1998 Washington and Lee Men's Lacrosse Summaries


NCAA Quarterfinal
Ohio Wesleyan 17, W&L 8
May 9, 1998 -- Lexington, Va.

Senior goalie Kevin McGurn made 17 saves and his brother, Darren, scored 
four goals and added two assists to lead Ohio Wesleyan past Washington 
and Lee 17-8 in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division III Men's 
Lacrosse Championships. Ohio Wesleyan will meet Nazareth, a 14-7 winner 
over Middlebury, in the semifinals next Saturday.

Ohio Wesleyan, which won its 14th straight game, jumped out to a 4-1 lead 
late in the first quarter before W&L freshman attackman Matt Dugan scored 
two straight goals to cut the lead to 4-3 early in the second quarter. 
The Bishops (14-1) then scored two straight to go up 6-3 before Dugan's 
third goal cut the lead to 6-4. The Bishops answered with three straight 
goals, two by senior midfielder T.R. Ludwig, and W&L never got closer 
than four goals the rest of the way.

Darren McGurn's six points led the Bishops and sophomore midfielder Dan 
Stroka and junior midfielder Evan Dunne each had four goals as well. 
Senior attackman David Maguire led the Bishops with three assists. W&L 
(13-3) was led by Dugan with a career-high five goals and Dugan finished 
the season with a school record for points by a  freshman (56).

AGATE:
Score by Quarters		1	2	3	4	Final
Ohio Wesleyan (14-1)		4	3	5	5	-17
Washington and Lee (13-3)	2	2	2	2	-8

Goals: (OWU) Darren McGurn 4, Dan Stroke 4, Evan Dunne 4, T.R. Ludwig 2, 
David Maguire, Josh Whichard, Justin Griffiths; (W&L) Matt Dugan 5, Colin 
Dougherty, Paul Stanley, Ed Dougherty.

Assists: (OWU) David Maguire 3, Darren McGurn 2, T.R. Ludwig, Josh 
Whichard, Jason Fogelson, Parker Anger, Shane Lettau; (W&L) Bernie 
Norton, Ben Lucas, Colin Dougherty.

Saves (GA): (OWU) Kevin McGurn 17 (8); (W&L) Scott Jackson 15 (17).

Shots: Ohio Wesleyan 49-46
Faceoffs: OWU 17-12
Ground Balls: OWU 45-39
Penalties: W&L 5 for 4:30; OWU 6 for 3:30
Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 6; OWU 2 for 5
Clears: W&L 16 of 19; OWU 16 of 28

Attendance: 833

NCAA 1st Round W&L 16, Denison 13 May 6, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Washington and Lee scored nine third quarter goals to defeat Denison 16-13 in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship Tournament. W&L (13-2) will host top-seeded Ohio Wesleyan (13-1) in the quarterfinals on Saturday while Denison ends its season with a 7-6 record. Denison led 8-6 at halftime, but W&L scored four goals in the opening five minutes of the second half to take a 10-8 lead. W&L then stretched the lead to 14-8 before Denison junior midfielder Ben Fortkamp scored with 1:52 remaining in the third to end the drought. W&L freshman attackman Tom Burke then added his third goal of the third quarter with three seconds remaining to give W&L a 15-9 lead heading into the final quarter. W&L scored the nine third quarter goals on just nine shots. The Big Red scored three goals in a three-minute stretch late in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to 15-13, but W&L put the game away on sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty's goal with 2:11 to play. Burke and Ed Dougherty each had three goals for the Generals and Colin Dougherty added two goals and four assists to finish with a team-high six points. Freshman attackman Matt Dugan added two goals and two assists. Denison was led by senior attackman Scott Duncan with three goals and an assist and freshman attackman Sean O'Brien with two goals and three assists. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Denison 3 5 1 4 -13 Washington and Lee 3 3 9 1 -16 Goals: (D) Scott Duncan 3, Steve Hettrich 2, Justin Walker 2, Andrew Murphy 2, Ben Fortkamp 2, Sean O'Brien 2; (W&L) Tom Burke 3, Ed Dougherty 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan 2, Charlie Antrim, Robb Greenfield, Tom Fallace, Paul Stanley, Ben Lucas, Chris Brown. Assists: (D) Sean O'Brien 3, Justin Walker, Scott Duncan; (W&L) Colin Dougherty 4, Pope Hackney 2, Matt Dugan 2, Bernie Norton 2, Tom Super. Saves (GA): (D) Justin Smith 7 (16), Michael Tobler 0 (0); (W&L) Scott Jackson 13 (13). Shots: Denison 43-33 Faceoffs: Tied 16-16 Ground Balls: Denison 47-37 Penalties: W&L 3 for 2:00; Denison 6 for 4:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 2 for 6; Denison 2 for 3 Clears: W&L 21 of 26; Denison 17 for 25
W&L 17, VMI 10 May 2, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Washington and Lee used a 10-goal run in the second and third quarters to defeat VMI 17-10 in the 11th Annual Lee-Jackson Lacrosse Classic. An estimated crowd of 4,200 watched the host Generals win the city championship for the 10th straight year. VMI (4-10) jumped out to an early 3-1 lead and scored the final two goals of the first quarter to take a 6-3 lead. The Keydets led 7-4 after a goal by Steve Schwanke with 11:24 remaining in the second quarter, but then went scoreless for 18 plus minutes as W&L scored 10 straight goals to take command 14-7 midway through the third quarter. Freshman attackman Matt Dugan led the Generals (12-2) with four goals, including three during the 10-0 run, and was named W&L's recipient of the Worrell-Fallon Award as the outstanding player. Junior attackman Mason Ayers led the Keydets with three goals three assists and was VMI's Worrell-Fallon Award winner. Ayers' older brother, Charles, won the award last year after making a L-J record 28 saves. Sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty added three goals and two assists for the Generals to go over the 100-point mark for his career. Dougherty, now with 101 career points, reached the milestone in his 28th career game, the fastest in school history. W&L's all-time leading scorer Don Carroll (1973-76) reached 100 career points in his 31st game. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final VMI 6 1 2 1 -10 Washington and Lee 3 8 3 3 -17 Goals: (VMI) Mason Ayers 3, Matt Gallienne 2, Andrew Rogers 2, Brad Muston 2, Steve Schwanke; (W&L) Matt Dugan 4, Colin Dougherty 3, Pope Hackney 2, Ed Dougherty 2, Tom Fallace 2, Paul Stanley, Greg Meyers, Chip Thompson, Chris Brown. Assists: (VMI) Mason Ayers 3, Matt Gallienne, Tony Saraceni, Brad Muston; (W&L) Paul Stanley 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan, Bernie Norton, Robb Greenfield, Ed Dougherty, Pope Hackney. Saves (GA): (VMI) Cregg Burns 14 (17); (W&L) Scott Jackson 11 (9); Josh Myerberg 0 (1). Shots: W&L 53-33 Faceoffs: VMI 16-15 Ground Balls: W&L 47-45 Penalties: W&L 7 for 5:30; VMI 8 for 7:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 3 for 5; VMI 2 for 6 Clears: W&L 17 of 23; VMI 7 of 11
W&L 19, Randolph-Macon 5 April 29, 1998 -- Ashland, Va. Freshman attackman Matt Dugan scored a career-high eight points on four goals and four assists to lead Washington and Lee to a 19-5 victory over Randolph-Macon in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game on Wednesday. The fourth-ranked Generals are now 11-2 for the season and wrapped up ODAC play with a 5-1 league mark. Randolph-Macon (8-6, 1-5) scored first and the game was tied 2-2 with 5:43 remaining in the first quarter, but W&L then scored seven straight goals to take a 9-2 halftime lead. After R-MC opened the second half scoring on Mike Smith's second goal, the Generals went on another seven goal run to put the game out of reach. Midfielders Ed Dougherty, Paul Stanley and Tom Super each scored three goals for the Generals. Smith and Brad Kimball led the Yellow Jackets with two goals AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee 4 5 7 3 -19 Randolph-Macon 2 0 2 1 -5 Goals: (W&L) Matt Dugan 4, Ed Dougherty 3, Paul Stanley 3, Tom Super 3, Colin Dougherty, Tom Fallace, Greg Meyers, Bernie Norton, Chris Brown, Mark Raeder; (R-MC) Mike Smith 2, Brad Kimball 2, Brian Cleary. Assists: (W&L) Matt Dugan 4, Colin Dougherty 2, Tom Fallace, Robb Greenfield; (R-MC) Brian Cleary 2, Hunter Lynn. Saves (GA): (W&L) Scott Jackson 7 (4), Wes Hays 1 (1); (R-MC) Brett Reichhart 7 (16), Matt Loda (2) 3. Shots: W&L 48-22 Faceoffs: W&L 18-9 Ground Balls: W&L 45-34 Penalties: W&L 2 for 2:00; R-MC 3 for 2:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 0 for 3; R-MC 2 for 2 Clears: W&L 14 of 15; R-MC 11 of 18
Hampden-Sydney 11, W&L 6 April 25, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Junior midfielder Doug Palmer scored five goals, including four in the first half, to lead Hampden-Sydney to an 11-6 victory over Washington and Lee in men's lacrosse on Saturday. The victory gave the fifth-ranked Tigers the 1998 Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship. The Tigers (12-1, 6-0 ODAC) jumped out to a 3-1 lead after one quarter and then Palmer scored two extra-man goals in the opening two minutes of the second quarter as W&L (10-2, 4-1 ODAC) was hit with a three-minute stick penalty. Fourth-ranked W&L cut the margin to three goals on three occasions, the last coming at the 8:58 minute of the fourth quarter when senior longstick midfielder Robb Greenfield went the length of the field for a goal. Greenfield, W&L's top defensive player, suffered an injury 19 seconds into the game and did not enter the game again until the fourth quarter when he scored the goal the first time he touched the ball. Junior attackman Chamie Burroughs had three second-half goals and also added two assists to help the Tiger offense and John Neely had two first quarter goals. Junior goalie Scott Ketcham made 10 saves for the Tigers. Senior midfielder Paul Stanley led the W&L offense with two second-half goals and sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty had a goal and an assist. Senior goalie Scott Jackson made 14 saves, including 10 in the first half. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Hampden-Sydney 3 3 3 2 -11 Washington and Lee 1 1 2 2 -6 Goals: (H-SC) Doug Palmer 5, Chamie Burroughs 3, John Neely 2, Andy York; (W&L) Paul Stanley 2, Ben Lucas, Tom Fallace, Colin Dougherty, Robb Greenfield. Assists: (H-SC) Jody Garliss 3, Russell Carter 3, Andy York; (W&L) Ed Dougherty, Colin Dougherty, Bernie Norton. Saves (GA): (H-SC) Scott Ketcham 10 (6); (W&L) Scott Jackson 14 (11). Shots: H-SC 34-28 Faceoffs: H-SC 12-8 Ground Balls: H-SC 34-28 Penalties: W&L 4 for 6:00; H-SC 5 for 4:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 3; H-SC 3 for 6 Clears: W&L 11 of 15; H-SC 9 of 13
W&L 5, St. Mary's 2 April 19, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Freshman midfielder Pope Hackney scored a pair of goals to lead Washington and Lee over St. Mary's 5-2 in men's lacrosse action on Sunday. Fourth-ranked W&L improved to 10-1 with the win and St. Mary's fell to 7-5. A heavy downpour fell during the first and fourth quarters and kept the game low-scoring. The Seahawks led 2-1 after the first quarter on goals by Dan Driscoll and C.J. Lauer, but then went scoreless for the final 46 minutes of the game. W&L senior goalie Scott Jackson made five saves to record the victory. St. Mary's goalie Tom Newberry made 14 saves. W&L senior midfielder Paul Stanley scored with 1:10 remaining in the first half to tie the game 2-2 and then the Generals got goals from Hackney and sophomore attackman Chris Brown in the opening two minutes of the second half to take a 4-2 lead. Hackney put the game out of reach with his second goal with 9:12 remaining in the fourth quarter. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final St. Mary's, Md. 2 0 0 0 -2 Washington and Lee 1 1 2 1 -5 Goals: (St. M) Dan Driscoll, C.J. Lauer; (W&L) Pope Hackney 2, Colin Dougherty, Paul Stanley, Chris Brown. Assists: (St. M) Jim England; (W&L) Matt Dugan, Tom Fallace, Colin Dougherty, Bernie Norton. Saves (GA): (st. M) Tom Newberry 14 (5); (W&L) Scott Jackson 5 (2) Shots: W&L 30-23 Faceoffs: W&L 7-4 Ground Balls: W&L 45-42 Penalties: W&L 4 for 3:00; St. Mary's 3 for 2:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 3; St. Mary's 0 for 4 Clears: W&L 16 of 24; St. Mary's 18 of 28
W&L 16, Western Maryland 6 April 15, 1998 -- Westminster, Md. Ten different players scored goals for Washington and Lee and the Generals defeated Western Maryland 16-6 in men's lacrosse on Wednesday afternoon. Fourth-ranked W&L (9-1) held the Green Terror (3-7) scoreless for a stretch of over 30 minutes as it overcame an early 5-2 deficit to win its sixth straight game. Freshman midfielder Ben Lucas led the Generals with three goals and Ed Dougherty, Matt Dugan, Tom Fallace and Paul Stanley each added two goals. Junior faceoff specialist Tom Super scored a goal and won 18 of his 24 faceoffs in the game to help the Generals dominate possession. Senior goalie Scott Jackson made 14 saves for the Generals, including three saves in a span of less than 10 seconds in the second quarter with W&L holding just a 7-5 advantage. Senior attackman Bo Schrott led Western Maryland with three goals, all in the first quarter. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee 2 5 4 5 -16 Western Maryland 5 0 1 0 -6 Goals: (W&L) Ben Lucas 3, Ed Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan 2, Tom Fallace 2, Paul Stanley 2, Pope Hackney, Colin Dougherty, Tom Burke, Chris Brown, Tom Super; (WM) Bo Schrott 3, Tony Burgos, Rob Witte, Jeremy Kober. Assists: (W&L) Colin Dougherty 3, Pope Hackney 2, Ed Dougherty, Paul Stanley, Greg Meyers; (WM) Mike Sargent, Dave Riley, Charlie Heinzer, Bo Schrott. Saves (GA): (W&L) Scott Jackson 14 (6); (WM) Brian Nottingham 15 (16). Shots: W&L 46-33 Faceoffs: W&L 20-6 Ground Balls: W&L 60-36 Penalties: W&L 3 for 2:30; WM 3 for 2:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 3; WM 1 for 3 Clears: W&L 25 of 31; WM 21 of 30
W&L 21, Goucher 3 April 11, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Freshman attackman Tom Burke (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) scored a career-high five goals to lead Washington and Lee past Goucher 21-3 in a men's lacrosse game on Satruday at Wilson Field. The Generals (8-1), ranked fourth in Division III, also got four goals from sophomore attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson). The Generals led just 1-0 with under two minutes to play in the first quarter, but then scored six goals in the next seven minutes to take a 7-0 lead before Goucher (4-6) got on the scoreboard with 10:11 left in the second quarter on a goal by Brent Grabill (Ellicott City, Md./Glenelg). W&L scored the next 13 goals of the game and led 20-1 before Grabill's second goal of the game with 11:59 left in the final quarter. Tim Asher (Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley) also scored for the Gophers. Aiding the W&L offense were freshman midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va. St. Christopher's) with three goals and sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) with two goa and two assists. W&L, which had been idle since April 1 winter term exams, returns to action on April 15 at Western Maryland. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Goucher 1 0 0 2 -3 Washington & Lee 3 7 7 4 -21 Goals: (GC) Brent Grabill 2, Tim Asher; (W&L) Tom Burke 5, Chris Brown 4, Pope Hackney 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Greg Meyers 2, Matt Dugan, Tom Fallace, Pete Iwancio, Bernie Norton, Ed Dougherty. Assists: (GC) Tim Bethke, Brad Brache; (W&L) Ed Dougherty 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan 2, Ben Lucas, Robb Greenfield, Tom Fallace, Grant Sharp. Saves (GA): (GC) Michael Tartamelle 15 (17), Dave Clossey 1 (4); (W&L) Scott Jackson 1 (1), Wes Hays 1 (2), Dan Grattan 2 (0). Shots: W&L 47-12 Faceoffs: W&L 18-10 Ground Balls: W&L 65-38 Penalties: W&L 4 for 3:00; GC 6 for 4:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 3 for 6; GC 1 for 4 Clears: W&L 22 of 25; GC 16 of 36
W&L 21, Mary Washington 5 April 1, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty had five goals and two assists to lead fourth-ranked Washington and Lee over Mary Washington 21-5 in a nonconference men's lacrosse game on Wednesday afternoon. Nine different players scored goals for W&L which won its fourth straight game to improve to 7-1 for the season. Dougherty scored three goals during a 6-0 W&L run in the first quarter as the Generals moved out to a 6-1 lead. Mary Washington (2-5) scored the final two goals of the first quarter to cut the lead to 6-3, but the Generals then scored 15 straight goals before the Eagles scored twice in the final six minutes. Freshman attackman Tom Burke added four goals for the Generals and sophomore attackman Chris Brown had three goals. Mary Washington was led by Ed Scopin with three goals. W&L will be idle for winter term exams until hosting Goucher College on April 11. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Mary Washington 3 0 0 2 -5 Washington & Lee 6 6 6 3 -21 Goals: (MWC) Ed Scopin 3, Riston Worthington, Stuart Scars; (W&L) Colin Dougherty 5, Tom Burke 4, Chris Brown 3, Ed Dougherty 2, Tom Super 2, Greg Meyers 2, Pope Hackney, Andy Jones, Matt Dugan. Assists: (MWC) Ryan Lynch, Stuart Scars, Erik Viilu; (W&L) Tom Fallace 5, Colin Dougherty 2, Bernie Norton 2, Andy Jones, Robb Greenfield, Matt Dugan, Zeb Mellett. Saves (GA): (MWC) Chris Vibert 15 (20), Derrek Ostrzyzek 1 (1); Scott Jackson 1 (3), Wes Hays 2 (0), Dan Grattan 0 (2). Shots: W&L 47-11 Faceoffs: W&L 19-10 Ground Balls: W&L 56-27 Penalties: W&L 1 for 1:00; MWC 6 for 4:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 2 for 6; MWC 0 for 1 Clears: W&L 16 of 18; MWC 11 of 26
W&L 6, Roanoke 5 (OT) March 28, 1998 -- Salem, Va. Senior midfielder Ed Dougherty scored a short-handed goal 17 seconds into the overtime period to lead seventh-ranked Washington and Lee to a 6-5 victory over fourth-ranked Roanoke in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game on Saturday. The Generals won their third straight game, all over teams ranked in the top 15. With the score tied 3-3 entering the final quarter, freshman midfielder Ben Lucas scored back-to-back goals to give the Generals a 5-3 lead with 5:59 to play. Roanoke cut the lead to 5-4 on a goal by Paul Baly with 2:50 to play and then senior defenseman Peter Lawrence scored with just 10 seconds remaining to force overtime. W&L senior goalie Scott Jackson matched his career-high with 17 saves, including 13 in the first half, to lead the Generals to the victory. Lucas led the Generals with two goals and sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty added a goal and an assist. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 OT Final Washington & Lee 1 2 0 2 1 -6 Roanoke 0 3 0 2 0 -5 Goals: (W&L) Ben Lucas 2, Ed Dougherty, Colin Dougherty, Matt Dugan, Tom Fallace; (RC) Bill Siciliano, Greg Fasanaro, Jason Davenport, Paul Baly, Peter Lawrence. Assists: (W&L) Colin Dougherty, Matt Dugan; (RC) Paul Baly 2. Saves (GA): (W&L) Scott Jackson 17 (5); (RC) Evan Kaplow 10 (6). Shots: RC 38-30 Faceoffs: RC 7-5 Ground Balls: RC 37-29 Penalties: W&L 5 for 3:00; RC 12 for 9:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 11; RC 0 for 5 Clears: W&L 19 of 24; RC 16 of 22
W&L 12, Connecticut College 9 March 25, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Senior midfielder Ed Dougherty scored five goals to lead seventh-ranked Washington and Lee past 15th-ranked Connecticut College 12-9 in college men's lacrosse on Wednesday afternoon. The Generals are now 5-1 and the Camels are 2-1. Connecticut College led 4-3 at the half and Parker Sides second goal of the game gave the Camels a 5-3 lead with 12:41 left in the third quarter. W&L then ripped off five straight goals, including two by Dougherty to take an 8-5 lead with 1:25 left in the quarter. The Camels cut the lead to one on two occasions, but Dougherty added his fourth and fifth goals in the final quarter to put the game out of reach. Senior attackman Tom Fallace added four goals in two assists in his first action since suffering an ankle injury in a win over Lynchburg on March 4. Sophomore attackman Chris Brown added two extra-man goals as the Generals cashed in on five of their seven extra man opportunities. Senior attackman Chris Abplanalp paced the Connecticut College offense with three goals and three assists. Sides had two goals and two assists. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Connecticut College 3 1 1 4 -9 Washington & Lee 3 0 5 4 -12 Goals: (C) Chris Abplanalp 3, Parker Sides 2, Dylan DePeter, Jamie Keough, Tim Boyd, Matt McCreedy; (W&L) Ed Dougherty 5, Tom Fallace 4, Chris Brown 2, Robb Greenfield. Assists: (C) Chris Abplanalp 3, Parker Sides 2, Mark Driscoll,; (W&L) Colin Dougherty 3, Tom Fallace 2, Matt Dugan, Chip Thompson, Chris Brown. Saves (GA): (C) Chris Bailey 10 (12); (W&L) Scott Jackson 12 (9). Shots: CC 36-30 Faceoffs: W&L 15-9 Ground Balls: W&L 44-30 Penalties: W&L 3 for 3:00; Conn College 7 for 6:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 5 for 7; Conn College 1 for 3 Clears: W&L 17 of 19; Conn College 18 of 20
W&L 8, Gettysburg 7 (2 ot) March 15, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Washington and Lee freshman attackman Tom Burke(Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) scored the game-winning goal midway through the second overtime period to lead the 12th-ranked Generals past fifth-ranked Gettysburg 8-7. W&L (4-1) has beaten the Bullets (1-1) three straight years. W&L senior goalie Scott Jackson (Cortland, N.Y./Cortland) made his first start of the season and responded with a career-high 17 saves and blanked the Bullets for the final 38 plus minutes of the game. Gettysburg's final goal of the game of the game came at the 3:08 mark of the second quarter when Ross Garretson (New Hope, Pa./Germantown Academy) scored hs fourth goal of the game. The Generals jumped out to an early 5-2 lead, but Gettysburg scored four goals in a span of four minutes to take a 6-5 lead with 4:06 remaining in the first half. W&L freshman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) then scored this third goal of the game to tie the game 6-6 with 3:19 left in the half, but Garretson scored his fourth goal just 11 seconds later. The only goal of the second half came with 1:23 left in the third quarter when W&L senior midfielder Ed Dougherty (Evanston, Ill./Loyola Academy) scored a short-handed goal. Gettysburg had a one-minute, two-man advantage with 6:49 to play in regulation, but the Generals fought off the penalty. In the two overtimes W&L outshot the Bullets 8-0 as Gettysburg failed on all five clear attempts. The wining goal came after a failed clear attempt when W&L senior midfielder Paul Stanley (Darien, Conn./Darien) found Burke in front of the cage and he scored the winner. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 OT OT Final Gettysburg 1 6 0 0 0 0 -7 Washington & Lee 4 2 1 0 0 1 -8 Goals: (G) Ross Garretson 4, Scott Lowery, Pete Milliman, Rob Crowe; (W&L) Matt Dugan 3, Ed Dougherty 2, Colin Dougherty, Paul Stanley, Tom Burke. Assists: (G) Jamie Bateman 2, Pete Milliman, Christian Cronin ; (W&L) Paul Stanley. Saves (GA): (G) Andrew Barter 11 (8); (W&L) Scott Jackson 17 (7). Shots: GC 38-33 Faceoffs: GC 12-7 Ground Balls: GC 44-41 Penalties: W&L 4 for 4:00; Gettysburg 0 for 0:00 Extra Man Offense: W&L 0 for 0; Gettysburg 0 for 3 Clears: W&L 22 of 30; Gettysburg 17 of 27
Cortland State 12, W&L 11 March 8, 1998 -- Charlottesville, Va. Freshman Jim Cianfrocca scored four goals and Cortland State held off a late Washington and Lee rally to defeat the Generals 12-11 in a game played at the University of Virginia's artificial turf field. The 17th-ranked Red Dragons are now 1-0 while ninth-ranked W&L falls to 3-1. Cortland took an 8-5 lead midway through the third quarter, but W&L scored three straight goals to tie the game 8-8 entering the final quarter. Cortland regained a three goal lead at 11-8 after a score by freshman Chris Daley with six and a half minutes to play, but W&L freshman midfielder Pope Hackney scored two goals in less than a minute to cut the lead to 11-10. Cianfrocca scored his fourth goal of game to put Cortland up 12-10, but W&L cut the margin to one again on a goal by freshman attackman Matt Dugan. In the final minute W&L had two great opportunities to send the game into overtime, but Cortland goalie George Breres saved a shot from close range and a W&L shot hit the crossbar with one second to play. Breres made 16 saves as the Generals outshot Cortland 50-25. Hackney led W&L's offense with three goals and Dugan had two goals and two assists. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Cortland St. 4 2 2 4 -12 Washington & Lee 4 0 4 3 -11 Goals: (C) Jim Cianfrocca 4, Chris Daley 2, Dan Devine, Brian Gates, Rob Odom, Brian Amato, Dennis Pupke, Bo Flynn; (W&L) Pope Hackney 3, Matt Dugan 2, Paul Stanley 2, Ben Lucas, Ed Dougherty, Colin Dougherty, Tom Burke. Assists: (C) Dennis Pupke, Frank Smith; (W&L) Matt Dugan 2, Ben Lucas. Saves (GA): (C) George Breres 16 (11); (W&L) Dan Grattan 8 (12). Shots: W&L 50-25 Faceoffs: W&L 17-10 Ground Balls: W&L 43-27 Penalties: W&L 2 for 1:30; Cortland 7 for 4:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 7; Cortland 2 for 2 Clears: W&L 16 of 20; Cortland 17 for 32
W&L 10, Lynchburg 6 March 4, 1998 -- Lynchburg, Va. Washington and Lee ovecame a slow start to defeat Lynchburg 10-6 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game on Wednesday afternoon. The 9th-ranked Generals are now 3-0 overall and 3-0 in the ODAC while Lynchburg fell to 0-2, 0-1. W&L trailed 2-0 after one quarter, but then held the Hornets scoreless for the next 20 plus minutes to open up a 6-2 lead early in the second half. W&L stretched the lead to 10-3 before the Hornets scored three times in the final six and a half minutes. Senior midfielder Ed Dougherty (Evanston, Ill./Loyola Academy) and sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) paced the W&L offense with three goals each. Ed scored two goals in the second quarter to help W&L gain the lead and Colin scored all three of his goals in the third quarter as the Generals took control of the game. W&L sophomore goalie Dan Grattan (Vienna, Va./Marshall) made a career-high 10 saves to pick up the victory. Lynchburg was led by junior midfielder Pat McAdams (Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle) with two fourth quarter goals. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington & Lee 0 4 5 1 -10 Lynchburg 2 0 1 3 -6 Goals: (W&L) Ed Dougherty 3, Colin Dougherty 3, Tom Fallace, Ben Lucas, Pope Hackney, Matt Dugan; (LC) Pat McAdams 2, Steve Schaaff, Lee Whitfield, Steven Blewett, Russell Sliger. Assists: (W&L) Matt Dugan 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Pope Hackney; (LC) Stephen Morris, Josh Paris. Saves (GA): (W&L) Dan Grattan 10 (6); (LC) Marty Jackovics 9 (10). Shots: W&L 34-23 Faceoffs: W&L 13-6 Ground Balls: W&L 67-50 Penalties: W&L 7 for 4:30; LC 4 for 2:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 1 for 4; LC 0 for 6 Clears: W&L 15 of 19; LC 19 of 30
W&L 21, Virginia Wesleyan 9 February 28, 1998 -- Lexington, Va. Senior midfielder Ed Dougherty (Evanston, Ill./Loyola Academy) and sophomore attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) each scored five goals to lead Washington and Lee past Virginia Wesleyan 21-9 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game on Saturday. The Generals (2-0, 2-0 ODAC) took command of the game by scoring 10 goals in the second quarter for the second straight game. After freshman Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) scored to give W&L a 6-3 lead, the Marlins (0-1, 0-1 ODAC) scored three straight goals to tie the game 6-6 with 7:42 remaining in the first half. W&L then ripped off four goals in a span of just 74 seconds and scored 11 unanswered goals until the Marlins ended a 21 minute scoring drought late in the third quarter. Junior attackman Scott Chandler (Jamesville, N.Y./Jamesville-DeWitt) led the Marlins with three goals and two assists and senior midfielder Tom Lewis (Farmington, N.Y./Canadaigua) added two goals and three assists. Helping W&L offensively were senior midfielder Paul Stanley (Darien, Conn./Darien) with three goals and freshman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.Y./Mountain Lakes) with two goals and three assists. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Va. Wesleyan (0-1) 3 3 1 2 -9 Washington and Lee (2-0) 2 10 6 3 -21 W&L Goals: Ed Dougherty 5, Colin Dougherty 5, Paul Stanley 3, Tom Burke 2, Matt Dugan 2, Chris Brown 2, Pope Hackney, Ben Lucas. Va. Wesleyan Goals: Scott Chandler 3, Tom Lewis 2, Pete Derby 2, Art Hamilton, Lance Conant. W&L Assists: Bernie Norton 4, Matt Dugan 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Johnny Gilman 2, Pope Hackney, Tom Fallace, Tom Super. Va. Wesleyan Assists: Tom Lewis 3, Scott Chandler 2, Jon Trullender. W&L Saves (GA): Dan Grattan 8 (9) Va. Wesleyan Saves (GA): Drew Clark 15 (21) Shots: W&L 49-30 Faceoffs: W&L 22-10 Ground Balls: W&L 55-39 Penalties: W&L 5 for 4:30; VWC 8 for 7:30 Extra Man Offense: W&L 5 for 7; VWC 1 for 5 Clears: W&L 13 of 17; VWC 11 of 19
W&L 23, Guilford 1 February 25, 1998 -- Greensboro, N.C. Washington and Lee's freshmen combined to score 14 goals as the Generals rolled past Guilford 23-1 in the men's lacrosse opener for both teams. W&L (1-0, 1-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference) is ranked 11th in the Faceoff Magazine preseason Division III poll. Guilford (0-1, 0-1) scored just 37 seconds into the game to take a 1-0 lead, but W&L freshman midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) answered just eight seconds later and the Generals held the Quakers scoreless for the final 59 plus minutes. Freshman attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) led the team with six points on three goals and three assists. Classmates Hackney, Ben Lucas (Glen Arm, Md./Gilman) and Tom Burke (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) added three goals each. Sophomore goalie Dan Grattan (Vienna, Va./George C. Marshall) made three saves while allowing just one goal to earn the victory in his first career start. Senior Scott Jackson (Cortland, N.Y./Cortland) and freshman Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) combined to blank the Quakers in the second half. AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington & Lee 5 10 3 5 -23 Guilford 1 0 0 0 -1 W&L Goals: Tom Burke 3, Pope Hackney 3, Ben Lucas 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan 3, Paul Stanley 2, Chris Brown, Ed Dougherty, Tom Fallace, Pete Iwancio, Zeb Mellett, Greg Meyers, Bernie Norton, Tom Super. Guilford Goals: Colin Smith. W&L Assists: Matt Dugan 3, Chris Brown, Colin Dougherty, Ed Dougherty, Tom Fallace, Andy Jones, Bernie Norton, Paul Stanley. Guilford Assists: Ted Long. W&L Saves (GA): Dan Grattan 3 (1), Scott Jackson 2 (0), Wes Hays 2 (0). Guilford Saves (GA): Anthony Roman 15 (23) Shots: W&L 45-14 Faceoffs: Tied 14-14 Ground Balls: W&L 60-41 Penalties: W&L 8 for 5; GC 7 for 6 Extra Man Offense: W&L 3 for 7; GC 0 for 8 Clears: W&L 24 of 28; GC 12 of 38
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