#15 Captains Get Past Shoremen, 11-10, in Triple Overtime

#15 Captains Get Past Shoremen, 11-10, in Triple Overtime

Del Rosario Makes 22 Saves in Loss for Shoremen

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Dylan Rice scored the game-winning goal with three seconds left in the third overtime to give 15th-ranked Christopher Newport an 11-10 non-conference men's lacrosse win over visiting Washington College tonight in Newport News, Va.

#15 Christopher Newport 11, Washington College 10 (3OT)

How It Happened
- Lucas Barry opened the scoring for the Captains with a goal with 8:41 left in the first quarter. The Shoremen responded with three unanswered goals, capped off by a Sean Reilly goal off a Cooper Sloan assist with 5:34 to go for a 3-1 Washington lead.
- The Captains scored the final four goals of the half, including the only two goals of the second quarter, to take a 5-3 lead on a Barry goal off a Brady Altobello assist with 4:44 remaining in the quarter.
- Barry opened the third-quarter scoring with an extra-man goal off an Alex Horgan assist 1:45 into the period for a 6-3 Captains advantage, extending the Christopher Newport run to five straight goals. That run would up growing to seven unanswered goals as a Glenn Doering tally boosted the lead to 8-3 with 9:41 left in the third.
- Reilly got the Shoremen back on the board 26 seconds later and JP Crowley followed with an extra-man goal off a Cody Pascale assist 42 seconds after that to cut the lead down to three at 8-5. Casey Grieves made it three straight goals for the Shoremen when he scored off another Pascale assist with 6:11 to play in the third, pulling Washington to within a pair of goals at 8-6.
- Altobello put an end to the Shoremen's three-goal run when he found the back of the net off a Rice assist with 3:21 left in the third for a 9-6 Captains advantage. Altobello then returned the favor, assisting on a goal by Rice with 1:48 remaining in the third as the lead moved back to four. The Shoremen got one goal back before the end of third as Quinn Willis scored with 17 seconds left as the game headed into the fourth with Christopher Newport ahead, 10-7.
- Sloan scored off a Kevin Wilson assist for the Shoremen with 12:29 to play in the fourth, getting them back to within a pair of goals at 10-8. Reilly then scored with 9:21 left to make it a one-goal game at 10-9.
- Sloan scored the game-tying goal for the Shoremen with 37 seconds left following a Washington timeout, evening the score at 10-10. Washington won the ensuing face-off, but Rice caused a turnover and scooped up the ground ball for the Captains, who called a timeout of their own with 22 seconds to go in regulation. Christopher Newport got one final shot on goal before the end of regulation but Will Stockhausen's shot was saved by Chris Del Rosario as the game headed into overtime.
- The Shoremen won the face-off to open the first overtime period, but came up empty on two shots in the ensuing possession. The Captains' only shot of the first overtime period came from Barry and was saved by Del Rosario with 38 seconds left.
- Grieves had a shot saved by Christopher Newport goalie Scott McAneney with 3:40 left in the second overtime and Rice shot one high for the Captains with 2:55 showing. Rice had a shot saved by Del Rosario with 2:11 left and Grieves fired the final shot of the period wide for the Shoremen with two seconds to go.
- Nick Boyles had a shot for the Shoremen saved by McAneney with 3:40 left in the third overtime and Miles Collins had one for the Captains saved by Del Rosario a few seconds later. A shot by Rice was blocked with 2:52 to go and one by Collins hit the post with 2:00 left. Joe Tobin then sent a shot wide for the Shoremen with 1:49 to play. Stockhausen sent a shot high for the Captains with 1:13 left. After a Shoremen turnover with a little over 40 seconds left, the Captains held the ball until Rice scored the game-winner off a Jordan Lee feed.

For the Shoremen (2-3)
- Scoring Leaders: Sloan (2 goals, 2 assists); Reilly (3 goals); Grieves (2 goals), Pascale (2 assists)
- In Goal: Del Rosario (22 saves, 11 goals allowed, 71:57)
- Lawrence Park went 14-for-22 on face-offs for the Shoremen in the loss.  

For Christopher Newport (5-2)
- Scoring Leaders: Barry (3 goals, 2 assists); Rice (3 goals, assist); Altobello (2 goals, 2 assists); Stockhausen (2 goals); Horgan (2 assists)
- In Goal: McAneney (14 saves, 10 goals allowed, 71:57)
- The Captains held a 65-35 advantage in shots in the game. 

- This was the Shoremen's first triple-overtime game since a 9-8 loss at Dickinson on April 11th, 2009. 

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