Managan with three goals and two assists. Colin Flaherty, # 18, has scored four goals. Jeff Cimbalista and Michael Bonacci each have two goals for the 2014 season. Mark Glichi has one goal and one assist while Shane Thornton has been credited with two assists. Three other Yale players have one point for the young season. Eric Natale has played all 120 minutes in goal this year allowing 14 goals and getting 20 saves.
Fairfield is averaging 13.5 goals per game in the 2014 season while holding the opposition to 8.75 goals per game. The Stags have scored 54 goals in its four games out of 126 shots for a .429 shot percentage. The opponents scored 35 goals out of 120 shots for a .292 shot percentage. Twenty six of the Stags goals came via an assist while the opponents scored sixteen assisted goals. Fairfield has 28 unassisted goals and the opposition has scored 19 unassisted goals. Fairfield has scored nine times out of 19 man up chances for a .474 conversion rate. Fairfield’s man down defense has allowed only one extra man goal this season out of eleven chances for a .091 conversion rate.
Fairfield has scooped up 114 ground balls in 2014 and the opposition has captured 126 ground balls. The Stags have turned the ball over 52 times and the opponents had 60 turnovers. Fairfield had 28 caused turnovers while the Stags’ opponents have been credited with 27 caused turnovers. In the face off game, the Stags won 43 times out of 102 chances for .422 winning percentage. The opposition are 59 of 102 face offs for a .578 winning percentage. The Stags has successfully cleared 72 times out of 79 chances for a .911 clear percentage this season. The opponents cleared 52 times successfully out of 63 chances for a .825 clear percentage. Officials flagged the Stags 14 times in the four games for 13.30 minutes and the opponents received 20 penalties for 18 minutes of penalty time.
The Stags scored sixteen times in the fourth quarter, fourteen times in the first and third quarters and ten times in the second quarter. The opponents scored twelve goals in the second quarter and ten times in the first stanza. Eight goals have been scored in the third period and only five goals in the fourth quarter by the opposition. The fourth quarter has seen the Stags taking 41 shots, 30 shots in the third quarter, 29 times in the first quarter and 26 times in the second quarter. Stags’ opponents have 35 shots in the second quarter, 31 in the third quarter, 30 in the first quarter and 24 shots in fourth frames of the 2014 season.
Tristian Sperry leads team in scoring with 17 points, ten goals and seven assists. Eric Warden leads the team in goals with 12 and has two assists for 14 points. Jake Knotsman has six goals and two assists for eight points. TJ Neubauer has six goals and one assist for seven points along with Colin McLinden whose seven points come with two goals and five assists in 2014. Dave Fleming has six goals this year. With five points is Mikey Gulasey with three goals and two assists. Conor Dalton has scored four goals in 2014. Nick Guida and Nico Panepinto have three points, Guida with one goal and two assists and Panepinto has three assists. Jack Murphy played 225 plus minutes in the four games played. Thirty three goals have been scored against him for an 8.78 goals against average. He has been credited with 34 saves for a .507 save percentage. Tyler Behring played almost 15 minutes in the nets in relief of Murphy. Two goals have been scored against him for an 8.22 goals against average and credited with one save for a .333 save percentage.
Stags need to recover from the loss against Providence taking on the nationally ranked Yale Bulldogs. This will be the fifth game of the season for the Stags versus the third game of the 2014 season for the Bulldogs.
This game in conjunction with Women’s noon game against Vermont is called the Fairfield Faceoff for a Cause to support the Wounded Warriors Project. With a donation of $15, fans will receive a specially designed hat or a t-shirt for the event, while supplies last. Fans can also bid on a variety of silent auction items including: a PS4 gaming system, a GoPro Camera, a Bose SoundDock®, a signed hockey stick by New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, a jersey signed by the USA Women’s Lacrosse World Cup Team, tickets for the New York Giants and the New York Yankees, a weekend getaway package to Saratoga Springs, a Vineyard Vines gift basket, and more. All items were donated by family and friends of the lacrosse programs and all funds raised go directly to the Wounded Warrior Project.
I will be attending the Yale game. It is predicted to be 50 plus degree day on Saturday. Come to Alumni Field and see the team play. To view the game live, here is a link:

http://www.maacsports.com/mediaPortal/player.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17400

There is a charge to watch the live video. To “watch” on live stats, here is the link:

http://www.sidearmstats.com/fairfield/mlax/

GO STAGS!! Roger Yergeau ’73

Providence 14 Fairfield 11 March 4, 2014 Post Game Report

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

To the Founder and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse-The Providence Friars beat the Stags on a very cold Tuesday afternoon by a 14-11 score. The box score described the weather as “It Cold”. Providence took an early 2-0 lead and never looked back. Fairfield’s offense was lead by Sophomore TJ Neubauer who had three goals and an assist along with Junior Tristian Sperry who added two goals and two assists and Senior Eric Warden scoring two goals and an assist. The Stags are now 2-2 for the season and the Friars went home with a 3-1 season record.

The game starts with Senior Jack Murphy in goal and Providence’s Tyler Himes in the cage. Taking the initial face off is Senior Michael Roe and Ryan Shaw for the Friars. Roe wins the opening draw and Junior Bryan Barry on the wing gets the ground ball. Stags go on offense but have a turnover on their first offensive set. Providence’s offense sets up after clearing the ball. Murphy saves the Friars first shot of the game at 12:45 but the clear fails on a caused turnover and Providence gets to the ground ball. The Friars Nolan Fillett scores at 12:20 with Andrew Barton getting the assist for a 1-0 lead. Shaw and Roe go to the X with Shaw winning the face and getting the ground ball. After working the offense for a minute, the Friars shot is high but they back up the ball. Another minute of working the wheel, Senior Shawn Honovich has a caused turnover and Senior Greg Perraut gets to the ground ball. During the clear, Providence’s Sean Wright is called for a slash at 10:09. Man up unit comes on the field and patiently works the ball. Sophomore Mikey Gulasey takes a shot at 9:35 that Hines saves. The Friars are unable to clear the ball and the Stags bring the ball back into the offensive zone. The penalty expires but the Stags offense is looking for a good shot. Freshman Dave Fleming takes a wide shot at 8:10. At 7:49 Stags have a turnover and Alex Corboy gets the ground ball. Thirty seconds later, PC’s Joseph Fitzpatrick score unassisted to push the lead to 2-0. Roe now beats Shaw at the faceoff circle with Barry getting the ground ball. Stags look for a good shot and Sperry feeds Neubauer who puts it into the back of the cage to cut the Friars lead to 2-1 with 6:09 on the first quarter clock. Shaw takes this face off with Jake Newman getting the ground ball for the Friars. Finally the Friars go to the cage and Barton scores unassisted at 4:50 to give PC a 3-1 lead. Shaw beats Roe on the draw and Andrew Pappas gets the ground ball. The Friars are content to just to keep circling the ball around the cage. Officials put on the 30 second shot clock warning at 3:20 and 5 seconds later Wright scores for the Friars with Corboy getting an assist to make is a 4-1 game. Coach Copelan calls his first time out of the half to settle things down. Roe now beats Shaw for the faceoff with Barry getting the ground ball. Stags are working their offense set and Freshman Jake Knotsman powers home a shot into the cage at 1:44 to cut the Providence lead to 4-2. The goal is unassisted. Officials call a face off violation on Roe and PC picks up the ball. Two Friars shots go wide. In a final second scramble for a loose ball, Junior Max Buchanan with two seconds remaining of the first quarter is called for slashing. PC’s man up unit just holds the ball to end the period. Providence has the first quarter lead by a 4-2 score.

The Friars start the second quarter with the ball as they had the ball with a man in the box.  They find an opening in the first 29 second.  Robert Caffery scores a man up goal with an assist from Wright.  PC now extends its lead to 5-2. This is the first man down goal given up by the Stags in the 2014 season.  Roe beats Shaw on the resulting face off and Roe gets to the ground ball.  Stags look for a good shot and Freshman Dave Fleming puts home a hard shot unassisted to make it a 5-3 game at 13:37 in the second quarter.  This time Shaw wins the face off and Will Morehead gets the ground ball.  PC’s offense is called for a stall and the officials give them a 30 second shot warning.  A quick shot is taken and is saved by Murphy but the ball is loose in front of the crease. Greg FitzMaurice bats the ball into the net. FitzMaurice is credited with an unassisted goal to give the Friars a 6-3 lead at the 11:48 mark.  Shaw and Roe continue their battle and Shaw wins this time and gets to the ground ball.  Providence’s coach calls time out at 11:42.  Friars restart and 45 seconds later Murphy saves a shot and starts the clear.  For almost a minute the Stags work their offense but have a turnover and PC clears.  At 9:08, Wright scores for the Friars unassisted to make the score 7-3.  Roe this time beats Wright and Roe gets to the ground ball.  Stags have a turnover 20 seconds later and the Friars clear.  At 7:45, Friars take a wide shot and retain the ball.  Officials call a push with possession technical foul on Senior Toby Armour.  The Fairfield man down unit is solid and in 30 seonds both teams are now at even strength. The officials now flag Sophomore Conor Barr for a 30 second technical push.  Man down unit pressures the Providence EMO team and a shot by Corboy is saved by Murphy.  The teams are even but the Fairfield clear is stopped and PC has a caused turnover.  Their offense strikes quickly with Corboy scoring on an assist from Barton to push the PC lead to 8-3.  Roe beats Shaw with Neubaurer on the wing getting the ground ball.  Neubauer finds a cutting Sperry.  Sperry scores with an assist to Neubauer to half the score to 8-4 at 5:32.  Roe again beats Shaw at the face off circle.  Roe gets the ground ball and immediately goes to the cage but his shot is wide.  Friars’ coach calls a time out at 5:26 to stop the Stags momentum.  Stags restart and quickly Senior Eric Warden takes a shot that goes wide.  Fairfield retains the ball and a second shot by Warden is saved by Himes who starts the clear.  The Friars offense connects with Fitzpatrick getting an assist from FitzMaurice for a 9-4 lead at 4:27.  Shaw wins the draw and ground ball against Roe.  Providence is in no rush to take a shot.  With 3:18. Wright’s shot is saved by Murphy.  Stags clear but the offense has a turnover and PC gets to the ground ball. Clear is good and Wright scores again with an assist by FitzMaurice at 1:48 for a 10-4 Providence lead.  Shaw gets the face off as the officials call a violation on Roe.  A quick Friars shot goes wide but they retain the ball.  With 19 seconds remaining in the period, Murphy makes a save on Wright’s shot but the Stags clear fails on a caused turnover.  PC gets the loose ground ball but the horn sounds to end the first half. Teams go into the locker room with a 10-4 lead in the Friars favor.

Second half starts with Roe and Shaw continuing their face off battle.  Shaw takes the first draw of the half with Morehead getting the ground ball.  Stags’ Barr gets a caused turnover, picks up the ground ball and starts the clear.  Warden takes a shot that Himes saves 45 seconds into the period and the clear is good.  Again, PC is no rush to take a shot.  At 12:34 of the third quarter, Corboy gets an unassisted goal to make it an 11-4 game.  Shaw wins the second draw of the half and gets the ground ball.  Barr gets another caused turnover and Buchanan gets the loose ground ball.  Clear is good.  Stags’ Sophomore Conor Barr gets a loose ball on an errant pass and he is tripped by PC’s Trup Ortlieb.  Man up for one minute for the Stags.  A quick shot by Gulasey is saved by Himes.  The Friars clear but Armour creates a quick turnover.  Armour gets the ground ball and carries it into the offensive half.  He is slashed by PC’s Jak Wawrzniak. On the slow whistle the Stags retain the ball.  However the ball goes back to close to the midfield stripe and Corboy goes offsides.  Whistle blows and Stags have a two man advantage for 1:30 at 9:16 of the third period. The EMO unit works fast and Warden scored with an assist from Junior Colin McLinden to make it a 11-5 game at 9:07.  Goal releases both penalties.  Shaw wins the face and Jimmy Cunningham gets the ground ball.  PC offense is patient and at 7:29, Murphy makes a save. Clear for Fairfield is good.  Almost 90 seconds later, McLinden sets up Fleming who scores.  Now it is an 11-6 game.  Shaw wins the faceoff and gets the ground ball.  Murphy picks off a PC pass and he clears the ball. Fairfield’s offense takes its time and at 5:56 Fleming scores with McLinden picking up the assist, Now PC leads 11-6.  Shaw continues his win streak for the second half at the X and he gets the ground ball.  Corboy scores with Barton getting an assist at the 4:36 mark of the third quarter for a 12-6 Friars lead. Roe is called for a face off violation. Friars’ ball. With 4 minutes remaining in the period, Murphy creates a turnover and he picks up the ground ball.  He starts the clear and the Stags offense looks for a shot.  But another turnover and PC’s Corboy gets the ground ball.  The Friars are really slowing things down, killing time on the clock.  A shot at 2:20 goes wide and they retain the ball.  Another 50 seconds off the clock but this time Barton’s unassisted shot gets by Murphy.  With 1:27 remaining in the quarter, the Friars lead is now13-6.  Junior Louis DiGiacomo now goes to the faceoff circle and takes the draw against Shaw.  DiGiacomo wins and he gets the resulting ground ball.  Sperry finds a cutting Neubauer with 50 seconds remaining in the period to cut the lead to 13-7.  Shaw wins the second face off against DiGiacomo with Jimmy Cunningham getting the ground ball.  Stags defense is now very aggressive and Armour creates a turnover which Senior Shawn Honovich gets the ground ball with 9 seconds remaining. The Stags cannot get off a last second shot and the third period ends with Providence leading 13-7.

DiGiacomo starts the fourth quarter at the X against Shaw and DiGiacomo gets the win and ground ball.  After holding the ball on offense for 35 seconds, a Stags have a turnover.  PC fails to clear when Buchanan has a caused turnover and gets the resulting ground ball.  Clear is good and Fairfield’s offense is looking for a good shot. Sperry takes a wide shot after 80 seconds of probing.  The Stags keep the ball and 10 seconds later, Sperry’s second shot in this flurry finds the back of the net.  With 12:21 remaining in the game, the Providence lead is now 13-8.  DiGiacomo again beats Shaw and he gets the ground ball.  Stags offense is working to get a good shot when Neubaurer fires one of his rockets into the PC goal unassisted with 11:35 showing on the game clock.  The flag was down when the goal was scored for a cross checking penalty on Providence’s Ryan Newman. Man down face off for the EMO team. DiGiacomo beats Shaw and Buchanan gets the ground ball. Stags successfully clear.  Warden gets off a good shot but it is blocked. Coach Copelen uses his first time out of the second half.  On the restart, McLinden shot on the set play is saved by Himes. PC tries to clear but the Stags want the ball.  The Friars have a turnover and Fairfield gets the ball into the offensive zone as both teams are at even strength.  With Warden directing the offense, he finds Knotsman who gets the goal to make it a 13-10 game with 9:32 on the clock.  Once again, DiGiacomo takes the face off away from Shaw and gets the ground ball.  Twenty seconds into the Stags offense, the Friars have a caused turnover and they clear the ball.  Time out is called by the Providence coach. On the restart, PC clearly is killing the clock and the officials put on the 30 second shot clock warning. Wright takes a shot that Murphy saves.  He gets the ground ball and starts the clear.  Fleming takes a shot but it hits the post. Stags’ Federico gets the ground ball and resets the offensive set. However, another Fairfield turnover 20 seconds later and PC clears. They take a minute off the clock and Corboy scores a goal unassisted with 4:26 left in the game.  Providence now makes it a 14-10 game in their favor.  DiGiacomo is hot at the X. He wins the face off and gets the ground ball.  Stags offense works for a good shot but have a turnover. PC clears.  At 3:04, Providence’s coach uses his second time out of the half.  Fairfield’s defense is doubling the ball on the restart and makes the Friars to have a turnover.  Coach Copelen uses his second time out of the half at 1:46.  After the Stags restart, Warden’s hard shot finds the back of the net unassisted.  It is now a 14-11 game. DiGiacomo comes out to the faceoff circle with 97 seconds left on the clock.  He beats Shaw and Neubauer gets the ground ball.  Providence creates a quick turnover and gets the ground ball. The Stags want the ball back and PC can not clear.  With 58 seconds remaining, Federico gets the ground ball when Providence has a turnover.  Fleming takes a shot that Himes saves. Himes comes out of the cage to take the ball down the field. In my estimation, he trips on his own feet. Ball comes loose and Stags put it in the net.  However the official throws his flag and calls McLinden for a slash.  Since it was a defensive end penalty, PC gets the ball at midfield and has an extra man.  Stags do not pressure the ball and the game ends with the Friars winning 14-11.

Providence outshot the Stags by a 29-23 margin.  Fairfield won the ground ball game by a 31-29 mark.  Stags had three faceoff violations versus none for the Friars.  Face offs were even with both teams getting 14 of the 28 draws.  Providence has 11 successful clears out of 16 chances while Fairfield cleared 16 out of 19 tries.  Both teams had one man up goal on four chances.  The Stags had 14 turnovers while PC has 12 turnovers.  Providence has four 30 shot clock warnings called while the Stags were never called for a stall. Murphy is credited with eight saves and Himes for PC had six saves for the game.

Stars of the game-TJ Neubauer had three goals and one assist for four points while Tristian Sperry had two goals and two assist for four points.  Conor Barr had a very good game in my estimation and had two caused turnovers on the day.

Both Fleming and Knotsman had two goals for the game.  They are making the Frosh of the Year a difficult choice! Neubauer’s four point day gives him the edge for the Soph of the Year designation.

Seen at the game-Small crowd for a mid week game and a very cold one at that. Coach Will Mraz was there after spending time at the Women’s Team game, a win over Lehigh.

A quick turnaround for the Stags. Take on cross state Ivy League Yale at 3 PM on Saturday March 8th. Yale comes in ranked #11 in both the Coaches and Media Polls and has one of the top face off specialist in the nation.  The game will be part of the double header with the Women’s team playing at 12 noon against Vermont. It is also the Fairfield Faceoff for a Cause as both teams will be raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project.  For a $15 donation you get a specially designed T-Shirt and the teams will be having a silent auction at the game.  Suppose to be a 50 degree day on Saturday. Great lacrosse weather. Try and make it to the game!!  Best Regards- Roger Yergeau ’73

 

Fairfield versus Providence College Pre Game Report March 4, 2014

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse- The Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Stags start a four game home stand on Tuesday March 4th at 4 PM.  The Stags will play the Providence College Friars, a team from the Big East.  I believe that this will be the first meeting between the Friars and the Stags on the lacrosse field. Stags come into the game with a 2-1 record and the Friars also have a 2-1 season mark.

Providence started the year with a road win over Vermont by a score of 8-6. In their second game, the Friars beat Boston University by a 10-7 score in the Terriers first Division 1 Lacrosse game in Boston, Mass. On Saturday, March 1st, their home opener which was moved to Bryant University due to field conditions on the Providence campus. The Friars lost to Quinnipiac College by a 16-9 score.  Providence scored the first goal of the game but the Bobcats went on a five goal run in the first period.  The Friars concluded the first quarter with a goal to end the period by a 5-2 score.  Quinnipiac then went on a 9 goal run including 6 goals in the second quarter for an 11-2 halftime lead.  The Bobcats ended the third quarter by a 14-2 score.  Providence started the fourth quarter with two goals and then a five goal run to end the game.

After three games, the Friars have scored 27 goals out of 133 shots taken, thus averaging 9.0 goals per game with a .203 shot percentage. Their opponents have scored 29 goals out of 105 shots with a 9.67 goals per game with a .276 shot percentage. Providence is taking 44.3 shots per game and their opponents have taken 35 shots per game. The Friars have scored 12 goals with an assist so far in 2014. The opposition has recorded 20 goals via the assist route. Fifthteen of the Friars goals this year have been unassisted while the opposition has scored nine times unassisted. Providence has had twelve man up chances this season and hit the back of the net seven times for a .583 conversion percentage. Their opponents have had a man advantage eleven times and scored five times with a .455 conversion percentage.

The Friars have scooped up 90 ground balls and their opponents have also gotten to 96 ground ball. Providence has 46 turnovers while their opposition has had 70 turnovers. The Friars defense has 35 caused turnovers and their opposition also has 27 caused turnovers. In the face off game, Providence has won 24 draws out of 68 chances for a .353 winning percentage. The opponents thus have also taken 44 draws out of 68 chances for a .647 winning percentage. On the clear, the Friars have successfully cleared 62 times out of 66 chances for ..939 clear percentage. The opponents have cleared the ball 45 times out of 68 opportunities for a .662 clear percentage. The officials have flagged Providence eleven times for 8 minutes in penalties and the opponents have been flagged 12 times for 9.30 in penalty minutes.

The Friars so far in the 2014 season have scored nine times in the fourth period, eight times in the first quarter and six goals in the second stanza. Providence has scored four times in the second quarter. Their opponents have hit the back of the net nine times in the first period, eight times in the second quarter, and seven times in the third period. The opposition has scored five times in the final stanza. Providence best shooting period is the fourth quarter where they have taken 39 shots this year.  The first period has seen the Friars attack take 35 shots, 31 shots in the third quarter and 16 shots in the second stanza.  The Friars opponents like the second period with 29 shots being taken and 26 shots in the fourth quarter. Providence’ opponents have taken 25 shots in the first and third quarters.

Leading Providence in goals is Alex Conbuy #18, who has seven goals and one assists for eight points.  Leading the Friars in scoring is #33 Sean Wright with five goals and four assists for nine points. Joseph Fitzpatrick has four goals and one assist for five points while Greg FitzMaurice has three goals and one assist for four points. Andrew Barton has scored two goals and three assists for five points. Two other players have also scored 2 goals for the season and finally two other Friars have one goal. Tyler Himes has played 150 minutes in goal this year.  He has allowed 24 goals and has a 9.60 goals against average.  He has been credited with 24 saves for a .500 save percentage. Peter Badgley played 23 minutes in relief for Himes at the Quinnipiac game allowing 5 goals and getting three saves.  Max Huber finished the Quinnipiac game playing almost seven minutes.  He did not allow any goals and made one save.

Fairfield is averaging 14.33 goals per game in the 2014 season while holding the opposition to 7.00 goals per game. The Stags have scored 43 goals in its first two games out of 103 shots for a .417 shot percentage. The opponents scored 21 goals out of 91 shots for a .231 shot percentage.  Twenty of the Stags goals came via an assist while the opponents scored nine assisted goals.  Fairfield has 23 unassisted goals and the opposition has scored twelve unassisted goals. Fairfield has scored eight times out of 15 man up chances for a .533 conversion rate. Fairfield’s man down defense has not allowed an extra man goal this season. The opponents have been unable to convert on their seven extra man chances.

Fairfield has scooped up 83 ground balls in 2014 and the opposition has captured 97 ground balls.  The Stags have turned the ball over 38 times and the opponents had 48 turnovers.  Fairfield had 20 caused turnovers while the Stags’ opponents have been credited with 22 caused turnovers. In the face off game, the Stags won 29 times out of 74 chances for .392 winning percentage.  The opposition are 45 of 74 face offs for a  .608 winning percentage.  The Stags has successfully cleared 56 times out of 60 chances for a .933 clear percentage this season. The opponents cleared 41 times successfully out of 47 chances for a .872 clear percentage.  Officials flagged the Stags ten times in the first three games for 10.30 minutes and the opponents received 15 penalties for 13.3 minutes of penalty time.

The Stags scored twelve times in the first period and fourth quarter, eleven times in the third and eight times in the second quarter.  The opponents scored six goals in the opening frame and the second stanza, and five goals in the third period and only four goals in the fourth quarter. The fourth quarter has seen the Stags taking 32 shots, 25 shots in the first and third quarters, and 21 times in the second quarter.  Stags opponents have 26 shots in the third quarter, 22 in the first and second quarters and 21 shots in fourth frames of the 2014 season.

Tristian Sperry leads team in scoring with 13 points, eight goals and five assists.  Eric Warden leads the team in goals with 10 and has one assist for 11 points.  Jake Knotsman has five goals and two assists for six points along with Drew Federico whose six points come with four goals and two assists also in 2014.  With five points are Mikey Gulasey and Colin McLinden.  Gulasey has three goals and two assists while McLinden has two goal and three assists.  Word is that McLinden will play in the Providence game.  Conor Dalton and Dave Fleming both have four goals for their point totals.  TJ Neubauer has three goals so far this season. Nick Guida and Nico Panepinto have three points, Guida with one goal and two assists and Panepinto has three assists. Jack Murphy played 165 plus minutes in the three games played. Nineteen goals have been scored against him for a 6.89 goals against average.  He has been credited with 26 saves for a .578 save percentage. Tyler Behring played almost 15 minutes in the nets in relief of Murphy. Two goals have been scored against him for an 8.22 goals against average and credited with one save for a .333 save percentage.

Busy week for the Stags with Providence on Tuesday and playing Yale on Saturday afternoon. The Stags will be rested for Providence and should have a big rebound effort after the Hofstra game.

Fairfield lacrosse teams, both the women’s and men’s, will play games on Saturday March 8th and use the games to support the Wounded Warriors Project.  To help, the Stags will be raising money and awareness by collecting donations and holding a silent auction during their lone doubleheader on March 8. The day begins at 12pm when the women’s team hosts Vermont followed by the men’s game against Yale at 3pm.

With a donation of $15, fans will receive a specially designed hat or a t-shirt for the event, while supplies last. Fans can also bid on a variety of silent auction items including: a PS4 gaming system, a GoPro Camera, a Bose SoundDock®, a signed hockey stick by New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, a jersey signed by the USA Women’s Lacrosse World Cup Team, tickets for the New York Giants and the New York Yankees, a weekend getaway package to Saratoga Springs, a Vineyard Vines gift basket, and more. All items were donated by family and friends of the lacrosse programs and all funds raised go directly to the Wounded Warrior Project.

I will be attending the Providence game.  To view the game live, here is a link:

http://www.maacsports.com/mediaPortal/player.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17400

There is a charge to watch the live video.  To “watch” on live stats, here is the link:

http://www.sidearmstats.com/fairfield/mlax/

Will send an e-mail blast with the final score on late Monday.  Have a lacrosse officials meeting at 7 PM in Somers, NY.  GO STAGS!!  Roger Yergeau ’73

 

Hofstra 9 Fairfield 7 February 25, 2014 Post Game Report

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse-The Stags traveled to Hofstra and came home with a hard fought tough loss on a cold afternoon, high 20s at game time. A fourth quarter rally and a shutout last seven minutes of the third period and the fourth quarter were not enough to overcome the early lead built up by the Pride. Fairfield’s offense was lead by Freshman Dave Fleming, Junior Drew Federico, and Senior Eric Warden who all scored two goals. The Stags are now 2-1 overall and Hofstra is now 1-2 for the 2014 season.

With Senior Jack Murphy in goal for the Stags and Chris Selva ready for the Pride, Senior Michael Roe faces off against Kris Clarke to start the game. Clarke wins the draw and Anthony Zappone on the wing gets the ground ball. The Pride set up their offense and a shot 47 seconds into the game by Mike Malave is saved by Murphy. The clear is good and Junior Bryan Barry takes a quick shot that goes wide. Stags keep the ball but the Pride create a caused turnover by Ryan Rielly who gets to the ground ball. Hofstra clears and their offense looks for a shot. At 12:18, Korey Hendrickson beats Murphy for an unassisted goal. Pride leads 1-0. Roe and Clarke face off again with Reilly on the Pride wing getting to the ground ball. Murphy makes a save on a quick shot by Zappone. Stags clear and the offense is patient and working very hard to find a good shot. At 10:48, Fleming takes a hard shot but it hits the post! Hofstra clears. For the next few minutes, both offenses are probing but the defenses are prevailing. At 6:59, Junior Max Buchanan is called for an illegal body check after a Pride shot that went wide. The officials make it a one minute unreleaseable penalty. Fairfield’s man down unit does a great job holding the Pride to one shot by Malave and Freshman Jay Walsh creates a turnover at 5:02 and scoops up the ground ball. Stags clear and again the offense works to probe the Pride defense. Freshman Nico Panepinto’s shot is saved by Selva and he starts the clear with 3:17 left in the first quarter. Now the Pride’s offense works the ball against a tight Stags defense. Sam Llinares takes a wide shot at 2:04 but on the rebound ground ball, Tyler Begley finds Brier Davis at 1:51. Davis scores and now Hofstra is up by a 2-0 score. Clarke again beat Roe at the X and Zappone gets the ground ball. Walsh pressures Zappone and Walsh has another caused turnover. Walsh gets to the ground ball and clears. With 48 seconds remaining in the period, Junior Drew Federico, returning home to Long Island, beats Selva with Freshman Jake Knotsman geting the assist. Hofstra now leads 2-1. Junior Louis DiGiacomo now takes the face off against Clarke.  Clarke wins with wing Steve Romano getting the ground ball.  Hofsta looks for that last minute goal but a shot by Rielly is saved by Murphy with 35 seconds remaining in the quarter who starts the clear. With 17 seconds showing on the clock, Coach Copelan calls time out to set up the final shot.  On the restart, Senior Eric Warden gets the shot but it goes wide. Stags back up and have 7 ticks left in the quarter.  Before the horn sounds, Fleming goes to the cage but Selva makes a point blank save to keep it a 2-1 Hofstra lead.

Roe comes back out to face Clarke. Roe wins his face off of the day and gets the ground ball.  The Stags are very patient on offense but Hofstra’s Rielly has a caused turnover at 12:31.  Hofstra clears succssfully. The Pride take their time working the offense.  At 11:06 Torin Vam takes a wide shot and Hofstra retains the ball.   The Pride’s Sam Llinares scored unassisted at 10:45 to make it a 3-1 Hofstra lead.  Clarke takes the face off when the officials call a violation on Roe.  With 9:59 remaining in the period, Hofstra’s Vam takes a shot that goes wide but a cross checking penalty is called on Senior Connor Maniatty.  Man down unit for Fairfield is now on the field and stops three Pride shots with Murphy making a save at 9:18.  Clear is good and Stags offense kills the balance of the penalty.  Fleming  is left alone and he walks in on the Hofstra cage and scores unassisted at 8:37 to make it a 3-2 Pride lead.  Roe loses the face off to Clarke and Steve Romano for Hofstra gets to the ground ball.  Vam scores at 7:50 with an assist from Malave.  Hofstra now leads 4-2.  DiGiacomo is now taking the face for Fairfield against Clarke.  The referee calls a violation on Clarke, Stags ball.  For the next minute the Stags look to cut the lead but a turnover is committed and Hofstra’s clear is successful.  Malave takes a shot that Murphy saves and Sophomore Conor Barr gets the ground ball.  Stags clear and at 4:54, Sophomore TJ Neubauer’s shot is saved by Selva.  Hofstra clears but at 4:30 mark of the second period, Frosh Walsh creates a turnover.  Junior Max Buchanan gets the ground ball and clears.  Junior Nick Guida picks up a loose ground ball in the offensive zone.  He finds a cutting Junior Tristian Sperry who buries his shot.  With 4:21 remaining in the quarter, it is a 4-3 game.  On the shot, Hofstra’s Zappone is called for a slashing penalty.  Man down face off in the Stags favor.  DiGiacomo loses the draw to Clarke who also gets to the ground ball.  Timeout is called by Hofstra at 4:05.  The Pride kill the man down penalty by keeping the ball in the offensive zone.  Stags attempted to double the ball but were not successful in getting a turnover. After both teams are at full strength, Hofstra’s attack finds an opening at 2:48 remaining.  Brier with an assist from Llinares scores giving The Pride a 5-3 lead.  Clarke and Roe resume their battle at the X but the officials call a violation on Clarke.  Stags ball and they go on offense.  Federico takes a shot with 2:15 left in the period but Selva makes the save.  Hofstra clears and a quick shot by Steve Romano goes wide.  The Pride retain the ball. With 80 seconds left in the first half, Malave scores unassisted to push the lead for Hofstra to 6-3.  Roe this time beats Clarke and with 53 seconds showing on the clock, Knostman takes a shot that Selva saves.  Stags retain the ball but with 29 ticks left in the half.  Hofstra gets to a loose ground ball.  Hofstra can not clear and turn the ball over to the Stags.  Fairfield can not get off a final shot and the period ends with The Pride leading 6-3.

Roe and Clarke take the second half face off with Clarke getting the win and Zappone getting to the ground ball.  At 14:13, Walsh creates another turnover and the loose ground ball is picked up by Senior Greg Perraut.  Stags clear and work their offensive sets.  A shot by Federico is wide and then Warden’s shot  is blocked. At 11:39, Hofstra’s Romano gets a ground ball and starts the clear.  Barr quickly creates a turnover and the ground ball. The Stags clear is good but at 10:12, but Fairfield has a turnover.  Hofstra clears and work the ball in the offensive zone.  The Pride’s Drew Coholan scores unassisted at 9:18 for a 7-3 lead.  Clarke beats Roe on the face off and Clarke takes the ground ball right to the cage scoring Hofstra’s 8th goal of the day for a 8-3 Pride lead. DiGiacomo now comes out the face off circle to battle Clarke.  Clarke wins the face off with Romano getting the ground ball.  The Pride quickly turns the ball over and Fleming gets the ground ball.  Stags need a goal and Sperry feeds Federico who hits the back of the net.  This cuts the lead to 8-4 for Hofstra with 8:14 showing on the clock.  Clarke again beats DiGiacomo with John Reicherter getting the ground ball.  The Pride is deliberate in their offensive set.  Llinares’ pass to Vam results in a goal giving Hofstra a 9-4 lead with 7:28 left in the third quarter.  DiGiacomo gets a win at the face off circle against Clarke and he picks up the ground ball to start the Stags offense.  At 6:49 left in the quarter, Warden gets an unassisted goal and cuts the lead to 9-5 in Hofstra’s favor.  The last six minutes plus of the third quarter has both teams working the offenses and having having turnovers.  The period ends with Hofstra leading 9-5.

The fourth quarter starts with unsportsmanlike conduct penalties on Zapprone and Federico as the officials do not like their “jockeying” for position on the wing.  Clarke takes the fourth quarter face off when DiGiacomo is called for a violation.  Hofstra holds the ball but have a turnover. Stags clear and Fleming gets his second goal of the game unassisted to make it a 9-6 game with 13:05 remaining.  On the goal, Fleming is slashed by Reicherter. Stags now have a man up face off for the second time in the game.  Roe returns to the X against Clarke but Hostra takes the critical draw. The Pride kill off the penalty in the offensive zone.  Teams are back and forth.  At 4:38 left in the game, Coach Copelan calls time out to set up the attack.  Federico gets a shot but Selva making a save.  Fleming gets the ground ball and resets the offense.  With 3:33 remaining in the game, Warden scores his second goal of the game to make it a 9-7 game.  DiGiacomo beats Clarke and when the ball goes back to the box, Buchanan gets the ground ball.  Stags clear and look for a good shot.  Federico’s shot at 2:35 is wide but Stags retain the ball.  With 1:58 showing on the game clock, Hofstra has a caused turnover. Stags are aggressive and the Pride do not clear the ball.  Senior Sean Honovich gets the resulting ground ball and Coach Copelan uses his last timeout at 1:26.  Stags restart but Hofstra’s Rielly gets a caused turnover and the ground ball with 62 seconds left in the game.  The Pride clear the ball and hold it till 23 seconds left in the game. Coach Tierney for Hofstra calls a time out as the Stags are working hard to get a Hofstra turnover. On the restart, The Pride offense move the ball smartly around the cage and then into the corner of the field.  With seven seconds remaining, Senior Toby Armour is called for a slash as the Stags defense was trying to get a turnover.  The officials also could have called Murphy who was doubling the Hofstra attack with a cross check. Game ends with Hofstra winning 9-7.

Hofstra outshot the Stags by a 32 to 28 margin.  The Pride got to 29 ground balls and versus 22 for the Stags.  Hofstra turned the ball over 13 times while Fairfield only had 9 turnovers.  Fairfield had 5 caused turnovers while Hofstra had 6 caused turnovers.  Both teams had 2 face off violation.  Hofstra dominated the face offs winning 16 of 20.  Fairfield was perfect on it clears going 16 for 16 and the Pride successfully cleared 15 of 17 clears.  Both teams went 0 for 3 on extra man opportunities.  Murphy was credited with 8 saves and Salve for Hofstra had 10 saves for the game.

Man Down Unit-For three first games this season, the man down unit has not allowed goal.  Great job guys!!

Stars of the Game-Going to go with defense for the Hofstra game.  Seniors Toby Armour, Greg Peraut with three ground balls and Junior Max Buchanan with 2 ground balls shut down The Pride’s leading scorer holding him to one goal and two assists.  In a breakout performance, Freshman Jay Walsh had four caused turnovers for the game.

Frosh of the Year-Got a real battle on for this honor. Jake Knostman is still in the “lead’ with his five goals from the first two games. He got an assist against Hofstra.  Dave Fleming now has four goals this season with his two goal game today.  On the defensive side, Jay Walsh is making a strong case with his four caused turnovers today. Not much change in the Soph of the Year honor.  TJ Neubaurer, Mikey Gulasey and Conor Dalton are all in the running.

Seen at the Game-Joe Kern met me at the front gate and we watched the game together.  Got us into the Hofstra Alumni Lounge for the fourth quarter so we could warm up!  Great to spend time with Joe.

Stags have a rest this weekend.  They start a four game home stand on Tuesday March 4th at 3 PM against Providence College, currently with a 1-0 record.  The Friars are in the Big East Conference play Quinnipiac College on Saturday March 1st at 4 PM.  The game has been moved to Bryant College due to snow conditions at Providence College.  Best Regards- Roger Yergeau ’73

 

Fairifield versus Hofstra Tuesday February 25, 2014 Pre Game Report

Monday, February 24th, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse- The Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Stags play a road game onTuesday February 25, 2014. The Stags will be on the road to play the Hofstra Pride. The game will start at 3 PM at Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium. Fairfield comes into the game with a 2-0 record. The latest national polls have Fairfield ranked #18 by the Warriors Men’s D1 Media Poll and the USILDA Coaches Poll has the Stags ranked #17.  The Pride are members of the CAA which Fairfield wil join in 2015. Hofstra has an 0-2 record of coming into the game.  Two years ago, the Stags and Pride played a classic 3 OT game with Fairfield’s Brent Adams getting the dramatic game winner.  Last year, the Pride outplayed the Stags in all phases of the game and won by a 9-2 score.

Hofstra started the season at home and lost by a 11-9 score to Marquette University. The second year program of Marquette is coached by a former Hofstra player and Associate Head Coach and their roster has many players who played their high shool lacrosse on Long Island. The press reports stated the Marquette crowd was larger than the Hofstra contingent at the game!! This past Saturday, the Pride traveled to Princeton to take on the #10 ranked Tigers. The game was nationally televised on ESPU. After jumping out to a 8-4 lead in the third period, the Pride lost to Princeton by a 12-9 final score.

After two games, the Pride have scored 19 goals out of 78 shots taken, thus averaging 9.5 goals per game with a .244 shot percentage. Their opponents have scored 23 goals out of 59 shots with a 11.5 goals per game with a .390 shot percentage. Hofstra is taking 39 shots per game and their opponents have taken 29.5 shots per game. The Pride have scored 6 goals with an assist so far in 2014. The opposition have recorded 15 goals via the assist route. Thirteen of the Pride goals this year have been unassisted while the opposition has scored 8 times unassisted. Hofstra has had five man up chances this season and hit the back of the net twice for a .400 conversion percentage. Their opponents have had a man advantage six times and scored five times with a .833 conversion percentage.

The Pride have scooped up 58 ground balls and  their opponents have also gotten to 58 ground ball. Hofstra has 26 turnovers while their opposition has had 28 turnovers. The Pride defense has 10 caused turnovers and their opposition also has 10 caused turnovers. In the face off game, Manhattan has won 25 draws out of 50 chances for a .500 winning percentage. The opponents thus have also taken 25 draws out of 50 chances for a .500 winning percentage. On the clear, the Pride have successfully cleared 26 times out of 28 chances for ..929 clear percentage. The opponents have cleared the ball 32 times out of 38 opprotunites for a .842 clear percentage. The officials have flagged Manhattan 6 times for 4.30 minutes in penalties and the opponents have been flagged 5 times for 3.30 in penalty minutes.

The Pride is consistent in their scoring by the quarter. So far in the 2014 season, they have scored five times in the first, third and fourth quarters and four goals in the second stanza. Their opponents have hit the back of the net 8 times in the fourth period, six times in the first and third quarters, and three times in the second period. Hofstra’s best shoooting period is the second quarter where they have taken 27 shots this year.  The fourth period has seen the Pride attack take 18 shots, 17 shots in the third quarter and 16 shots in the opening stanza.  The Pride opponents like the third period with 20 shots being taken and 18 shots in the fourth quarter.  Hofstra’s opponents have taken 13 shots in the first period and only 8 shots in the second quarter.

Leading Hofstra in goals and points is Sam Llinares, #5 , who has five goals and five assists for ten points.  Next on the scoring list is Lance Yapor with four goals, Korey Hendrickson with three goals and both Torin Varm and Mike Malave have scored two goals.  Three other players have also scored one goal for the season. Chris Selva has played all 120 minutes in goal this year.  He has allowed 23 goals and has a 11.5 goals against average.  He has been credited with 17 saves for a .425 save percentage.

The Stags scored 36 goals in its first two games out of 75 shots for a .480 shot percentage. The opponents scored 12 goals out of 59 shots for a .203 shot percentage.  Fourteen of the Stags goals came via an assist while the opponents scored five assisted goals.  Fairfield has 22 unassisted goals and the opposition have scored seven unassisted goals. Fairfield has scored eight times out of twelve man up chances for a .667 conversion rate. Fairfield’s man down defense has not allowed an extra man goal this season. The opponents have been unable to convert on their four extra man chances.

Fairfield has scooped up 61 ground balls in 2014 and the opposition have captured 68 ground balls.  The Stags have turned the ball over 29 times and the opponents had 35 turnovers.  Fairfield  had 15 caused turnovers while the Stags’ opponents have been credited with 16 caused turnovers. In the face off game, the Stags won 23 times out of 54 chances for .426 winning percentage.  The opposition are 31 of 54 face offs for a  .574 winning percentage.  The Stags has successfully cleared 40 times out of 44 chances for a .909 clear percentage this season. The opponents cleared 26 times successfully out of 30 chances for a .867 clear percentage.  Officials flagged the Stags six times in the first two games for 6.30 minutes and the opponents received eleven penalties for 10 minutes of penalty time.

The Stags scored eleven times in the first period, ten times in final quarter, nine times in the third and six times in the second quarter.  The opponents scored four goals in the opening frame and final stanza and  two goals in both if the second and third quarters. The fourth quarter has seen the Stags taking 24 shots, 18 shots in the third quarter, 17 times in the first period and 16 times in the second quarter.  Stags opponents also have 18 shots in the third quarter, 17 in the final stanza and 12 shots in both the first and second frames of the game.

Tristian Sperry leads team in scoring with 11 points, seven goals and four assists.  Eric Warden leads the team in goals with 8 and has one assist for 9 points.  Jake Knotsman has five goals in 2014, followed by Conor Dalton with four goals and TJ Neubauer with three goals.  Both Drew Federico and Mikey Gulasey have four points this season, two goals and two assist for each player. Colin McLinden has three points with two goals and one assist and Dave Fleming has contributed with two goals.  Just playing in the Manhattan game, Nick Guida has one goal. Jack Murphy played 105 plus minutes in the two games played. Ten goals have been scored against him for an 5.69 goals against average.  He was credited with 18 saves for a .643 save percentage. Tyler Behring played almost 15 minutes in the nets in relief of Murphy. Two goals have been scored against him for a 8.22 goals against average. He was credited with one save against Manhattan for a .333 save percentage.

The Stags will be facing a very angry and hungry team on Tuesday afternoon. Losing to to a young Marquette program coached by a Hofstra alum and then having a substantial lead against a nationally ranked team on national TV will make the Pride a difficult squad to face.  Hofstra will also be a higher caliber team than our first two opponents. Coach Copelan will make some adjustments to the attack.  The defense of Murphy, Armour, Perrault and Buchanan should give the Stags a major edge.  The EMO unit needs to continue its great start.  Stags have to do a better job at the  face off circle and on ground balls.  The Stags young players will be tested and the upper classmen will have to show the way.  I will be making the trip to Hofstra. Been there many times with my daughter Claire for soccer and lacrosse tournaments and with my son Peter for lacrosse tournaments.  Joe Kern will be at the game and promises me a seat in a luxury box.  Kernal knows everyone in the lacrosse world on Long Island. GO STAGS!!  Roger Yergeau ’73

 

Fairfield 18 Manhattan 4 Saturday February 22, 2014 Post Game Report

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse-The Stags offense took center stage in the home opener with the laxmen scoring 18 times for the second time in two games while allowing only four goals. The game was moved to the women’s field hockey field due to a tear in the turf of Alumni Field when the snow was being removed. Crews were working on repairing Alumni Field this afternoon. The game was played under cool 50 degree tempatures with a light wind.

The game starts with Michael Roe for Fairfield and Brett Johnson for the Jaspars at the face off circle. Sophmore Conor Barr picks up the loose ground ball from the wing and starts the Stags attack. Just 58 seconds into the game, Senior Eric Warden continues his hot shooting from last weekend and scores unassisted to put Fairfield in the lead by a 1-0 score. Roe and Johnson return to the X and this time Manhattan’s Sean McMahon gets the ground ball. The Stags defense is tight and Barr helps create a Jaspars turnover. Stags clear is good but Manhattan has a caused turnover. Jaspars clear attempt is foiled and the Stags get the ball after a turnover. Stags look for a shot and Junior Colin McLinden’s shot goes wide. On the restart, Stags have a caused turnover and Manhattan picks up the loose ground ball. The Jaspars first shot on Senior Jack Murphy in goal is saved but the Jaspars retain the ball. At 10:25, Jaspars’ Nick Stutler scores unassisted to tie the game at 1-1. Johnson beats Roe for a second straight face off and Manhattan’s Nick Starno gets to the loose ground ball. The Jaspars work the ball and take a quick shot that Murphy easily handles. Murphy starts the clear. Stags work the offense for 45 seconds but the Jaspars have a caused turnover. They pick up the ground ball and clear. Jaspars slow things down and work the ball trying to get a good shot. Manhattan’s shot at 7:51 is saved by Murphy and he clears the ball. Fairfield’s offense wheels the ball around and Junior Tristian Sperry feeds Freshman Dave Fleming who scores at 7:11. Stags now lead 2-1. Jaspars’ Johnson is called for a violation at the X, Stags start the offense. Manhattan gets a quick caused turnover and get to the loose ground ball. Jaspars turn the ball over quickly and Junior D Max Buchanan gets the ground ball. Stags clear into the offensive zone. Fairfield offense takes it time to set up its offensive set for about 55 seconds when Junior Drew Federico’s shot is save by the Manhattan goal keeper Rich Akapnitis. There is a scramble in front of the goal with many green and white jerseys and somehow Freshman Jake Knotsman gets the ball into the net for an unassisted goal. Fairfield now leads 3-1. Roe and Johnson are at the face off cirlcle and Manhattan’s Strano gets the ground ball. Strano takes an immediate shot that goes wide and the Jaspars coach call his first time out. at 5:22. Jaspars restart and take a shot that Murphy saves at 4:37 and Buchanan gets the rebound ground ball and he starts the clear. Jaspars get another caused turnover and the Jaspars’ Alex Gitlitz scoops up the ground ball. Officials call a 30 second holding foul on the Jaspars’ McMahon during the ground ball at 3:32. Stags extra man opprotunity unit enters the field. Sperry gets to a loose ground ball and keeps the Stags EMO chance going. Sophmore Mikey Gulasey takes a wide shot but on the scramble for the ground ball, the Jaspars’ Gitlitz is called for a conduct foul (hit to the head) for two minutes and the officials make it unreleasable at 3:02. The holding penalty for Manhattan has just been released and the Stags EMO unit stays on the field with a chance for more than one goal. Gulasey takes a quick shot that goes wide and the Stags backup the shot. Fairfield works the ball quickly and at 2:37, Gulasey gets an unassisted man up goal. Score is now 4-1 and Fairfield retains man up advantage. Roe beats Johnson on the face off and Stags get the ground ball. Sophmore Conor Dalton’s unassisted shot finds net 20 seconds later and Fairfield increases the lead to 5-1. Manhattan now has Sean McMahon taking the face off against Roe. McMahon wins the battle and gets the ground ball. Still a man up, Stags double the ball and Freshman Middie Jay Walsh creates a turnover. Stags clear and Warden takes a hard shot on the fast break. Shot is blocked by Knotsman gets the ground ball and he fires a shot into the goal unassisted. Fairfield now leads 6-1. McMahon beats Roe at the face off circle and Manhattan has the ball.  McLinden has a caused turnover with 24 seconds left in the period and starts the clear.  Stags have a turnover but Coach Copelan calls his first time out of the first half to avoid a Manhattan advantage on the quick restart.  Jaspars clear and take a wide shot with 5 seconds left in the period.  Period ends with the Stags leading 6-1.

The second period starts with Junior Louis DiGiacomo now at the face off circle for Fairfield versus the Jaspars’ Johnson.  DiGiacomo wins and gets the ground ball.  For the next several minutes, both teams have offensive efforts and turnovers.  At 12:12, Sophomore Middie Frank Borgognone gets a one minute slashing call.  The Fairfield man down unit create a turnover but fail to clear the ball.  At 11:28, the officials call Senior Co-Captain Greg Perraut for a one minute unnecessary roughness.  Stags are now down two men for 16 seconds.  Jaspars take a high shot and then Barr creates a caused turnover.  Stags clear and the offense gets to work.  At 9:12, McLinden takes high shot.  Sperry restarts and drives past a Jaspars’ defender and scores unassisted at 9:01 for a 7-1 Fairfield lead.  Manhattan now sends out Jack Fowler to face off against DiGiacomo.  Fowler wins and the Jaspars’ McMahon gets to the loose ground ball.  Both teams work their respective offense and the defenses. Each team have caused turnovers for the next four plus minutes. After a Manhattan turnover at 5:12, the Stags offense gets the ball into Sperry’s stick and he scores unassisted at 4:33 for a 8-1 Fairfield lead.  Now it is DiGiacomo and Johnson at the X with Manhattan’s McMahon getting the ground ball.  Manhattan’s Marcel Godino scores unassisted for a 8-2 Stags lead.  Fowler takes this face off for Manhattan against DiGiacomo with DiGiacomo getting the win and the ground ball.  After  a quick shot by Junior Nick Guida that is saved by Akapnitis, again both teams work the ball, take shots and have turnovers.  With 63 seconds left in the half, Manhattan’s Dan McGreevey gets a one minute cross checking penalty.  The EMO unit works the ball with Warden taking a wide shot.  Stags retain the ball but have a turnover with 37 seconds left in the half.  Manhattan clears but Senior Geordie Carrick has a caused turnover and Dalton gets the ground ball.  Stags  clear and Coach Copelan calls time out with 13 clicks left on the clock to set a last second extra man shot.  Sperry restarts and feeds Knotsman for a man up goal with 8 seconds left in the period.  Knotsman has his hat trick before the end of the first half. Coach Will and the Founders remark on the number of times Coach Copelan is able to diagram a play that results in a score before a period ends. Stags close out the first half with a 9-2 lead.

The second half starts with DiGiacomo and Johnson taking the face.  Johnson wins and Manhattan’s Strano gets the ground ball.  Strano goes right to the cage and fires a shot that Murphy saves.  He clears and for the next four minutes plus the attacks for both teams probe looking for an opprotunity to score.  With 10:38 showing on the clock, Manhattan has a turnover.  On the quick restart, Junior Drew Federico fires a shot past Manhattan’s Akapnitis.  The goal is unassisted and pushes the Stags lead to 10-2.  On the face off, Manhattan’s Johnson is callled for a violation. Stags take possession and work the ball in the offensive zone.  At 9:28, McLinden takes a shot that Akapnitis saves but the Fairfield gets the rebound.  They keep the ball moving and Sperry finds a cutting Warden who scores.  Now the Stags lead 11-2 at the 8:59 mark of the third period.  Johnson wins the face off beating DiGiacomo.  Manhattan’s offense takes its time. Murphy saves a shot taken at 7:50 and clears.  Frosh Fleming takes a shot 15 seconds later that Akapnitis saves and Manhattan clears.  A Jaspars’ shot goes high at 6:35 but 11 seconds later Senior Co-Captain Toby Armour has a caused turnover.  Neubauer gets the ground ball and moves the ball into the offensive zone.  Stags are in no rush offensively and at 5:36, Neubaurer fires one of his patented rockets past the Manhattan goal keeper for an unassisted goal and now it is a 12-2 Stags lead.  DiGiacomo beats Johnson at the face off circle and Walsh playing the wing gets the ground ball.  At 4:47, Federico’s high heat shot finds the back of the net. The unassisted score now makes it a 12-2 Fairfield games.  Manhattan takes a time out.  DiGiacomo now faces Fowler at the center of the field. Fowler wins the face and McMahon gets the ground ball.  The Jaspars take a quick shot that goes wide.  Senior Shawn Honovich has a caused turnover and while getting the ground ball is slashed by Manhattan’s Brett Madarasz with 3:42 showing on the clock.  The EMO unit has a caused  turnover and the Jaspars are able to kill the penalty. For the next couple of minutes, both teams have shots and turnovers.  With 41 seconds left in the quarter, a Manhattan shot is saved by Murphy and he starts the clear. With just 3 seconds left in the period, Junior Nick Guida gets his first goal of 2014 with an assist from Freshman Nico Panepinto. Period ends with the score Fairfield 14-Manhattan 2.

Manhattan changes goal keepers and now Michael Wiatrak is charged with trying to keep the Stags off the board.  Big debate on the sidelines between Will Mraz and myself-when does Coach Copelan relive Murphy and gets Frosh Tyler Berhing in goal. Will says the last three minutes and I think Coach Copelan will make the move sooner.  Fowler and DiGiacomo take the final period face off with DiGiacomo getting both the win and the ground ball.  Stags are in no rush to take a shot but want to avoid the officials 30 second shot clock.  Gulasy playing attack when the Stags are at full strength takes a wide shot at 13:52.  Stags back up and keep the ball.  The Stags turnover the ball and the Jaspars clear.  Neubauer gets a caused turnover and the ground ball and he starts the Stags on the attack. Dalton gets his second goal of the game with an assist from Panepinto at 11:36 for a 15-2 lead.  Coach Copelan sends Behring into the cage and lets Murphy take a well deserved rest.  Freshman Jake Kaiser (a Westchester, NY product!!) takes the face off for Fairfield against Manhattan’s Fowler. Fowler gets the win and ground ball.  Six seconds later the Jaspars Patrick Hodapp takes a shot and Behring has his first official collegiate save (he did not face any shots against Delaware)!  Behring starts the clear.  At 11:07, the Jaspars’ Darien Bica gets a 30 second pushing foul.  The Stags EMO unit returns to the field and Warden gets off a wide shot.  In taking the shot, Warden takes an illegal body check and the officials flag Manhattan’s Gitlitz for his second two minute unreleasable penalty of the day.  The Stags are now two men up for 20 seconds.  Knotsman takes a wide shot and at 10:28, Warden completes his hat trick with an assist from Gulasey.  Kaiser now faces off against Manhattan’s McMahon.  Kaiser wins the draw and as the ball enters the box, Sperry gets the ground ball.  Coach Copelan calls time out at 10:19.  Stags restart after the time out and the ball comes out but Dalton collects the ground ball.  Working a give and go with Guida, Dalton gets his hat trick with Guida getting the assist at 9:42 for a 17-2 Fairfield lead.  Kaiser and McMahon are now the face off men. Kaiser wins this draw and Barry on the wing gets the ground ball.  Stags have a caused turnover. The Jaspars quickly have a turnover but Kaiser is called for  30 second holding penalty.  Man down defense works hard and the Jaspars have a turnover and Fairfield clears.  Junior Cameron Parker takes a shot at 8:07 left in the game and Wiatrack makes a save. The Manhattan clear is good. Jaspars’s shot at 7:44 is blocked  and redshirt Sophmore Kip McMahon gets the ground ball and he starts the clear.  Senior Alex Cramer gets to a ground ball and Gulasey scores unassisted with 7:27 remaining in the game.  Stags complete their scoring for the day and now lead 18-2.  Kaiser is now battling Fowler at the X and Kaiser gets both the win and ground ball.  Stags slow things down on attack and Gulasey takes a wide shot at 6:01.   Stags retain the ball and but turn it over at 5:34. Ten seconds later, the Jaspars have a turnover and Freshman Logan Williamson (another Westchester, NY product!) gets the ground ball.  Stags clear but turn the ball over back to Manhattan.  Jaspars clear at 5:07  and start their offense.  Manhattan’s Jeff Simmons scores a goal with an assist to Hodapp at 4:22. Stags now lead 18-3.  Fowler now  beats Kaiser at the face off circle and the Jaspars have a wide shot. Stags clear and Panepinto’s shot is saved by Wiatrack with 100 seconds left in the game.  Jaspars clear and Hodapp gets a goal with an assist from McMahon at 3:12.  Now it is a 18-4 score. In the final face off of the day, Kaiser beats Fowler for the win and the ground ball.  Gulasy, Parker and finally Guida take shots but Wiatrack makes a save on Guida at 2:30 remaining.  With 24 seconds left in the game, Parker gets a unsportsmanlike 2 minute penalty and the Jaspars Matt Garvey gets a slashing call for one minute.  Game ends with a Stags win by a 18-4 final.

The Stags out shot the Jaspars by a 41 to 28 margin.   Manhattan got to more ground balls, 38 to 36.   The officials did not call any violations at the face off circle against the Stags while Manhattan had two violations.  Both teams won 13 face offs of the 26 draws taken.  The Jaspars were successful on 15 of 16 clears while Fairfield cleared 23 times with success out of 25 chances.  The Stags shut down both of Manhattan’s extra man chances while the Stags had six good EMO chances out of 8 tries.  The Manhattan goal keepers had 9 saves while Murphy and Behring combined for 11 saves.   Jaspars turned the ball over 21 times while the Stags has 19 turnovers.  Manhattan had 11 caused turnovers and Fairfield had 10 caused turnovers.  Officials charged Manhattan with 7  fouls on the day and the Stags had four penalties.

Stars of the game- Junior Tristian Sperry had two goals and three assists for five points on the day.  Three hat tricks were scored by Senior Eric Warden, Sophmore Conor Dalton and Freshman Jake Knotsman.  Senior Jack Murphy had 10 saves and only allowed two goals in the three plus periods he played.

Higlights of the Game-Two standout “moments” of the game against Manhattan- 1.  The three goals scored with the 2 minute unreleasable penalty in the first quarter to give the Stags a 6-1 first quarter lead.  A very good EMO unit takes advantage when unreleasable penalties are presented.  Three thumbs up!!  2.  The stellar work of the close defense trio.  Senior Captains Toby Armour and Greg Perraut and Junior Max Buchanan.  They are working great as a team. To only allow Manhattan the chance to score two goals in the first three quarters of the game deserves high praise.  Great job!!!!

Lowlight of the Game-Junior Attack Colin McLinden was injured in the second half of the game.  His lacrosse IQ and feeding ability has helped power the attack this season.  The conversion from midfield to attack has been seamless.  Wish him a speedy recovery as the Stags need him on the field.

Frosh of the Year-Jake Knostman his hat trick today and two goals against Delaware is clearly in the lead. Dave Fleming already has two goals this year and is in the running. Making his case is Nico Panepinto with his two assists today and his one assist against Delaware. Soph of the Year-TJ Neubaurer, anchoring the second line of middies, had another goal to go along with his two goal day against Delaware. Mikey Gulasey is making the most of his EMO playing time getting two goals and an assist today combined with his one assist against Delaware. Conor Dalton had three goals today and a goal against Delaware. The Sophs are making the most of their playing time and competing for this honor

Seen in the stands-Nice turnout from the Founders.  Coach Will Mraz was at the midfield stripe on the top bench ready to watch the game upon my arrival.  Trustee Brian Hull was with Will.  Shortly after the start, Tony Merola made the trek from Carmel, NY and Bob Cypher came to the game from Rye, NY.  Kevin Kuryla, Captain of the 1987 undefeated team, was at the game with his young daughter. Watching the game with us was John Bannon from Greenwich, CT.  Bob’s son Sean played for the Stags and graduated a couple of years ago.  With us unannounced for most of the game were Coach Copelan’s parents.  Andy’s dad is a big lacrosse fan and was very knowledgeable about the game and  knew many of the Stags players.  Was a delight to spend time with Mr. Copelan and Andy’s mother.

The Stags are next in action on Tuesday February 25th when they travel to Long Island to take on the Hofestra Pride at 3 PM.  Be interesting to see if this win will help the Stags move up the national polls that will be released tomorrow.  Best Regards- Roger Yergeau ’73

Fairfield versus Manhattan College Saturday February 22, 2014 PreGame Report

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

To the Founders and Friends of Fairfield Lacrosse-The Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Team will play its home opener for the 2014 season on Saturday February 22, 2014 at 1 PM at Alumni Field. The Stags will play the Manhattan College Jaspars. The Stags have a 1-0 record in the 2014 season and the Jaspars sport an 0-2 record.

The Jaspars have already played two road games. They opened the season against Rutgers in Piscataway, NJ and lost the game by a 13-5 score. Last Saturday the Jaspars traveled to Chapel Hill, NC to take on the #2 ranked North Carolina Tarheels. Due to last week’s winter storm, the game was delayed until Sunday and played on a turf field versus the natural grass of UNC. The Tarheels scored the first four goals and were never challenged by Manhattan. The final score was 21-5. The Manhattan attack was lead by Junior Andrew Hurst who scored two goals. Goalkeeper Rich Akapnitis had 17 saves and five ground balls. The face off specialist Brett Johnson won nine of 20 face offs he took on the day.

In this young season, the Jaspars have scored 10 goals out of 60 shots taken, thus averaging 5.0 goals per game with a .167 shot percentage. Their opponents have scored 34 goals out of 104 shots with a 17.0 goals per game with a .327 shot percentage. Manhattan is taking 30 shots per game and their opponents have taken 52.0 shots per game. The Jaspars have scored 4 goals with an assist. The opposition have recorded 20 goals via the assist route. Six of the Jaspars goals this year have been unassisted while the opposition has scored 14 times unassisted. Manhattan College has had seven man up chances in 2014 and hit the back of the net twice for a .286 conversion percentage. Their opponents have had a man advantage six times and scored four times with a .667 conversion percentage.

The Jaspars have scooped up 56 ground balls in 2014 while their opponents have gotten to 81 ground ball. Manhattan has 28 turnovers while their opposition has had 25 turnovers. The Jaspars defense has caused 11 turnovers and their opposition has 13 caused turnovers. In the face off game, Manhattan has won 15 draws out of 51 chances for a .294 winning percentage. The opponents have taken 36 draws out of 51 chances for a .706 winning percentage. On the clear, the Jaspars have successfully cleared 28 times out of 39 chances for .718 clear percentage. The opponents have cleared the ball 32 times out of 35 opprotunites for a .914 clear percentage. The officials have flagged Manhattan 6 times for 4.30 minutes in penalties and the opponents have been flagged 8 times for 5.30 in penalty minutes.

The Jaspars have scored four goals in the third period, three goals in the first session, two goals in the second stanza and one goal in the final period in the 2014 season. Their opponents have hit the back of the net 11 times in the second period, ten times in the opening quarter, seven times in the final period and six times in the third period.

Leading Manhattan in points is Sean McMahon #11, who has one goal and two assists for three points.  The leading Jaspars in scoring goals are Levi Radbourne #21, Ryan Payton # 28, and Andrew Hurst # 16 with two goals.  Marcel Godina and Stephen Farrell have one goal and one assist in 2014 for two points.  Akapnitis has played all 120 minutes in goal this year.  He has allowed 34 goals and has a 17.0 goals against average.  He has been credited with 32 saves for a .485 save percentage.

The Stags scored 18 goals in its first game out of 34 shots for a .529 shot percentage. Delaware scored 8 goals out of 31 shots for a .258 shot percentage.  Seven of the Stags goals came via an assist while Delaware scored three assisted goals.  Fairfield has 11 unassisted goals and Delaware got 5 unassisted goals. Fairfield scored twice out of four man up chances for a .50o conversion rate. Delaware was  unable to convert on its two extra man chances.

Fairfield scooped up 25 ground balls and Delaware captured 30 ground balls.  The Stags only turned the ball over 10 times and the Blue Hens had 14 turnovers.  Both Fairfield and Delaware had five caused turnovers. In the face off game, the Stags won 10 times out of 28 chances for .357 winning percentage.  Blue Hens took 18 of 28 faceoffs for a  .643 winning percentage.  The Stags successfully cleared 17  times out of 19 chances for a .895 clear percentage.  Delaware cleared 11 times successfully out of 14 chances for a .786 clear percentage.  Officials flagged the Stags twice last weekend and the Blue Hens received four penalties.

The Stags scored six times in the final period, five times in first quarter, four times in the third and three times in the second quarter.  Delaware scored three goals in the opening frame, two goals in both if the second and third quarters

Tristian Sperry and Eric Warden are leading the Stags in scoring with five goals and one assist last Saturday.  Colin McLinden has three points with two goals and one assist while TJ Neubauer and Jake Knostman each recorded two goals against the Blue Hens.  Conor Dalton and Dave Fleming each scored one goal in the Delaware game.  Jack Murphy played 57 minutes in the Delaware game and had 8 goals against him for an 8.42 goals against average.  He was credited with 8 saves for a .500 save percentage. Tyler Behring played three minutes in the nets but did not face any shots.

Saturday is a suppose to be a 50 degree day.  Great lacrosse weather although I am sure Alumni Field will still have lots of snow surrounding the field.  It is early in the lacrosse season but I hope many Founders and Alumni can make the game.  I am planning to attend and look forward to saying hello to anyone who can make it to Fairfield.  The Stags will need to have a big game to impress the national pollsters.  Join us in rooting for the Stags.  Best Regards- Roger Yergeau ’73

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