Ospreys Overcome Shoremen, 16-11

Grieves Surpasses 100 Career Points in Loss

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Visiting Stockton University built a three-goal halftime lead en route to a 16-11 non-conference men's lacrosse win over host Washington College this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.

Stockton 16, Washington College 11

How It Happened
- The Ospreys scored the first two goals of the game before the Shoremen evened things up with a pair of goals of their own as Cody Pascale scooped up a ground ball and found the back of the net with 5:06 to play in the first quarter to even the score at 2-2. Stockton scored the next two goals to take a 4-2 lead after the first period after J.J. McKenna scored off an Erik Anderson assist with 2:36 to go.
- Neither team scored in the second quarter before Kevin Trapp found the back of the net off a Trey Ritter feed with 7:33 left to trim the Stockton lead to 4-3. The Ospreys countered with an Eric Ellis goal off an Eric D'Arminio feed 57 seconds later. Casey Grieves scored off a Zack Gorrasi assist for the Shoremen with 3:22 left to make it 5-4, but the Ospreys scored the final two goals of the half as Luc Swedlund scored off a Joey Tiernan assist with 49 seconds to go for a 7-4 lead at the intermission.
- The Shoremen scored the first two goals of the third quarter to trim the margin back down to a single goal following a Gorrasi extra-man goal off a Grieves assist with 10:31 showing, but that was as close as they would get. The Ospreys scored the next two goals and five of the final seven in the period to take a 12-8 lead on an Anderson tally with 2:21 to go in the quarter.
- Joey Tiernan opened the fourth-quarter scoring 1:23 into the period for a 13-8 Osprey lead. The Shoremen then scored three of the next four goals to get back within three thanks to a Gorrasi extra-man goal off a Trapp assist with 4:56 to play, but that's where the rally ended as Stockton tacked on two late goals to provide the final margin. A Grieves assist on a Sean Reilly goal with 10:23 to play provided Grieves with his 100th career point at Washington College.

For the Shoremen (2-2)
- Scoring Leaders: Gorrasi (3 goals, 2 assists); Ritter (2 goals, assist); Trapp (2 goals, assist); Grieves (goal, 2 assists); Reilly (goal, assist)
- In Goal: Chris Del Rosario (10 saves, 16 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Lawrence Park won 18 of 30 face-offs for the Shoremen and scooped up 13 ground balls. Kevin Wilson added five ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers.
- The Shoremen out-shot the Ospreys, 46-40, won 18 of the game's 31 face-offs, had a 44-37 advantage in ground balls, turned the ball over four fewer times than the Ospreys (16 to 20), had a higher clearing percentage (17-of-20 versus 21-of-28), and went a perfect 3-for-3 on extra-man situations to Stockton's 1-for-2.   

For Stockton (4-0)
- Scoring Leaders: Anderson (2 goals, 4 assists); Swedlund (4 goals); Ellis (2 goals, 2 assists); D'Arminio (2 goals, 2 assists); Tiernan (2 goals, assist); McKenna (2 goals)
- In Goal: Justin Ruiz (21 saves, 11 goals allowed, 60:00)

- Grieves has scored 65 goals and assisted on 35 others in three years with the Shoremen. He has 101 total career collegiate points as he notched one assist as a freshman at Hobart.
- Gorassi was named the Goose Nation TV Shoremen Player of the Game. 

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3/13 @ #16 Christopher Newport - 7 p.m.