1999 W&L Men's Lacrosse Summaries

1999 Washington and Lee Men's Lacrosse Summaries


W&L 15, Randolph-Macon 2; May 5, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) racked up eight points on three goals and five assists to lead the second-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 15-2 win over Randolph-Macon in the regular season finale for both teams on Wednesday afternoon.

The Generals (13-1, 6-0) took a quick 2-0 lead with 5:55 remaining in the opening quarter as Dugan scored a goal and assisted on one by junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola). The Yellow Jackets (9-6, 1-5) retaliated on a goal by senior attackman Mike Smith (Baltimore, Md./Boys' Latin) off an assist from senior attackman Dan Carver (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron) with 3:41 left in the first quarter to cut the W&L lead to 2-1.

However, it would be all W&L after that point as the Generals rolled off 13 consecutive goals to assume a 15-1 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Sophomore midfielder Hugh Purvis (Towson, Md./Calvert Hall) added the game's final tally with 5:03 remaining in the game to produce the final score of 15-2.

Dougherty totaled four goals and an assist, while junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) added three goals to join Dugan as the Generals' leading scorers.

Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) made five saves in goal for W&L, while Brett Reichhart (Fallston, Md./Fallston) recorded five saves in goal for Randolph-Macon. Both were spelled in the fourth quarter.

The Generals will now wait to see where they will be seeded for the NCAA Tournament. Seedings will be revealed on Sunday evening at 7:00 on Home Team Sports. The opening round of the tournament will occur on May 12, with the quarterfinals taking place on May 15 and the semifinals on May 22 at home sites. The championship will be on May 30 at the University of Maryland, College Park.

AGATE: Score by Quarters Washington and Lee (13-1) 4 4 7 0 15 Randolph-Macon (9-6) 1 0 0 1 2

W&L GOALS: Colin Dougherty 4, Matt Dugan 3, Chris Brown 3, Bernie Norton 2, Tom Burke 1, Pope Hackney 1, Greg Meyers 1. W&L ASSISTS: Matt Dugan 5, Andrew Barnett 1, Colin Dougherty 1, Pope Hackney 1, Mike O'Neill 1, Bernie Norton 1. R-MC GOALS: Hugh Purvis 1, Mike Smith 1. R-MC ASSISTS: Dan Carver 1. Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 48:11 1 5 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 11:49 1 1 -- Brett Reichhart (R-MC) 45 15 5 L Matt Loda (R-MC) 15 0 4 --

W&L R-MC 41 Shots 13 15 Faceoffs 5 42 Ground Balls 32 6 for 5:00 Penalties 7 for 7:00 3 for 7 Extra Man Offense 2 for 6 15 of 16 Clears 9 of 23 Att: 265


W&L 9, VMI 3; May 1, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore midfielder Bernie Norton (Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall) tallied two goals and two assists and fellow classmate Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) scored four goals to help lead Division III Washington and Lee past Division I Virginia Military Institute, 9-3, in the Lee-Jackson Lacrosse Classic. The win was W&L's 11th in a row in the battle of Lexington.

The Generals (12-1) took an early 2-0 lead off a pair of goals by Dugan and upped their advantage to 3-0 on a goal by junior midfielder Andrew Jones (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua Academy) with 5:06 remaining in the opening quarter.

VMI (5-9) then answered with 11:49 remaining in the first half as senior attackman Mason Ayers (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) scored an unassisted goal to make the score 3-1. Norton then closed out the opening half with a pair of goals in the final 3:56 to make the score 5-1 at the half.

VMI junior attackman Matt Gallienne (Richmond, Va./Collegiate School) and senior midfielder Tony Saraceni (Baldwinsville, N.Y./C.W. Baker) sandwiched goals around another tally by Dugan to cut the Generals lead to 6-3 with 5:16 remaining in the third quarter, but the Generals would tack on three insurance goals in the fourth stanza to walk away with the 9-3 victory.

The 12 total goals were the lowest in the 12-year history of the Lee-Jackson Classic.

Norton and Keydet goalie Cregg Burns (Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brother's Academy) were recipients of the Worrell-Fallon Award, an honor bestowed upon the most valuable player for each team. Burns made 11 saves in goal for VMI.

Sophomore goalie Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) posted 10 saves in goal for the Generals.

AGATE: Score by Quarters Washington and Lee (12-1) 3 2 1 3 9 Virginia Military (5-9) 0 1 2 0 3 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 4, Bernie Norton 2, Colin Dougherty 1, Andrew Jones 1, Greg Meyers 1. W&L ASSISTS: Bernie Norton 2, Colin Dougherty 1, Pope Hackney 1. VMI GOALS: Mason Ayers 1, Matt Gallienne 1, Tony Saraceni 1. VMI ASSISTS: Mason Ayers 1. Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 60 3 10 W Cregg Burns (VMI) 60 9 11 L

W&L VMI 36 Shots 22 7 Faceoffs 8 40 Ground Balls 39 6 for 4:00 Penalties 5 for 4:00 2 for 5 Extra Man Offense 0 for 6 16 of 16 Clears 15 of 18 Att: 4,650


W&L 9, Hampden-Sydney 6; April 24, 1999 -- Hampden-Sydney, Va.

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. -- Second-ranked Washington and Lee recovered from a second quarter three-goal deficit to record a 9-6 win at 10th-ranked Hampden-Sydney in ODAC men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon. The win was the 10th in a row for W&L (nation's longest winning streak) and clinched the 1999 ODAC men's lacrosse title, their first since the 1995 season.

The Tigers (10-3, 5-1) scored a pair of goals just 15 seconds apart to take a 2-0 lead with 33 seconds remaining in the opening quarter. However, W&L would get on the board with 7:40 remaining in the second quarter as sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) scored an unassisted goal to make the score 2-1. The Tigers then pushed their advantage to 4-1 as senior midfielder Doug Palmer (Vienna, Va./James Madison) notched an unassisted goal with 3:45 remaining until the half. It was the Generals' largest deficit of the season. Sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) scored off an assist from sophomore midfielder Bernie Norton (Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall) with 2:35 remaining in the second quarter to send the Generals into the half down 4-2.

As has been the case all year, W&L (11-1, 5-0) assumed control of the contest in the third quarter as junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) single-handedly outscored the Tigers 4-0 in the period to give the Generals a 6-4 lead going into the final period. With 7:48 remaining in the fourth quarter, Brown scored his fifth goal in a row to give W&L a 7-4 lead that they would not relinquish.

Hampden-Sydney would add a pair of goals late, but Brown scored his sixth goal of the game with 1:04 remaining to give W&L the 9-6 win and the ODAC crown.

Junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) also had a fine day for the Generals, totaling one goal and three assists, while freshman midfielder Andrew Barnett (Darien, Conn./Darien) and Norton each tallied a pair of assists. Sophomore goalie Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) made 10 big saves in goal as well.

AGATE: Score by Quarters Washington and Lee (11-1) 0 2 4 3 9 Hampden-Sydney (10-3) 2 2 0 2 6 W&L GOALS: Chris Brown 6, Colin Dougherty 1, Matt Dugan 1, Pope Hackney 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Colin Dougherty 3, Andrew Barnett 2, Bernie Norton 2, Greg Meyers 1.
H-SC GOALS: Scott Claiborne 2, John Neely 2, Doug Palmer 2.
H-SC ASSISTS: Randy Ashton 1, Russell Carter 1, Gibson Luck 1.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 60 6 10 W Scott Ketcham (H-SC) 60 9 6 L

W&L HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 21 Shots 30 7 Faceoffs 11 29 Ground Balls 25 0 for 0:00 Penalties 1 for 0:30 1 for 1 Extra Man Offense 0 for 0 14 of 16 Clears 12 of 12


W&L 15, Virginia Wesleyan 5 April 18, 1999 -- Norfolk, Va.

NORFOLK, Va. -- Sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J/ Mountain Lakes) set career-highs in goals (7) and total points (11) in a game, leading the second-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team (10-1, 4-0 ODAC) to a 15-5 win at 15th-ranked Virginia Wesleyan (7-4, 3-3 ODAC) on Sunday afternoon. The victory was the ninth consecutive for the Generals.

W&L jumped out to a 5-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 10-0 lead with 1:54 left in the second quarter, cruising to an 11-1 halftime lead and the 10-goal victory. VWC did not score until 1:09 remained in the first half.

The Generals were led in scoring by Dugan. His seven goals ties him for the second best goal-scoring performance in W&L history. It also moves him into a sixth place tie for goals scored in a W&L season (47). Junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./ Loyola) also had a big day with four goals and two assists, while junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./ Towson) chipped in with three goals and an assist.

Sophomore goalkeeper Wes Hays (Towson, Md./ Loyola) made nine saves in 53 minutes, while junior Dan Grattan (Vienna, Va./ George C. Marshall) made two saves.

AGATE: Score by Quarters Washington and Lee (10-1) 5 6 1 3 15 Virginia Wesleyan (7-4) 0 1 1 3 5 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 7, Colin Dougherty 4, Chris Brown 3, Andrew Barnett 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Matt Dugan 4, Colin Dougherty 2, Bernie Norton 2, Chris Brown 1.
VWC GOALS: Brian Fox 1, Derrick Quillen 1, Bill Nase 1, Art Hamilton 1, Bill Lingo 1.
VWC ASSISTS: Brian Fox 3, Trevor Spiers 1.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 53 3 9 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 7 2 2 -- Andrew Clark (VWC) 60 15 11 L W&L VA. WESLEYAN 48 Shots 24 17 Faceoffs 5 36 Ground Balls 23 6 for 7:00 Penalties 6 for 5:30 3 for 6 Extra Man Offense 0 for 6 20 of 23 Clears 19 of 26


W&L 20, Western Maryland 8 April 14, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) scored a career-high five goals in helping second-ranked Washington and Lee to a 20-8 win over Western Maryland. The Generals have now won eight games in a row.

The Green Terror (2-7) opened the scoring as sophomore midfielder Brett Sweeney (Springfield, Pa./Springfield) scored off an assist from freshman attackman Tom Brown (Laurel, Md./Hammond) just 1:33 into the game. However, the Generals (9-1) assumed a 2-1 advantage with 4:55 left in the first quarter on goals by Hackney and junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson). Western Maryland then struck back to knot the score at 2-2 on a goal by senior midfielder Jeremy Kober (Bedford, N.Y./Fox Lane) off an assist from junior defenseman Gaelen Cross (Sykesville, Md./Liberty), but the Generals added two more goals before the end of the period to take a 4-2 lead that would grow to 12-5 at the half.

W&L kept the pressure on in the second half, outscoring the Green Terror 8-3 the rest of the way to post the 12-goal victory.

Brown joined Hackney with five points (4 goals, 1 assist) on the day as did sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes), who tallied two goals and three assists. Junior midfielder Greg Meyers (Riverside, Conn./Greenwich) and sophomore midfielder Bernie Norton (Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall) added three goals each for the Generals.

Western Maryland was paced by junior midfielder Tom Caldwell (Unionville, Pa./Unionville), who scored three goals and Brown, who totaled one goal and two assists.

AGATE Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee (9-1) 4 8 4 4 20 Western Maryland (2-7) 2 3 2 1 8 W&L GOALS: Pope Hackney 5, Chris Brown 4, Greg Meyers 3, Bernie Norton 3, Matt Dugan 2, Colin Dougherty 1, Scott Link 1, Tom Super 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Matt Dugan 3, Steve Birdsall 1, Chris Brown 1.
WMC GOALS: Tom Caldwell 3, Tom Brown 1, Gaelen Cross 1, Jeremy Kober 1, Dave Riley 1, Brett Sweeney 1.
WMC ASSISTS: Tom Brown 2, Joe Alex 1, Gaelen Cross 1.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 45 7 6 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 15 1 2 -- Bob Bennett (WMC) 60 20 15 L W&L W. MARYLAND 54 Shots 28 17 Faceoffs 15 60 Ground Balls 47 5 for 4:00 Penalties 4 for 3:00 2 for 4 Extra Man Offense 0 for 5 23 of 24 Clears 14 of 25 Attendance: 85


W&L 15, Goucher 5 April 11, 1999 -- Baltimore, Md.

BALTIMORE, Md. -- Leading just 5-3 at halftime, the second-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team exploded for six goals in the third period to post an 11-4 lead going into the fourth quarter in recording a 15-5 win over Goucher (3-9) on Sunday afternoon.

Sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) led the Generals' attack with six goals and one assist. Four of his goals came in the decisive third period. Junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) notched three goals and four assists, while junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) scored three goals and sophomore midfielder Bernie Norton (Timonium, md./Calvert Hall) tallied a goal and two assists.

Jed Cestaro led Goucher with two goals and one assist and Brad Brache totaled one goal and two assists.

W&L (8-1) outshot the Gophers 58-16 and held a 56-35 edge in ground balls.

AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee (8-1) 2 3 6 4 15 Goucher College (3-9) 1 2 1 1 5 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 6, Colin Dougherty 3, Chris Brown 3, Tom Burke 1, Bernie Norton 1, John Moore 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Colin Dougherty 4, Bernie Norton 2, Matt Dugan 1, Pope Hackney 1, Tom Super 1.
GOUCHER GOALS: Jed Cestaro 2, Brad Brache 1, Qadir Stern 1, Tim Asher 1.
GOUCHER ASSISTS: Brad Brache 2, Jed Cestaro 1, Phil Anthony 1.
Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 45 4 1 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 15 1 3 -- Mike Amash (GC) 52:12 14 19 L Joe Marchiano (GC) 7:48 1 4 -- W&L GOUCHER 58 Shots 16 17 Faceoffs 5 56 Ground Balls 35 10 for 8:30 Penalties 4 for 3:30 1 for 4 Extra Man Offense 4 for 10 8 of 10 Clears 9 of 19 Attendance: 115


W&L 23, Guilford 1 March 31, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Nine different Washington and Lee players scored goals to help lead the third-ranked Generals to a 23-1 victory over Guilford in ODAC men's lacrosse action on Wednesday afternoon at Wilson Field. The win was the 100th in the career of W&L head coach Jim Stagnitta (100-38). He is now just nine wins from becoming the winningest coach in the history of W&L men's lacrosse.

Guilford got on the scoreboard first as junior midfielder Dusty Ollerhead (Towson, Md./Towson) scored off an assist from sophomore midfielder Jason Gauthier (Kernersville, N.C./Skaneateles) with 9:34 remaining in the first quarter to make the score 1-0 in favor of the Quakers (5-5, 0-3).

However, W&L (7-1, 3-0) would hold Guilford scoreless for the remainder of the game in walking away with its sixth-straight win.

Sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) and junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) led the Generals with four goals each. Junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) collected three goals and two assists.

AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee (7-1) 5 8 8 2 23 Guilford College (5-5) 1 0 0 0 1 W&L GOALS: Chris Brown 4, Matt Dugan 4, Tom Burke 3, Colin Dougherty 3, Greg Meyers 3, John Moore 3, Steve Birdsall 1, Pope Hackney 1, Bernie Norton 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Colin Dougherty 2, Pope Hackney 2, Matt Dugan 1, Andrew Jones 1, Scott Link 1, John Moore 1, Bernie Norton 1, Grant Sharp 1.
GUILFORD GOALS: Dusty Ollerhead 1.
GUILFORD ASSISTS: Jason Gauthier 1.
Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 30 1 1 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 18:49 0 2 -- Mike Wienick (W&L) 11:11 0 0 -- Anthony Roman (GC) 47:33 21 19 L Jason Capen (GC) 12:27 2 1 -- W&L GUILFORD 73 Shots 7 26 Faceoffs 4 65 Ground Balls 21 2 for 1:00 Penalties 6 for 5:30 2 for 6 Extra Man Offense 0 for 2 8 of 8 Clears 4 of 30 Attendance: 145


W&L 11, Roanoke 5 March 27, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Five different players scored goals for third-ranked Washington and Lee as the Generals defeated Roanoke 11-5 in ODAC men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field. The six-goal margin of victory was the largest by either team in the series since the 1989 season.

W&L assumed a 1-0 lead with 6:35 remaining in the opening quarter as sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) scored an unassisted goal. The Maroons (2-5, 1-1) struck back just 1:30 later as senior midfielder Brian Fleming (Summit, N.J./Summit) scored off an assist by sophomore attackman Ryan Kamerdin (South Salem, N.Y./John Jay) to make it 1-1. The Generals (6-1, 2-0) then took another lead at 2-1 with :32 remaining in the first quarter on an unassisted goal by sophomore attckman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes). However, the Maroons would again tie the game at 2-2 on a goal by junior attackman Ed Dover (Towson, Md./Towson) off an assist from Fleming.

W&L then took the lead back for good on an unassisted goal by junior midfielder Greg Meyers (Riverside, Conn./Greenwich) with 10:35 left in the second quarter as the Generals rolled to the win.

Dugan paced W&L in scoring with four goals and Hackney, sophomore midfielder Bernie Norton (Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall), and junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) scored two goals each. Sophomore goalie Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) made seven saves in goal.

Roanoke was led by junior midfielder Dimitri Cafuoco (Islip, N.Y./Islip), who scored two goals. Senior goalie Evan Kaplow (Chappaqua, N.Y./Horace Greeley) made 11 saves for the Maroons.

AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee (6-1) 2 3 3 3 11 Roanoke College (2-5) 1 2 2 0 5 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 4, Colin Dougherty 2, Pope Hackney 2, Bernie Norton 2, Greg Meyers 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Chris Brown 1, Andrew Jones 1, Scott Link 1.
ROANOKE GOALS: Dimitri Cafuoco 2, Ed Dover 1, Jeb Burrows III 1, Brian Fleming 1.
ROANOKE ASSISTS: Jeb Burrows III 1, Brian Fleming 1, Ryan Kamerdin 1, Bobby Vallario 1.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 60 5 7 W Evan Kaplow (RC) 60 11 11 L W&L ROANOKE 38 Shots 15 13 Faceoffs 7 43 Ground Balls 22 3 for 3:00 Penalties 4 for 4:30 2 for 4 Extra Man Offense 2 for 3 17 of 21 Clears 14 of 21 Attendance: 780


W&L 19, Lynchburg 5 March 24, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Third-ranked Washington and Lee overcame a 2-0 deficit just 2:19 into the game to post a 19-5 win over 11th-ranked Lynchburg in the Generals ODAC-opener on Wednesday afternoon at Wilson Field.

Following the two Hornet scores, the Generals scored eight unanswered goals, three by sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) to take an 8-2 lead with 5:42 remaining before the half. Lynchburg (5-1, 1-1) registered their third goal of the game on an unassisted tally by junior midfielder Steven Blewett (Austin, Texas/Westwood) with six seconds remaining before the half to make it 8-3 at the intermission.

The Generals (5-1, 1-0) then outscored the Hornets 7-1 in the third period to cruise to the 14-goal win.

Dugan led W&L in scoring with five goals and one assist and junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) tallied five goals. Sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's) notched three goals and one assist and junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) registered one goal and four assists. Sophomore Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) notched eight saves in goal.

Lynchburg was led by senior midfielder Pat McAdams (Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle), who scored three goals. Senior goalie Marty Jakovics (Towson, Md./Calvert Hall) made 10 saves in goal for the Hornets.

AGATE:
W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 5, Chris Brown 5, Tom Burke 3, Pope Hackney 3, Bernie Norton 2, Colin Dougherty 1. W&L ASSISTS: Colin Dougherty 4, Matt Dugan 1, Pope Hackney 1, Bernie Norton 1. LYNCHBURG GOALS: Pat McAdams 3, Steve Blewett 1, Russ Sliger 1. LYNCHBURG ASSISTS: Steve Blewett 1, Russ Sliger 1. Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 60 5 8 W Marty Jakovics (LC) 58:24 18 10 L Mark Lynch (LC) 1:36 1 1 -- W&L LYNCHBURG 39 Shots 16 16 Faceoffs 12 47 Ground Balls 25 5 for 3:30 Penalties 3 for 2:00 2 for 3 Extra Man Opportunities 1 for 5 16 of 18 Clears 10 of 20

Attendance: 350


W&L will be in action again on Saturday when it hosts Roanoke in a 2:00 pm contest.

W&L 18, Franklin & Marshall 2 March 20, 1999 -- Lexington, Va.

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Third-ranked Washington and Lee scored three goals in the opening 1:32 of the game and led 5-0 with 3:41 remaining in the first quarter in cruising to an 18-2 win over Franklin & Marshall in men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.

Seven different Generals (4-1) scored in the game led by sophomore attackman Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes), who tallied five goals and two assists. He was followed by sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's), who totaled four goals and a pair of assists. Junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) had three goals and two assists and junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) amassed two goals and two assists.

Franklin & Marshall's goals were scored by sophomore midfielder Kevin Milota (Montgomery Village, Md./Watkins Mill) and freshman attackman Bryan Kobel (Franklin Lakes, N.J./Don Bosco).

Sophomore goalie Bob Michel (Baltimore, Md./Friends) made 15 saves in goal for the Diplomats (2-3), while sophomore Wes Hays (Towson, Md./Loyola) and junior Dan Grattan (Vienna, Va./Marshall) combined for eight saves in goal for the Generals.

AGATE:
W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 5, Pope Hackney 4, Chris Brown 3, Steve Birdsall 2, Colin Dougherty 2, Tom Burke 1, Bernie Norton 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Chris Brown 2, Colin Dougherty 2, Matt Dugan 2, Pope Hackney 2.
FRANKLIN & MARSHALL GOALS: Kevin Milota 1, Bryan Kobel 1.
FRANKLIN & MARSHALL ASSISTS: None.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 30 2 4 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 30 0 4 -- Bob Michel (F&M) 60 18 15 L W&L FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 51 Shots 13 18 Faceoffs 4 53 Ground Balls 29 3 for 2:30 Penalties 6 for 4:30 2 for 6 Extra Man Opportunities 0 for 3 19 of 25 Clears 17 of 23

Attendance: 420


W&L 24, Dickinson 2 March 17, 1999 -- Lexington, Va. LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore midfielder Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) continued his early season offensive assault with four goals and three assists to help lead third-ranked Washington and Lee to a 24-2 win over Dickinson on Wednesday afternoon at Wilson Field.

With the game tied at 1-1 with 10:01 remaining in the opening quarter, the Generals scored 13 consecutive goals over the next 14:23 to take a 13-1 lead with 10:38 remaining in the opening half. After a Dickinson goal with 8:31 remaining in the half made the score 14-2, W&L (3-1) scored the final 10 goals in coasting to the 22-goal win.

Junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) tallied five goals and one assist, while senior midfielder Steve Birdsall (Baltimore, Md./Loyola), sophomore midfielder Pope Hackney (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher's), and junior midfielder Greg Meyers (Riverside, Conn./Greenwich) each scored three goals for the Generals.

Junior midfielder Lou Sodano (Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham) totaled one goal and one assist to lead Dickinson (1-3).

AGATE:
W&L GOALS: Chris Brown 5, Matt Dugan 4, Steve Birdsall 3, Pope Hackney 3, Greg Meyers 3, John Moore 2, Andrew Barnett 1, Tom Burke 1, Colin Dougherty 1, Curt Gallagher 1.

W&L ASSISTS: Matt Dugan 3, Colin Dougherty 2, Andrew Barnett 1, Chris Brown 1, Tom Burke 1, Pope Hackney 1, Russell Hewit 1.

DICKINSON GOALS: Jason Childs 1, Lou Sodano 1.

DICKINSON ASSISTS: Dan Bevis 1, Lou Sodano 1.

Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 30 2 2 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 18:50 0 3 -- Kevin Johnston (W&L) 6:10 0 0 -- James Rankin (DC) 54:41 23 10 L Kyle Beeton (DC) 5:19 1 1 --

W&L DICKINSON 55 Shots 11 21 Faceoffs 8 55 Ground Balls 24 6 for 4:30 Penalties 2 for 2:00 1 for 2 Extra Man Opportunities 1 for 6 12 of 13 Clears 7 of 20

Attendance: 275


W&L 6, Gettysburg 4 March 13, 1999 -- Gettysburg, Pa. GETTYSBURG, Pa. -- Fifth-ranked Washington and Lee's defense allowed only three goals in the first 58 minutes of the game as the Generals won at fourth-ranked Gettysburg College (2-1), 6-4 in men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon.

Down 2-1 in the second quarter, W&L sophomore midfielder Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./ Mountain Lakes) scored with 10:24 left in the first half to tie the game at 2-2. The Generals (2-1) then took the lead with 9:27 left in the half, when junior attackman Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./ Loyola) scored on an assist from freshman midfielder Andrew Barnett (Darien, Conn./ Darien).

The Generals scored the only two goals of the third quarter to open up a 5-2 lead. Junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./ Towson) scored with 8:09 left in the quarter. Sophomore midfielder Ben Lucas (Glen Arm, Md./ Gilman) opened the W&L lead to 5-2, when he scored with 4:34 remaining in the quarter. Dugan assisted on both goals.

Junior midfielder Greg Meyers (Riverside, Conn./ Greenwich) added an insurance goal with 4:18 left in the game to give the Generals a 6-3 lead, as the Generals hung on to win, 6-4.

The Generals outshot the Bullets, 27-21.

W&L sophomore goalkeeper Wes Hays (Towson, Md./ Loyola) had eight saves on the day.

SCORING

W&L 1 2 2 1 -6 GETTYSBURG 1 2 0 1 -4 W&L - Dugan (1 goal, 2 assists), Pope Hackney (1 goal), Colin Dougherty (1 goal), Chris Brown (1 goal), Ben Lucas (1 goal), Greg Meyers (1 goal). GOALKEEPING

W&L - Wes Hays (4 goals, 8 saves, 12 shots)


Washington College 9, W&L 8 March 6, 1999 -- Chestertown, Md. CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- Washington and Lee (1-1) held leads of 3-0 and 8-6, but could not hold them as they fell at Washington College (1-0), the defending national champions, by a 9-8 score in men's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon.

W&L took a quick 3-0 lead, but the Shoremen tied the game at 5-5 at halftime. In the second half, W&L took an 8-6 lead. The Shoremen rallied again, as they scored the final three goals of the game. The final Washington goal was scored by senior attackman John Fuller, who scored with 6:55 left in the game to give the Shoremen the one-goal victory.

The Generals were led by sophomore midfielder Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./ Mountain Lakes) and junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./ Towson), who scored three goals each. Junior Colin Dougherty (Timonium, Md./Loyola) added two assists.

AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington College (1-0) 1 4 2 2 9 Washington and Lee (1-1) 3 2 3 0 8 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 3, Chris Brown 3, Pope Hackney 1, Tom Burke 1. W&L ASSISTS: Colin Dougherty 2, Bernie Norton 1. WASHINGTON GOALS: Andrew Greely 3, John Fuller 3, J.D. Radebaugh 1, Nick Nylund 1, Matt Swift 1. WASHINGTON ASSISTS: Justin McCarthy 4, Bill Grothmann 1, Scott McGilvray 1, Chris Biederbach 1. Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 60 9 18 L Ray Pagano (WC) 60 8 10 W W&L WASHINGTON 27 Shots 37 11 Faceoffs 10 25 Ground Balls 36 6 for 5:00 Penalties 5 for 2:30 2 for 5 Extra Man Offense 3 for 5 14 of 17 Clears 16 of 21 Attendance: 680


W&L 26, Cabrini 4 Feburary 27, 1999 -- Lexington, Va. LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore midfielder Matt Dugan (Rockaway, N.J./Mountain Lakes) amassed six goals and four assists and junior attackman Chris Brown (Towson, Md./Towson) totaled six goals and three assists to help lead the Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 26-4 victory over Cabrini College in the season-opener for both teams.

The Generals scored early and often, jumping out to a quick 3-0 lead with 8:42 remaining in the opening quarter. Cabrini then came charging back, scoring two goals in a span of 13 seconds to cut the Generals (1-0) lead to 3-2.

W&L then scored 10 consecutive goals, four by Dugan and three by Brown to post a 13-2 lead with 7:53 remaining in the first half. Cabrini (0-1) snapped the Generals streak when freshman midfielder Tom Lemieux (Port Jefferson, N.Y./Connsewogue) scored with 7:05 remaining in the half.

The Generals then went on another scoring streak, this time scoring 13 straight goals until the Cavaliers notched their fourth and final goal with 5:00 remaining in the game.

AGATE: Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Washington and Lee (1-0) 8 9 8 1 -26 Cabrini (0-1) 2 1 0 1 -4 W&L GOALS: Matt Dugan 6, Chris Brown 6, Pope Hackney 4, Bernie Norton 2, David Skeen 2, Grant Sharp 1, Andrew Jones 1, Curt Gallagher 1, Ben Lucas 1, Andrew Barnett 1, Greg Meyers 1. W&L ASSISTS: Matt Dugan 4, Chris Brown 3, Colin Dougherty 2, John Moore 2, Andrew Barnett 1, Tom Super 1, Greg Meyers 1, Andrew Jones 1. CABRINI GOALS: Joe McGowan 1, Paul Flohr 1, Tom Lemieux 1, Brian Bugey 1. CABRINI ASSISTS: Brendan Muller 1, Ryan Greer 1, Paul Flohr 1. Player (School) MINUTES GA Saves W/L/T Wes Hays (W&L) 30 3 4 W Dan Grattan (W&L) 15 0 1 -- Kevin Johnston (W&L) 15 1 3 -- Matt Clements (Cabrini) 60 26 13 L W&L CABRINI 49 Shots 15 21 Faceoffs 11 63 Ground Balls 33 6 for 5:30 Penalties 6 for 6:00 3 for 5 Extra Man Offense 2 for 5 15 of 17 Clears 9 of 15 Attendance: 355


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