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Dan Fisher

Assistant Director, NESCAC


100 Venture Way - Box 13
Hadley, MA 01035
P: (413) 587-2078
F: (413) 587-2167
www.nescac.com daniel.fisher@trincoll.edu

MEN’S LACROSSE Weekly Release #6 - April 19, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recent Results 2010 Standings NESCAC Overall


Tuesday, April 13 W L W% GF GA W L W% GF GA
Skidmore 9 at Middlebury 11 1 Connecticut College 7 0 1.000 64 46 12 0 1.000 128 83
Tufts 13 at WNEC 10 2 Tufts 6 1 .857 79 56 10 1 .909 142 84
Conn. College 11 at Merchant Marine 5 3 Amherst 4 3 .571 67 67 5 5 .500 99 101
Middlebury 4 3 .571 65 47 7 3 .700 93 70
Wednesday, April 14
Williams 4 3 .571 50 46 5 6 .455 81 82
E. Conn. St. 3 at Trinity 16
Colby 13 at Southern Me. 7
6 Bowdoin 3 3 .500 56 54 6 5 .545 105 99
Amherst 9 at Springfield 10 OT 7 Colby 3 4 .429 53 59 7 5 .583 104 95
Williams 6 at Union 7 8 Wesleyan 2 5 .286 47 58 6 6 .500 111 83
9 Trinity 1 6 .143 35 59 7 6 .538 110 84
Saturday, Amherst 17 10 Bates 0 6 .000 40 64 4 6 .400 102 91
Wesleyan 5 at Williams 6 OT *
Tufts 6 at Conn. College 8 *
Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Week
Colby 5 at Amherst 12 *
Trinity 2 at Middlebury 9 * Stephen Vrla, Williams
Bowdoin 9 at Endicott 6 (Senior, Goalkeeper - Paradise Valley, Ariz.)
Vrla combined to make 28 saves during a 1-1 week for the Ephs, posting a .700
Upcoming Games save percentage and a 5.81 goals against average over the two games. After mak-
Monday, April 19 ing nine stops in a 7-6 setback at Union on Wednesday, Vrla recorded 19 saves
Wheaton at Conn. College 4:00 in a 6-5 overtime victory against Wesleyan on Saturday to keep the Ephs’ hopes
for a home contest in the NESCAC quarterfinals alive.
Tuesday, April 20
Middlebury at Rensselaer 4:30
Notes: Only two weeks remain before the start of the 2010 NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse
Mount Ida at Amherst 5:00 Championship. Connecticut College controls its own destiny heading into the final matches,
Williams at Plattsburgh St. 5:00 as the Camels, who have a program-best seven conference victories and a 12-0 mark overall,
Maine Maritime at Colby 6:00 can lock up the number-one seed with one more win. Although Tufts lost at Connecticut College
Endicott at Tufts 7:00 on Saturday in a battle of unbeaten squads, the Jumbos joined the Camels in securing a home
quarterfinal contest on May 2. Bowdoin has the busiest week of any team, taking on Bates on
Wednesday, April 21 Wednesday before traveling to Williams on Saturday in what will be a must-win game for both
Bates at Bowdoin 7:00 * teams...Amherst sophomore midfielder Evan Redwood (Lutherville, Md.) recorded six points
for the Lord Jeffs in a 1-1 week. During Saturday’s 12-5 victory over Colby, Redwood had a
Saturday, Amherst 24 goal and three assisss...Bowdoin freshman Billy Bergner (Fairfield, Conn.) had four goals and
Amherst at Wesleyan 1:00 * an assist in the Polar Bears’ 9-6 victory at Endicott on Saturday...Colby’s Mark Squicciarino
Conn. College at Colby 1:00 * collected three goals and two assists in a split week for the Mules. He played a part in four of
Williams at Bowdoin 1:00 * Colby’s five goals during a 12-5 setback at Amherst, scoring two and assisting on two others...
Bates at Trinity 1:00 * Connecticut College senior attacker Steve Dachille (Garden City, N.Y.) tallied eight goals in
Middlebury at Tufts 2:00 * a 2-0 week for the Camels, netting five in his team’s 8-6 win over Tufts on Saturday. He leads
the conference with 37 goals and five game-winners. The Jumbos were averaging 13.6 goals
* - NESCAC per game before the Camels’ defense limited their opponent to just six goals...Middlebury
senior attacker Pete Smith (Wilton, Conn.) posted three goals and four assists in a 2-0 week
for the Panthers. In Saturday’s 9-2 win over Trinity, Smith scored twice, dished out four assists,
and scooped up eight ground balls...Trinity junior midfielder Max Alderman (Sudbury, Mass.)
scored three goals in a 16-3 win over Eastern Conn. St. last week and scooped three ground-
ers in a 9-2 setback to Middlebury...Tufts senior defenseman Evan Crosby (Yarmouthport,
Mass.) picked up 13 ground balls over two games last week, including seven in an 8-6 loss at
Connecticut College on Saturday...Wesleyan junior attacker Conor Malangone (Lake Grove,
N.Y.) had two goals and an assist to help the Cardinals rally from a 4-1 third quarter deficit
against Williams to force overtime in an eventual 6-5 loss to the Ephs.

AMHERST · BATES · BOWDOIN · COLBY · CONNECTICUT COLLEGE · HAMILTON · MIDDLEBURY · TRINITY · TUFTS · WESLEYAN · WILLIAMS
New England Small College Athletic Conference MEN’S LACROSSE Weekly Release #6 - April 19, 2010

2010 NESCAC MEN’S LACROSSE STATISTICS


Through games of April 18, 2010 (All games)
TEAM STATISTICS
GOALS PER GAME GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
## Team GP No. Avg/G ## Team GP GA Minutes GAA
1. Tufts 11 142 12.91 1. Trinity 13 84 783:50 6.43
2. Connecticut College 12 128 10.67 2. Wesleyan 12 83 723:53 6.88
3. Bates 10 102 10.20 3. Connecticut College 12 83 721:51 6.90
4. Amherst 10 99 9.90 4. Middlebury 10 70 600:00 7.00
5. Bowdoin 11 105 9.55 5. Williams 11 82 663:53 7.41
6. Middlebury 10 93 9.30 6. Tufts 11 84 660:00 7.64
7. Wesleyan 12 111 9.25 7. Colby 12 95 723:50 7.87
8. Colby 12 104 8.67 8. Bowdoin 11 99 667:13 8.90
9. Trinity 13 110 8.46 9. Bates 10 91 600:26 9.09
10. Williams 11 81 7.36 10. Amherst 10 101 601:46 10.07

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS GOALTENDER STATISTICS


POINTS PER GAME GOALS AGAINST AVG (Max. 20.00)
## Player-Team CL GP G A Pts. Avg/G ## Player-Team CL GP GA Min. GAA
1. D.J. Hessler-TUF JR 11 22 25 47 4.27 1. Peter Johnson-TRI SO 13 69 677:28 6.11
2. Steve Dachille-CONN SR 12 37 4 41 3.42 2. Rob Moccia-CONN SO 12 73 637:23 6.87
3. Russell Halliday-BOW JR 11 24 12 36 3.27 3. Ryan Deane-MID JR 10 68 590:44 6.91
4. Ryan Molloy-TUF JR 11 19 16 35 3.18 4. Mark Simmons-WES FR 10 41 348:52 7.05
5. Pete Smith-MID SR 10 12 18 30 3.00 5. Stephen Vrla-WIL SR 11 82 663:53 7.41
6. Jon Killeen-WES SR 12 17 18 35 2.92 6. Thomas Gianakos-COL SR 12 90 702:48 7.68
7. Alex Fox-AMH SO 10 20 7 27 2.70 7. Steven Foglietta-TUF SO 8 53 405:43 7.84
8. Evan Redwood-AMH SO 10 13 12 25 2.50 8. Chris Williamson-BOW SO 6 44 331:32 7.96
9. Adam Tracy-BOW SR 11 12 15 27 2.45 9. Adam Scharff-BAT SO 9 67 481:15 8.35
10. Ian Deveau-COL FR 12 11 17 28 2.33 10. Sam Jakimo-AMH SO 7 59 421:46 8.39
Ryan Hayes-CONN JR 12 16 12 28 2.33
SAVE PERCENTAGE
GOALS PER GAME ## Player-Team CL GP GA Saves SavePct
## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G 1. Mark Simmons-WES FR 10 41 71 .634
1. Steve Dachille-CONN SR 12 37 3.08 2. Rob Moccia-CONN SO 12 73 126 .633
2. Russell Halliday-BOW JR 11 24 2.18 3. Stephen Vrla-WIL SR 11 82 136 .624
3. D.J. Hessler-TUF JR 11 22 2.00 4. Ryan Deane-MID JR 10 68 112 .622
4. Alex Fox-AMH SO 10 20 2.00 5. Chris Williamson-BOW SO 6 44 70 .614
5. Mark Flibotte-BOW SO 2 4 2.00 6. Peter Johnson-TRI SO 13 69 102 .596
6. Thomas McDonnell-AMH SR 10 19 1.90 7. Thomas Gianakos-COL SR 12 90 128 .587
7. Matt Witko-TUF JR 11 20 1.82 8. Sam Jakimo-AMH SO 7 59 74 .556
8. Harper Cullen-TRI SR 12 21 1.75 9. Steven Foglietta-TUF SO 8 53 63 .543
Conor Malangone-WES JR 12 21 1.75 10. Adam Scharff-BAT SO 9 67 77 .535
10. Ryan Molloy-TUF JR 11 19 1.73
SAVES PER GAME
ASSISTS PER GAME ## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G
## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G 1. Stephen Vrla-WIL SR 11 136 12.36
1. D.J. Hessler-TUF JR 11 25 2.27 2. Chris Williamson-BOW SO 6 70 11.67
2. Pete Smith-MID SR 10 18 1.80 3. Ryan Deane-MID JR 10 112 11.20
3. Luke Charest-BAT JR 10 17 1.70 4. Thomas Gianakos-COL SR 12 128 10.67
4. Jon Killeen-WES SR 12 18 1.50 5. Sam Jakimo-AMH SO 7 74 10.57
5. Ryan Molloy-TUF JR 11 16 1.45 6. Rob Moccia-CONN SO 12 126 10.50
6. Ian Deveau-COL FR 12 17 1.42 7. Adam Scharff-BAT SO 9 77 8.56
7. Adam Tracy-BOW SR 11 15 1.36 8. Steven Foglietta-TUF SO 8 63 7.88
8. Evan Redwood-AMH SO 10 12 1.20 9. Peter Johnson-TRI SO 13 102 7.85
9. Matt Cranshaw-WIL JR 9 10 1.11 10. Mark Simmons-WES FR 10 71 7.10
10. Russell Halliday-BOW JR 11 12 1.09

Abbreviation Code
Amherst AMH Middlebury MID
Bates BAT Trinity TRI
Bowdoin BOW Tufts TUF
Colby COL Wesleyan WES
Connecticut College CONN Williams WIL

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